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Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

HOUSING DEPARTMENT
Provincial Housing Authority
Peshawar
MODEL TOWN, PESHAWAR

Infrastructure Development
Public-Private Partnership Model

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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DESCRIPTION

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List of Abbreviations
Section-1

Executive Summary

1 to 3

Section-2

Project Description

4 to 9

Section-3

Project For PPP Model

10 to 17

Section-4

Choice of Public Private Partnership (PPP)

18 to 21

Section-5

Financial Model for PPP

22 to 29

Section-6

Conclusions-Recommendations

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Annexure

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Annexure-3.1, Roads Cross Sections

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Annexure-3.2, Capital Cost Estimates

33 to 41

List of Abbreviations
Nr.

Abbreviation

Description

PHA

Provincial Housing Authority

KPK

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

PPP

Public-Private-Partnership

BT

Build-Transfer

PKR

Pak Rupees

NVP

Net Present Value

FIRR

Financial Internal Rate of Return

NRM

National Reference Manual

Revenue Kanal

Means 1/8 of an acre / 5,545 sq.ft.

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Urban Kanal

Means 4,500 sq.ft / 500 sq.yd.

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Pak Rs.

Pakistan Currency, Ruppes

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US $

US Dollar, equal to Pak Rs.100

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NEPRA

National Electric Power Regulatory Authority

SECTION-1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Provincial Housing Authority (PHA), Government of KPK, Housing


Department, Peshawar intends to develop the mega city of Model Town, Peshawar
on the basis of following modes:

Land-Sharing: The land owners will be offered 25% of land so provided in


the shape of developed residential plot, the development charges will be
borne by the allottee; and
Public Private Partnership (PPP): The development of infrastructure on
PPP basis, is proposed to be allotted to the PPP and experience so gained
will be applied to other similar projects as well. The PPP selected on
competitive bidding basis will be offered raw land for its development as
per plans provided by PHA, and PPP will commence sale proceed on
agreed rate/share which will be the consideration amount for execution
and completion of works. The sale proceeds are proposed to be deposited
in a joint account for its sharing between PHA and PPP at the agreed
proportion.

In the Model, basic sharing formula would be as under:


PPP

Fin. Internal Rate of Return (FIRR)


Local disturbance, security
Risk factor
Misc. Issues-Local Security
Total

17% (permitted by NEPRA for IPPs)


05%
05%
05%
32% say 35%

PHA

Fin. Internal Rate of Return (FIRR)


Administrative-Management
Total

15%
05%
20%

The project cost estimates have been determined as under:

Total Infrastructure
Infrastructure for PPP Model
Deferred Infrastructure
Proportioning for PPP Model

US$ 956.83 million


US$ 601.67 million
US$ 355.16 million
= 601.67/956.83 x 100
= 63%
Say 65%

The deferred infrastructure includes:

Sewage treatment plant.


Solid waste management.
Underground electrification.
Telecommunication.
Gas Provision.

The income out of sale proceeds as such will move to PPP in the proportion of 65%,
the balance of 35% will be with PHA for execution of deferred infrastructure at a
later stage.
In the Model, feasibility for the mode of operation has been conducted and finale
of the same is presented hereunder:
Project
PPP Modality

Assumptions

Cost of Infrastructure Development, Total


Cost of Infrastructure Development, PPP
Model
Construction period
NPV - PPP
FIRR - PHA

FIRR PPP

Model Town
Build, Transfer (BT)
- Discount rate 10%
- Cost of Infrastructure development
determined as per the master plan,
and infrastructure so designed.
- Sales proceeds of plots per kanal
will be as under:
o Residential: US$ 40,000
(US$ 80/sq.yd)
o Commercial: US$ 80,000
(US$ 160/sq.yd)
Maximum FIRR for PPP: 35%
Price Variation & Price of Plot: 05%
increase per year.
US$ 956.83 million (present value)
US$ 601.67 million (present value)
6 years
US$ 98.88 million
110% of PPPs Investment; in addition
to proportion of sale proceeds for
development of deferred /balance
infrastructure (not part of PPP Model)
35%. The excess over 35% will be
available to PHA for the development
of additional infrastructure to be
intimated by PHA for the purpose.

The financial model as such is viable and is considered for its implementation for
the proposed Model Town. The experience so gained may be applied for
development of other similar projects.
However, a part of the income from sale proceeds, FIRR-PPP in excess of 35%, is
proposed to be set aside for development of either some social infrastructure
within the town or may be transferred to exchequer of the KPK Government.

SECTION-2
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
2.1

General
The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) through Housing Department has
decided to develop a mega housing project in Peshawar; intentions are to clear the
backlog and meet the increasing demands for residential plots / shelter. The
PHA/Housing Department identified for the purpose, land of about 106,000 kanals
at Urmar Maira, Peshawar. The objectives of the proposed Model Town include:

Increasing the housing stock in the province for Government Servant &
General Public and to attract the people from other provinces for
investment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Stopping the haphazard growth of Housing Schemes by private sector
developers in the area.
Providing Plot to the poor segment of General public & built up House to
the Government servant at affordable cost.
Appropriate service level that fulfills basic needs of different economic
levels i.e. affordability level of the income groups;
Planning a comprehensive program or the development of satellite,
intermediate, secondary and industrial towns to reduce migration and
drift to big settlement.
Mobilizing resources and generate funds in order to provide finance for
housing especially to the low income group.
Development of appropriate cost-recovery mechanisms to ensure
sustainability of the Model Town.

The PHA intends to develop the proposed housing on Public Private Partnership
(PPP/P3) and mode of a preferred operation is to be selected for the development
of the town.
2.2

Master Planning

2.2.1

Location of the Project


The location of the proposed housing scheme is included in Exhibit-2.1.

Exhibit-2.1, Location of Proposed Housing Scheme


The proposed site, about 106,000 kanals, is located 13 KM approx. from
Motorway (M-1) and G.T. Road on their southern side. The proposed access from
M-1 would consume hardly 6-8 minutes to access the proposed Model Town.
2.2.2

Master Planning Criteria


The criteria for the proposed housing is derived from the National Reference
Manual (NRM) and usually practiced in the country/KPK. The planning criteria so
developed and appropriate to the proposed site are included in Table-2.1.
Table-2.1, Planning Criteria for Proposed Housing
Nr.
1
2
3
4
5
7

Land Use
Residential
Commercial
Public Building
Open Spaces & Parks
Grave Yard
Roads
Total

%age
50
5
6
7
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30
100

The said criteria included in the above table will permit about 50% of the land under
residential plots.
2.2.3

Site Features

a. Existing Access to the Site


The proposed housing scheme is located along Shamshatoo Road coming from
the city. The existing road network is included in Exhibit-2.2.

Exhibit-2.2, Existing Access to the Site


b. Site Boundary-Configuration
The boundary configuration of the proposed site is presented in Exhibit-2.3.

Exhibit-2.3, Boundaries of the Project Site

The site is bounded by Jallozai Canal in the north, Shamshattoo Road in the west,
Cherat Road on the east and southwards.
c. Surrounding of the Site
The surrounding of the site is Jallozai Housing Colony and UET, Jallozai
presently under development, barren and agriculture land on other sides of the
proposed site.
d. Site Topography
The terrain of the site is rolling to flat; salient features of the site are included in
Table-2.2.
Table-2.2, Salient Features of the Proposed Site
Features
Terrain
Level difference
Natural Water Streams
Habitation
Land Use

Underlying Strata

Remarks
The terrain is rolling to flat
The level difference is about 500 ft.
Quite a lot natural water streams (non-perennial)
are existent in the site
The existing habitation is scattered in the site;
four main settlements are in existent.
The present land use comprises agriculture,
natural water streams, and barren land. A road,
which is in bad shape passes through the site
Based on existing water abstraction wells,
potential of underground water for use in the
proposed housing is certain.

The electricity could be provided to the proposed colony from the nearby
available source whereas gas is to be managed from about location close to the
Ring Road.
2.2.4

Master Planning
The planning of the housing scheme has been completed; the master plan is
included in Exhibit-2.4.

The proposed Model Town has been planned according to contemporary


principles of planning and design criteria of PHA applicable to such housing
projects. The roads in the master plan are as under:

Commercial Mall (Access Road): 1,100 feet


Sector Roads: 150 feet
Roads with Sectors: 40-100 feet

The proposed land use of the Housing is included in Table-2.3.


Table-2.3, Land Use in the Town
Nr.

Description

%age

Kanals

1
2
3
4
5
6

Residential
Commercial & Parking
Open/Green Spaces, Parks
Roads
Public Buildings
Grave Yard
Total

49.89%
5.01%
11.15%
25.50%
6.44%
2.01%
100.00%

52,883
5,311
11,819
27,030
6,826
2,131
106,000

It is noted from the above land use that about 50% of the total land is under
residential plots whereas commercial plots comprise about 5% of the gross land.
Proposed sizes for different categories of plots are given below; however, the size
of odd plots may be different.

2-kanal
1-kanal
10-Marla
05-Marla
03-Marla

75 x 120
50 x 90
30 x 65
25 x 45
20 x 34

SECTION-3
PROJECT FOR PPP MODEL
3.1

General
The entire town comprising 23 sectors is included in the proposed PPP Mode of
development. Upon successful completion of the selected methodology, the same
will be repeated for other similar projects as well.
The zoning plan / sectors in the town are included in Exhibit-3.1.

17-Residential

1-Health(A-5)

3-Institutional /
Education

1-Park(C-2, C-3)

1-Sports(A-4)

Exhibit-3.1, Zoning Plan of the Town


The layout plan of the Town is presented in Exhibit-3.2.
The scope of development work covered under development comprises
development of all sectors excluding internal development of sports, education,
assembly buildings, Apartment Sector and institutional buildings which will be
taken care separately.

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Exhibit-3.2, Layout of Sectors Proposed for Development

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The characteristics of the town in terms of residential and commercial plots for sale
by PPP are included in Table-3.1.
Table-3.1, Characteristics of Model Town

Nr.

Description

Unit

Qty

Land to Landlord

25%

Residential Area

49.89%

Total Land Area

Revenue Kanals

106,000

Total Land Area

Urban Kanals

128,260

Residential area

Revenue kanals

52,883

Residential area

Urban kanals

63,988

Area to Landlord

Urban kanals

21,901

Balance for PPP

Urban kanals

42,087

Residential land available for Sale

%age

65.77

It is noted from the above table that area for sale under residential plots is 42,087
urban kanals and 21,901 will be allocated to land owners toward land-sharing
formula whereas commercial area for sale is 6,426 Urban kanals (5,311 Revenue
kanals, Land use, Table-2.3 above refers).
3.2

Roads Network in the Town

Various categories of roads are included in the town; comprise 40-150 feet. In
addition, the Commercial Broadway, 1,100 feet is also part of the road network.
The roads network is included in Exhibit-3.3.

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80' WIDE

DE
WI

15

ROAD

ROAD

DE
WI
80'
AD
RO
80'
AD
RO

ID

ROA

WID

D 100'

80'

10
0'

E
D 80'
ROA

ROA

AD

RO

10
0'

ROAD

AD

RO

AD

AD

D 80'

DE
WI
80'
AD
RO

WID

AD

RO

D 80'

ROA

NG

WID
150'

ID

AD

RO
RO

RO

150'
W

WI

RO

AD

D 80'

100' WIDE

150'

WIDE

ROAD

WID

WIDE

ROAD 100'

ROAD 100'

WID
E

D 80'

RO

DE

WI

80'

150

RO

ROA

AD

AD

ROA

ROA

80'

DE
WI

RO

ROA

150'

DE
WI

AD

80'

E
D 80'
ROA

WID

DE
WI

RO

AD

WID

DE

WI
80'
AD
RO

AD

RO

WID

D 80'

ROA

RO

WID

AD

80'

WIDE
ROAD 150'

D 80'

ROA

RO

E
AD
RO

ROAD

WID

AD

80'

80'

WID

D 80'

RO

AD

ROAD

150' WIDE

ROA

WIDE

RO

80'

ROAD

WID

WID

WID

D 80'

80' WIDE

WID

ROAD 150'
E
WID

ROA

D 150'

80'

RO

DE

' WI

WID

D 80'

ROA
WID

ROA

80'

WIDE

ROA

E
AD

RO

E
AD

E
D 80'

ROAD 150' WIDE

DE
WI
80'
AD
RO

ROA

D 80'

WID

80' WIDE

AD

ROAD 100'

DE
' WI
100

ROAD

WID

80'

RO

ROAD

100' WIDE

150

150

150'

AD

AD

RO

RO
E
D 80'
ROA

AD

WID

AD

DE
' WI

RO

80'

AD

AD
RO

WID

RO

80' WIDE

WID

ROA

RO

80'

ROAD

RO

WID

AD

80' WIDE

AD

80'

RO

AD

RO

ROAD 80' WIDE

ROAD

D 80'

E
WID
150'

DE
WI

RO
AD

ROA

80'
AD

RO

G
RIN

RO

AD

The length of various category of roads in the Town is included in Table-3.2


Table-3.2, Length of various Category Roads in the Town

Sr. Nr.

Roads Wide

Roads Length ft

1100'

23,956

150'

266,800

100'

130,887

80'

285,585

60'

361,997

50'

688,450

40'

583,207

Total, ft
Total, km

2,340,882
713.68

It is evident from the table that about 714 km of various types of roads are part of
the PPP Model. The typical road cross sections of the said roads are included in
Annexure-3.1.
The intended provisions for the model are as under:
PPP Model

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.

Roads & Allied Works


Water Supply System
Sewerage
Storm Water Drainage
Ducts for Underground Electricity & Gas
Landscaping-Development of Parks

Deferred

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Underground Electrification
Sewage Treatment Plant
Solid Wastes Management
Telecommunication
Gas

The said deferring of infrastructure is necessitated due to significant periods


between the development and colonization when such facilities are either not
immediately needed or may deteriorate over the period due to being in idle
situation.

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The infrastructure included in the model in quantitative form is included in Table3.3.


Table-3.3, Abstract of Infrastructure in Quantitative Form

Road Work of various category roads


Water Supply
Installation of Tube Wells, 2 cusecs capacity
HDPE Piping, PN-8, 90 mm -250 mm
Sewerage
RCC Pipe, 9 72
Surface Drainage,
Construction of catch pit complete in all respects
Battery of Box Culverts, 10 ft x 10 ft
Road crossings for Electrical Conduit
Single circuit containing 2 barrels of RCC pipes
Double circuit containing 4 barrels of RCC pipes
Landscaping-Parks
Landscaping-development of Parks
Ducting for Gas
RCC Pipe, 6" dia

3.3

Project Cost

3.3.1

Entire Sectors

Km

714

No.
Rft

80
1,295,000

Rft

1,511,000

Each
Sft

5,500
438,600

Rft
Rft

570,000
175,426

Sft

24,763,000

Rft

701,700

The development cost of entire Town has been worked out as US$ 956.83 million,
abstract is included in Table-3.4.
Table-3.4, Abstract of Cost Estimates
Amount,
million US$
0
908.82
908.82

Nr.

Description

Unit

Quantity

1
2
3
4
4.1
4.2

Land Cost
Infrastructure
Base Cost
Contingencies
Normal
Price Escalation
Sub Total for Contingencies
Consulting Services
Planning and Design
Supervision of Construction
Sub Total for Consulting Services
Marketing, Legal Fee, etc.
Grand Total

kanals
Job

106,000
1

%
3

2%
0%

18.18
18.18

Job
%

LS
1.25%

2.00%

0.30
11.36
11.66
18.18
956.83

5
5.1
5.2
6

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3.3.2

Provisions of the PPP Model

The cost estimates for the PPP Model is determined as US$ 601.67 million, the
abstract is included in Table-3.5.
Table-3.5, Project Cost Estimates for PPP Model
Nr.

1
2
3
4
4.1
4.2
5
5.1
5.2
6

Description

Land Cost
Infrastructure
Base Cost
Contingencies
Normal
Price Escalation
Sub Total for Contingencies
Consulting Services
Planning and Design
Supervision of Construction
Sub Total for Consulting Services
Marketing, Legal Fee, etc.
Grand Total

Amount,
million US$
0.00
571.38
571.38

Unit

Quantity

kanals
Job

106,000
1

%
3

2%
0%

11.43
0.00
11.43

Job
%

LS
1.25%

2.00%

0.30
7.14
7.44
11.43
601.67

The cost of deferred infrastructure is worked out as US$ 355.16 million, details are
included in Table-3.6.
Table-3.6, Cost Estimates for Deferred Infrastructure
Nr.

1
2
3
4
4.1
4.2
5
5.1
5.2
6

Description

Land Cost
Infrastructure
Base Cost
Contingencies
Normal
Price Escalation
Sub Total for Contingencies
Consulting Services
Planning and Design
Supervision of Construction
Sub Total for Consulting Services
Marketing, Legal Fee, etc.
Grand Total

Quantity

kanals
Job

106,000
1

%
3

2%
0%

6.75
0.00
6.75

Job
%

LS
1.25%

2.00%

0.00
4.22
4.22
6.75
355.16

The details of the above estimates are included in Annexure-3.2.

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Amount,
million US$
0.00
337.44
337.44

Unit

Under the situation, the split-up of development of infrastructure is as under:

Total Project Cost


PPP Model Cost
Infra Cost for PPP Model

US$ 956.83 million


US$ 601.67 million
65%

As such, while determining the financial parameters, 65% of the income from sale
proceeds of residential and commercial plots will be the income of the PPP for the
Financial Model to be developed for the purpose.

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SECTION-4
CHOICE OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

4.1

Choice of PPP Model

4.1.1

General

The option of PPP mode for developing proposed town (initially on Public-Private
partnership, PPP) basis is adopted; the suggested methodology could be as under:

The Private party be selected through competitive bidding basis that will
construct and transfer the completed works to PHA;
PHA will hand over the entire town free of any encumbrances measuring
about 106,000 kanals;
The PPP will develop the town as per technical specifications and designs
provided to it for the purpose;
PHAs Consultants will supervise the execution and completion of works
ensuring that the completed works fulfil the contract requirements;
The PPP will generate funds through sale of residential and commercial
plots earmarked by the PHA (prescribed proportion of residential plots will
move over to the Land Owners on Land-Sharing Basis). The funds so
generated will be faithfully utilized by the PPP for the timely development
of infrastructure;
Upon completion of development works, the same will be handed over to
the Buyers in close coordination of the PHA which will legally transfer the
plots at its end; and
The PPP in lieu of financial gains out of the sale of residential plots will
either develop other infrastructure allocated for the purpose by PHA to
share the income in the agreed proportion as per Project FIRR.

Different options of the public private partnership models considered and


evaluated for selection of preferred option are included hereunder.
4.1.2

Option 1, Development by PHA

Under the option, the entire development of infrastructure is proposed to be taken


up by PHA itself and sale proceeds to public servants / general public would be
through easy installments; 20% down payment and the balance in 10 equal
installments over a period of 10-years.

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4.1.3

Option 2, Joint Venture Mode

The Joint venture is a form of public private partnership in which both the PHA
and the private party make equity contributions and pool their resources towards
the project development and implements the project by forming a Special Purpose
Vehicle (SPV). When the SPV is established, it will have a separate legal identity
and it is through this company that the common enterprise of the public and
private partners will be carried out. The PHA and the private party will own the
shares of the joint venture company and there will be a board of directors made up
of representatives of the shareholders.
4.1.4

Option 3, PPP-Build-Transfer Mode

The Build-Transfer (BT) is a contractual arrangement whereby the private party


undertakes the financing and construction of an infrastructure project and after its
completion hands it over to the PHA. The PHA will reimburse the total project
investment by way of sale proceeds of the residential plots, on the basis of an
agreed rate and schedule. This arrangement may be employed in the construction
of any infrastructure project, including critical facilities, which for security or
strategic reasons must be operated directly by the PHA. In the case of Model Town,
the PPP (Developer) would finance and construct infrastructure for PHA, which
will reimburse in the form of developed residential plots over and above the ones
to be provided to land owners on Land-sharing basis.
4.1.5

Evaluation and Selection

Under the options as mentioned hereinabove, the preferred option is the Option-3
i.e. Build and Transfer, therefore, it is proposed to opt for the option; the option
can serve as a sustainable model that can be replicated for all other similar projects.
The joint venture mode is not feasible as having SPV for every sector of the Model
Town project would be an expensive option with respect to company
establishment costs and legal issues.
In addition to this, in joint venture mode, the PHA might be expected to contribute
to working capital, which may not be possible given the current fiscal conditions.
Moreover, the PHA has a greater risk exposure in joint venture than the BT model
(where settlement to the PPP / Developer is made for work delivered) as risk
would be shared.

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4.2

Proposed Housing Scheme

The proposed housing scheme under the name and style Model Town has been
planned as per applicable planning standards and over an area of 106,000 kanals.
The land use distribution of the scheme is included in Table-4.1.
Table-4.1, Land Use of the Proposed Town

Nr.

Description

%age

Kanals
(Revenue Kanals)

Residential

49.89%

52,883

Commercial & Parking

5.01%

5,311

Open/Green Spaces, Parks

11.15%

11,819

Roads

25.50%

27,030

Public Buildings

6.44%

6,826

Grave Yard

2.01%

2,131

Total 100.00%

106,000

The land for proposed housing is based on land-sharing basis i.e. no acquisition is
involved, but land is shared with the land lords. Under the scenario, the residential
and commercial and available for the PPP to sell it out at agreed rate and schedule
of payment, is worked out and presented in Table-4.2.
Table-4.2, Land available for PPP for Sale

Nr.

Description

Unit

Qty

Land to Landlord

25%

Residential Area

49.89%

Total Land Area

Revenue Kanals

106,000

Total Land Area

Urban Kanals

128,260

Residential area

Revenue kanals

52,883

Residential area

Urban kanals

63,988

Area to Landlord

Urban kanals

21,901

Balance for PPP

Urban kanals

42,087

Commercial Plots for sale

Urban kanals

6,426

Residential land available for Sale

%age

65.77

It is noted from the above calculation that the land secured from the landlords is
revenue kanal whereas the plots allocation will be on urban kanal basis. The

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residential land available for sale is 65.77% of total residential area, it is evident
from the above table.

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SECTION-5
FINANCIAL MODEL FOR PPP

5.1

PPP Mode-Basic Parameters

5.1.1

Inflows

The inflow to the financial determination will comprise:

Sale Proceeds from residential plots


Sale proceeds from commercial plots

The sale proceeds of residential and commercial plots are estimated as under:

5.1.2

Residential Plot
Commercial Plot

US$ 40,000 per kanal (US$80/sq.yd.)


US$ 80,000 per kanal (US$160/sq.yd.)

Outflows

The outflows of the PPP Model shall comprise cost of infrastructure less the ones
excluded from the model.
5.1.3

Basic Assumptions

The basic assumptions and anticipated income for sale of plots is worked out and
included in Table-5.1.

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Table-5.1, Basic Assumptions and PPPs Income from Sale of Residential Plots
Description
Total area of land for residential plots in entire Town
Available residential plotted land for Sale
Percentage of residential area available for sale
Gross Area within the Sector
Residential Area within the Town
Residential area for sale
Area under Commercial Plots
Sale price per 1-kanal Commercial Plot
Sale proceeds from commercial plots
Residential Plots for Sale, Kanals
Sale Price for Residential 1-kanal plot
Sale proceeds for residential plots
Total sale proceeds (commercial + residential plots)
Development of Infrastructure-PPP Model
Price variation & Plot Sale Enhancement/year
5.1.4

Amount
63,988
42,087
65.77
128,260
63,988
42,087
6,426
80,000
514,066,080
42,087
40,000
1,683,480,000
2,197,546,080
601,673,609

Unit
Urban Kanals
Urban Kanals
%age
Urban Kanals
Urban Kanals
Urban Kanals
Urban Kanals
US$
US$
Urban Kanals
US$
US$
US$
US$
%age

Cost of Infrastructure Development

The cost of infrastructure development for the Town works out as US$ 956.83
million and out of this amount, the cost for PPP Model is US$ 601.67 million, the
balance is for execution and completion of deferred infrastructure.
5.1.5

PPP (Developer) Project Revenue

Residential and commercial plots in the housing will be given to the PPP as
reimbursement; it will sell out the plots at a rate mutually agreed between the PHA
and PPP.
5.1.6

Revenue from Residential and Commercial Area

The sale proceeds of residential and commercial plots will generate income as US$
2,197.54 million (present value), and abstract is included in Table-5.2.

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Table-5.2, Income from Sale Proceeds of Plots


Description

Amount

Unit

Residential area for sale

42,087

Urban Kanals

Area under Commercial Plots

6,426

Urban Kanals

Estimated sale price per 1-kanal Commercial Plot

80,000
514,066,080

US$
US$

Residential Plots for Sale

42,087

US$

Sale Price for Residential 1-kanal plot

40,000

US$

Total estimates sale proceeds for residential plots

1,683,480,000

US$

Total sale proceeds (commercial + residential plots)

2,197,546,080

US$

601,673,609

US$

%age

Total estimated sale proceeds from commercial plots

Development of Infrastructure
Price variation & Plot Sale Enhancement/year
5.1.7

Public Building Plots

The area allocated for public buildings have been excluded in the financial
analysis; the amount so recovered will be utilized in improving the cash flow
during operation of the housing or alternatively utilized for social purposes like
hospital, schools, etc.
5.2

Financial Analysis-PPP-Scenario

The basic assumptions-parameters under the analysis comprise:

Discount Rate
Period of Execution
Sale Proceeds
Max FIRR-PPP
Income to PPP
Price Variation
Enhancement in Sale Price

10%
6 years
5 years
35%
65% of total receipts
05% per year
05% per year

The financial analysis for the case of PPP option has been determined and situation
emerges as included in Table-5.3.

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Table-5.3, Financial Analysis- PPP, Scenario

Total
US$
(millions)

US $ (millions)
Year

CASH INFLOWS
Advance / Seed Money to Developer

Sale proceeds of Commercial Plots

205.63

154.22

102.81

25.70

25.70

514

Sale proceeds of Residential Plots

673.39

505.04

336.70

84.17

84.17

1,683

879.02

659.26

439.51

109.88

109.88

2,198

571.36

428.52

285.68

71.42

71.42

1,428

180.50

120.33

90.25

90.25

60.17

60.17

602

198.55

132.37

99.28

99.28

66.18

66.18

662

Total inflows
Inflows for PPP(less deferred Infra Cost)

65.00%

CASH OUTFLOWS
Development of Infrastructure
Development of Trunk Infrastructure, %age of Internal

110%

Availability payment returned to Government agency

0.00

Total outflows

-379.05

252.70

189.53

189.53

126.35

126.35

-1,264

Net cash flows

-379.05

318.66

238.99

96.15

-54.93

-54.93

165

Cumulative cash flows

-379.05

-60

179

275

220

165

399

40%

30%

20%

5%

5%

20%

15%

15%

10%

10%

Sale of Plots
Development of Infrastructure

30%

Development of Trunk Infrastructure by Private Partner(% of infra


cost)

110%

Net Present Value (NPV)

98.88
35%

Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR)

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It is noted from the above that FIRR for the PPP that:

FIRR for the PPP is 35% which fulfills the basic assumption of the financial
model.
The NPV is US 98.88 million.
Fifty-seven (110) % of the cost of PPP=infrastructure i.e. US$ 662 million is
surplus for allocating to additional infrastructure outside the Town or some
sort of social development within the town.

5.3

Securing PHA Risk

5.3.1

Financial Close

PHA shall take bid security of 02% of capital cost of development and allow
permission to start construction after securing Financial Close as per proposed
financial model, which shall not be less than 10% of total project cost of PPP
(Developer).
5.3.2

Irrevocable Performance Guarantee

PHA would secure its relationship with the PPP (Developer) by employing
irrevocable performance bank guarantee of 10% of capital cost. The performance
bank guarantee is an irrevocable undertaking of a bank to pay a certain amount to
the beneficiary of the guarantee within the specified limits of the guarantee, if the
bank's customer who has requested the bank to issue such guarantee i.e. the
principal has failed to fulfill his obligations towards the beneficiary. PHA would
secure irrevocable bank guarantee from the PPPs (Developers) bank against his
performance in the development work.
5.3.3

Transfer of Plots after Completion of Work

PHA shall limit its exposure by only transferring plots after the Independent
Engineer has verified that proportionate amount of work has been completed. As
plots will be transferred progressively, only small portions of the project is likely
to be exposed to default.
5.3.4

Independent Engineer

Third party Engineer to be engaged on mutual agreement of the PPP (Developer)


and PHA to monitor progress of work and quality, and sign milestone
achievement certificate before land can be transferred.
5.3.5

Step in Right

In case the PPP (Developer) defaults, and is unable to address the reasons for
default with the 45 days cure period, the PHA shall have the right to step-in and

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address the issue on behalf of the PPP (Developer) at his cost (to be deducted from
Performance Security) or terminate the Agreement and continue the project either
on its own or by replacing with another PPP (Developer) or contractor.
5.4

Risk Register

Table-5.4 provides the risk register specifying some of the major risks faced in
successful development of the project with their risk score and mitigation
strategies:
Table-5.4, Project Risk Register
Risk
Category

Risk
Implication

Likelihood

Impact

Score

PHA may scrap


the project.

Adverse impact
Environment
of surrounding
risk
environment.

10

Political risk

Change in
government
may put the
project in
jeopardy.

Force
majeure risk

Project is
abandoned.

10

Construction
delay risk

The
construction of
the facility is
stalled.

Sponsor risk

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Risk Mitigation

Termination payment to PPP


as per fair value of project (as
determined by independent
evaluator)
that
remains
uncompensated
through
transfer of plots.
a)
Environment
Impact
Assessment and conformance
to
applicable
laws
responsibility of PPP.
b) Penalty clauses in case of
default on PPPs part.
Termination payment to PPP
as per fair value of project (as
determined by independent
evaluator)
that
remains
uncompensated
through
transfer of plots.
a) Force majeure clauses in the
PPP Agreement that dictate
PPP and PHA to bear their own
losses.
b) Insurance by PPP for
insurable
events
made
mandatory.
Deduction in performance
security at agreed rate of 0.33%
per day.

Design risk

Over design of the


project.

Completion
risk

Completion of
project is delayed,
inconvenience to
end users/public

Cost overrun
risk

Project cost
increases beyond
reasonable limits.

Risk Comparison
The following figure presents the risk comparison of impact and likelihood for
the initial stage risks of the project:

RiskComparison:Impact Likelihood

Likelihood

Costoverrunrisk

Completionrisk

Designrisk

Constructionrisk

Forcemajeurerisk

Politicalrisk

Environmentrisk

7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Sponsorrisk

Score

5.5

Project design to be
approved by PHA after
review by Independent
Engineer.
Penalty clauses for time
over run in the Agreement
that start with deduction in
Performance Security, and
lead to termination of
Agreement.
PPP to bear the risk
completely
and
take
mitigation measures on its
own.

Impact

It shows that the likelihood of occurrence in blue color and impact in orange color
of the relevant risks. The Sponsors risk has likelihood of one & impact of four.
There is a rare chance of occurrence and termination payments may be taken as a
mitigating measure.

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The Environment risk has likelihood of two & impact of impact of five.
Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) has to be undertaken before the start of the
project.
Political risk has likelihood of two & impact of five. Even though the democratic
government has been elected for five year term which grants stability, PHA would
offer comfort to the PPP (Developer) with termination payments in case of PHA
scrapping the project.
The Force majeure risk has likelihood of two & impact of five and the mitigating
aspects would be managed in the concession agreement. Operating risk has
likelihood of two & impact of three, performance security clause in the concession
agreement would manage the risk.
The Design risk has likelihood of two & impact of three, a mutual agreement
between PHA & the PPP (Developer) would mitigate this risk. Completion risk has
likelihood of two & impact of four, penalty clause in the concessionaire agreement
would manage the risk.
The Cost overrun risk has likelihood of two & impact of three on the scale,
concession agreement would manage the risk of any cost over runs beyond the
ceiling.

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SECTION-6
Conclusions-Recommendations

Based on the financial analysis, sensitivity and risk fact, it is determined that the
option of PPP mode may be adopted subject to the following terms:

1. The PPP option be adopted through competitive bidding and Town


development be entrusted to the most response bidder.
2. The financial analysis combined with sensitivity analysis to the extent that
sale proceeds may not produce timely the income for the PPP, some sort of
charms for the PPP may be created by way of enhanced FIRR of the project
development, allowing about 35% as FIRR.
3. Under the analysis, the option of price escalation and likewise increase in
sale price over the period produces more viable option, therefore
considered for its adopting. The FIRR under the option is 35% and
contribution towards development of social/other infrastructure out of
sale proceeds of about 110% of Outflow/PPP-development cost which will
produce more development / other than the Town itself.

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ANNEXURES

31

Annexure-3.1
ROADS CROSS SECTIONS

32

LRT(FUTURE PROVISION)

LRT(FUTURE PROVISION)

2%

2%

COMMERCIAL
252'

60'

149'

6"

6"

GREEN AREA
12'

2%

2%

6"
PARKING /
CIRCULATION

RIGHT OF WAY

RIGHT OF WAY

CURB STONE

6"

6"
65'

6"

6"
24'

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
8" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
10" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

6"
65'

12'

GREEN AREA

PARKING /
CIRCULATION

COMMERCIAL

149'

60'

252'

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
8" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
10" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

A-TYPE
1100' WIDE ROAD

2%

1.5'

2%
2%

NSL

2%

2%

2%

1
T

1
G

E
W

1' 2' 3'-6"


16'

RIGHT OF WAY

RIGHT OF WAY

CURB STONE

E
6"

6"
3'

6"

6"

6"
14'

6'

6"

6"
24'

6"
30'

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
8" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
8" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

B-TYPE
150' WIDE ROAD

6"
24'

6'

14'

6"
3'

3'-6" 2' 1'

NSL

1.5'

16'

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


6" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
6" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

WATER
LINE

LT

2'

2'-4"

HT

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

4'
LT

GAS TL
WATER
LINE

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


MAIN SEWER
4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
8" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
8" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

MAIN SEWER

5'-6"

3'-6"

VARIES

HT

(-) 2 %

VARIES

TL GAS

3'-6"

4'

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

(-) 2 %

4'-8"

1'-6"

CL

4'-8"

2'-4"

5'-6"

2'
1'-6"

11'-4"

4'-8"
SIDE
WALK

GREEN

24'

CARRIAGEWAY

20'

MEDIAN

24'

4'-8"
SIDE
WALK

CARRIAGEWAY

50'

GREEN
50'

100'

C-TYPE
100' WIDE ROAD

11'-4"

PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

WATER
LINE

LT

1'-6"

2'-4"

HT

4'-8"

1'-6"

GAS TL
WATER
LINE

CL

4'-8"

2'-4"

2'
1'-6"

7'-4"

4'-8"
SIDE
WALK

GREEN

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

4'
LT

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


MAIN SEWER
4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
6" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
8" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

MAIN SEWER

2'

3'-6"

VARIES

HT

(-) 2 %

VARIES

TL GAS

3'-6"

4'

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

(-) 2 %

24'

CARRIAGEWAY

8'

MEDIAN

40'

4'-8"

24'

SIDE
WALK

CARRIAGEWAY

GREEN
40'

80'

D-TYPE
80' WIDE ROAD

7'-4"

1'-6"

PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

HT

LT

WATER
LINE
MAIN SEWER
2'

2'

2'

2'-6"

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
6" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
6" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

LT

5'
SIDE WALK

GREEN
18'

24'
TWO LANE SINGLE CARRIAGEWAY

24'

60'

E-TYPE
60' WIDE ROAD

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

HT

GAS

TL

2'

2'

WATER
LINE

HOUSE SEWER

2'-6"

CL

13'

4'

VARIES

3'-6"

(-) 2 %

3'-6"

4'

3'-6"

GAS

VARIES

TL

3'-6"

3'-6"

(-) 2 %

5'

13'

SIDE WALK

GREEN

18'

2'

PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

GAS

HT
WATER
LINE
MAIN SEWER

2'

2'

2'

2'

8'

SIDE WALK

13'

LT

24'
TWO LANE SINGLE CARRIAGEWAY

24'

50'

F-TYPE
50' WIDE ROAD

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

4'
HT

GAS

TL

2'

2'

WATER
LINE

HOUSE SEWER

2'

CL

5'

GREEN

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
6" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
6" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

3'-6"

VARIES

(-) 2 %

4'

VARIES

TL

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

(-) 2 %

5'

2'

8'

SIDE WALK

GREEN

13'

PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

HT

VARIES

LT

GAS

LT

GAS
HT

CL
MAIN SEWER
8'

MAIN SEWER
4'

16'

4'

GREEN
20'

20'

40'

G-TYPE
40' WIDE ROAD

8'
GREEN

3'-6"

3'-6"

4'

3'-6"

3'-6"

4'

(-) 2 %

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


6" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
6" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

VARIES

TL

3'-6"

3'-6"

(-) 2 %

TL

PARK

8 METER POLE

PROPERTY LINE

TL

WATER LINE
4'

2'

2'

2'

14'
WALKWAY+ GREEN

2"

LT

HT

2" THICK ASPHALT CONCRETE OVER


4" THICK ASPHALT BASE OVER
6" THICK WATER BOUND MACADAM (WBM) BASE OVER
6" THICK SUB - BASE MATERIAL OVER
COMPACTED EARTH

Main Sewer
4'

(-) 2.00 %

(-) 2 %

(-) 2 %

(-) 1.00 %

VARIES

4'

Gas

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

6"

(-) 2.00 %

2'-6"
16'

36'

PARKING

CARRIAGE WAY
70'

TYPICAL ROAD X-SECTION


COMMERCIAL LANE

4'
WALKWAY

Annexure-3.2
CAPITAL COST ESTIMATES

33

Summary of Cost Estimates


Nr. Description

Land Cost

Infrastructure

Base Cost

Contingencies

Unit

Quantity

kanals

106,000

Job

Amount,
million US$

908.82
908.82

4.1

Normal

2%

18.18

4.2

Price Escalation

0%

Sub Total for Contingencies


5

18.18

Consulting Services

5.1

Planning and Design

Job

LS

0.30

5.2

Supervision of Construction

1.25%

11.36

Sub Total for Consulting Services


6

Marketing, Legal Fee, etc.

11.66
%

Grand Total

2.00%

18.18
956.83

34

Summary of Cost Estimates for PPP


Nr. Description

Land Cost
2

Infrastructure

Base Cost

Contingencies

Unit

Quantity

kanals

106,000

Job

Amount,
million US$

571.38
571.38

4.1

Normal

2%

11.43

4.2

Price Escalation

0%

Sub Total for Contingencies


5

11.43

Consulting Services

5.1

Planning and Design

Job

LS

0.30

5.2

Supervision of Construction

1.25%

7.14

Sub Total for Consulting Services


6

Marketing, Legal Fee, etc.

7.44
%

Grand Total

2.00%

11.43
601.67

35

Item
Nr.
1
A.

MRS
2013
KPK
2
N.S

1.3

3-27(a)

1.5

Unit

Qty

Unit Rate,
Rupees

Amount,
Rupees

7=5x6

Road Work

1.2

1.4

Description

307(a)+318(a+b)
305(a)+304(a)+318(a+b)

1.6

3-05(a)

1.7

1603(b)+1/1

1.80

Stripping

Sft

Compaction of natural ground

Sft

Excavation in ordinary soil and disposal of surplus

Cft

Making Embankment from soil from outside source (1.5 KM


LEAD)

Cft

Making Embankment from soil from project area

Cft

Sub base course (50 km lead)

Cft

16-04(b)

Base Course-Water Bound macadam

Cft

1.9

16-12(a)

Asphaltic Base Course, 4" thick (10 Km Lead)

Cft

1.10

16-12(b)

AC Wearing Course, 2" thick (10 Km Lead)

Cft

36

212,764,096
225,611,756
11,280,588

159,573,072
159,573,072
62,865,619
55,666,279
25,079,480
15,022,834

4.00
6.58
11.91

20.02

8.17
66.75
74.32
467.63
529.05

851,056,386
1,484,299,746
134,354,057

3,193,863,022

1,303,209,346
4,196,491,272
4,136,909,636
11,727,952,524
7,947,821,340

1.11

13-31

1.12
1.13

1.14

Traffic lane 6" wide with reflective TP

Sft

N.S

Precast curb stones, 14"x6"x12"

Rft

N.S

Studs

N.S

Flush surface type - Single

Each

Flush surface type - Double

Each

Raised profile type - Single

Each

Raised profile type - Double

Each

Grassing

Sft

N.S

2.2

3-46+314(b)+326(c )

2.3
2.4

400.00

585,221

500.00

328,923

600.00

328,923

15.00

117,044,100

351,132,300
2,534,003,011
-

300.00

585,221

175,566,150
234,088,200
164,461,696
197,354,036
1,755,661,500
40,388,224,222

Water Supply

2,1

220.00

11,518,196

Sub Total for Roads

B.

150.00

2,340,882

Installation of Tube Wells, 2 cusecs capacity

Each

80

11,000,000

880,000,000

Earthwork for water lines

Cft

35,113,230

5.25

184,393,616

7-30

Sand bedding for water lines

Cft

7,315,256

28.62

209,347,272

N.S

HDPE Piping, PN-8

90 mm dia
125 mm dia
180 mm dia

Rft
Rft
Rft

250 mm dia

Rft

37

2,048,272
438,915
292,610
1,463,051

150.00
275.00
520.00
950.00

307,240,763
120,701,728
152,157,330
1,389,898,688

2.5

606(a/02)

2.6

N.S

Concrete Thrust blocks

Cft

3" i/d for 90mm PE Pipe

Each

4" i/d for 125mm PE Pipe

Each

6" i/d for 180mm PE Pipe

Each

8" i/d for250mm PE Pipe

Each

N.S

Air Release valves with chamber

Each

2.8

N.S

Washout valves with chamber

Each

2.9

N.S

Fire Hydrants with chamber

Each

2.1

N.S

Water Service Connection

Each

2.11

N.S

HDPE 25 mm dia Service Connection

2.12

N.S

Overhead Reservoirs, 100,000 capacity each

Rft
Gallons

40,000.00

877

50,000.00

351

70,000.00

219

40,000.00

219

35,000.00

219

40,000.00

219

4,000.00

59,206

40.00

2,368,248

200.00

6,000,000

56,475,949
-

35,000.00

1,096

Sub Total for Water Supply

38,374,396
35,085,162
17,542,581
15,349,758
8,771,290
7,674,879
8,771,290
236,824,843
94,729,937
1,200,000,000
4,963,339,482

Sewerage
345(a)+314(b)+326(c )

257.55

219,282

Valves- Carrot Top uPVC butterfly valve with chamber

2.7

C.

Earthwork for sewer lines

Cft

38

97,380,691

11.24

1,094,387,579

3.1

7-30

3.2

23-01(c)

3.3

23-03(a)

Bedding for Sewers

Cft
Rft

RCC Pipe conforming BS5911 (9" Dia)

28.62

18,258,880

220.67

1,227,981
-

RCC Class-II, Wall B Piping(ASTM C76 2003)


12" i/d

Rft

15" i/d

Rft

18" i/d

Rft

21" i/d

Rft

24" i/d

Rft

27" i/d

Rft

30" i/d

Rft

36" i/d

Rft

48" i/d

Rft

60" i/d

Rft

72" i/d

Rft

3.4

N.S

Construction of manholes

Each

3.5

N.S

Construction of house connection chamber

Each

39

1,217,259
304,315
608,629
365,178
426,041
304,315
334,746
152,157
8,200
4,100
3,800
54,821
32,892

522,530,791
270,978,493
-

490.02
610.44
764.57
927.64
1,053.10
1,434.31
1,676.77
2,152.32
3,635.81
6,069.24
10,737.99
40,000.00
20,000.00

596,481,079
185,765,841
465,339,719
338,753,341
448,663,276
436,481,560
561,292,262
327,491,265
29,813,642
24,883,884
40,804,362
2,192,822,617
657,846,785

3.6

N.S

Sewage Treatment Plant

PE

3.7

N.S

Solid waste Management

PE

3-46+314(b)+326(c )

4.2

6-05(f)

4.2

20-05(a)

4,4

N.S

Earthwork

Cft

Lean cement concrete

Cft

Drainage Channel

Rft

Construction of catch pit complete in all respects

4.50

Battery of Box Culverts, 10 ft x 10 ft

4.6

Road crossings for Electrical Conduit

4.7

Single circuit containing 2 barrels of RCC pipes 6" dia

4.8

Double circuit containing 4 barrels of RCC pipes

4.9

6" dia along with ends plugged.

3,000,000,000
15,444,336,496

Each
Sft

5.25

3,929,538

183.18

261,969

150.00

2,795,542

25,000.00

5,482

2,500.00

438,565
-

Rft

Rft

47,988,568
419,331,276
137,051,414
1,096,411,308

228,053,552
-

750.00

701,703

20,635,577

400.00

570,134

Sub Total for Drainage

E.

4,250,000,000

Surface Drainage

4.1

6,000.00

500,000

Sub Total for Sewerage & SWM

D.

8,500.00

500,000

526,277,428
2,475,749,123

Underground Electrification

5.1

HT-LT Transformers

Job

5.2

Execution of LT - HT lines

Job

40

10,481,077,957

10,481,077,957

1,439,372,921

1,439,372,921

5.3

Street Light Contract Job

Job

5.4

Street Light System

Job

5.5

Grid Sharing Cost

MW

500

1,063,078,234

1,063,078,234

3,060,654,889

3,060,654,889

5,000,000

2,500,000,000

Sub Total for Electrification

F.

18,544,184,002

Landscaping-Parks

6.1

Landscaping-development of Parks

Sft

Sub Total for Landscape

G.

Telecommunication

Kanal

Gas Provision

Kanal

Machinery, Equipment

Job

45,000.00

106,000

100,000,000.00

619,084,808
619,084,808

30,000.00

106,000

3,180,000,000
4,770,000,000
100,000,000

Ducting for Electrical and Gas

7.1

RCC Pipe, 6" dia Single circuit containing 2 barrels of RCC pipes,

Rft

7.2

RCC Pipe, 6" dia, Double circuit containing 4 barrels of RCC pipes,

Rft

7.3

Providing and laying 6" dia RCC pipe for Gas

Rft

Sub Total for Electrification


-

25.00

24,763,392

570,134
175,426
701,703

250.00
450.00
250.00

142,533,470
78,941,614
175,425,809
396,900,893

GRAND TOTAL

90,881,819,026

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