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RFP 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 M.P. Housing & Infrastructure Development Board
The M.P. Housing & Infrastructure Development Board was
established as a body corporate under the Madhya Pradesh Griha
Nirman Mandal Adhiniyam, 1972 which replaced the earlier similar
Act of 1950. Madhya Pradesh Housing & Infrastructure Development
Board is one of the very few, perhaps the only, Housing Board in the
country, not the receive a single rupee as subsidy from the
Government. All the projects and programmers, including its internal
cross subsidies, are arranged for by the economics of the project
itself, in consonance with what the market
1.2 PROJECT VISION AND ABJECTIVES
M.P. Housing & Infrastructure Development Board intends to appoint
EIA Consultant for obtaining Environment Clearance for Madhya
Pradesh Housing & Infrastructure Development Board’s Housing
Projects and to prepare report for E.C.
Following are key objectives of project:
(i) Filling and submission of form 1 and form 1 A along with necessary
document (Annexure I) (Page 1 to 16)
(ii) Carrying out EC as per SEIAA/SEAC Ministry of Environment &
Forest (MoEF) guidelines.
(iii) Providing technical assistance and day to day follow up with
concerning agency to obtaining Environment Clearance from
SEIAA/SEac (MoEF) and making all presentation required time to
time in this connection by the authority .
(iv) Obtaining EC from SEIAA/SEAC/EAC (MoEF) for
2. PROJECT Madhya Pradesh Housing & Infrastructure Development Board
proposed to Construct
Name of Project:- Development of 3.15 Acre land & construction of
commercial & Residential complex commercial Block (G+6)
Residential Block 2 Nos G+12 – 212 Flats at Hope Textile Mill
Premises Snehlataganj, Indore (M.P.)
3. SCOPE OF WORK
(i) Carryout site survey for assessing site condition and collecting
secondary data for EC.
(ii) Filling and submission of form 1 & 1 A along with inception report.
(iii) Conducting primary baseline monitoring and analysis as per
(iv) Carrying out impact assessment for environment component as
per SEIAA (MoFE).
(v) Developing environment management plan to mitigate the likely
impact from the propose project.
(vi) Providing technical assistant in various approvals & presentation
to regulatory authorities such as
(vii) Obtaining EC from SEIAA/SEAC/EAC (MoEF) for project.
(i) A certificate from the consultant shall be submitted that they have
been accredited by MoEF (list ‘A’) for Building and construction
(ii) Documents required by SEIAA/SEAC for prior Environment
clearance shall be detailed as per (Annex-1) the EIA notification
dated 14th Sep. 2006 issued by MoEF, Delhi.
(iii) Data for EC should be given for the entire life of the project
(iv) Detailed feasibility report including the financial, Environmental
and social costs has to be furnished.
5. GENERAL INFORMATION
Building construction projects as per the EIA notification of 2006 are
under category ‘B’ covering an area>20,000 sqmtr. And
and connectivity, demographic aspects, socio, cultural and economic
aspects, villages, settlements should be given in the map. Details of
environmentally sensitivity place, land acquisition, rehabilitation of
communities / villages, and present status of such activities are to be
Site Selection and Planning
The environment impacts of construction and operation are
established during the early phases of site selection and planning.
Some important factors for development, which should be addressed
� Status of ownership of land
� The boundaries of the project area
� A map that identifies the locations of all proposed development
� Proximity to local communities.
� Proximity to sensitive surface or ground water bodies
� Compatibility with local building regulations
� Existing drainage pattern
5.3 Description of the Environment
Environment data to be considered in relation to building Construction
(a) Land (b) ground water, surface water (c) air (d) biological
Environment (e) noise (f) socio economic environment (g) sewage (h)
Map of the study area clearly delineating the location of various
monitoring stations (air/water, soil and noise) superimposed with
location of habitats are to be shown. Monitoring should be done as
per CPCB/MoEF guidelines. Primary data should be collected for one
season except rainy season. Monitoring of the parameters should be
carried out within the study area.
5.4 Land Environment The first feature which should influence the development of a new project is the existing land use pattern of the neighborhood of the project, whether the proposed development conforms to the development for the area or not. Geographical latitude and microclimatic factor such as solar access and wing loads have a major impact. The following parameters have to be addressed under the baseline data for land environment. a. Soil � type of characteristics � Porosity and permeability 5.5 Air Environment Climatologically data is to obtained from nearest India Metrological Department (IMD) station for one season. Micro metrological data consisting of wind speed, wind direction, temperature, humidity, rainfall (peak and average daily rainfall) and wind rose patterns, from primary and secondary sources in the study area. Baseline data of air pollutant parameters extending an area 5 kms from the project should be monitored at a number of locations. Description of base line date of ambient air parameters namely RSPM Nitrogen dioxide, Sulphur dioxide and Carbon dioxide are to be collected one season date is to be monitored other than monsoon as per the CPCB/MoEF norms. Sampling locations are to be located as per CPCB/MoEF norms. 5.6 Noise Environment Construction equipment and road traffic are the major sources of noise. Baseline data of noise in the project area and the Neighborhood habitat areas are to be ascertained. Daytime and Nighttime data should be collected. 5.7 Water Environment Identify project activities, including construction phase, which may affect surface water of groundwater. Estimate water intake requirement and identify the sources of water to be used. Describe how water will be taken from the surface water/river and conveyed to the site. Rainwater harvesting has to be detailed out. Details for feanas and flora to be included.
5.8 Socio Economic & Health Environment Baseline data at the project area should including the demography, particularly on settlements, existing infrastructure facilities in the propose area and area of impact due to the proposed activity. Present employment and live hood of these populations, awareness of the population about the proposed activity should also be included. 5.9 Soil Waste Solid wastes from construction sector can be categorized into two phases i.e. during construction & during operation. Details of the following are to be given: � Construction or demolition waste, i.e. massive and inert waste � Municipal waste qualification and characterization i.e.,
Biodegradable and recyclable waste and disposal facility Details of authorized municipal solid waste facilities, biomedical treatment facilities and hazardous waste disposal facilities in the area should be included.
6.0 Anticipated Environmental Impact Mitigation Measures 6.1 Prediction of Impact: This should describe the likely impact of the project on each of the environmental parameters, methods adopted for assessing the Impact , empirical methos , reference to existing similar situations mitigation methods proposed to reduce adverse effects of the project best environment practices, conservation of natural resources, environmental management plan; post project environmental monitoring program in the project. Land Environment Anticipated Impacts: Some of the anticipated impacts, which need to be addressed, are Estimation of anticipated impacts on the surrounding land use pattern, on infrastructure like housing, road net work, environmentally sensitivity places etc. Proper mitigation measures have to be suggested improved road network infrastructure to handle the increase in traffic. Selection of suitable local plant species for green belt development in and around the sites.
Air Environment Anticipated impacts:
Impact on air quality during the construction and operation phase
should be predicted. The existing surrounding features of the study
area and impact on them should be addressed separately. It is
necessary to predict the following if any. Prediction of point source
emissions Mitigating Measures: Mitigative measures are to be
proposed during the construction stage as well as the operational