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EMERGENCY TSUNAMI RECONSTRUCTION PROEJCT 
Resettlement Action Plan for Project Affected families at AIR Land & Okkium Thoraipakkam 
TAMIL NADU SLUM CLEARANCE BOARD

The Project Description

Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board (TNSCB) has taken a major initiative for construction of 3616 multi storied tenements at All India Radio (A.I.R.) Land Thiruvottiyur and 2064 families at Okkium Thoraipakkam for the Tsunami affected slum dwellers under the World Bank Assistance. MoEF clearance and CRZ clearance from Government of India have been obtained.

Resettlement Action Plan (RAP)

Environment and Social Assessment for the Construction of Tenements at All India Radio Land, Thiruvottiyur and Okkium Thoraipakkam  was completed .There is a need for assessment  and evaluation of environmental and social issues related to the project and provide an Environmental Management Plan for adequate mitigation. Hence as per the directions of the World Bank it is felt important for the need of the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) for the additional 103 project affected families          (103 families and one Pothu Nala Sangam - 104 structures) living on the approach road to be resettled at AIR Land and Okkium Thoraipakkam along with the Tsunami affected Resettlement project.

The Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) for Project Affected Families of the Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board contains the magnitude of resettlement issues and the mitigation of impacts. This report also includes the baseline socio economic characteristics of project affected people, the R& R policy provisions, the entitlements, outcomes of the public consultation held with community, implementation and monitoring mechanisms and the budget for implementing the R&R Provisions.

Based on the outcome of the Environmental and Social Assessment report submitted by the Ecosmart consultants and the baseline survey carried out by the community development wing of Tamilnadu Slum Clearance Board, the draft RAP report has been prepared by the Tamilnadu Slum clearance board with the aim of filling up the gaps and additional information wherever required.

 

Stages in Resettlement Action Plan (RAP)

Objectives of Resettlement Action Plan (RAP)

To establish implementation procedures including monitoring and evaluation to track the timely progress of implementation.

Magnitude of Impact

Impact Category

AIR

OT

Loss of Houses

72

29

Loss of Commercial Structures

0

0

Residential & Commercial

03

0

Loss of Livelihood

03

0

Magnitude of Impact on Common Properties Resources:  

2.0       CENSUS AND SOCIO – ECONOMIC SURVEY

3.0       BASELINE SOCIO – ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

3.1       SOCIAL FACTORS  

3.1.1       SEX

S. No

Head of the Family

AIR

OT

Total

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Male

63

85

25

86

88

85

2

Female

11

15

4

14

15

15

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.1.2   EDUCATION

S. No

Education

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Illiterate

38

51

15

52

53

51

2

Upto 5th Standard

9

12

7

24

16

16

3

5th to 8th

18

24

2

7

20

19

4

8th to 10th

8

11

4

14

12

12

5

10th to +2

0

0

1

3

1

1

6

Degree

1

1

0

0

1

1

7

PG

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

Diploma

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

IT

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

Professional

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.1.3       RELIGION

S. No

Religion

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Hindu

66

89

29

100

95

92

2

Christian

1

1

0

0

1

1

3

Muslim

7

9

0

0

7

7

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.1.4. AGE

S. No

Age

( in Years)

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Up to 25

5

7

0

0

5

5

2

25-35

10

14

14

48

24

23

3

35-45

24

32

9

31

33

32

4

45-55

19

26

3

10

22

21

5

Above 55

16

22

3

10

19

18

Total

74

100

29

100

30

100

S. No

Social Stratification

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

BC

32

43

27

93

59

57

2

MBC

7

9

1

3.5

8

8

3

SC

35

47

1

3.5

36

35

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.1.5. MARITAL STATUS

S. No

Marital Status

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Married

62

84

25

86

87

84

2

Widow

11

15

4

14

15

15

3

Unmarried

1

1

0

0

1

1

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.1.5       HOUSEHOLD SIZE

S. No

Household Size

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

1

2

3

0

0

2

2

2

2

16

22

6

21

22

21

3

3

19

26

12

41

31

30

4

4

18

24

10

34

28

27

5

5

15

20

1

3

16

16

6

More than 5

4

5

0

0

4

4

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.2  ECONOMIC  FACTORS

3.2.1   OCCUPATION

S. No

Occupation

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Worker -Pvt Company

16

22

1

3

17

17

2

Construction Labour

3

4

12

41

15

15

3

Cook

1

1

2

7

3

3

4

Coolie

10

14

1

3

11

11

5

Driver

3

4

4

14

7

7

6

Electrician

0

0

1

3

1

1

7

Mason

2

3

3

10

5

5

8

Painter

3

4

3

10

6

6

9

Sweeper

2

3

1

3

3

3

10

Tea Shop/ Petty business

10

14

1

3

11

11

11

Govt Service

2

3

0

0

2

2

12

Skilled labour

5

7

0

0

5

5

13

house maid

1

1

0

0

1

1

14

Vendor

5

7

0

0

5

5

15

Fishing

1

1

0

0

1

1

16

Agriculture

2

3

0

0

2

2

17

Not in work force

8

11

0

0

8

8

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.2.2   MONTHLY INCOME

S. No

Monthly income

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

No Income

1

1

0

0

1

1

2

Below Rs.1500

28

38

5

17

33

32

3

1500-2500

25

34

14

48

39

38

4

2500-3500

10

14

5

17

15

15

5

3500-4500

3

4

4

14

7

7

6

Above 4500

7

9

1

3

8

8

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

3.2.3       EARNING MEMBERS

S. No

No of Earning members

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

No Earning Member

1

1

0

0

1

1

2

1

43

58

17

59

60

58

3

2

26

35

11

38

37

36

4

3

3

4

1

3

4

4

5

More than 3

1

1

0

0

1

1

Total

74

100

29

41

103

100

4.0 PROFILE OF VULNERABLE POPULATION

4.1       VULNERABLE STATUS

S. No

Vulnerability

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Non Vulnerable

18

24

17

59

35

34

2

Vulnerable

56

76

12

41

68

66

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

4.2 VULNERABLE CATEGORYWISE

S. No

Vulnerability

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

BPL

33

59

12

41

45

44

2

SC

31

55

2

7

33

32

3

WHH

10

18

2

7

12

12

5.1 OWNERSHIP OF THE STRUCTURE

S. No

Ownership of Structure

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Own

38

51

29

100

67

65

2

Occupier (tenant)

36

49

0

0

36

35

3

Leased

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

5.2 PERIOD OF RESIDING IN RENTAL STRUCTURES

S. No

Rented House - Period of Residing

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Less than 5 years

21

58

0

0

21

58

2

5-10 years

9

25

0

0

9

25

3

10-15 years

4

11

0

0

4

11

4

More than 15 years

2

6

0

0

2

6

Total

36

100

0

0

36

100

5.3       RENTAL STRUCTURES – RENTAL AMOUNT

S. No

Rented / Leased  House - Rental Amount

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Less than Rs.500

34

94

0

0

34

94

2

500-1000

2

6

0

0

2

6

3

1000-1500

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

1500-2000

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

36

100

0

0

36

100

5.4 REASONS FOR RESIDING IN THE AREA

S. No

Reason for Residing in the Area

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Near to workplace

66

89

0

0

66

64

2

To Save Rent

0

0

8

28

8

8

3

Friends and Relatives
Staying near by

3

4

1

3

4

4

4

Availability of Land

4

5

1

3

5

5

5

Others

1

1

19

66

20

19

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

5.5. TYPE OF STRUCTURE

S. No

Type of Structure

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Pucca

16

22

0

0

16

16

2

Semi Pucca

11

15

0

0

11

11

3

Kutcha

47

64

29

100

76

74

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

5.6 TYPE OF LOSS

S. No

Type of Loss

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Residential

71

96

29

100

100

97

2

Commercial

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

Residential & Commercial

3

4

0

 

3

3

4

Homestead Land

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

5.7 EXTENT OF STRUCTURAL LOSS

S. No

Extent  of Structure Loss
( Residential)

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Below 10 Sq.mt

13

18

0

0

13

13

2

10 to 20

30

41

13

45

43

42

3

20 to 30

14

19

15

52

29

28

4

30 to 40

7

9

1

3

8

8

5

Above 40

10

14

0

0

10

10

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

Sl. No:

Value of Structure as per PWD *

Value of Proposed Tenement by TNSCB

Compensation to be paid

1

1,71,171

2,50,000

Nil

2

3,24,790

2,50,000

74,790

3

2,49,660

2,50,000

Nil

4

4,18,950

2,50,000

1,68,950

5

4,95,743

2,50,000

2,45,743

6

1,71,851

2,50,000

Nil

7

2,65,905

2,50,000

15,905

Total...

20,98,070

17,50,000

5,05,388

S. No

Value  of Structure Loss

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Below Rs.10000

7

9

0

0

7

7

2

10000-20000

18

24

18

62

36

35

3

20000-30000

10

14

10

34

20

19

4

30000-40000

7

9

1

3

8

8

5

Above 40000

32

43

0

0

32

31

Total

74

100

29

100

103

100

5.9 COMPENSATION

5.10    LIVELIHOOD LOSS

Sl No

Livelihood Loss / month in Rs

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Below 1000

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1000 to 2000

2

100

0

0

2

100

3

2000 to 3000

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

3000 to 4000

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Above 4000

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

2

100

0

0

2

100

5.11  EXTENT OF LIVELIHOOD LOSS

S. No

Livelihood Loss /
 month in Rs

Nos.

%

1

Below 1000

0

0

2

1000 to 2000

1

50

3

2000 to 3000

1

50

4

3000 to 4000

0

0

5

Above 4000

0

0

Total

2

100

6. RESETTLEMENT

6.1 OPTION FOR RESETTLEMENT

S. No

Opted for Resettlement

No

%

1

Yes

103

100

2

No

0

0

Total

103

100

6.2 DISTANCES FROM RESETTLEMENT SITE

S. No

Distance to Site

No

%

1

Within 0.5 km

74

72

2

0.5-1.0Km

0

0

3

More Than 1 Km

29

28

Total

103

100

7.0 TRAINING  

S. No

Eligible Family Members* for Training

AIR

OT

TOTAL

Nos

%

Nos

%

Nos

%

1

Male

20

56

4

24

24

45

2

Female

16

44

13

76

29

55

Total

36

100

17

100

53

100

Public consultation:

Livelihood Losses in the Project:

Income Restoration Schemes:

Database Management:

Implementation Agency:

Implementation Authority

RAP facilitation

Project Supervision

Implementation of RAP

Community Participation for Implementation of RAP

During the implementation of the RAP, as a follow up action for the consultations held continuous participation of community has been envisaged through three levels:

Gender issues in the Project

Plan for Continuous Participation

Co-ordination with civil works

Training and Development of Staff

Resettlement site

Steps in Implementation

Grievances Redressal Mechanism

Monitoring and Evaluation

Entitlements Matrix

ENTITLEMENTS - Category

ELIGIBILITY

Entitlements

Compensation for Land

No Such Cases

Nil

Compensation for Structures

Owners of the Structures, Occupants, Squatters and Encroachers

All the Families residing in Government Land , will be provided with Built House approximately of 270 Sq.mt. without any cost in the proposed site.

 For the structures whose value exceeds the unit cost of alternate built house the balance will be given as assistance.

* Unit cost of the alternate built house is Rs.2,50,000/-

Shifting Assistance for the Loss of Complete structures

Owners of the Structures, Tenants, Squatters and Encroachers

Rs.1000/- will be provided as shifting assistance.

Loss of Livelihood

Owners of the Structures, Tenants, Squatters and Encroachers

Those who have lost their livelihood. Alternate Shops will be provided in the proposed site.

Costs and Budget

Sl. No

Items

Amount (Rs.)

1

R&R Cash Assistance – Compensation for the Structures

5,05,388

2

Shifting allowance to 103 families @ Rs. 1000/- per family

1,03,000

 

Grand Total

6,08,388