Barabanki Master Plan 2021 has been created for Barabanki District. The district Barabanki is situated about 29 Kms. in the East direction of Lucknow the Capital of Uttar Pradesh. This district being one of the four districts of Faizabad division, is located in the heart of Awadh region and it lies between Latitudes 26° 30′ North and 27° 19′ North and Longitudes 80° 58′ East and 81° 55′ East. District Barabanki is surrounded by district Faizabad in the East, districts Gonda and Bahraich in the North East, district Sitapur in the North West, district Lucknow in the West, district Rae Bareli in the South and district Sultanpur in the South East. The river Ghaghra forms the North Eastern Boundary separating Barabanki from Bahraich and Gonda. District Barabanki has been divided into 7 subdivisions, which is further sub-divided into 17 development Blocks. The district is well fed by rivers Ghaghra, Gomti and Kalyani with their tributaries for major part of the year. Although some of them dry out during summers and create havoc during rainy season by flooding.
Barabanki Master Plan 2021 LPA
According to the 1991 census the area of the district was 4401 sq. Kms. The districts were reconstituted and Tehsil Rudauli of this district was merged with district Faizabad, thereby reducing the land area of the district. Now the area of the district stands reduced to 3895.4 sq. Kms. The area is liable to vary from year to year due to the slightest change in the course of the river Ghaghra, because this slight variation makes a noticeable change in the overall area of the district.
An official Census 2011 detail of Barabanki, a district of Uttar Pradesh has been released by Directorate of Census Operations in Uttar Pradesh. Enumeration of key persons was also done by census officials in Barabanki District of Uttar Pradesh. In 2011, Barabanki had population of 3,260,699 of which male and female were 1,707,073 and 1,553,626 respectively. In 2001 census, Barabanki had a population of 2,673,581 of which males were 1,416,921 and remaining 1,256,660 were females. Barabanki District population constituted 1.63 percent of total UP population. In 2001 census, this figure for Barabanki District was at 1.61 percent of UP population.
Vision Barabanki Master Plan 2021
The objective of the Barabanki Master Plan 2021 is to create enabling spatial and land use planning framework to achieve the Vision of Barabanki.
Objectives of Barabanki Master Plan 2021
More specifically following are the objectives:
- To make Barabanki district as the most vibrant economic centre to promote the balanced regional growth.
- To make land allocation in an environmentally benign fashion.
- To minimize haphazard, unplanned, and sub-standard growth and development of the town and to achieve planned growth to create healthy environment.
- To effectively manage the traffic and transportation within the town through the mechanism of rationalizing the land use pattern defined in the Master Plan.
- To make land available for public purposes.
- To minimize travel within the town by creating self contained and self sufficient communities.
- Adequate parking spaces to be created in the town as an integral part of commercial, industrial, and institutional planning and development process.
- To strengthen the basic infrastructure favorable for petroleum, chemical & petrochemical investment region and agro based industries.
- To rationalize the distribution of physical and social infrastructure in order to ensure appropriate quality of life to all the residents of the city.
- To identify man-made and natural heritage and to make heritage conservation as integral part of the city planning and development process.
- Ensure equitable distribution of resources environmental, economic and social.
- Ensure a conducive environment to work.
- Introduce a total business environment.