1                  Annexures

 

1.1                                    Proceedings of consultation workshop

1.1.1           Introduction

The workshop was organized under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission to promote reform based urban development of the cities. In L&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation has been appointed by Department of Urban Development for preparation of City Development Plan for Shimla under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission.  The objective of the first workshop was to understand the current status of the Shimla city and to formulate the vision by benchmarking characteristics of acceptable performance indicators for sustainable infrastructure development and to explore the nature of interventions and identification of resources for development of Shimla City. 

 

1.1.2          Participants to the Works

For the workshop, elected members including MP, MLA, Mayor and Ward Councilors of Shimla City, Government officials, NGOs, representatives from Chamber of Commerce and Associations, academicians and eminent citizens were invited. The chief guest for the workshop was Shri Kaul Singh Thakur, Honorable Minister, Urban Development, Government of Himachal Pradesh.

 

1.1.3          Inaugural session

Shri S. Behuria, Principal Secretary, Urban Development, GoHP welcomed participants and enlightened the audience with Government commitment and initiatives for development of Shimla. He explained the need for reputed professional consultant like IL&FS IDC in preparation of City Development Plan in unbiased and professional manner.

 

Chief Guest, Honorable Minister Shri Kaul Singh Thakur lighted the lamp and inaugurated the workshop.  He informed that Shimla is selected by Government of India under JNNURM along with other cities. He thanked visionary Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh for the JNNURM mission. He stressed upon de-congested, clean and better tourist destination. He assured adequate drinking water to Shimla people.  He also assured basic sanitation services, widening of the roads, construction of tunnels for decongestion, more parking facilities, housing for poor people. He also assured that all the suggestions will be incorporated while making CDP.

Shri Harbhajan Singh ‘Bhajji’, MLA addressed keynote address on the occasion. He presented JNNURM Scheme, detailed status of the scheme in terms of funds sanctioned, fund disbursed and current position of Shimla in preparation of CDP.  He also mentioned problems faced by citizens of Shimla and stressed upon the co-ordination among the government agencies and unity among the political parties for optimal utilization of the JNNURM scheme and maximization of funds from GOI.

IL&FS IDC, the consultant appointed for the preparation of CDP made a presentation about their approach for development of CDP, current infrastructure analysis of civic services like sewerage, water supply, solid waste management in Shimla besides other infrastructure sectors like traffic and transportation, tourism, environment and forest, housing for urban poor. The demand supply gap in each of the above mentioned sectors were presented. The draft vision statements for each of the sectors were also presented substantiated by the goals set by Shimla Municipal Corporation for each of the sectors.

 

Session I Panel Discussion on Planning

 

This session was chaired by Shri. S Behuria, Principal Secretary, Urban Development, GoHP.  Following persons were panel members

  1. Shri Diljeet Singh, Director, Dept. of Town and Country Planning
  2. Shri. A.R. Sankhayan, State Town Planner,
  3. Shri Pradeep Chauhan, SE , HPPWD,
  4. Shri Ajay Sharma, ADM Shimla
  5. Shri Manoj Panda, Senior Manager, IL&FS IDC.

 

The major points came across during the discussion are

 

 

Session II Panel Discussion on Tourism

 

This session was chaired by Shri. Avay Shukla, Principal Secretary,
Tourism,  GoHP. The panel members were

  1. Shri N.K. Negi, Architect, HP PWD
  2. Sh. B.S. Malhan, Convener, INTACH- Shimla Chapter
  3. Shri Tarun Shreedhar, Commissioner, Tourism and Aviation, GoHP
  4. Shree Harmeet Singh, ITOA
  5. Shri Gopal Mohan Aggarwal,  Senior VP, Hotel and Restaurant Association
  6. Shri Raja Bhaseen,  VP, Hotel and Restaurant Association
  7. Shri Neeraj Bachkheti, Advisor(Tourism), IL&FS IDC

The salient points that emerged during the discussion were

 

 

Session III  Panel Discussion on Traffic and Transportation

 

This session was chaired by Shri. Avay Shukla, Principal Secretary,
Transport ,  GoHP. The panel members were

  1. Shri Ved Sood, Shimla Decongestion & Beautification Group
  2. Shri Shashi Shekhar, Deputy Mayor, MC Shimla
  3. Shri R. K. Sharma
  4. Shri S.N. Kapoor, Retired Chief Engineer

The major points came across during the discussion were

 

Session IV  Panel Discussion on Civic Services

 

This session was chaired by Smt. Rajwant Sandhu, Principal Secretary,IP&H ,  GoHP. The panel members were

  1. Shri A.K Singh, Chairman, Sulabh International
  2. Shri Sohan Lal, Mayor, Shimla Municipal Corporation
  3. Shri S. N. Joshi, IAS (Retd.)
  4. Shri B D Thakur (IP&H)
  5.  Shri Shekhar Gupta, Commissioner, Shimla Municipal Corporation
  6. Shri S.N. Kapoor, Retired Chief Engineer

 

The major issues discussed during the discussion were

 

 

Session V  Panel Discussion on Forest

 

This session was chaired by T. D. Negi, Director Urban Development, GoHP. The panel members were

  1. Shri Vasudeva, Member Secretary, HP Environment Protection and Pollution Control Board
  2. Prof. Yoginder Varma, Director, Institute of Integrated Himalayan Studies, HPU, Shimla
  3. Ms. Cheena Kanwal, Director, Environment, DRONAH Shri Sohan Lal, Mayor, Shimla Municipal Corporation

The major issues discussed during the discussion were

 

 

 

Vote of Thanks

 

Sh. Shekhar Gupta delivered the Vote of Thanks to the all the Stakeholders who have made the first workshop on the Shimla City Development Plan, a successful beginning.

 

 


 

1.2                                     Proceedings of NGO Workshop

Introduction

The NGO consultation was organized only for NGOs in Shimla City for the development of the City Development Plan under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission. This meeting was held on 7th September, 2006 at Palika Bhavan, Shimla. The main objective of the consultation was to understand the current status of the Shimla city and the problems faced by the residents and their suggestions to be considered while development of the CDP.

The consultation was chaired by Shri T.D. Negi, Director, Urban Development, Himachal Pradesh, Shri Shekhar Gupta, Commissioner, Shimla Municipal Corporation and Shri Ashwani Kumar Sharma, Asst. Commissioner, Shimla Municipal Corporation.

Shri T. D. Negi welcomed participants on behalf of Govt. of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla Municipal Corporation and IL&FS. The participants discussed various issues by giving them priorities.

Unanimously the first priority was water. The issues with water supply in the city are inadequate water supply, infrequent supply timings like for 1 hour daily in some areas and on alternate days in others, very low pressure at consumer end.

The NGO’s expressed that the augmentation of water sourcing has been done on adhoc basis and should be looked with long term perspective.

The government clarified the various plans about increasing supply water quantity, pressure and duration.

GoHP explained that Nauti Khad and Giri water augmentation schemes are being implemented by GOHP shall provide immediate and short term solution and GoHP is planning the sourcing of water from Pabbar for long term needs of the city.

NGO’s suggested that the GoHP should look into dedicated pondage on Satluj for Shimla for water sourcing.

NGO’s also felt that water harvesting is not practical solution due to terrain constrains in Shimla.

GoHP explained that Government has successfully implemented the roof top water harvesting under bylaws in new constructions and is proposing to provide the incentives on house tax to encourage the roof top water harvesting.

Second priority for citizens is Sewerage System and Solid Waste. The issues discussed included lack of connectivity of septic tanks with sewerage lines in SADA, poor collection efficiency of the SW, various problems with compost plant like poor functioning due to unsuitable temperature of Shimla for entire year and its closeness to the city area.

The government assured that the plant will be shifted to other location and moreover the technology will be upgraded which will be suitable for Shimla temperature. The government also assured that the task of connecting the old and new sewerage network will be finished soon.

The third priority was transportation. The issues are congestion due to long buses, overloaded public transport system, non-adherence to the time-table by private transporters.

Fourth priority considered was decongestion of core areas. Under this NGOs made following suggestions (i) reconstruction of Tibetian market with Tibetian architect (ii) restructuring of lower bazaar and middle bazaar.

Finally beautification and landscaping was suggested. NGOs suggested that the live hedge may be grown on the slope to restrict the disposal of garbage on the slopes.

NGOs emphasized upon necessary public amenities in the localities.


 

1.3                                     Proceedings of Workshop with Urban Poor

Date: 02/12/2006

Time: 1130 am

Place: Municipal Corporation, Shimla

Participants:

  1. Dr. Ashwani Kumar- Assistant Commissioner, Shimla
  2. Sh. Kaushal Mehta - IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation, Chandigarh
  3. Various NGO’s dealing with the poor of Shimla
  4. Representatives of poor people of Shimla

 

The workshop was organized to understand current status of the dwelling places of the poor in Shimla, their requirements in terms of basic services and prioritize them. The poor locations are very scattered across the city except Krishna Nagar where a large number of people reside. Following are the outcome of the discussion


 

1.4                                     Proceeding of final Workshop

For upliftment of basic service and increase the reach of basic services to urban population & and improvement in urban infrastructure, Government of India has launched Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission. Department of Urban Development, GoHP, has appointed IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation for preparation of City Development Plan for Shimla under JNNURM.  In order to understand current status of Shimla city in terms of basic infrastructure & services and formulate the vision of Shimla city first workshop was organized on 6th September, 2006.   Various stakeholders including elected public representatives, senior government officials, eminent citizens, local bodies, academic/research institutions, NGOs were present. Separate workshop with NGOs was organized to understand their perceptions on issues, vision and development of Shimla.  Various Focus Groups Discussions and Departmental Discussions followed these workshops.  Based on shared vision and goals derived from workshop draft CDP was prepared and put on the website of Shimla Municipal Corporation on 16th October, 2006 for inviting suggestions. The second workshop was organized for finalization and adoption of draft CDP

 

1.4.1          Participants to the Workshop

For the workshop, elected members including MP, MLA, Mayor and Ward Councilors of Shimla City, Government officials, NGOs, representatives from Chamber of Commerce and Associations, academicians and eminent citizens were invited. The chief guest for the workshop was Shri Kaul Singh Thakur, Honorable Minister, Urban Development Government of Himachal Pradesh.

The workshop started with keynote address by honorable minister of Urban Development, GoHP Shri Kaul Singh Thakur. He mentioned about position of Shimla on international map of global tourist destination. He also pointed out that shortage of water and congestion are biggest problems and should be solved urgently.  He also emphasized on maintaining queen of hills status by preserving rich heritage characteristics of the town

IL&FS IDC, the consultant, presented the draft CDP with emphasizing on various sectors, their priorities, major issues in those sectors, strategy to handle identified issues and interventions required to achieve the vision and goals.  Stakeholders asked various questions and gave many suggestions. IL&FS IDC reviewed these suggestions in line with CDP requirement under JNNURM. Majority of suggestions were already addressed in the CDP


 

Vote of Thanks

Sh. Shekhar Gupta delivered the Vote of Thanks to the all the Stakeholders who participated in the workshop and contributed by giving valuable suggestions

 

Major Suggestions received before and during the finalization workshop

 



 

1.5                                    List of Identified Nallahs

S. N.

Name of Nallahs

Length of Nallah (m)

Estimated Cost      (Rs. Lakh)

1

Nallah from Cedar wood hotel Jakhoo to Card road via Jodha Niwas

570

25.65

2

Nallah from Jakhoo to Lift via Amar Bhavan

790

35.55

3

Nallah from Dream Land Hotel Lakkar Bazaar to Cart Road

360

16.20

4

Nallah from OAK over to Cart Road Via Clifend Estate

250

11.25

5

Nallah from Stocks place to Cart Road Via Palika Bhavan

600

27.00

6

Nallah from Takka Bench to Cart Road via Sat Sang Bhawan

205

9.225

7

Nallah from Roshan Villa Jakhoo to Cart road near IGMC

740

33.30

8

Nallah from Doctor Qtrs Lakkar Bazaar to Cart road

200

9.00

9

Nallah from Jangal house to Cart Road via Chudel Bouri

650

29.25

10

Nallah from Jakhoo to MC parking cart road near IGMC

720

32.40

11

Nallah from Govt. Dispensary to Housing Board Sanjauli

275

12.375

12

Nallah from Maszid to Housing Board Colony at Sanjauli

255

11.475

13

Nallah from Old Police Chowki to Bypass upto M.C. limit

275

12.375

14

Nallah from Children Park to Bypass upto M.C. limit

360

16.20

15

Nallah from Sidharth Enclave to Bypass upto M.C. limit

240

10.80

16

Nallah from Shivam Traders to Bypass upto M.C. Limit

150

6.75

17

Nallah from Chopra house to Hill Grove Public School

400

18.00

18

Nallah from Palika Bhavan to Main Stream

503

22.635

19

Nallah from Mall Road to Bypass via High Court

456

20.52

20

Nallah from Chhota Shimla M.C office to Bypass

285

12.855

21

Nallah from HP Tribunal to Bypass via Sadhna Ghatti

585

26.325

22

Nallah from St. Bedes to Dhobi Ghat upto M.C. limit

325

14.625

 

Total

 

 =SUM(ABOVE) 413.76

 


 

 

1.6                                    List of Open Drains

S. N.

Name of Nallahs

Length of Nallah (m)

Estimated Cost      (Rs. Lakh)

1

Repair and covering of nallah from Arya Samaj School towards Ram Mandir

250

1.35

2

Renovation / Improvement of Nallah from Mall Road towards Cart Road via Dayanand School

225

2.75

3

Renovation / improvement of nallah from P&T colony towards Cart Road in W. No. 2

200

2.37

4

Renovation / improvement of nallah from main Ram Bazaar to D.D.U

375

1.50

5

Renovation / Improvement of nallah in Command Area

450

2.25

6

Renovation / Improvement of nallah from State Bank towards Cart Road

250

1.60

7

Repair and covering of nallah from Combermere Hotel towards Lift near Shiv Mandir

225

2.08

8

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Durga Villa Rose Cottage to Bihari Lal Cottage at Annadale

335

5.67

9

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Prem House to Buchal House at lower kaithu

200

0.53

10

Renovation./ improvement of nallah from Military Barrack Annadale

300

1.73

11

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Rain Shelter Police Line to Old Abakari, Annadale

400

1.99

12

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Railway line to Nalagarh road near Laxmi Narayan Temple at Tutu

200

2.00

13

Renovation /improvement of nallah from Laxmi Narayan Temple to Nalagarh road at Tutu

250

3.00

14

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Boileuganj dispensary to National Highway 21 near Petrol pump

170

2.00

15

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Subzi Mandi to Cart Road via Suji line

120

0.90

16

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Shankli near Shanti Niwas

106

1.53

17

Renovation / improvement of nallah from adjoining Regal Cinema, Lakkar Bazaar

200

5.00

18

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Yodha Niwas to Mall road, near adjoining Ladies park

100

4.50

19

Renovation / improvement of nallah near Chelet day School, US club

50

0.50

20

Renovation / improvement of nallah from Stock Place to Himachal Bhavan

50

1.00

21

Repair of cross drainage and nallah at different points at Sanjauali, Mall road

20

2.00

22

Repair of Cross Drainage in Bhahari bazaar

15

1.25

23

Repair of nallah beyond Sunder Building towards lift nallah in Krishna Nagar

100

3.00

24

Restoration / renovation of nallah beyond Krishna Nagar School

100

4.86

25

Restoration / renovation of nallah from Sukh Bhavan to Vidya Bhavan, Shangti Ward

150

2.46

26

Restoration / renovation of nallah near Central Home, Bemloe

136

1.00

27

Restoration / renovation of nallah from Sethi Niwas to Sharda Kunj below Gurdwara

200

1.50

28

Restoration / renovation of Nallah near Sharda Stationers in ward no. 17

250

1.50

29

Restoration / renovation of nallah adjoining Vety Hospital to Main stream Krishna Nagar

120

5.00

30

Restoration / renovation of nallah Panchsheel Hotel to Lal Pani School

60

2.00

31

Restoration / renovation of nallah from Himland to Bye pass

185

2.50

32

Restoration / renovation of nallah near Mini Kufta Dhar

60

1.00

33

Restoration / renovation of nallah from Main Bus stand towards Rajdoot Hotel

100

2.00

34

Restoration /renovation of nallah from Rama Coal Co. cart road to main stream, Krishna Nagar

100

3.00

35

Restoration / renovation of nallah from Ghora Sarai to Main stream, Krishna Nagar

90

2.47

36

Restoration / renovation of nallah at Dyrton Estate

250

1.80

37

Restoration / renovation of drainage in Cemetary Area (Remaining Portion)

100

0.30

38

Restoration / renovation of Drainage Bangli, Bagicha

150

1.50

39

Restoration / renovation of nallah by providing M.S. Tiles in Bazar Area

200

0.45

40

Drainage System Military Barrack, Annadale

150

0.66

 

Total

 

 =SUM(ABOVE) 84.5

 

 

 


 

1.7                                    List of Heritage Buildings

 

LIST OF HERITAGE BUILDING/CEMETERIES WITHIN THE HERITAGE ZONE NOTIFICATION DATED 22.8.2002

 

S.N.

Name of Building

1

Chalet day School Building

2

M.C. Library at Ridge

3

Khadi Board Building on the Mall Road

4

Town Hall Building

5

G P O Building

6

Telegraph Office Building (Telephone Exchange)

7

Grand Hotel Building Complex

8

Railway Board Building

9

Parkash Niwas (Housing Shimla Typewriting Company Near S B I

10

Vice Regal Lodge Complex

11

Council Chamber (Vidhan Sabha)

12

Wood Villa

13

Oak Over

14

Cemetery near Oak Over

15

Barnes Court (Raj Bhawan)

16

Clarks Hotel

17

Clermont (Labour Bureau Office)

18

St. Mark

19

Earnstone

20

Christ Church Complex at Ridge

21

Band Stand (Tourism Restaurant)

22

Gaiety Theatre Building

23

Grindlays Bank Building

24

Ghurch Housing Evening College and Library

25

Bantony Building

26

State Bank of India Building (Dalziel House)

27

Gorton Castle Building

28

The Whole Range Buildings Starting from Gainda Mull up to Northern Railway Booking Agency on the Mall Road

29

Cedar Circuit House and Rest House

30

U.S. Club Building

31

Ladies Park

32

Kali Bari Temple

33

Cecil Hotel

34

Post Office Chaura Maidan

35

Carton House (Sanitorium)

36

Race View

37

Yates Place

38

Post office Summer Hill

 

LIST OF HERITAGE BUILDING/CEMETERIES OUTSIDE THE HERITAGE ZONE

S.N.

Name of Building

1

Y.M.C.A. Building

2

Ripon Hospital

3

Rothney Castle

4

Auckland House

5

Convent of Jesus and Marry

6

Sterling Castle

7

Rajkiya Kanya Maha Vidyala. (Old Building)

8

Corner House

9

Pari Mahal

10

Walsingham (D.C. Residence)

11

Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur’s building (Manor Villa)

12

Govt. Boy’s Degree College Sanjauli

13

Railway Station Shimla

14

Inverarm (State Museum)

15

Bemloe Cottages

16

South Gate

17

Foss Well

18

Graig Garden

19

Delphine Lodge

20

Eagle Mount

21

Winter Field

22

Shimleshwar (Shiv Mandir)

23

Jammu Castle

24

Y.W.C.A. Building

25

Ellerslie Building

26

Burj

27

Benmore Estate

28

Orvyn (I.T.I. Shimla

29

Cemetery at Sanjauli

30

Cematery at Nav Bahar (Nuns Grave Yard below St. Beds.)

31

Catholic Church

32

Green Gate Longwood

33

Dharbanga House (Tara Hall)

34

Chapslee

35

Aira Holme

36

Hainault

37

Jakhoo Temple

38

Torrontium

39

Holly Lodge

40

Lady Reading Building

41

Bishop Cotton School

42

Sidhowal Lodge

43

Crow-Brough

44

Strawberry Hill

45

Spring Field

46

Emm Villa

47

Dixy

48

Dimple Lodge

49

Eddleston

50

Railway Station, Summer Hill

51

St. Thomas School

52

St. Edward School

53

Thistle Bank (Building of Sh. Yoginder pal Sood)

54

Old D.C. Office (Shimla Building)

55

Police Station, Chhota Shimla

56

Armsdell

57

Torney House

58

Cemetery at Barrier, Boileauganj

59

Cemetery at Kanlog


 

1.8                                     Financial Assessment of last five years

Income Expenditure Statement

S N.

Item

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

CAGR

Opening Balance

194.04

257.88

173.89

204.32

256.95

 

INCOME (I)

A

Revenue Account

1

Tax Revenue

 

General Tax

294.8

322.57

331.19

486.4

466.32

12.15%

 

Other Taxes

80.40

70.92

78.24

157.73

126.90

12.09%

 

Total Tax Revenue

375.2

393.49

409.43

644.13

593.22

12.13%

2

Non Tax Revenue

 

Rent of Buildings

91.37

101.84

112.45

145.64

193.74

20.67%

 

Sale of water

159.52

171.95

337.82

467.12

565.93

37.24%

 

Fees and Other Revenue

189.66

129.11

157.85

278.24

239.19

5.97%

 

Total Non-Tax Revenue

440.6

402.9

608.1

891.0

998.9

22.71%

3

Octroi Grant

459.01

241.4

273.67

418.54

385.52

-4.27%

 

Total Revenue Income-A

1274.76

1037.79

1291.22

1953.67

1977.6

11.60%

B

Capital Account

 

Sale of Municipal Assets

21.08

46.99

59.07

151.63

204.7

76.53%

 

Loans

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

Grants

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

Total Capital Income-B

21.08

46.99

59.07

151.63

204.7

76.53%

Grand total Income(A+B)

1295.84

1084.78

1350.29

2105.3

2182.3

13.92%

EXPENDITURE (E)

A

Revenue Account

1

Establishment Expenses

 

Salary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Dept

98.62

111.7

112.05

123.43

142.63

9.66%

 

Tax Dept

31.53

31.19

34.73

35.55

43.41

8.32%

 

Estate Branch

21.86

26.77

26.42

22.46

29.57

7.85%

 

Forest Dept

40.2

43.73

51.35

55.54

62.27

11.56%

 

Library

0.2

0.22

0.12

0.12

0.12

-11.99%

 

Public Health

422.02

454.48

463.18

514.51

574.17

8.00%

 

Water Supply

150.53

175.48

183.11

189.36

209.38

8.60%

 

Roads and buildings

157.27

173.02

187.37

191.79

211.4

7.67%

 

9-c Grant

34.36

36.99

40.23

0

0

 

 

Total Establishment Expenses

956.59

1053.58

1098.56

1132.76

1272.95

7.40%

2

Contingencies

 

General Dept

36.3

42.54

28.49

41.35

51.48

9.13%

 

Tax Dept

0.38

9.99

5.76

1.99

1.47

40.24%

 

Estate

2.7

1.75

1.76

1.06

0.87

-24.66%

 

Forest Dept

4.2

2.24

3.16

2.87

1.88

-18.20%

 

Library

0.23

0.29

0.28

0.16

0.07

-25.73%

 

Public Health

39.47

27.39

32.58

49.73

41.31

1.15%

 

Water Supply

27.87

35.65

29.13

39.48

43.41

11.72%

 

Roads and buildings

2.38

2.45

2.59

3.86

3.18

7.51%

 

Reserve

0.64

0

0

0

0

 

 

Total Contingencies Expenses

114.17

122.3

103.75

140.5

143.67

5.91%

3

Maintenance

 

Roads & Bldgs

90.98

97.08

6.96

259.56

89.86

-0.31%

 

Water Supply

17.35

26.07

30.98

36.23

32.8

17.26%

 

Forest Dept

0.83

2.28

1.59

1.54

1.17

8.96%

 

Total Maintenance Expenses

109.16

125.43

39.53

297.33

123.83

3.20%

4

Other Expenses

 

Amount due to IP&H for water

399.86

340.21

473.24

407.25

752.4

23.46%

 

Amount due to HPSEB for electricity

127.19

174.51

114.12

50.14

62.41

-21.13%

 

Total Other Expenses

527.05

514.72

587.36

457.39

814.81

11.51%

 

Total Revenue Expenditure

1706.97

1816.03

1829.2

2027.98

2355.26

8.38%

B

Capital Account

 

Buildings

45.45

24.08

40.88

33.59

3.94

-45.74%

 

Roads

0

0

120.3

155.82

193.18

 

 

Forest Works

1.98

1.71

2.37

2.38

1.09

-13.86%

 

Nallahs

0.03

0.54

1.97

5.5

2.3

195.90%

 

Toilets

10.09

4.2

8.87

8.02

11.12

2.46%

 

Street Lights

0

3.98

3.47

9.22

9.77

 

 

Water Works

3.19

6.69

6.86

20.24

4.8

10.75%

 

Total Capital Expenditure

60.74

41.2

184.72

234.77

226.2

38.92%

Grand total Expenditure(A+B)

1767.71

1857.23

2013.92

2262.75

2581.46

9.93%

STATUS OF MUNICIPAL FINANCES

1

Revenue Account (IA-EA)

-432.21

-778.24

-537.98

-74.31

-377.66

 

2

 Capital Account (IB-EB)

-39.66

5.79

-125.65

-83.14

-21.5

 

Overall Municipal Status

-471.87

-772.45

-663.63

-157.45

-399.16

 

 


 

Sectoral Contribution Share

S N.

Item

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

Average

INCOME (I)

A

Revenue Account

1

Tax Revenue

 

General Tax

22.7%

29.7%

24.5%

23.1%

21.4%

24.3%

 

Other Taxes

6.2%

6.5%

5.8%

7.5%

5.8%

6.4%

 

Total Tax Revenue

29.0%

36.3%

30.3%

30.6%

27.2%

30.7%

2

Non Tax Revenue

 

Rent of Buildings

7.1%

9.4%

8.3%

6.9%

8.9%

8.1%

 

Sale of water

12.3%

15.9%

25.0%

22.2%

25.9%

20.3%

 

Other Fees and Revenues

14.6%

11.9%

11.7%

13.2%

11.0%

12.5%

 

Total Non-Tax Revenue

34.0%

37.1%

45.0%

42.3%

45.8%

40.9%

3

Octroi Grant

35.4%

22.3%

20.3%

19.9%

17.7%

23.1%

 

Total Revenue Income-A

98.4%

95.7%

95.6%

92.8%

90.6%

94.6%

B

Capital Account

 

Sale of Municipal Assets

1.6%

4.3%

4.4%

7.2%

9.4%

5.4%

 

Loans

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

Grants

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

Total Capital Income-B

1.6%

4.3%

4.4%

7.2%

9.4%

5.4%

Grand total Income(A+B)

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

EXPENDITURE (E)

A

Revenue Account

1

Establishment Expenses

 

Salary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Dept

5.6%

6.0%

5.6%

5.5%

5.5%

5.6%

 

Tax Dept

1.8%

1.7%

1.7%

1.6%

1.7%

1.7%

 

Estate Branch

1.2%

1.4%

1.3%

1.0%

1.1%

1.2%

 

Forest Dept

2.3%

2.4%

2.5%

2.5%

2.4%

2.4%

 

Library

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

 

Public Health

23.9%

24.5%

23.0%

22.7%

22.2%

23.3%

 

Water Supply

8.5%

9.4%

9.1%

8.4%

8.1%

8.7%

 

Roads and buildings

8.9%

9.3%

9.3%

8.5%

8.2%

8.8%

 

9-c Grant

1.9%

2.0%

2.0%

0.0%

0.0%

1.2%

 

Total Establishment Expenses

54.1%

56.7%

54.5%

50.1%

49.3%

53.0%

2

Contingencies

 

General Dept

2.1%

2.3%

1.4%

1.8%

2.0%

1.9%

 

Tax Dept

0.0%

0.5%

0.3%

0.1%

0.1%

0.2%

 

Estate

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

0.0%

0.0%

0.1%

 

Forest Dept

0.2%

0.1%

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

 

Library

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

 

Public Health

2.2%

1.5%

1.6%

2.2%

1.6%

1.8%

 

Water Supply

1.6%

1.9%

1.4%

1.7%

1.7%

1.7%

 

Roads and buildings

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

 

Reserve

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

 

Total Contingencies Expenses

6.5%

6.6%

5.2%

6.2%

5.6%

6.0%

3

Maintenance

 

Roads & Buildings

5.1%

5.2%

0.3%

11.5%

3.5%

5.1%

 

Water Supply

1.0%

1.4%

1.5%

1.6%

1.3%

1.4%

 

Forest Dept

0.0%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.0%

0.1%

 

Total Maintenance Expenses

6.2%

6.8%

2.0%

13.1%

4.8%

6.6%

4

Other Expenses

 

Amount due to IP&H for water

22.6%

18.3%

23.5%

18.0%

29.1%

16.74%

 

Amount due to HPSEB for electricity

7.2%

9.4%

5.7%

2.2%

2.4%

-36.40%

 

Total Other Expenses

29.8%

27.7%

29.2%

20.2%

31.6%

27.69%

 

Total Revenue Expenditure

96.6%

97.8%

90.8%

89.6%

91.2%

93.2%

B

Capital Account

 

Buildings

2.6%

1.3%

2.0%

1.5%

0.2%

1.5%

 

Roads

0.0%

0.0%

6.0%

6.9%

7.5%

4.1%

 

Forest Works

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.0%

0.1%

 

Nallahs

0.0%

0.0%

0.1%

0.2%

0.1%

0.1%

 

Toilets

0.6%

0.2%

0.4%

0.4%

0.4%

0.4%

 

Street Lights

0.0%

0.2%

0.2%

0.4%

0.4%

0.2%

 

Water Works

0.2%

0.4%

0.3%

0.9%

0.2%

0.4%

 

Total Capital Expenditure

3.4%

2.2%

9.2%

10.4%

8.8%

6.8%

Grand total Expenditure(A+B)

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%