Delhi To Turn Into 24-Hr City With Bustling Nightlife Circuits As Part Of Master Plan 2041

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Delhi is on talks to be turned into a 24-hour city with bustling nightlife circuits as part of the Master Plan 2041. The Delhi Development Authority ( DDA) has granted its preliminary approval for drafting the Master Plan for Delhi 2041. Apart from the nightlife circuits, the plan will also incorporate a plethora of developments in the environment and way of living. The draft of the Master Plan is put in the public domain now to receive the suggestions of the citizens. Read on to know more.

Key Highlights Of Master Plan 2041

The Master Plan draft consists of 22 chapters in 2 volumes. It aims to “foster a sustainable, liveable and vibrant Delhi by 2041”. The key focuses of Delhi Master Plan 2041 are as follows:

  • To reduce vehicular pollution through strategies like shifting to greener fuels for public transport and choosing mixed-use of transit-oriented development (TOD)
  • To improve the quality of water received from river Yamuna, lakes, natural drains and baolis
  • Inviting private and government agencies to invest more for incentivising rented accommodation; this is addressed keeping in mind the large migrant population
  •  To solve parking issues with a ‘user pays’ principle; personal motor vehicles (excepting non-motorised ones)  need to pay for authorised parking spaces
  •  To generate community spaces to give refuge spots, common kitchens and quarantine spaces in case of an emergency
  • Reducing vulnerability to airborne diseases by creating decentralised workspaces, open areas, better habitat design and green-rated developments; reducing dependency on mechanical ventilation systems

Key Highlights Of Master Plan 2041
The Master Plan draft consists of 22 chapters in 2 volumes. It aims to “foster a sustainable, liveable and vibrant Delhi by 2041”. The key focuses of Delhi Master Plan 2041 are as follows:

To reduce vehicular pollution through strategies like shifting to greener fuels for public transport and choosing mixed-use of transit-oriented development (TOD)
To improve the quality of water received from river Yamuna, lakes, natural drains and baolis
Inviting private and government agencies to invest more for incentivising rented accommodation; this is addressed keeping in mind the large migrant population
To solve parking issues with a ‘user pays’ principle; personal motor vehicles (excepting non-motorised ones) need to pay for authorised parking spaces
To generate community spaces to give refuge spots, common kitchens and quarantine spaces in case of an emergency
Reducing vulnerability to airborne diseases by creating decentralised workspaces, open areas, better habitat design and green-rated developments; reducing dependency on mechanical ventilation systems

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