Bangalore Development Authority has undertaken 35 housing projects in an area of 256 acres 35guntas, since 2011-12. Out of 35 housing projects, 25 projects have been completed and a total number of 14909 housing units have been planned for construction
Bangalore Development Authority Since inception has allotted 1,71,000 sites to general public for construction of houses and complexes. 1678 Civic Amenity sites have been allotted for use various public utilities like Hospitals, Schools, Colleges, Institutions, Petrol Bunks, Markets etc., and other Central government agencies and State Bhavans. Town Planning Department is responsible for preparation and periodical revision of the Master plan for Bangalore Metropolitan Areas. Preparation of layout plan, approval of Development plans for layouts & Group Hosing schemes and successfully functioning as the Planning Authority of Bangalore. To ease out the traffic congestion in Bangalore city, Bangalore Development Authority successfully completed construction of Outer Ring Road (ORR) connecting New Airport Road, Old Madras Road, Sarjapura Road, Hosur Road, Bannerghatta Road, Mysore Road, Tumakuru Road and New Airport linking at Hebbala Flyover. To make Outer Ring Road (ORR) signal free flyover and Grade separators constructed at Hebbal, Nagavara, Hennuru, Marathahalli, Doddanekkundi, K.R.Puram, Sarjapura Road, Silk Board, Jayadeva Hospital, Puttenahalli, Banashankari, Nayandahalli, Chandralayout, Summanahalli, Laggere, Kanteerava Studio and New BEL junction.
Bangalore Development Authority carried out quarrying, Carving of monolithic Veeragallu Stone weighing about 600 tones and transported to National Military Memorial and installed.
The Bangalore Development Authority has successfully completed Land Audit of 64 BDA developed layouts and identified encroachment of 7059 acres as well as vacant land of 2563 acres. About 8000 Court cases in various Courts will be pursued and possession of litigation free lands will be taken.
Bangalore Development Authority has undertaken 35 housing projects in an area of 256 acres 35guntas, since 2011-12. Out of 35 housing projects, 25 projects have been completed and a total number of 14909 housing units have been planned for construction. 10075 dwelling units of different dimension have been constructed, out of which 7792 housing units have been allotted, and the remaining 2283 housing units are ready for allotment.Read more
One of the first autonomous Water & Sanitation Utility in India. It has successfully serving citizens of Bangalore City from last 57 Years.
Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) was formed under an Act of state legislature on 10-09-1964. One of the first autonomous Water & Sanitation Utility in India. It has successfully serving citizens of Bangalore City from last 57 Years. BWSSB is responsible for providing potable quality drinking water and to safe disposal of domestic sewage pertaining to BBMP area of 800 sq. km. having population of 12.90 Million. At present board has installed around 10196 km of water supply pipeline, 8400 km of sewerage line, having 10.30 Lakhs of consumers in Bangalore city. BWSSB is providing 10,000 liters free water every month to 70,947 No. of residents residing in slums and the same service has been extended to 32,510 No. of residents residing in SC/ST colonies. Because of this scheme about 1.03 lakh families in Bangalore city are getting free Cauvery water of 10,000 ltrs every month.
Till the year 1896, unfiltered water was supplied to Bangalore city in the Kalyani system from a number of tanks such as Dharmambudhi, Sampangi, Ulsoor, Sankey etc., supplemented by local wells and stepped ponds. To supply filtered water to Bangalore City, Arkavathi source was identified in the year 1884 and a reservoir was constructed at Hessarghatta about 18 kms to the North West of the Bangalore city.
To meet the demand and the growth of the city 'Chamaraja Sagar' reservoir near Thippagondanahalli (TG halli) was constructed in the year 1933 across the river Arkavathi, downstream of Hessarghatta reservoir about 26 km to the west of Bangalore and the supply was 149 MLD. Further, due to continuous failure of monsoon and rapid growth in the catchment area of Arkavathi river, the supply was stopped from this source.
The continuous expansion of the city and rapid growth of population, it became necessary to find and develop new sources of Water and River Cauvery was identified for water supply which is about 100 Km from the Bangalore City and Government of Karnataka allocated 19 TMC of water from Cauvery River to meet the water supply demand of Bangalore City. Since 1974, the Cauvery source was augmented in stages for supplying water to Bangalore City. At present Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board is supplying an average of 1450 MLD of water from River Cauvery.
Along with the water supply, Board has also given preference to the treatment of waste water and installed 33 waste water treatment plants in various parts of Bangalore city. As of now it has a capacity of treating around 1522.50 MLD of waste water. BWSSB is supplying tertiary treated water to an extent of around 10 MLD to various Government complexes, Golf courses, BIAL etc., another 80 MLD has been committed to industrial areas and 15 MLD for Karnataka Power Corporation plants at Yelahanka. Other than this around 700 MLD of secondary treated water is committed for filling up of the tanks / lakes in the rain deficient districts of Kolar, Chikkaballapur and parts of Bangalore urban. At present 400 MLD of treated water is being supplied to these areas.
Clean Air Street was the first such initiative in India where a busy street was considered as a demonstration area for clean air, electric micro- mobility, and pedestrianization
Church Street is an iconic street in the central business district of Bengaluru. A popular hang-out for the young crowd, the street had a makeover in 2018 by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). Under the Clean Air Street initiative, the Church Street was pedestrianised on weekends for six months beginning 7 November, 2020 to 27 April 2021. Clean Air Street was the first such initiative in India where a busy street was considered as a demonstration area for clean air, electric micro- mobility, and pedestrianization, and is an example of a collaboration between Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT), Sustainable Transportation Lab of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and Catapult, UK (international research organization).Read more
Mysore City Corporation has implemented a bicycle based transportation system citywide to provide a low-cost, environmentally friendly mobility option to city residents as well as to the tourists.
Mysore City Corporation has implemented a bicycle based transportation system citywide to provide a low-cost, environmentally friendly mobility option to city residents as well as to the tourists. Cycles are available through a network of cycle docking stations. Users can check out cycles at one station and return them to any other station in the network. The Directorate of Urban Land Transport is the state level monitoring agency to implement Public Bicycle Sharing System in Mysore.Read more