Urbanization in India is expected to reach 40% with over 600 million population living in urban areas contributing to 70% of GDP by 2030. To meet the burgeoning infrastructure needs, the GoI launched the 100 Smart City Mission during April 2015 which has been planned to be implemented through area based approaches.
Each city will get Central assistance to the tune of INR 500 Cr. for 5 years. The remaining money has to be raised by the Smart city corporations. The Smart city proposals shall be implemented through Special Purpose Vehicle (SPVs) - incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 at the city-level.
The SPV would have the State/UT and the ULB as the promoters having 50:50 equity shareholding. The private sector could be considered for taking equity stake in the SPV.
The Andhra Pradesh Re-organization Act, 2014 (central Act 6 of 2014) which came into force on 2nd June 2014 provided for the reorganization of existing State of Andhra Pradesh.
The Central Government assisted the state in identifying Amaravati - north of Vijayawada - for new capital development.
The state Government constituted Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) as the nodal agency for development of the new capital.
1. Scope & Limitations
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Newly carved AP state identified Amaravati as capital city location; CRDA appointed nodal agency for greenfield city development
2.2. The greenfield development in 217 Sq. Km offers substantial opportunity for OEM and Project Implementation agencies
3. Smart Cities in India
3.1. In 2030, India’s cities will be home to 600 Mn people, presenting immense opportunities and challenges
3.2. Globally, city governments are focusing on development of Smart city technologies to tackle urban challenges
3.3. The GoI rolled out the Smart City Mission in 2015 to partly address urbanization needs
3.4. Ministry of Urban Development has charted a roadmap to boost implementation of 100 Smart City projects
3.5. The Ministry has devised a financing model to boost implementation of the 100 SMART cities projects
3.6. Smart Cities Nominated in India
4. Amaravati Smart City
4.1. Planned as a Greenfield capital city for the newly carved Andhra Pradesh state with overall investment of INR 43,707 Cr.
4.2. The state Government plans to raise fund and support through the following international collaborations
4.3. Governance structure adopted for City developed
4.4. CRDA1, the execution arm for city development has been constituted as the nodal agency for the greenfield city development
4.5. CRDA submitted the Smart city proposal with an investment of INR 1,820 Cr. during round 3 (March 2017) of the Smart City Challenge
4.6. The project being greenfield in nature, smart city projects have been scheduled be completed in medium to long term
5. Opportunity Analysis
5.1. Project-wise investment identified in the Amaravati City Development Plan
5.2. Sector wise opportunities in Amaravati city development
5.3. For evaluating opportunities proposed in the City Development Plan of Amaravati for businesses under three categories:
5.5. Amaravati city development offers high value opportunities (>INR 100 Cr.) to OEMs and project implementation agencies
6. Go-to-Market Recommendations
6.1. Go-to-market approaches for private players to participate in Smart city projects in India have been identified…
6.2. …and evaluation of the projects has been carried out to determine the go-to-market approach
6.3. Ease and Priority of implementation drive direct procurement contracts
6.4. Amaravati greenfield project is in nascent stage of development; Smart city project is still in the pre-development stage
7.1. Parameters considered for evaluation of opportunities
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