This story is from May 25, A consultant will be appointed to unveil a blueprint for the plan area comprising 8, sqkm spread over Chennai, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts, besides parts of Vellore district, making it the second largest urban cluster in the country after the National Capital Region. The exercise will involve revising the existing master plan that now covers an area of 1, sqkm, having been expanded from the original sqkm. The second master plan, which came into force in September , was to be in effect till
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Senthil K. Kalai Vendhan Shanmugam 2. Master Plan Requirements 1. The first Master Plan laid down policies and programmes for overall development of CMA taking long-term view of the requirements. It dealt with distribution of future population in various parts of CMA, policies for economic growthand future location of economic activities, future physical developments, circulation pattern, programmes for Traffic and Transportation, developments of land use zoning, requirements of urban infrastructures for the future population, policies and programmes for sectoral developments and development control regulations.
Land use regulation under Master Plan for CMA, The land use plan was enforced through a set of regulations under Development Control Rules, which formed part of the master plan. Any person intending to make any development is required to apply under Tamil Nadu Town and Country Planning Act, , and obtain Planning Permission. Spatial Strategy The objectives of the plan are to provide for: a Optimum utilization of land by channalising the developments considering the latest policies and programmes of the Government.
The issues that need to be addressed immediately are the following: Capacity of almost all roads in the present system is reduced due to poor quality of riding surface, inadequate pedestrian pavement, poor lighting conditions and lack of properly designed intersections.
The parking shortage is acute in the CBD area. The demand for parking in CBD is 1. Nagar, Purasawalkam and Mylapore. Parking is inadequate along the major arterial roads. Since the urban areas abutting the city area are targeted by the urbanization process, projection of future population, planning for achieving a balanced growth in terms of population density, planning for provision of adequate infrastructure facilities, strengthening of the institutional mechanisms, monitoring and enforcing of regulatory measures, planning for in-built mid-course corrective measures and futuristic planning for adjacent areas outside the metropolitan area need emphasis.
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Chennai (CMDA) Master Plan 2026 – Volume 1 : Major Road Networks Map (Chennai City)
Residents say patta land classified as lake in goof-up, want planning body to rectify error soon to prevent encroachments. Adding to the misery of the people, patta land in the same area with different survey number has been marked as a waterbody forcing those who have bought the land to approach CMDA to rectify it. He said he had been approaching CMDA since January and all they had to say was that the land use map was as per litho map. They also ignored that survey number 25 was a waterbody and had been marked as primary residential area. The Tahsildar is said to have sent a letter on March requesting Chennai Metropolitan Area land use map of Kundrathur Village should be rectified. The blame lies in monopoly of certain departments, say officials. Most of them continue in office trying to have hegemony over it as it has been lucrative.
Waterbody goes missing from Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority land use map
The online web based land information system has been tested by CMDA over many months and is expected to move from beta status to live status. Being an agency responsible for the master planning of the Chennai Metropolitan area, this initiative will take CMDA into the select league of global cities, that host its master plan online. This is important as areas under ASI are regulated upto m from the site. No construction is permitted within m and is strongly regulated above and below m. The application allows for searching by Village Name and also Survey Number of the property. The application allows for switching of the base map between Google Street and also Hybrid view. This significantly helps know their relative location compared to other landmarks.
CMDA Landuse Information System
Master Plans outline the manner of development of towns and cities with an emphasis on land use, allotments for residential, commercial, industrial and public use. Implementation is enforced through Development Regulations DR and zoning that monitor and control development in the city. The Act focuses on in situ rehabilitation, provision of basic services, and protecting slum dwellers from eviction. In contravention to the spirit of the Act, the TNSCB resorts to evictions and resettlements to colonies in the peripheries of the city under the pretext of better housing and environment. A advocate commissioner report on resettlement colonies identified a lack of civic and social welfare infrastructure such as hospitals, schools and public distribution systems near resettlement colonies. The peripheralisation of the urban poor coupled with bad connectivity has affected their livelihoods, community networks and access to the city.
CMDA to appoint consultant to prepare third master plan for Chennai