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Pranav Ojha

Pranav Ojha "Development of Urban Planning in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-6 | Issue-4, June 2022, pp.1454-1564, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd50331.pdf

As per Global Liveability Index rankings released in 2019, by Economic Intelligence Unit, two major cities of India Delhi and Mumbai, found itself slipping in the rankings. It measures the living conditions in 140 cities. It is the direct result of Urban Planning and Development. Urban Planning is a professional way of developing urban areas by making physical plans and development regulations. Urban Planning is a combination of social, economic, environmental, and constructive efforts to make an urban dwelling a good, healthy place to live, work, and to move around. It was done to ease the negative physical and social effects on people that arose with the industrial revolution, particularly in urban areas. Urban local bodies or local governments implement urban development strategies. Urban Local Bodies are elected by the people. Planning and development for major cities and urban regions are done by urban/metropolitan/regional development authorities. These authorities are functionaries institutions under the state government. On the state government level, urban planning and development administration is administered by the State Town Planning Act and other relevant legal frameworks of each state. Currently, all states have ministries responsible for urban planning, urban development, housing, and governance. Spatial plans need to be accounted for to address issues on integrated land connectivity, landfills, urban drainage networks, land requirements, and a range of related urban complexities.Without spatial plans, it is extremely difficult to completely address the issues plaguing infrastructure in Indian cities.

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