Review Of Planning Guidelines For Urban Lakes In India

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Jyoti Mishra , Dr. Dipti Parashar , Dr. Rajesh Kumar


In 2001, The definition for urban lakes, which is given by the NLCP (National Lake conservation plan, India) is a “water body having a minimum 3M depth spread over more than 10 hectares and having no and very less aquatic vegetation”. The other guidelines given by the other institution for improving and development of urban lakes. Despite lot of action and planning policies, the condition of urban lakes remain the same. The aim of this research paper highlights the challenges faced by the urban lakes and study different guidelines and models used by the different cities municipal for improvement and protection of these lakes. The case study methodology used. The international and national both case studies consider for the study. This research paper is the review of other works in the same field.

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