Detailed Area Plan (“DAP”)

Courtesy:

Integrated Detailed Area Plan Map

http://www.rajukdhaka.gov.bd/dap/dap_map.htm:

Background of the Project

The Detailed Area Plan (DAP) is third and last tier of Development Plan for Dhaka City i.e. Dhaka Metropolitan Development Plan (DMDP). It provides more detailed planning proposals for specific sub-areas compliant with the Structure Plan and the Urban Area Plan.

Objective of the Project

DAP aimed to implement the Structure Plan and the Urban Area Plan policies and recommendations. The specific objectives of DAP are:

  • Data management and dissemination at mouza dag level
  • Providing a program for Multi-sector Investment Plan
  • Providing control for private sector development and clarity and security of investment for inhabitants and investors
  • Providing guideline for development considering the opportunity and constraints
  • Ensure sustainable environment

Total area under DAP

DAP area is 1528 sq. km or 590 sq. miles which covers the total RAJUK’s jurisdiction area.

Jurisdiction of DAP Planning Area

  • Gazipur Pourashava to the North
  • Dhaleshawri River to the south
  • Bangshi and Dhaleshawri River to the west
  • Shitalakkhya and Meghna River to the East

Duration of DAP

DAP started in July 2004. The project will be completed by December 2008.

Consultants

The total DAP area was divided into five groups and a number of small locations. These were awarded to five firms which are DDC, EPC, GBL, Sheltech (Pvt.) Ltd and BETS.

About these ads

About samiulhashim

Samiul Hashim is a Legal Practitioner and an active Social Worker. He obtained Barrister-at-Law from Lincoln's Inn . He is also a licensed Advocate in Bangladesh. He also completed LL.M in International Commercial Law and Post Graduate Diploma in Law, from UK.
This entry was posted in DAP. Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Detailed Area Plan (“DAP”)

  1. Md. Saidul Islam says:

    Gazipur area detailed plan

  2. masum says:

    i expect little bit more about the background and idea behind origin of DAP, specifically.

  3. Akram Hossain says:

    How can I know my plot is out of Dap.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s