PRE FEASIBILITY REPORT PROPOSED CONSCTRUCTION BUILDING PROJECT GUJARAT HOUSING BOARD

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1 PRE FEASIBILITY REPORT FOR PROPOSED CONSCTRUCTION BUILDING PROJECT ( SQ. M) BY GUJARAT HOUSING BOARD AFFORDABLE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING & COMMERCIAL PROJECT PACKAGE 23, PLOT NO. 61/1, 63/1 & 64, TARSAMIYA, LIG-2, BHAVNAGAR SITE-1 GUJARAT (M) E 1

2 INTODUCTION Environmental protection and sustainable development have been the cornerstones of the policies and procedures governing the industrial and other developmental activities in India. Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change has taken several policy initiatives and enacted environmental and pollution control legislations to prevent indiscriminate exploitation of natural resources and to promote integration of environmental concerns in developmental projects; one such initiative is the Notification on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of developmental projects issued on under the provisions of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, amended on & included for certain criteria s of construction projects including new townships, settlement colonies, commercial complexes, hospitals and office complexes to obtain environmental clearance. Further this notification was amended as Environmental Impact Assessment Notification S.O.1533 (E) of 14th September 2006 as amended Notification S.O.3067 (E) dated 1st December 2009 making mandatory for specified categories of developmental projects to obtain Environmental Clearance. As per the notification our project falls under 8(a) B2 category and hence applying for SEAC, Gujarat for Environmental Clearance for proposed Building and Construction Project. DETAIS OF THE PROJECT PROPONENT SR. NO. 1 DESCRIPTION DETAILS Name and Address of the Project Site: GUJARAT HOUSING BOARD Affordable residential Building & Commercial Project, Package 23, Plot No. 61/1, 63/1 & 64, Tarsamiya, LIG-2, Bhavnagar Site1, Gujarat M Office: GUJARAT HOUSING BOARD RAJKOT, 2

3 2 Project Developers 3 Project Consultant R. N. DOBARIYA, D 401, SARTHI DOCTOR HOUSE, HIRABAUG, VARACHHA ROAD, SURAT GUJARAT L. J. PURANI & ASSOCIATES 303. Gala Business Centre, St. Xaviours College Centre, Navarangpura, AHMEDABAD (M) , ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN The Environment Management Plan would consist of all mitigation measures for each item wise activity to be undertaken during the construction, operation and the entire life cycle to minimize adverse environmental impacts as a result of the activities of the project. It would also delineate the environmental monitoring plan for compliance of various environmental regulations. It will state the steps to be taken in case of emergency such as accidents at the site including fire. 1. Water Environment Construction Phase: The whole water requirement will be met through Navsari Nagarpalika water supply. Waste of water will be prevented as maximum by installing water meter. Operation Phase: Total sewage effluent shall be treated in STP and gray water shall reuse in flushing and black water shall use as gardening/plantation or shall drain in Navsari Nagar Palika after getting permission. Recharging well will be constructed to recharge the rain water to the ground. Good plumbing and piping system will be adopted to conserve the water. Water sprinkles from the garden and dripping system for the periphery green bet will be adopted to reduce the water requirement. 3

4 2. Air Environment Construction Phase Potential Impacts Mitigation Measures Dust Emission during construction Frequent water spraying on service activities like cleaning, excavation, roads and in construction area refilling and vehicular movement Vehicles delivering loose and fine materials like sand and fine aggregates shall be covered to reduce spills on roads. Operation Phase Potential Impact Emission from operations vehicular 3. Noise Environment Construction Phase Potential Impacts Mitigation Measures traffic in Adequate parking space to avoid unwanted traffic congestion Green belt to be provided with specific species to help to reduce air pollution. Mitigation Measures Noise emission from operation of Use of well maintained equipment construction equipment and vehicles fitted with silencers during site development Construction activity will be limited to day time hours only. Personnel protective equipment such as hand gloves, gum boot will be provided to the workers. Operation Phase Potential Impact Vehicular traffic & Machineries Mitigation Measures All the noise generating sources like pump & motors will be equipped with noise control measures Green belt will be developed to maintain the noise developed in the premises. 4

5 ANALYSIS OF THE PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project is proposed for low income people and based on no profit no loss base government initiate the project and issued grant for the project. This is one of the basic necessities of the common man. It generate direct and indirect income source. Yours Faithfully, For, EXECUTIVE ENGINEE AUTHORISED SIGNATORY 5

6 Project Description: Residential & Commercial Building Project AREA STATEMENT Net Plot Area m2 Built up Area m2 FSI 3.0 times of NP m2 FSI Area used Nos. of Blocks m2 15 Blocks Type of Building Nos. of Flats Nos. of Shops Total Parking Area Required As per GDCR Total Parking Area Proposed As per GDCR Common Plot Area Required As per 8% Common Plot Area Proposed As per GDCR Area for Thick Plantation Area Required as per 8% Area for Thick Plantation Area Proposed No. of Trees Planning Percolation Well Proposed Community Bin H.P units 47 units m2 (Residential) m2 (Commercial) = m m2 (H.P. Residential) m2 (Commercial) = m m m m m2 246 Nos. 5 Nos. 77 Res.+ 3 com. 6

7 ANNEXURE II WATER AND WASTEWATER DETAILS Water and Wastewater Details (Operation Phase) Source: Bhavnagar Municipal Corporation (BMC) Sr. Purpose No. 1 Water Wastewater Consumption Generation (KL/day) (KL/day) Remarks Domestic 840 Residential units x 6 person x 135 Lit/day = KL/day Wastewater will Com. units x 3 person x 35 Lit/day = be 80% of the requirement 4.9 KL/day 2 Greenbelt Total Mode of Disposal: Domestic wastewater generation will be disposed off through BMC drainage line. 7

8 ANNEXURE IIII SITE PLAN GHB LIG-2, TARSAMIYA, PLOT NO. 61/1, 63/14, 64, BHAVNAGAR-I A D B C Latitude E E E E Longitudes N N N N Name A B C D 8

9 ANALYSIS OF THE PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project is proposed for low income people and based on no profit no loss base government initiate the project and issued grant for the project. This is one of the basic necessities of the common man. It generate direct and indirect income source. Yours Faithfully, For, EXECUTIVE ENGINEE AUTHORISED SIGNATORY 9