The project master plan aims at making the development sustainable in all aspects with the following objectives:
The project aims to be self-financing – to achieve its goals without relying on any funding from the government.
The project has been planned to be self-financing, that is to achieve its goals without relying on any funding from the government. A small portion of the reclaimed land will be sold for commercial development, to generate sufficient enough resources to pay for developing the riverfront and managing it. The private developments that will be built on the riverfront shall be carefully controlled by volumetric regulations to ensure that the built environment along the riverfront is harmonious and has a memorable skyline.
Development sites indicate the land pockets identified for sale or long-term lease.
Revitalisation of Neighbourhoods
It also aims to bring new life to the centre of the city and to spur broad-based upgradation and revitalisation of surrounding neighbourhoods.
The project aims to bring new life to the centre of the city and to spur broad-based revitalisation of surrounding neighbourhoods. The land uses of the reclaimed areas in the master plan have been allocated in relation to the existing land use of the adjacent areas. Eighteen precincts have been identified in the project which will undergo gradual upgradation to benefit residents and workers in central Ahmedabad by promoting integrated, high-density growth, with a focus on walkability and public transportation.