tps: surveys by drone and Dgps should start in certain areas of the city | Thiruvananthapuram News

Thiruvananthapuram: The city level committee has approved the survey to be carried out as part of the implementation of the local plan (LAP) and urban plan (TPS) in Thiruvananthapuram. While Vizhinjam, Mulloor, Kottapuram and Venganoor have been selected as areas for TPS preparation, Palayam, Thampanoor, Vazhuthacaud and Thycaud wards have been selected for LAP preparation in the city.
The Tamil Nadu Institute of Urban Studies (TNIUS), the agency carrying out the survey, will soon carry out the drone, Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS), traffic and transport and socio-economic surveys at this regard. DGPS should give better location accuracy compared to global positioning survey and should overcome the challenges arising from the nature of the terrain. It will also give quick results.
The Chief Town Planner had previously indicated that the project areas were to be surveyed by UAVs/drones to prepare land use maps and requested permission to conduct the aerial survey using a drone. . The state government has already formed a four-member committee to monitor and supervise the investigation in the special security zone, as the investigation using a drone would involve the movement of a drone in areas. restricted areas and taking photos and videos. Special authorization has been granted for the survey to be carried out by drone.
The state capital is one of 25 Indian cities that have been chosen for the implementation of LAP and TPS under the AMRUT project on a pilot basis. The State High Level Steering Committee (SHPSC) meeting had endorsed the proposal of the Chief Planner (Planning) to make the necessary amendments to the Kerala Land Use Planning Act 2016 for the formulation and the implementation of LAP and TPS in the city.
The LAP envisions redeveloping urban areas that have become denser over time and have been subject to unscientific land use without adequate infrastructure and public amenities. Congested downtown areas, unavailability of road space and public spaces will be addressed with the implementation of the LAP.
The LAP creates a framework for enhancing the public domain (public spaces, areas under roads, etc.) by allowing the redevelopment of the existing built environment and the preparation of a new development with a reinforced infrastructure offer. The TPS is intended to be implemented in areas identified for planned urbanization in the future. The planning process consists of merging and redistributing plots of land within the urban expansion area. The area of ​​the TPS can vary from 50 to 500 hectares or more.
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