Township Development Project

City-development project

Concentrate only on the project assembly and packaging phase. - Four important project inputs for successful township development: Thanks to APR Consultants Ltd for their support in developing the Patutahi Township Development Plan. Up to now in 2016, more than $7.8 million in public incentive payments have been made to township customers.

Up to now in 2016, more than $7.8 million in public incentive payments have been made to township customers. A thorough knowledge of the codices and rules and their application is required for the due-diligence process. Therefore, it is worth having an expert project designer. And we also have the know-how to handle all kinds of authorities.

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50165-002: Urban development project Phuentsholing

DescriptionThe suggested Amochhu Country Development and Township Project will create 66 ha of shore near the Phuentsholing town, situated next to the Amochhu River on the southwest boundary between Bhutan and India. This project offers flood and flood prevention and soil degradation and builds an intelligent municipal environment that will enable gradual extension of the town.

It will be built on the basis of contemporary, lasting principals of justice, viability and competitive ability, and will be incorporated into the structure of the current community, preserving Bhutan's unparalleled architectonic legacy. It will also help to prevent flooding and bank degradation in the new and old cities that are currently threatening life and living conditions and disrupting connections with the surrounding municipalities.

The project will create a contemporary township based on contemporary, lasting principals of justice, viability and competitive ability and will be incorporated into the structure of the current community and maintain Bhutan's distinctive architecture legacy. It will also protect the new and old cities from flooding and bank degradation, which are currently threatening life and living conditions and disrupting connections with the surrounding municipalities.

Enviromental aspectsThe project was assigned to class A for the ecology and an EIA was carried out. Under the EIA the final design of the EIA includes 460 ha of new municipal lands along both shores of the Amochhu River, although the present project area is 66 ha on the river's links.

Most of the impact during the building phase was found to be caused by riverbed leveling, the transport of building material and tools and the building of municipal amenities. Voluntary resettlementNo unintentional relocation is necessary and the project has been categorised as Class B for unintentional relocation. Nonindigenous peoplesNonindigenous people are affected and the project has been categorised as Class B for these people.

Throughout the project development, stakeholder consultations were conducted. The information on the suggested project is preliminary and indicative. Public Communications Policy (PCP) recognises that visibility and accountability are vital for development efficiency. The Asian Development Bank does not wish to make judgements on the judicial or other nature of a region or area in this paper when drawing up a national programme or policy, when funding a project or when designating or referring to a particular region or geographical area.

The protection documentation submitted at the moment of the project or installation permit can also be found in the document reference lists associated with the report and the President's recommendations.

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