- Veröffentlicht: 22. Oktober 2018
More than 14,000 citizens have submitted their suggestions — on sustainable mobility, waste management, healthcare, education, water, green city, safety, security, sports, e-governance, emergency services, information technology, and economic development in Pimpri Chinchwad — to the city transformation office (CTO).
Stakeholders’ meetings, with six focused areas, were conducted to collect the suggestions. In the first phase, a draft city development report has been prepared with the help of citizens, civic officials and corporators. The CTO is being handled by private firm Palladium since January.
“A strategic plan would be developed based on practices from Birmingham, Rio, Santiago, Manchester, Stuttgart and Barcelona. Pimpri Chinchwad would then become a sustainable city with effective implementation of waste management, safety, security, sports and green city’ projects,” civic chief Shravan Hardikar had said.
Quelle/Source: The Times of India, 15.10.2018