2014 Developing Master Plan for Urban Regeneration of Mumbai, India
Mumbai in India, the center of trade, economic, and financial activities in Southeast Asia, accounts for 40% of production in Maharashtra State.
Rapid growth for the past 60 years in the city, though, caused various urban challenges due to poor physical and social infrastructure—Mumbai had high demand for industrial and urban infrastructure.
To develop the east side of Mumbai for balanced development and raise competitiveness of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR)
To revitalize Mumbai through regeneration of the inner city
To improve the quality of living by providing quality housing and urban environment
To strengthen a collaborative business relationship between Korea and India
The study contained the followings:
a comprehensive review on Mumbai (from industry, economy and population to land use, public finance, and infrastructure) with researches on the challenges and development potential of the city
a review of related plans and cases
selection of priority development areas
master plan development including strategies and tactics for the priority areas, spatial structure design, and sectoral, phased plans
implementation planning including reviews on feasibility and existing frameworks for improvement and financing plan.
Impacts and Benefits
The proposed master plan, redistributing urban benefits and population from Mumbai to MMR, will eventually improve industrial competitiveness of the city and help achieve the vision of Mumbai.
KRIHS suggested differentiated development strategies from previous strategies by global corporations.
The development models proposed in this study could help developing countries tackle their challenges they are facing.
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