A Systematic Review Of Housing And Slum Development Policies In India: A Case Study Of SVM Smart City, Solapur

Main Article Content

Ar. Dattatraya Motilal Ambure , Dr. Gouri Desai


Many housing schemes, for enabling better housing facilities to the people, have been implemented in India. These schemes are formulated in four phases. The period between 1950-1960 constituted phase I, whereas phase II was from early 1970 to mid-1980. The third phase of development was from Mid-1980 to Early 2000 and the fourth phase was from early 2000 onwards. The population migrating from rural places to urban cities usually settle down for rented houses due to lack of affordable housing and shortage of space in city which makes the houses very expensive. Many people migrate from rural places to metro cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai. Similarly, Solapur also has experienced huge migration of people from neighboring rural places, and nearby states such as Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, These people reside near industrial areas such as MIDC. The researcher has researched the SVM Smart city as a case study and has come to the conclusion that these residents can be provided housing under the PMAY scheme component III i.e., affordable housing with partnership. The study aims to find a solution to the housing problems of people under EWS and LIG.

Article Details