Development of Modular Public Conveniences in DBFOT in Chennai

Source:Corporation of Chennai
Author:Corporation of Chennai
Download here:Development of Modular Public Conveniences in DBFOT in Chennai  (2427)
Description:This tender document calls for bids for installing public conveniences across Chennai City. The tender document is unique because it has been developed in collaboration with civil society organisations. Transparent Chennai assisted the Corporation collect geospatial data for the location of the proposed public conveniences, conduct a feasibility survey of these locations, develop performance monitoring parameters and define roles of a Monitoring Committee.

Circular: Dashboard study to all zones

Source:Corporation of Chennai
Author:Corporation of Chennai, EDP cell
Download here:Circular: Dashboard study to all zones (1526)
Description:Transparent Chennai conduced  a preliminary study on data management practices for the Corporation of Chennai in order to understand system requirements for a internal dashboard. This circular was published by the Corporation of Chennai before the study was commenced.

Ward Improvement Works rules

Source:Government of Tamil Nadu
Author:Government of Tamil Nadu
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Description:Rules on what MCLAD can be used for

Chennai Metro Rail – The Future of Our Mass Transport

Source:Transparent Chennai
Author:Roshan Toshniwal
Download here:Chennai Metro Rail - The Future of Our Mass Transport (8279)
Description:Paper describing the planning of and the related concerns of the Chennai Metro

Access to finance for incremental construction: A study from three low-income settlements in Chennai

Source: Transparent Chennai
Author: Nithya V. Raman, Priti Narayan
Download here: Access to finance for incremental construction: A study from three low-income settlements in Chennai (3560)
Description: A report submitted to the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation on access to finance for incremental construction in three low-income residential areas with varying degrees of access to tenure security. Published as a chapter in the State of the Urban Poor Report 2013.

The Board and the Bank: Changing Policies towards Slums in Chennai

Source:Economic and Political Weekly
Author:Nithya V. Raman
Download here:The Board and the Bank: Changing Policies towards Slums in Chennai (1926)
Description:Paper on the history of the World Bank’s interventions in Chennai’s slum housing policies, and the impacts on the Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board.