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Later a third phase was planned for Sectors 48 to 56, when the number of migrants to the city increased. The third phase was not part of the original master plan prepared by Le Corbusier. To control unplanned development around the city, the Periphery Control Act, was passed. It created a buffer zone of 8km radius around the city of agricultural land. This was then increased to a 16km radius by The total area occupied by the city and the radius around it was around sq. Following the re-organisation of the state of Punjab and creation of the new state of Haryana, everything drastically changed.
It is now 1 million plus persons residing in Chandigarh. Chandigarh was made a Union Territory and it acted as the capital of both the states.
It was chaired by Secretary, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India and the Chief Secretaries of Punjab and Haryana and the Chief Commissioner of UT Chandigarh to resolve the matters pertaining to developments around Chandigarh and to suggest measures for not compromising the original intent of the Chandigarh Plan.
They created the Chandigarh Urban Complex CUC which was entirely within the originally conceptualized 8km radius periphery control belt. This included parts of both Mohali and Panchkula.
In addition, it included 27 villages around Mohali and 23 villages around Panchkula. The 16km radius periphery control area was included in this and some additional regions from Haryana and Punjab. Ribeiro, having a periphery control radius of 50km. This plan was the layer system devised and had six layers.
However, No approval was accorded to this Plan. The sectors of Mohali are fully integrated with the sectors of Chandigarh city.
After the formation of Haryana, the state government adopted the periphery control act and notified it. The Haryana government followed a township based development model. Different townships were notified which had different purposes. A development plan was prepared for the Panchkula region in called the Haryana Development Plan. It was realized that the growth of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula cannot be seen in isolation. After the failure of adhoc plans, a committee was constituted to draft the Chandigarh Master Plan Initially Ahmedabad city acted as an administrative centre for Gujarat.
However, it was envisaged to make a capital city in lines with Chandigarh with good infrastructure facilities where the Government offices would be placed. Land was acquired 23kms north of Ahmedabad from villages covering an area of 57sq.
The location was selected because the land was leveled with a gentle slope which allowed good drainage of water. The close proximity of the land to Sabarmati River had assured ample water supply.
The site had good transportation connection to National Highway 8 and to the Ahmedabad-Kalol State highway. Mewada and his assistant Prakash M Apte. The city was divided in 30 sectors. The sector size was one kilometer by three- fourth kilometer. The government building was placed in the heart of the city, in Sector Majority of the sectors were residential in terms of land use.
Each sector was planned be complete with all basic residential facilities such as schools, shopping, gardens, etc which were placed in the center of each sector for easy accessibility. The main pattern of road had grid and the road system was modeled to curb urban congestion by separating automobile and pedestrians.
The land acquired on the eastern bank was allotted to the Border Security force and military cantonment. Considering the mostly south- west to north-east wind direction, the land to the north of the city was allotted to a thermal power station and the adjacent areas were zoned for industrial use.
At the same time it was ensured that there was not much contrast between these classes. Private housing had been provided along with government housing, thereby eliminating exclusive government colonies. This act restricted the growth around 5 miles 8kms of GNA. The new town was planned for a population of 1,50, over a period of 25 years around with a further possible expansion to 3,00, around by the end of 50 years.
The plan provided for 10, jobs in government employment and jobs in industry.
To retain the identity of the city as the New Capital its growth was planned away from the city of Ahmedabad towards the south. Apte had shifted to Gandhinagar.
In , the capital had a population of 25, principally made up of government employees. Apte The population inside the GMC region grew by only 6, people from to In contract to that population outside the GMC grew by 46, people in the same duration.
The removal of the periphery control act brought in a lot of new development in the periphery. The growth which was otherwise not possible inside GMC as the land was not released for the development by the government saw a quick growth outside the GMC periphery.
The area for commercial use from 0.
High court of Gujarat after the division of the state was initially located in Navrangpura, Ahmedabad Since When the construction of New office was discussed the lawyers and judges refused to move to Gandhinagar stating that there maximum clients were in Ahmedabad.
The jurisdictional area of GUDA was sq. The plan was prepare for the year The development plan proposed the growth of the city towards the south on the Ahmedabad- Gandhinagar Airport road.
The plan was sanctioned by the State Government in The development in the GUDA region took place through Town Planning Schemes 23 Town Planning schemes- one is final and other are at various stages of approval after Architect Albert Mayer , the initial planner of Chandigarh, lamented the American rejection of City Beautiful concepts and declared "We want to create a beautiful city The necessity to have a new capital for East Punjab in India then, led to the development of Chandigarh.
The government carved out Chandigarh of nearly 50 Puadhi speaking villages of the then state of East Punjab , India. Albert Mayer, during his work on the development and planning of the new capital city of Chandigarh, developed a superblock-based city threaded with green spaces which emphasized cellular neighborhoods and traffic segregation.
His site plan used natural characteristics, using its gentle grade to promote drainage and rivers to orient the plan. Mayer discontinued his work on Chandigarh after developing a master plan for the city when his architect-partner Matthew Nowicki died in a plane crash in Government officials recruited Le Corbusier to succeed Mayer and Nowicki, who enlisted many elements of Mayer's original plan without attributing them to him.
Le Corbusier also designed the general layout of the city, dividing it into sectors. It is open to give and open to receive. These include Geometric Hill and Martyrs Memorial; drawings were made, and they were begun in , but they were never completed.
Chandigarh was located on the border of both states and the states moved to incorporate the city into their respective territories. However, the city of Chandigarh was declared a union territory to serve as capital of both states.
These villages were a part of the pre-Chandigarh era. The city, lying in the northern plains, includes a vast area of flat, fertile land.