Business and Development Sector Reports

Urban Infrastructure And Services in India Report 2011

Last week, the high powered expert committee on Urban Infrastructure submitted its report to the Minister of Urban Development Shri Kamal Nath and the Minister of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation Kumari Selja.

Commending the report, Mr Kamal Nath (a.k.a Mr 15%) said that the Ministry would study the report and operationalise it. The committee has emphasized that India’s economic growth momentum cannot be sustained if urbanisation is not actively facilitated nor can urban poverty be effectively addressed if the needs of the urban poor are isolated from the broader challenges of managing urbanisation.

report on urban infrastructure services india 2011

Urban Infrastructure in India

The report is focuses on the challenge sand opportunities emerging in the urban areas of India for the following infrastructural services.

  • Water Supply
  • Sewerage
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Storm Water Drains
  • Urban Roads
  • Urban Transport
  • Street Lighting
  • Traffic Support Infrastructure

Download the Report on Urban Infrastructure And Services in India 2011

at the link below. Right click and choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”

Urban Infrastructure and Services Report India-2011-pdf-284pages-1.4MB

Report of the High Powered Expert Committee (HPEC) for estimating the investment requirements for urban infrastructure services

The Committee was chaired by Dr Isher Ahluwalia and included as Members eight experts who were– Nasser Munjee, Chairman, DCB; Nachiket Mor, Chairman, IFMR Trust; M. Vijayanunni, Former Chief Secretary, Kerala; Sudhir Mankad, Former Chief Secretary, Gujarat; Rajiv Lall, Managing Director, IDFC; Hari Sankaran, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, IL&FS; Ramesh Ramanathan, Co-Founder, Janaagraha; and Om Prakash Mathur, NIPFP.

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