Aranya Housing Case Study

EWS I ? income 200, Plot size 35.32, no. of plots 1962, population 19620 EWS II ? income 300, Plot size 35.52, no. of plots 1500, population 15000 EWS III ? income 400, Plot size 35.52, no. of plots 800, population 8000 EWS total 66.35% LIG I ? income 450, Plot size 44.62, no. of plots 182, population 910 LIG II ? income 500, Plot size 55.82, no. of plots 617, population 3085 LIG III ? income 600, Plot size 93.03, no. of plots 265, population 2950 LIG total 10.82% MIG I ? income 1100, Plot size 139.54, no. of plots 626, population 6260 MIG II ? income 1800, Plot size 223.26, no. of plots 265, population 2650 MIG total 13.87% HIG I ? income 1800+, Plot size 325.59, no. of plots 180, population 1850 HIG II ? income 1800+, Plot size 474.43, no. of plots 75, population 750 FLATS ? income 1800+, Plot size 613.94, no. of plots 40, population 3200 HIG total 9.02% Moreover, the township also provides spaces for with facilities and amenities like Community science centre, playground, Formal and Informal Commercial activities, police station, swimming pool, fire station, police station, sports club, library, museum, open air theatre, auditorium, community Hall, petrol pump. However, these facilities have not come up in totality. But, perhaps, it is now the right time for the commercial development to come up with the population already at the site. Because of the increased real estate value of the spaces, 20 years after, it would be more commercially feasible.

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