Revitalization of old city of Pune through heritage management (Also available on CD)

by Ghate, Sneha Ajitkumar
Additional authors: Bandopadhyay, Saswat (Guide)
Physical details: vi,110p.,CD-ROM Year: 2010 List(s) this item appears in: Heritage and Climate
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CONTENTSAbstract 1 CONTENTS 3 List of Tables 7 List of Figures 7 List of Maps 8 List of Abbreviations 9 Chapter 1: 11 Introduction 11 1.1 Need of study 11 1.2 Need for Pune 12 1.3 Vision 13 1.4 Research Questions: 13 1.5 Aim and Objectives: 14 1.5.1 Hypothesis: 14 1.5.2 Aim: 14 1.5.3 Objectives: 14 1.6 Scope and Limitations: 14 1.7 Methodology: 15 Chapter 2: 17 Literature Review 17 2.1 Introduction 17 2.1.1 Revitalization: 17 2.1.2 Forms of urban renewal: 18 2.2 Revitalization and Heritage management 19 2.2.1 Definition of Heritage: 19 2.2.2 Issues Related to urban heritage conservation: 19 2.3 Urban Heritage Conservation in India: Existing Scenario 20 2.3.1 Mumbai 20 2.3.2 Walled City Of Delhi 20 2.3.3 Hyderabad 20 2.3.4 Ahmedabad 21 2.4 Heritage Legislation and Policies in India 22 2.4.1 Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning (MRTP) Act 1966 22 2.4.2 Government of India Model Regulations 24 2.4.3 Rent control Act 28 2.5 Issues and Problem Identification. 29 2.6 Case Studies 30 2.6.1 Urban revitalization of walled Jaipur: Case of Modi khana Chowkri 30 2.6.2 Walled city Revitalization Plan for Ahmadabad: 34 2.6.3 Lyon, France. 41 Chapter 3: 43 Pune City Profile 43 3.1 Introduction 43 3.2 Location 43 3.3 Topography 45 3.4 Climate 45 3.5 Natural Environment 46 3.6 Demography 46 3.7 Economy 48 3.8 Land Use 48 3.9 Morphological Development 50 Chapter 4: 51 Evolution of Pune 51 4.1 Ancient Period: Up To 1294 AD 52 4.1.1 Political Scenario- 52 4.1.2 Socio-economic Scenario- 52 4.1.3 Population Trends and Development- 52 4.1.4 Architecture and technology- 52 4.2 Mughal Period: 1294 AD TO 1604 AD 53 4.2.1 Political Scenario- 53 4.2.2 Socio-economic Scenario- 53 4.2.3 Population Trends and Development- 53 4.2.4 Architecture and technology 53 4.3 Shivaji Period: 1604 AD TO 1713AD 54 4.3.1 Political Scenario- 54 4.3.2 Socio-economic Scenario- 54 4.3.3 Population Trends and Development 54 4.3.4 Architecture and technology- 54 4.4 Peshwa Period: 1713 AD to 1818 AD 55 4.4.1 Political Scenario- 55 4.4.2 Socio-economic Scenario- 55 4.4.3 Population Trends and Development- 55 4.4.4 Architecture and technology- 56 4.5 British Period: 1818 To 1947 57 4.5.1 Political Scenario- 57 4.5.2 Socio-economic Scenario- 57 4.5.3 Population Trends and Development- 57 4.5.4 Architecture and technology- 58 4.6 Post Independence Period: 59 4.6.1 Political Scenario- 59 4.6.2 Socio-economic Scenario- 59 4.6.3 Population Trends and Development- 59 4.6.4 Architecture and technology- 59 Chapter 5: 61 Study Area Analysis: Old City of Pune 61 5.1 Delineation of study Area 61 5.2 Stakeholder Identification and Primary data Collection 63 5.3 Demography 64 5.4 Land use 65 5.5 Environment 66 5.6 Physical Infrastructure 67 5.6.1 Transport / Road Pattern 67 5.6.2 Water Supply 68 5.6.3 Solid Waste Management 68 5.6.4 Sanitation and Sewerage 69 5.7 Social Infrastructure 69 5.7.1 Educational and Health Facilities 69 5.7.2 Recreational & Open Spaces 69 Chapter 6: 71 Heritage of Pune 71 6.1 Introduction 71 6.1.1 Tangible Heritage 71 6.1.2 Intangible heritage 72 6.2 Existing Scenario 72 6.3 Existing Laws and Regulations 73 6.4 Institutional framework 73 6.5 Funding for heritage management: Existing Scenario 74 6.6 Issues 74 6.6.1 Residential Structures 75 6.6.2 Commercial Structures 76 6.6.3 Institutional Structures 77 6.6.4 Religious Structures 78 6.6.5 Heritage Elements 78 6.6.6 Heritage Precincts 79 6.7 SWOT Analysis 82 Chapter 7: 83 Conclusion and Recommendations 83 7.1 Considerations while Framing the Management Plan 83 7.2 Framework for Heritage management & Scenario in Pune 84 7.3 Legislative and Regulatory Framework 86 7.4 Development Control Regulations 87 7.5 Restoration and Conservation of Built Heritage 88 7.6 Incentives 89 7.6.1 Transferable Development Rights 89 7.6.2 Taxation Relief or Decontrol of Rents: 89 7.6.3 Grants and Loans 90 7.6.4 Technical Assistance 90 7.6.5 Permission for Change in Use of Building 90 7.7 Awareness programs & Promotion of Heritage Management 91 7.8 Traditional Knowledge (Arts & Crafts) 92 7.9 Conclusion 93 Bibliography 95 Annexure 97

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