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									     PUNJAB MUNICIPAL
 DEVELOPMENT FUND COMPANY




             PUNJAB MUNICIPAL SERVICES
            IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (PMSIP)




                        PLANNING REPORT
                         TOBA TEK SINGH
                                    November 2007



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                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I
Introduction
           1.1        Background                                1
           1.2        PMSIP Planning                            1
           1.3        Limitations of PMSIP Planning             2
           1.4        The Planning Process                      2
           1.5        Methodology                               4

Chapter II
Profile of Toba Tek Singh
             2.1   General                                      6
             2.2   Location                                     6
             2.3   Area/Demography                              6

Chapter III
Institutional Analysis of TMA Toba Tek Singh
             3.1   Capacity Building at TMA Toba Tek Singh       8
             3.2   PMSIP Computer Trainings                      8
             3.3   Hands on training for Complaint Resolution    9
             3.4   Performance Management System                10
             3.5   Financial Management System
             3.6   Management Analysis                          13

Chapter IV
Urban Planning
           4.1        TO(P) Office                              15
           4.2        Mapping                                   15
           4.3        Land use Characteristics                  16
           4.4        City Zones                                16
           4.5        Housing Typologies                        17
           4.6        Growth Directions                         17

Chapter V
Status of Municipal Infrastructure & Recommendations
           5.1    Road Network                                  19
           5.2    Water Supply                                  21
           5.3    Sewerage                                      25
           5.4    Street Lights                                 28
           5.5    Solid Waste Management                        28
           5.6    Fire Fighting                                 32
           5.7    Parks                                         33
           5.8    Slaughter House                               36

Chapter VI
Workshop on Prioritization of Infrastructure Sub-Projects
           6.1   Pre-Workshop Consultations                     38
           6.2   Workshop Proceedings                           38
           6.3   Prioritized List of Sub-Projects               40
Annexes
           Annex-A        Water Supply Data                     42
           Annex-B        Sewerage Data                         44
           Annex-C        Solid Waste Data                      49



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                                 LIST OF TABLES
Table 1:         The detail of CO Unit
Table 2:         Population Forecasts for Toba Tek Singh Town
Table 3:         Detail of Posts in Planning department (TMA-T. T. Singh)
Table 4:         Total Staff Trained
Table 5:         The details of workshops / seminars in which TMA Toba Tek
                 Singh was invited.
Table 6:         The status of baseline information provided by TMA
Table 7:         The targets set by TMA for the year 2006-07
Table 8:         Type of housing structures
Table 9:         Housing facilities
Table 10:        Existing Condition of TMA Roads
Table 11:        Detail of Main Roads in T. T. Singh
Table 12:        Designed Water Source Capacity and Production
Table 13:        Estimated Expected Water Supplied
Table 14:        Project Requirements
Table 15:        Abstract of the Project
Table 16:        Detail of Existing Collection Points
Table 17:        Detail of Equipment available with TMA T. T. Singh
Table 18:        Detail of Solid Waste Generation
Table 19:        Detail of available Fire Equipment
Table 20:        Detail Fire Fighting Staff
Table 21:        Detail of Fire Incidences in Last Three Years in T. T. Singh
Table 22:        Average no of people visiting the TMA‟s parks daily
Table 23:        Prioritized projects- Toba Tek Singh
Table 24:        Capacity of Water Works No. 1
Table 25:        Capacity of Water Works No.2
Table 26:        Capacity of Water Works No. 3
Table 27:        Sewerage Data
Table 28:        SWM Data
Table 29:        The sanctioned and the available strength of SWM staff




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                                LIST OF EXHIBITS




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                                  LIST OF MAPS

    1. Base map
    2. Land use map
    3. Sewerage map
    4. Solid waste map




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Chapter I
                                INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background
Planning is now a part of Punjab‟s local government system with the planning
responsibilities of TMAs, clearly set out in PLGO. Under the devolved system,
the newly created office of TO(P) has the following functions to perform; (i)
develop plans; (ii) develop and apply building controls; (iii) manage CCBs; (iv)
implement commercialization rules; (v) operate Punjab housing development
schemes; (vi) develop site development schemes. In addition, The PLGO
identifies the preparation of spatial plans (Article 54 a), development plans
(Article 54 c) and budget plans, long term and annual municipal development
programs (Article 54 j) as key functions of the TMAs. Unfortunately, in
majority of TMAs TO(P) office has not been able to perform as envisioned in
the PLGO. Some of the reasons are inadequately skilled staff and lack of up-
to-date maps, necessary equipment and management/ regulation/ and
enforcement mechanisms. As a result, development works are taking place in
a piecemeal manner and lack integrated and coordinated approach.

Punjab Municipal Development Fund Company (PMDFC) was established by
the Government of the Punjab as a specialized organization to help improve
the municipal service delivery in Punjab. For this purpose Punjab Municipal
Services Improvement Project (PMSIP) was launched in July 2006 with the
funding of World Bank. PMSIP envisages an integrated approach to
development for which planning is an integral part.

1.2 PMSIP Planning
The PMSIP thus aims at institutional development of TMAs through improving
systems directly related to their functions and through investments in service
delivery. This objective will be achieved by granting eligible TMAs both
capacity grants and development grants. The World Bank and the
Government of Punjab are funding the Project.

Apart from providing funds for improvement and development of municipal
infrastructure, the key initiative of PMSIP is to assist TMAs in developing their
institutional capacity by providing management support tools like GIS,
computerization of TMA functions, testing laboratory equipment, trainings,
establishment of performance management systems etc.

The most catching feature of the planning exercise is the involvement of the
stakeholders. The objective behind their involvement was to endorse of the
prioritized list by the ones for whom it was prepared.

The Planning exercise is a comprehensive account for the TMA to identify
sectors for efficient allocation of resources on one hand and enhancing their


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capacity to run the projects, on the other hand. This process is hence the
amalgamation of technical inputs and the aspiration of the stakeholders.

1.3Limitations of PMSIP Planning
The PMSIP development grants fund municipal services only. PMSIP
planning exercise is undertaken at CO Units starting from CO Unit HQ. The
prioritized list that is developed is restricted to the UCs falling in CO Units.
Hence the PMSIP planning is not for the entire TMA as it does not take into
account the rural area of a TMA. PMSIP planning ends at the preparation of
prioritized list.

1.4 The Planning Process
The PMSIP Action planning process is a short term process for the rapid
assessment/identification of infrastructure projects.

The Planning Report for Toba Tek Singh has been prepared by active
participation of all stakeholders including elected representatives, UC Nazim,
Naib Nazim, councilors, and TMA officials through meetings, discussions,
formal & informal interviews and workshop.

To involve the stakeholders in the planning process, PMDFC made entry
point through meetings with Tehsil Nazim and formulation of Working Groups.
Frequent Meetings were also held with the TMA officials including Tehsil
Municipal Officer (TMO) and the Tehsil Officers (TOs), particularly TO (P&C)
and TO (I&S). PMDFC planning team worked very closely with second line
officials of the TO(I&S) office to collect the service delivery data through pre
designed forms.

For socially acceptable and sustainable planning, it was important to
understand the priorities, living styles, attitude, norms, gender sensitivity, and
perceptions of people about their community and physical development.
PMDFC therefore, where possible, ensured informal consultations and
information sharing with the common man.

Apart from consultations with the stakeholders, data relating to urban planning
and infrastructure (both secondary and primary) was also collected for
analysis and preparation of technical list of sub-projects. The available
information through secondary sources was collected through various
documents and publications of the Government, TMA records, and other
development partners. . In addition, GIS map of Toba Tek Singh was
procured by PMDFC and data layers were developed. This proved to be a
powerful tool for spatial analysis, identification of deficiencies in different
sectors, and identification of projects.

The projects identified on technical grounds were then presented in a
Stakeholders Consultative Workshop for validation and prioritization. The
capacity building projects were finalized on basis of consultations with Tehsil


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   Nazim, TMO and other officials. The planning process is summarized in the
   following flow chart.


                              PLANNING PROCESS


                                 Institutional arrangements
                                     Visioning by Nazim


                                         Formation of
                                        Working Groups




 Up-dating Base Map                     Infrastructure      TMA Institutional    Urban
                                           surveys             Analysis         Planning
                                                                                Surveys

Landuse Surveys
                                                Development of Database
                                                        in GIS


                                            Data Analysis


                                           Identification of
                                       Infrastructure Projects




                                          Prioritization of
                                       Projects in Workshop




                                Prioritized list of sub Projects

                            Fig 1: Flow chart for Planning Process




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1.5 Methodology
A bottom up planning approach has been adopted to derive a list of projects
for the TMA. In this process the political leadership and the community has a
significant role, for which the development is meant for.

The prioritized list of projects would facilitate the TMA to make investment
decisions. This list was developed through a comprehensive exercise of data
collection and analysis, the results of which were then presented before the
stakeholders in the form of a list of infrastructure sub-projects to prioritize.

Sources of Data
In general, there were two sources for data collection:
 Primary source
 Secondary sources

Primary source

The methodology for the collection of data was to verify the available
information with the TMA and PMDFC in the field surveys. However, much of
the information was added by actually taking the observations in the field. For
example for solid waste management data for secondary collection points was
collected.

Secondary sources

The secondary sources for data collection were TMA record, District Census
Report, information from PHED, Housing and Physical Planning department,
PMDFC Field Appraisal Report (FAR), Feasibilities produced by PMDFC etc.

Primary data collected by the PMDFC under its flagship Institutional
Development intervention, Performance Management System (PMS) was a
good starting point. Under PMS road rating surveys were conducted, the
results of which were used and further verified and updated. Similarly park
and sanitation connections surveys were useful source of information as well
as the information in respect of water supply, solid waste collection and street
light collected and consolidated by TMA on the forms developed and provided
by the PMDFC.

Visioning
The whole planning process stems from Nazim‟s vision for identification of
development projects. Therefore, a preliminary meeting was held by PMDFC
with the Tehsil Nazim in order to shape his vision statement which was then
communicated to all of the stakeholders in the planning process. (What was
that vision statement?) PMDFC discussed the prospects of the planning
process with the Nazim and translated his vision in concrete and tangible
targets.


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Therefore, the Nazim was involved right from the beginning of the planning
process until the prioritized list was developed.

At the end of the planning process, another meeting was conducted with the
Nazim in which whole planning process was reviewed in the light of actual
field experiences, ground realities and all those issues that were not
visualized at the start of the planning process.

Interviews/ Meetings with Stakeholders
To assess the overall situation of TMA Toba Tek Singh, PMDFC held
interviews with stakeholders, i.e. UC Naib Nazims, member of Tehsil council
and NGOs.

Formation of the Working Group

A working group comprising of second line officials from the planning and I&S
offices worked very closely with the planning professionals from PMDFC in
the preparation of the plan.

Prioritization Workshop

The list that was developed based on technical recommendation by PMDFC
was then presented before the stake holders including Nazim, UC Nazim,
Naib Nazim, councilors, etc, as they were the best to determine their priorities.
This exercise was done in a workshop, arranged by PMDFC, where the
service delivery needs in the existing system, together with costs,
advantages, disadvantages of the development projects were presented and
discussed with the stake holders.




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Chapter II

                 PROFILE OF TOBA TEK SINGH

2.1 General
The district consists of an area of 3252 square kilometres with a total
population of 1,621,593 as per DCR 1998. It has three Tehsils/TMAs.

   3.   Toba Tek Singh
   4.   Gojra
   5.   Kamalia.

2.2 Location
T.T. Singh is the headquarter of the district. To its north is Jhang at a distance
of 29 km., to south Kamalia at a distance of 30 km., to east Gojra at 29 km.
and to the west Shorkot at a distance of 29 km.

T.T. Singh is situated to the west of Faisalabad and is connected with it both
by road and railway. By rail, the distance from Faisalabad is 79 km. By road
there are two routes, viz. Faisalabad-Samundari road and Faisalabad-Jhang
road. The distance via both routes is almost equal (112 km).

2.3 Area/Demography
T.T. Singh TMA is the oldest and most important Tehsil of the district. It
spreads over an area of 1000 square kilometres with a population of 617,035
(as per DCR 1998). The TMA comprises of 32 Union Councils (29-Rural, 03-
Urban) with only one CO unit namely T.T. Singh.

Table 1:         The detail of CO Unit is as:


                            Population 1998                            1981-98
                                                        Population   Avg. annual    Avg.
  CO Units
                    Both                                  1981       growth rate   HH size
                                 Male         Female                     (%)
                    sexes
T.T. Singh
                   59,938       30,534        29,404      37,844        2.74           7.5
(Headquarter
Source: District Census Report(DCR) 1998, Population Census Organization, Statistics
Division Government of Pakistan, Islamabad




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Table 2: Population Forecasts for Toba Tek Singh Town
                      Projected Population for the Year:
      2007          2012         2017         2022            2027
    76446-62      87509.68     100173.7     114670.5         131265

                       Incremental Population (2006-2026)
                                   Incremental Population
Population
  1998         1998-2007    2007-2012   2012-2017      2017-2022      2022-2027

   59939        16508.62       11063.06        12664.02    14496.8    16594-.5




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Chapter III

 INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF TMA T.T. SINGH


3.1 Capacity Building at TMA T.T. Singh

Situational Analysis
TMA T.T. Singh was no different than other TMAs of Punjab in terms of
lacking institutional and individual capacity required to meet post devolution
challenges. Initial field appraisal carried out by PMDFC revealed that:
1.      Some of the TMA staff was trained in the use of computers and
        necessary hardware; they had developed an orientation for creating an
        automated office environment.
2.      Information flow within the TMA and with its stakeholders was quite
        rudimentary and means of communication adopted were notice board
        and word of mouth.
3.      The complaint center, a mandatory requirement of PLGO 2001, was
        not formally established. Though complaints were resolved on
        mandatory basis but the resolution was without a set of standard
        operating procedures and lacked coordination amongst TMA staff.

PMSIP Interventions
As PMDFC is geared towards improving the skills of TMA staff and considers
improvement in service delivery inconceivable without a strong human
resource base, it introduced human resource development initiatives
unprecedented at TMA level under the umbrella of PMSIP. Since, PMSIP
aims to improve performance and service delivery of TMAs - office automation
is identified as the first step towards achieving these goals.

3.2 PMSIP Computer Trainings
As IT skills are integral to efficient and effective office management in present
times, PMDFC imparted I.T. training to the TMA T.T. Singh staff. It was
complemented with the provision office equipment is; they were able to use it
efficiently. Moreover, the said IT trainings are an important step towards the
computerization of office records and are resulting in efficient office
management. It is hoped that analysis of data would become easy and errors
in record keeping would be decreased considerably. Moreover, I.T. skills are
also a pre-requisite for PMSIP interventions such as: Financial Management
System, Complaint Tracking System, Performance Management System etc.



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PMDFC arranged for the basic computer training of 6 staff members,
nominated by the TMA. The trainees attended a 2 month short course. An
interim assessment of trainees was done by PMDFC and their performance
and level of skills gained was found to be dissatisfactory.

Website updation Training
Development of TMA website is an important capacity building intervention
under PMSIP. An active and well designed website can apprise citizens and
organizations working with TMA of the working and responsibilities of the
TMA. Moreover, information flow can become smooth for all stakeholders.
Therefore, PMDFC designed and developed a website for TMA T.T. Singh.

Regular updation of the website was deemed the TMA responsibility. Mr.
Adnan Kashif, Computer Operator and Mr. Asif Ameen, Computer Operator
were nominated by the TMA for this training and 2 day training was imparted
by Mr. Mubasher Ahmad, IT Assistant PMDFC, at the TMA office. Mr. Adnan
and Mr. Asif were trained in MS Front page, Adobe Photoshop, website
management through control panel and updation by use of FTP. They
successfully completed the training and is updating the website on monthly
basis.


3.3 Hands-on training for Complaint Resolution
Section 188 of PLGO 2001 lays down for the establishment of a complaint cell
at the Tehsil level. It states:

      “Every District Government, Tehsil Municipal Administration, Town
      Municipal Administration and Union Administration shall set up a
      complaint cell for redressal of grievances within the ambit of their
      responsibilities under this Ordinance.”

The Tehsil Nazim and the
TMO were involved in               Sectoral Analysis of Complaints Data
setting up a complaint cell at                TMA T.T. Singh
the    TMA     office.   The         16%
complaint      cell      was
established    under      the                                      Water Supply
supervision of the TMO Mr.                                         Sewerage
Muhammad       Saleem.      A
                                                                   Street Light
standard design of complaint
register was developed by       20%                       64%
PMDFC and the register was
handed over to the TMA. A
1 day hands-on training was given to the officials in accordance with the
standard operating procedures developed by PMDFC for complaint resolution.

PMDFC hopes that its ground breaking interventions will go a long way in the
human resource development of TMA T.T. Singh and its staff once equipped

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with right skills set can be expected to provide timely, cost effective and
reliable services to the citizens of T.T. Singh.

Table 4: Total Staff Trained


      Sr. No.             PMSIP Intervention            No. of Staff Trained

          1.          Basic Computer training                    6
          2.             Website updation                        2
          3.         Complaint tracking system                   2
          4.      Automatic level machine provision              2
                           Total                                12

3.4 Performance Management System
Performance Management System in TMAs is one of the key institutional
development components of performance improvement plan (PIP) that
PMDFC is implementing in partner TMAs. PMDFC has taken the initiative of
implementing PMS in its partner TMAs, under the guidance of Mr. Harry P.
Hatry and Ms Rittu Nayyar Stone from Urban Institute Washington and World
Bank. In March 05, a team of experts from Urban Institute visited PMDFC and
arranged a two days workshop (19 & 21 March 05) at Hotel Avari, Lahore on
Performance Management System.

PMS in TMA Toba Tek Singh
PMDFC has arranged several workshops, meetings and visits for awareness
and consensus building among the TMA staff.




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Table 5:         The details of workshops / seminars in which TMA Toba Tek
                 Singh was invited.

 Sr.             Date
                                   Duration         Workshop Title      Participants
  #       From           To
                                                 Workshop on
                                                                        Tehsil Nazim,
                                                 “Performance
 1      10.8.05      10.8.05       One day                              TMO, All four
                                                 Management
                                                                            TOs
                                                 System”
                                                 Workshop on
                                                 “Improving Service
                                   Two                                  TMO, All four
 2      29.8.05      30.8.05                     Delivery Through
                                   days                                    TOs
                                                 Strengthening
                                                 TMAs”
                                                 Orientation seminar
                                                 for Tehsil Nazims on
                                                 “Punjab Municipal      Tehsil Nazim,
 3      19.11.05 19.11.05 One day
                                                 Services                  TMO
                                                 Improvement
                                                 Project”
                                                 Meeting on selection   Tehsil Nazim,
 4      15.12.05 15.12.05 One day                of core performance    TMO, All four
                                                 indicators                 TOs
                                                 Workshop on
                                                                        Tehsil Nazim,
                          Four                   “Improving
 5      24.01.06 27.01.06                                               TMO, All four
                          days                   Performance
                                                                            TOs
                                                 Management”
                                                 Workshop For
                                                 Tehsil Nazims on
 6      03.07.06 03.07.06 One day                                       Tehsil Nazim
                                                 Implementation of
                                                 PMS
                                                 Workshop on
                                                 Baseline Value
                                                                         TMO & TO
 7      10.7.06      10.7.06       One day       Procedures for
                                                                           (I&S)
                                                 Service Delivery
                                                 Indicators
                                                 Workshop on Rating
                                                 of TMA Roads              Sub-
 8      18.7.06      18.7.06       One day
                                                 through Trained         Engineers
                                                 Observer
                                                 Workshop on
                                                                         Nominated
 9      19.7.06      19.7.06       One day       Survey of TMA
                                                                           staff
                                                 Parks

Data Collection & Analysis
Before initiation of PMS, there was lack of data collection and reporting
culture particularly in municipal service delivery. After development of
performance indicators and selection of core indicators, data collection

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formats were developed and shared with the TMAs during the two workshops
held in July 05 (3 & 10 July). Trainings were also provided to TMA staff where
required for data collection. The last two workshops were arranged to train the
nominated TMA staff for road rating and parks survey. TMA Mailsi was then
asked to collect and report data on core performance indicators by the end of
July 06, which was used as baseline for year 2006-07.

Table 6: The status of baseline information provided by TMA

                                                                             Actual
                                                   Reporting
                         Performance                             Reporte   value after
    Sector                                         month for
                           Indicator                             d value      data
                                                   baseline
                                                                            cleaning
                   Avg. hours of water
 Water             supplied to households
                                                        Jul-06    2 hrs       2 hrs
 Supply            per day during the last
                   month
                   % of households
 Sewerage          connected to the                     Jul-06    74%         74%
                   sewerage system
 Solid Waste       % of solid waste
                                                        Jul-06    79%         58%
 Collection        collected per day
                   % of roads & street
                                                        Jul-06    52%         52%
 Street            with street lights
 Lights            % of street lights not
                                                        Jul-06    27%         27%
                   working
                   % of roads in good
 Roads                                                  Jul-06    80%         71%
                   condition
                   Avg no of people
 Parks                                                  Sep 06    514         514
                   visiting TMA park daily
 Park 1            Iqbal Nagar park                               132         132
 Park 2            Akalwala road park                             169         169
 Park 3            Teko park                                      232         232

It almost takes more than four months to clean the data and get the reports in
given reporting formats. The reporting formats were developed as per
discussions with relevant TMA officials. Data for the reported period was
analyzed and its cleaning was done.

Target Setting
After finalization of baseline values during the month of Dec 06, TMA was
facilitated to set target values against each performance indicator. Target
setting was based on the analysis of present infrastructure, cost of providing
services, revenue from services and available resources for any up-
gradation/repair/maintenance of municipal services.
The targets set by TMA Mailsi involved serious discussions with Tehsil Nazim,
TMO and TO (I&S) particularly and other TMA staff.


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Table 7:         The targets set by TMA for the year 2006-07

                                                         Baseline   Targets
     Sector                Performance Indicator
                                                         2006-07    2006-07
                    Avg. hours of water supplied to
  Water
                    households per day during the         2 hrs      3 hrs
  Supply
                    last month
                    % of households connected to the
  Sewerage                                                 74%       74%
                    sewerage system
  Solid Waste
                    % of solid waste collected per day     58%       80%
  Collection
                    % of roads & street with street
  Street                                                   52%       52%
                    lights
  Lights
                    % of street lights not working         27%       20%
  Roads             % of roads in good condition           71%       71%
                    Average no of people visiting
  Parks
                    TMA park daily
                    Iqbal Nagar park                       132       132
                    Akal wala road park                    169       169
                    Teko park                              232       232

3.6 Management Analysis

3.6.1 Staff Perks
Staff Residency/Accommodation:

Only TMO has the official residence. Rest of the TMA staff is based in Toba
Tek singh while TO (R) comes from Tandlianwala.

Transportation facility:

There are six vehicles with the TMA.TMO has an official vehicle as well as
TO(I&S) who has car. TO(P) and TO (R) also have jeeps while ATO has jeep
and three motor cycles are with sanitary inspector, taxation officer and sub
engineer HQ.

3.6.2 Office Structure
Building/independent offices:

All the TOs have well furnished well equipped independent offices. The old
building was extended and renovated.



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Work space:

The offices are spacious with good working environment.

3.6.3 Computers:
Before the implementation of PIP in Toba Tek Singh, the total number of
computers with the TMAwere 6 and there were 4 printers. One computer was
withTehsil Nazim, one with TMO and four computers were with TOs. PMDFC
has equipped TO(P) office with the latest computer with the a printer.




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Chapter IV

                             URBAN PLANNING
4.1 TO(P) Office
Following Table compares the available posts and filled posts.

Table 3:         Detail of Posts in Planning department (TMA-T. T. Singh)

S/No                 Post                  Available Posts   Filled Posts
1        TO(P)                                    1                1
2        Sub.Engr.                                1                1
3        Draftsman                                1                1
4        Building inspector                       1                -
5        Tracer                                   1               no
6        Sr. Clerk                                1                1
7        Jr Clerk                                 1                -
8        Assistant                                1                -
9        Naib Qasid                               2                1

TO(P) Muhammad Aslam qualified planner and is a Local Government
employee and has 13 years experience with Local Government system. Sub-
Engineer Abad Ali from Local Government, Clerk Hamid Sarfraz is from
PHED who has experience in data collection, surveying and report writing.

Currently no building inspector is available with the TO(P) Office. The post
has now been sanctioned and advertised. The draftsman has to go to visit the
town on daily basis. He observes any development changes found and then
issue a notice. The trend of submission of application for development
changes is not popular. The reason being high scrutiny fee i.e. Rs. 2000 per
marla. People find it too high to pay. Another head is the de-
commercialization fee which is 20% of the land value. TMA face difficulty to
collect this high percentage of fee from the builder.

4.2 Mapping
A comprehensive mapping exercise under Geographic Information System
has been undertaken in Toba Tek Singh by PMDFC.

Base maps and descriptive maps of road network, water supply, SWM have
been developed.

In addition to that maps including, Union Council Boundary map, Mohallah
map, Road Condition map, Street Light map etc have also been developed.

The exercise would enable TMA staff to use state of art GIS technology and
get first hand experience with techniques of data collection and data analysis.


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4.3 Land use Characteristics
The overall road pattern in Toba Tek Singh is Grid iron. All of the roads
intersect each other at right angle. Being planned town, the roads allow free
movement of traffic.

The Jhang road that runs north south through the town, is the primary road
and leads towards Kamalia in the south. The other transportation route
through the town centre is the railway track from north east to south west
direction.

The main chowk of the town is the Clock Tower chowk. Adjacent to this chowk
is the commercial area, towards west. To the south of clock tower is the bus
stand and various Government offices, like, District offices, Agriculture
Department, ADC House, AC office, DIG House are present. To the west of
these offices is the Godown for Food Department.

The sabzi mandi is in the immediate vicinity of the Clock tower chowk. In the
northern part of the town there are a number of educational institutions. Along
Jhang road is located the Government college for women, Government Model
High school, secondary schools, High schools and an Imam Bar Gah, among
religious buildings.

There are two parks in the town, i.e. Bilal Park and Akal wala Park. The Boys
Degree College is adjacent to the Aka wala Park. The other open spaces in
the town are the sites earmarked for stadium along Jhang road.

There are three grave yards in the different parts of the town.

4.4 City Zones
The city is situated along the main provincial road, Jhang road. The city is
planned on the either sides of this road. To discuss its main zones, the city
can be divided into three main zones:
     The central part
     The eastern zone
     The northern zone

The central part of the town is an institutional zone. A number of Government
Offices, and public buildings like schools are present in this part of the town.
Moreover the central part is the hub of commercial activities. The main
bazaars of the town are situated in this part of the town. As the town is a
planned one and roads are wide enough, so there are no bottle necks
present, which allow free and smooth movement of traffic.

The eastern part of the town is a purely residential area. In this part no other
uses are found to be present except the District offices.




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The northern part of the town is a mixed use zone. This area is not fully
developed, rather some vacant pockets are found. The uses that are found in
this zone are colleges, open space, water works graveyard etc.

4.5 Housing Typologies

In order to have some idea of existing housing situation in retrospect, some
information was gathered from secondary sources like District Census report.

The following information in table was collected from District Census report,
prepared in 1998.

Table 8:        Type of housing structures
              Type of              Number                   Percentage
              structure
              Pacca                 4842                         60%

              Semi pacca                     2005                25%

              Katcha                         1101                13%

              Total                          7948

                 Source:

The number of housing units in Toba Tek Singh are 7948. The type of
structures that are pacca comprise 60 % of the total housing structures, where
semi pacca are 25% and 13% are katcha.

Table 9:       Housing facilities
              Facilities                                Percentage

              Drinking water                               82%

              Availability of latrines                     47%

              Electricity                                  96%

                 Source: DCR, Jhelum

4.6 Growth Directions
The city is growing towards south east direction. The most predominant
development is the residential on private land. The main cause of
development in this direction is the availability of good quality water and the
nearness to the institutional zone. The main educational institutions an, offices
and hospital are situated in eastern part therefore main growth trend is taking
place in this direction.


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Some development is also taking place along kamalia road. Two housing
schemes are being established along Shorkot road, on Kamanawala road.
These schemes are Makkah town and Al-Jannat city. These schemes are in
the process of approval, but people have started constructing their houses.

There is no development taking place in northern direction, along Jhang road
as the quality of water is not good. This direction is rather deserted.




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Chapter V

             Status of Municipal Infrastructure &
                     Recommendations

For determining the existing status of infrastructure, PMDFC developed pre
designed formats. The data was collected by engineer who worked very
closely with the second line officials of the TMA staff. This information was
utilized to determine the status of service delivery, including required
improvements and extensions. Based on the analysis, PMDFC identified the
following areas (separately for each service):

    1. Areas with no service
    2. Areas with partial coverage.
    3. Areas such as new residential colonies where services are planned to
       be provided.

Based on the above analysis, the status of infrastructure services is described
below:

5.1 Road Network
Due to urbanization the town is expanding
which result in congestion and increased
traffic on roads. The urbanization has
resulted in increased commercial activity
which in turn gives rise to heavy traffic on
roads. The town is well connected with
other major towns in the area such as
Jhang, Shorkot, Gojra and Kamalia. T. T
Singh has constructed an underpass on
Gojra road that passes under railway line.
                                                        Exhibit 1:


Existing Condition of TMA Roads

Most of the roads are in good condition.
According to PMS, PMDFC data 71 % of roads
in the town are in good condition, 19 % in fair
condition and 10 percent in bad condition. As T.
T. Singh is a planned town, most of the roads
and streets are laid in grid iron pattern with
adequate       right    of   ways.   Temporary
encroachments        have    created   problems
resulting in traffic problems on main roads and
commercial areas. The metalled width of main                  Exhibit 2:


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roads varies from 10 ft to 35 ft whereas ROW is available in greater widths
and even up to 168 ft on roads such as Jhang road. Hence widening of most
of the roads is possible, except for few places where ROW is narrow. Due to

Un-metalled / unpaved shoulders, the residents / shopkeepers have raised
the level of their houses/shops by earth-filling and during monsoon the roads
are virtually converted into storm water channels, making commuting difficult.

Table 10:        Existing Condition of TMA Roads

                                  Length-         R.O.W    Width
Name                              (KM)            (FT)     (FT)      Condition
Varayam Wala Road                     2.5             50       15    Fair
Shorkot Road                          3.3             70       40    Fair
Subzai Mandi Road                     1.5             20       10    Bad
Kamalia road                          2.2             50     20-40   Fair
DCO Road                               1              30       15    Bad
Gojra Road                            1.5             50       40    Fair
Jhang Road                             2              75       40    Fair
Main Islam Pura Road                  1.2             30       15    Good
Nishter Road                          1.2             40       15    Good
Allama Iqbal Road                    1.09             40       15    Good
Godam Road                            0.6             30       15    Fair
Akalwala Road                          1              60       20    Good
Canal Road                           1.08             25       15    Fair
Bhulair Road                          1.3             25       15    Good




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Table 11:        Detail of Main Roads in T. T. Singh

 S.                    Road                             Rationale       Beneficiaries
 No
  1     Widening of Bhulair Road                This is a major       Population of
                                                road originating      Islampura and
                                                from Jhang road       New IslamPura
                                                                      would benefit with
                                                                      a project that
                                                                      would undertake
                                                                      detail up-
                                                                      gradation of
                                                                      interior roads.
  2     Widening of Nishtar Road                Mohalla Eid Gah,
                                                Kachi Abadi ends
                                                at Sarhand Colony
  3     Widening of Allama Iqbal                Grain Market,
        Road                                    Mohalla Ansari,
                                                Mohalal Arfat,
                                                Sarhand Colony
  4     Improvement of DCO Road                 Important
                                                Government
                                                buildings, Civil
                                                Lines, District
                                                Offfices, GOR,
                                                Amir Din Town,
                                                Mustafabad
  5     Improvement/Widening of                 Civil Lines,
        Sabzi Mandi Road                        Govindpura,
                                                Ittehad Park, Sabzi
                                                Mandi,

5.2 Water Supply
PMDFC and TMA T. T Singh have initiated a water supply scheme with
amount Rs 50.0 million. Boring of tube well has been completed and presently
testing for the same is being done.

Existing Situation before launch of PMDFC Sub-Project
Sub soil ground water is brackish. It is chemically not fit for human
consumption. As such, canal water after treatment by slow sand filtration is
supplied. Three water works are functioning; one (WW-5) is under construction
which is the replacement of existing water works 1. In addition, 9 shallow tube
wells have been installed along Lower Gogera Branch Canal to draw ground
water and transmit to the city through a 16-inches diameter AC transmission
main. Moreover, small capacity tube wells are also working within Water
Works-1 & 2 premises drawing recharged water from the raw water storage.
The design capacity of said water sources is as under:

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Table 12:        Designed Water Source Capacity and Production

                       Water Source Capacity,             Operation       Daily Supply,
     Description              cusecs                        Time           million glns
                     Surface  Ground     Total             Hours       designed estimated
        Water
       Works-1         0.669      1.800       2.469          12          0.66          0.66
        Water
       Works-2         1.226      1.350       2.576          12          0.69          0.69
        Water
       Works-3         0.669      0.000       0.669          12          0.18          0.18
        Water
       Works-4         0.000      5.400       5.400          12          1.45          1.45




     Source
     capacity        2.564        8.550       11.114         12          2.99          2.99
     Source Capacity                                         16          3.99          3.99

Evidently, total designed capacity of both the water sources (surface & ground)
is 11.114 cusecs ( 5.98 mgd). For 12-hours operation, the daily water supplied
would be 2.99 mgd and for 16-hours operation the daily water supplied would
be 3.99 million gallons.

     On account of miscellaneous reasons including canal closures particularly
     during drought situation and reduced efficiency of some of the tube wells,
     the actual water supplied to the consumers is much less.

Table 13:        Estimated Expected Water Supplied

                           Water Source Capacity,           Operation    Daily Supply,
         Description              cusecs                      Time       million glns
                         Surface  Ground    Total            Hours        estimated
            Water
           Works-1      0.669         1.800      2.469            12            0.24
            Water
           Works-2      1.226         1.350      2.576            12            0.18
            Water
           Works-3      1.226         0.000      0.669            12            0.00
            Water
           Works-4      0.000         5.400      5.400            12            1.45
         Source
         capacity       3.122         8.550      11.114           12            1.88
         Source Capacity                                          16            2.50

As such present supply of water is as under:
    12-hours operation=1.88 million gallons per day
    16-hours operation=2.50 million gallons per day




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     1.          Based on water demand of 30 (including institutional) gallons per
                 capita per day (Year-2005) and about 45 gallons per capita per
                 day.
                 Evidently the existing shortage of about 1 MGD will increase to
                 more than 2 MGD by 2010 and will be more than 5 MGD by the
                 year 2025.

     2.          The proposed water supply scheme comprises:

                     a. Better management of the system by increasing
                        operational hours, which are presently 12-hours and are
                        suggested to be increased to 16-hours (the individual tube
                        wells installed along canal will operate for 12-hours only,
                        staggering will be so done that average operation is not
                        less than 16-hours). The clogged filtering media i.e. sand
                        will be washed / replaced where required;
                     b. Additional 7-Nrs tube wells of capacity 0.6 cusec each,
                        along the Canal (replica of existing tube wells) are
                        proposed. The said number of tube wells excludes any
                        renovation – replacement of existing tube wells which will
                        be made as and when required after proper testing to
                        make the total number of tube wells as 16.

                     c. The operation of water source and its distribution has
                        been amended as under:
                            i. All the tube wells installed / to be installed will
                               convey water to the IPS (at a latter stage to Main
                               Loop encircling the entire city). Water abstracted
                               directly from the transmission main will be
                               disconnected and connected with the proposed
                               /existing distribution system.
                           ii. Treated surface water and ground water from tube
                               wells installed in the premises of water works will
                               continue operation in the present shape,
                          iii. Additional pumping at WW-1 is proposed to deliver
                               water to proposed overhead reservoir in Islampura
                               and existing reservoir along Waryam Road;
                          iv. Additional pumping at IPS will supplement water
                               supply in housing colony;
                           v. Additional pumping proposed at WW-2 will
                               augment water in the vicinity;

                 The hydraulic simulation of the entire proposed system has been
                 conducted and equitable distribution of water has been ensured
                 to the consumers.

     3.          On the basis of average 30 (2005) gallons per capita per day
                 water demand which is assumed to be increasing over the period
                 and is anticipated to be 45 gallons by the Year-2030.Against


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                 present production of about 2 millions gallons per day, the
                 requirement is about 3 million gallons per day.

     4.          It is noted that overhead reservoir will not require any
                 augmentation up to the year 2010. However, to meet the water
                 requirements in the expansion areas, one additional reservoir of
                 capacity 100,000 gallons is proposed under immediate action
                 areas; Islampura and its vicinity.

     5.          Intermittent water is supplied to consumers and usual supply
                 hours are as low as about 2-hours to 8 hours. Considering
                 quantity of water available and present water supply system, it is
                 advisable to continue supply of water on intermittent basis.

     6.          The project requirements to meet the demands up to the Year-
                 2010 are summarized as under:

     Table 14:           Project Requirements

               Phase              Price                     Remarks
                                million Rs.
           Requirements                         7-Nrs. Tube wells
          up to Year-2010                       Part of Main Loop
                                                1-Nr. Overhead Reservoir
                                                Secondary-Tertiary water
                                                distribution in expansion areas
                                     91         Augmentation of existing
                                                distribution network
                                                Additional pumping at WW-
                                                1,WW-2
                                                Additional ground storage at
                                                WW-1

                 Under the program, the entire population (100%) is proposed to
                 be served with water by the Year-2010. The water distribution
                 network will be completed to meet the ultimate requirements
                 whereas the tube wells and overhead reservoirs are proposed to
                 be completed as suggested above when water demand so
                 necessitates.

     7.          The existing water tariff has been studied and new tariff is
                 proposed which is proposed to be levied by the Year-2008. The
                 proposed tariff is as under:

                     a. Domestic
                            i. Low Income                      Rs. 56 per household
                           ii. Middle Income                   Rs. 113 per household
                          iii. High Income                     Rs.225 per household

                     b. Commercial-Institutional

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                                                          Rs. 500 per connection
                     c. Industrial
                                                          Rs.13,200              per
                                                          connection

                 The proposed tariff will increase by 5% after 3-years period.

     8.          The cost of the project is estimated as Rs.91 millions, the
                 abstract is as under:

Table 15:        Abstract of the Project

                               SUMMARY OF PRICES
                                                                Amount
   Nr.                          Description
                                                                 (Rs)
    1             Tubewell – New                                 11,647,790
    2             Tubewell - Replacement                          2,332,446
    3             Ground Storage - Existing                       3,670,537
    4             Pump Chamber                                    5,455,533
    5             Generators                                      8,246,800
    6             Overhead Reservoir                              6,734,060
    7             Collection Main                                11,075,535
    8             Improvement of Transmission Main                  199,445
    9             Rising Main                                     8,157,304
   10             Distribution Network                           11,193,275
   11             Servant Quarters                                1,080,238
   12             Service Connections                            13,458,360
   13             Water Meters                                      440,100
   14             Filter Media                                    1,080,000
   15             Miscellaneous                                   1,735,000
   16             Sub-Total                                      86,506,423
   17             Contingencies, 5%                               4,325,321
   18             Total                                          90,831,744

The estimates include provision of bulk water meters for existing and new tube
wells and service connections for 9,000 house holds as well.

5.3 Sewerage
Existing Sewerage System

Sewerage is laid in most of the town, the sewer size ranges from 9 inches to
24 inches. Majority of the urban area is covered by sewerage while the low
income areas are still deprived of this basic utility service. It is noticed that
more than 2/3 rd of the city is served with sanitary sewerage.

Open surface drains (tertiary drains), mostly Type-I, Punjab Standard Type
Design to collect sullage / surface water from streets;

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In newly expanded–low income areas, the sullage is collected in streets and
finds its way into low lying areas. Sewage / sullage flowing in open drains /
depressions are common. There are 8816 sewerage connections.

Disposal Station No.1

This is the oldest disposal station. The
size of collecting well is 25-ft diameter and
is about 18 feet deep; Pump house has
one pump, 50-HP motor;

The disposal station particularly Nr.1 is
not in good working condition. The
collecting tank has developed serious
structural   cracks   and    has      poor
maintenance. Outfall is taken to fields to                Exhibit 3:
be used for agriculture purposes. The
sewage is auctioned by TMA.


Disposal Station No.2 (near Housing Colony No. 1)

Bar screens; collecting well, 22-ft diameter and about 24 feet deep;
Pump house has four pumps, one 40-HP motor, three 50-HP motor, two
pumps are presently functioning.

The disposal is in bad condition with structure damage to collecting tank that is
housed in pump house. Water has entered in the pump house. PHED is
initiating a project to develop new disposal station. It has already provided a
generator to this disposal station.

Disposal Station No.3 (Housing Colony No. 2)

Bar screens; collecting well, 20-ft
diameter and about 16 feet deep;
Pump house has two pumps, one
pump is presently functioning. This
disposal is in good condition. It is
working for 2 hours and cater needs for
the housing colony No. 2 only. Outfall
takes sewer underneath forest park
and disposed of in open land.


                                                        Exhibit 4:
Service Level
Most of the town is covered with sewerage facility. The areas that are still not
inhabited fully or are away from town are not covered.

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Full Coverage

Mehmood Abad, New Abadi, Kachi Abadi, Islam Pura, New Islam Pura, Raja
Park, Revenue Colony, Noor Park, Shareef Colony, Bakshi Park, Gowshala,
Shuja Colony, Sarhand Colony, Chiristian Colony, Awami Mohallah, Mohallah
Irfat,Al Qaim Centre, Wood Market, Mohallah Ansarian, Kachi Abadi,
Mohallah Eid Gah, Grain Market, Chamra Mandi, Gulberg, Iqbal Nagar

Partial Coverage
Ithad Park, Gobind Pura, Civil Courts, G.O.R, Civil Line, Didtt.              Offices,
Housing Colony No 1, Rodhi, Jinnah Colony # 2

No Coverage

Ghulstan Colony, New Garden Town, Muhammad Pura, Mustafa Abad,
Saddique Park, Hira Colony, Garden Town, Chak 328 JB, Madina Colony, Zia
Colony, Chak 330 JB, Housing Colony No 2, Abadi Pir Mansoor, 7 Marala
Chak 327 Plair, Chak 327 JB

The Establishment

The establishment comprises:

     1.          Establishment                            30 Nrs.
     2.          Establishment Charges             Rs. 1,932,893 per annum-

Annual operation & Maintenance

The status of annual operation and maintenance is as under:

1.        POL                             Rs.39,260
2.        Operation & Maintenance         Rs.189,382
3.        Electricity Charges             Rs.1,274,551
          Total                           Rs.1,503,193

Areas affected due to sewerage problem

Existing sewerage scheme has also run out its life and is overburdened. The
sewer lines are over flowing during rainy days especially in thickly populated
area on Civil Line near Chowk Ahl-e-Hadees.




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5.4 Street Lights
Most of the town is covered with street lights. Major roads are also covered.
Newly developed areas or attached villages are not covered yet.


Full Coverage

Gowshala, Shuja Colony, Sarhand Colony, Chiristian Colony, Awami
Mohallah, Mohallah Irfat, Mohallah Ansarian, Kachi Abadi, Mohallah Eid Gah,
Chamra Mandi, Gulberg, Govt College for Women, Iqbal Nagar,Variam Road,
Shorkot Road, Kamalia Road, Jhang Road, Under pass, Gojra Road, DCO
Road, Canal Road

Partial Coverage

Housing Colony No 1, Shareef Colony, Bakshi Park, Al Qaim Centre
Wood Market, Grain Market

No Coverage

Gulistan Colony, New Garden Town, New Abadi, Kachi Abadi, New Islam
Pura, Revenue Colony, Noor Park, Godown Food Department, Rodhi, Jinnah
Colony # 2, Saddique Park, Hira Colony, Garden Town, Chak 328 JB, Madina
Colony, Zia Colony, Chak 330 JB, Housing Colony No 2, Abadi Pir Mansoor,
7 Marala Chak 327 Bhulair Chak 327 JB


5.5 Solid Waste Management

T. T Singh is a planned town, therefore, roads and streets are wide and laid
down in grid pattern. Most of the main roads are encroached with temporary
encroachments. It is relatively a clean town compared with other towns in
Punjab.

Existing System
The existing solid waste management system of the town is as follows:

Collection System
Primary Collection

Sanitary workers work in two shifts. They start sweeping streets at 5:00 am
and work till 9:00 am. In the second shift they work from 2-5 pm. After
sweeping the streets and roads the sanitary workers carry the solid waste in
wheel barrows by manually driving and collect at certain collection points.



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Secondary Collection

T. T. Singh has 2 tractor trolleys with combined collection capacity of 6.70
tons. On average both trolleys make 5 trips to the dumping site. (PMS,
PMDFC) From certain collection points established at comparatively spacious
sites, accessible to tractor trolleys, the solid waste is transported to dumping
sites by tractor trolleys. TMA has presently only two (2) nos. tractor trolleys.
TMA had tried to place skips in various places in the town. 10 skips were
placed but the experiment failed to achieve its objectives. Abandoned skips
are lying in water works in Akal Wala Road.

Existing Collection Points
The solid waste is being collected at
under-mentioned points in the town for
further disposal at dumping sites. Most of
these points are open collection points.
The enclosed masonry ones are mostly
in bad condition with broken walls. TMA
is finding hard to find more collection
points as citizens don‟t want the points
near them.                                              Exhibit 5:


Table 16:         Detail of Existing Collection Points

                                                           COLLECTION
 ID       LOCATION                               TYPE      FREQUENCY    REMARKS
      1   Tekoo Park                              Open        Daily
      2   Near Tanky                              Close       Daily
      3   mandi road Muhammad pura                Open        Daily
      4   Muhammad pura                           Open        Daily
      5   Bye Pass                                Close       Daily
                                                                        TMA wants to
                                                                        move this
      6   Near Police Station                     Open         Daily    dumping point
                                                                        Large waste
      7   Wariam wala road near Graveyard         Open        Weekly    collection place
                                                                        Large waste
   8      Wariam wala road near Church            Open        Weekly    collection place
   9      Bilal Park                              Close        Daily    In bad condition
  10      Near Zubaida Masjid                     Open         Daily
  11      Near Disposal                           Close        Daily
  12      Mohallah Islam Pura                     Open         Daily
  13      Grain Market and Sadar Bazar            Open         Daily
  14      Near GPO                                Open         Daily




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Existing Establishment
Data available in Annex – D




                                                    Exhibit 6:
Available Equipments

Table 17:        Detail of Equipment available with TMA T. T. Singh

   Sr.
              Description                       Numbers             Present Status
   No.
   1   Wheel barrows                                140          100 in Working Order
   2   Tractor operated trolleys                     2           2 in Working condition
   3   Water Tanks                                   2           In    bad     condition,
                                                                 leakage problem

Machinery is locally repaired with out sourcing.

Annual Expenditure on SWM
Data available in Annex – D

Existing Land fill/Dumping Sites

No proper land fill site is available in or outside the town. The solid waste is
dumped in open space owned by TMA near slaughter house and old disposal
station. TMA owns 18 acres of land inside town. Some of the land is in
depressions. All SWM collected is dumped here as shown in the picture. As
slaughter house is also located on the site its waste is also dumped with
municipal waste. There is no inhabitant around the dumping site, therefore, no
social issues are present but in-sanitary & unhygienic conditions are
degrading the environment of the town, emitting obnoxious smells and
breeding mosquitoes and flies that may be causing communicable diseases.


Existing Service Level

Due to shortage of equipment and manpower TMA T. T. Singh is not able to
serve the entire area of the town. Some areas have good service delivery
level whereas other having lesser attention gets poor service. The service
level in the town is stated as under: - (Map)


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Full Coverage

Mehmood Abad, , Islam Pura, , Raja Park, Revenue Colony, Noor Park,
Muhammad Pura, Sitra Colony, Mustafa Abad, Ameer Din Town, Ithad Park,
Gobind Pura, Civil Courts, G.O.R, Civil Line, Housing Colony No 1, Rodhi,
Jinnah Colony # 2, Shareef Colony, Bakshi Park, Gowshala, Shuja Colony,
Sarhand Colony, Chiristian Colony, Awami Mohallah, Mohallah Irfat, Al Qaim
Centre, Wood Market, Mohallah Ansarian, Mohallah Eid Gah, Grain Market,
Chamra Mandi, Gulberg, Iqbal Nagar


Partial Coverage

Saddique Park, Rodhi, Madina Colony, Zia Colony, Abadi Pir Mansoor, Hira
Colony, Disposal Colony No. 1

No Coverage

Ghulstan Colony, New Garden Town, New Abadi , Hira Colony, Garden
Town, Chak 328 JB Chak 330 JB, Housing Colony 2, Chak 327 Bhulair Road,
New Islam Pura, Kachi Abadi

Operations & Maintenance
The status of annual operation and maintenance is as under:

                 POL              Maintenance              Others              Total

                 6,31,221                 2,96,722                  32,652     9,60,595
Needs
The town is generating about 30 tons (taking 0.4 kg/c/day generation) of solid
waste / day which is expected to increase to around 34 ton/day by 2011.

Table 18:        Detail of Solid Waste Generation

           Year             Population                  SW Generation (tons)
           2006               74,407                          29.76
           2011               85,176                          34.07
           2016               97,502                            39
           2021              111,612                          44.64
           2026              127,764                           51.1

The TMA has got a capacity of managing only around 18 ton/day with the
existing equipment and manpower. If the management capacity of TMA is not
improved, the town will face serious environmental threats with heaps of solid
waste emerging up in street, bazaars, open spaces and even in play grounds.




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Service level would also need to be improved as more population is expected
to reside in newly developed areas. More machinery and equipment would be
needed. Present dumping site would have to be shifted outside town.

5.6 Fire Fighting
Existing Fire Fighting Arrangements

The existing fire fighting system in T. T. Singh
is located on the crossing of Jhang and Bhalair
roads office. It is also next to Govt. College for
Women. There is only one shed for fire engine.
                                                        Exhibit 6:
The office is small without proper equipment.
Record of fire incidences has been kept up to
date by the staff. Discussions with fire
supervisor indicated that present location of
fire station is serving the town well, but it
needs few more rooms. Office also needs
requisite furniture. Fire station is working for24
hours in three (3) shifts.

The equipment and vehicles available with               Exhibit 7:
TMA are described as under:-
   Fire Engines
TMA has only one Bedford fire engine.

   Fire Equipment
    The under mentioned fire equipment is available with TMA at present:-

Table 19: Detail of available Fire Equipment

        Sr.    Description                                Qty
        1.     Canvas Pipe 3 “                             8
        2.     Spray Nozzle - brass                        1
        3.     Foam nozzle                                 2
        4.     Rubber Boats                                4
        5.     Gas masks                                   2
        6.     Helmets plastic                             6
                 Source: TMA record

Fire Hydrants
There are two (2) fire hydrants in the city. One near Fire Station fed with a
motor installed at back of the fire station. Other fire hydrant is at water works
at Akal Wala road and is supplied water from the water works. There are no
fire hydrants at south part of city. Therefore, two more fire hydrants should be
developed.



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Urban areas to be served by Fire Fighting
Fire brigade serves TMA T. T. Singh as well as TMA Gojra, Kamalia and on
special requests even serves and other areas.

Fire Fighting for Industry

T. T. Singh is not an industrial town – it is though surrounded by few factories.

Table 20: Detail of Existing Manpower for Fire Fighting

        S.No             Designation                Sanctioned       Vacant posts
                                                      posts
        1         Fire Station In                    Presently Chief sanitation
                  charge/Suptd.                      officer is in charge of fire
                                                                station
        2         Fireman                                6                 -
        4         Driver, Fire brigade                   3                 -

        Source: TMA record

Table 21:        Detail of Fire Incidences in Last Three Years in T. T. Singh

     Sr.
                  Year                            No. of Fire Incidences
     No.
     1.          2004-5                                      69
     2.          2005-6                                     114
     3.          2006-7                                      43
    Source: TMA record

Overall situation of Fire Fighting Arrangements
Situation is not satisfactory as far as staff placing and equipment is
concerned. The location of fire station is central. The old one requires repair.
Fire station is not equipped with requisite equipment or trained staff. TMA is
expecting a new fire engine donated by an NGO, Pakistan Federation
International, based in T. T Singh and UK. With this addition, T. T. Singh
would be fully equipped to fire fighting needs.

5.7 Parks
There are three parks maintained by TMA. All the three are well maintained
with basic necessities. There is another major park in T. T. Singh maintained
by District Govt. i.e Forest Park on Jhang road next to Housing Colony No. 2.




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Table 22:        Average no of people visiting the TMA’s parks daily

Name of park              Location                                     Avg. no of people
                                                                     visiting the park daily

Teko Park                 Near railway station                                350

Iqbal Nagar               Jhang road                                          105

Akal Wala road            Akal Wala road                                      250

        Source: PMS data, PMDFC


Iqbal Nagar Park

It‟s a small park along Jhang road,
Around 100 people visit this park daily. It
is maintained and is serving people well.

Teko Park

TMA got lease of land from Railway and
converted this into a nice park with
necessary public entertainment facilities.
                                                        Exhibit 8:
From PMS, PMDFC data approximately
350 people visit the park.


Akal Wala Park

This park has recently been developed
and lies next to Boys College on Akal
Wala Road. This is a large park and has
already attracted people living around it.
TMA is maintaining this park nicely.

                                                        Exhibit 9:
Table 23:        Sub-Project

Sub-Project                           Rationale                        Beneficiaries
Improvement of Bilal Park             In south west part of            People living in
                                      town there is no                 south-west part of
                                      developed park. TMA              town would benefit
                                      owns space for Bilal             with the development
                                      Park that lies in                of this park.
                                      Mohallas such as :




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                                                                                                 N



                        Site Plan for purpose Bilal Park                                     W


                                                                                                 S
                                                                                                     E




                                     Bilal Park

                        Gowshala               Sultan Fundation School




                                                       Sarhand Colony



                                                                         Chiristian Colony



                           Bakshi Park




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5.8 Slaughter House
Slaughter house was visited by planning team, PMDFC with sanitary
inspector.
   Existing Slaughter House

Existing slaughter house is located near
old disposal and solid waste dumping
site. It is located near Akal Wala road.
TMA owns 18 acres of land inside the
city. Slaughter house is also built on
this TMA property. It is located on a 10
feet TST road. Therefore, even during
rainy season there is not much problem
in accessing the site. There is no
problem of citizens living in close
proximity around it. At back of the
slaughter house there is an open plot. Exhibit 10:
Slaughter house is spaced on 100‟ x 70‟
plot containing one large shed that serve
as slaughtering hall as well as skinning
hall.

200 – 300 small animals are brought
each day along with 25-50 large ones.


Water Supply System

There is a one pump for water supply
needs. There are two storage tanks Exhibit 11:
connected with the motor. Both tanks
are of size 7‟ x 8‟ x 5‟ connected by ¾ “ GI pipe.

Drainage System

Effluent disposal is not connected to
sewerage system and is discharged
into open space around slaughter
house.     Although contaminates are
not toxic in natures, but they can
introduce bacterial contamination and
increase nitrates, phosphates and
sulfates concentration in water,
leading to health problems.
                                                    Exhibit 11:
Solid Waste

Solid waste is being dumped across the TMA SWM dumping place. As a
result, there is slaughter house solid waste present in municipal solid waste.

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No treatment is being done on the solid waste generated. Soil is also being
contaminated where solid waste is being dumped.

Existing Establishment

The veterinary doctor is on honorarium of Rs. 800/- per month which is
extremely low. One sanitary worker is attached with the slaughter house as
well as a water carrier. A part time water clerk collects fee for slaughtering
animals.

Existing slaughter house capable of fulfilling the present slaughtering
requirements as well as social issues are under control. Keeping in view, TMA
T. T. Singh has a slaughter house that can serve the town for next 5 years.
Although, rows of trees should be planted around the site that would serve as
buffer zone to minimize smell problems. Solid wastes should be disposed of
to some place where it can be treated.




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CHAPTER VI

           WORKSHOP ON PRIORITIZATION OF
           INFRASTRUCTURE SUB-PROJECTS

Projects identified were based on surveys, analysis and „technical judgment‟.
The projects identified needed validation and prioritization by the elected
representatives of the people through consultations.

The following methodology was adopted for the prioritization process.

6.1 Pre-Workshop Consultations
PMDFC held meeting with Tehsil Nazim to discuss and finalize the workshop
methodology. The purpose was to develop a common understanding and
build consensus about the workshop methodology and the proposed projects.
The Tehsil Nazim was requested to invite the participants for workshop and
make available suitable venue for it.

PMDFC briefed how the workshop would proceed, including details about
formation of groups, inter-sector prioritization (i.e. roads vs water supply vs
sewerage etc.), followed by intra-sector prioritization, e.g. in case of roads
sector, individual road projects for the whole town were prioritized.

6.2 Workshop Proceedings
General
The work shop was held on 2nd August, 2007, in TMA complex, T.T.Singh. It
commenced at 12:00 p.m and was concluded at around 2:30 p.m.

Workshop Participants
The number of participants was 39. The stake holders were mainly the
representatives of the Tehsil Council and Union naib nazims, from --- urban
UCs of TMA TT Singh.

List of participants is appended at the end of this report.

The session
The workshop was formally started with a presentation given by PMDFC on
the existing situation of the town and proposed list of sub projects. During the
presentation, the participants took a keen interest, and asked a number of
questions about the working of, and already projects under taken by PMDFC.
They further updated the information about the existing situation, e.g. the

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stakeholders had serious reservations about the fire fighting system, as it was
considered inefficient.

Group formation
The participants were divided into 7 groups at random, but it was ensured that
people form same UC may not be included in the same group. Each group
comprised of 5-6 persons.

In the first round, inter-sector prioritization was done. Each group was given a
list of sectors i.e. roads, water supply, sewerage etc. They were first to label
their priority before each sector e.g. if they thought drains was the most
important problem of the town they were to assign 1 before drains, etc.

The results of the Inter sector prioritization were entered into a „priority matrix‟.
In this matrix, the group-wise sector priorities were entered as assigned by the
group members. Based on the frequency of responses, the inter-sector
prioritization was finalized.

In the second round, group members were asked to prioritize intra-sector
projects. Thus in case of roads, name of individual roads identified were
written Intra sector prioritization matrix. The participants suggested some new
projects to be included, e.g. street lights, which had not been identified by the
PMDFC. The priority-wise projects were then entered in intra-sector priority
matrix, and sub-projects finalized on the basis of frequency of responses.

Thus a prioritized list of projects was developed for TMA Toba Tek Singh, as
shown below:




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6.3 Prioritized List of Sub-Projects
Table 23:        Prioritized projects- Toba Tek Singh

                                                   Sub-Sector Prioritization
        Sector            Priority
                                                        Schemes           Priority

    Water Supply              1          PMSIP Sub-Project
    Sewerage                             Extension and Improvement
                              2
    System                               of sewerage network
                                         Allama Iqbal Road                     1

                                         Nishtar Road                          2

    Roads                     3          Bhulair Road                          3

                                         DCO Road                              4

                                         Sabzi Mandi Road                      5
    Solid Waste                          Extension and Improvement
                              4
    Management                           of Present System
                                         Extension and Improvement
    Drains                    5
                                         of Present System
    Parks                     6          Improvement of Bilal Park
                                         Extension and Improvement
    Street Lights             7
                                         of Present System
    Slaughter                            Improvement of Present
                              8
    House                                System
                                         Improvement of Present
    Fire Fighting             9
                                         System


The prioritization process calls for the road map for the allocation of resources
for the TMA.
During the discussions in the plenary, the most prevalent and pressing
problem reported by the stakeholders was water supply. Especially, the
densely populated old town needed replacement in the pipe lines as they
were obsolete and rusted. The OHR that are not in working condition should
be rehabilitated and put in to use.
Lack of adequate arrangements for sewerage system resulted in overflowing
of manholes at different places in the town.
The roads are broken that need widening and improvement.



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The other aspect that stakeholders diverted the attention was of the sub-
urban areas that were rapidly developing. This requires sewerage system and
new disposal station towards the east of town.
The stakeholders were of the view that street light system needed lot of
improvement. If the bulbs were replaced with tube lights, it would result in
electricity cost.

The fire fighting arrangement was not enough to meet the demand of the
town.

The Planning process adopted rules out the selection of projects at random or
biasness, rather it reflects the ground realities and is demand driven. If the
projects are not need based, they are not sustainable for long period of time
and become redundant without any benefit to the community or the user.
Even if such projects survive, they benefit only a specific group of people. It is
therefore important for Infrastructure projects to be need based and both
beneficial to and acceptable to the community. To make it mandatory, the
involvement of stakeholders was ensured at all stages of planning, including
the process of prioritization of the development projects.




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                                           ANNEXES
                                                                               Annex – A
                                     Water Supply Data
 a)         Canal/Surface Water Source

i.          Water Works Nr.1

            The capacity / size of different components of the water works are
            included in the following table:

     Table 24:        Capacity of Water Works No. 1

               Sr.          Description               Nrs.       Size – Capacity       Gallons
               Nr.
               1.1    Sedimentation Tank                1        265‟ x 185‟ x 11‟    3,676,875
                                                        1        370‟ x 98‟ x 11‟     2,492,875
                                                        1        220‟ x 155‟ x 10‟    2,131,250
                      Total                                                           8,301,000
               1.2    Filter Beds                      10        48‟ x 25‟ each        360,000
                                                                      @ 30
                                                                 gallons/sft/day
                      Total                                                            360,000
               1.3    Clear Water Tank                  1        105‟ x 17‟ x 12‟      133,875

                      Total                                                            133,875

ii.         Water Works No.2

            The capacity / size of different components of the water works are
            included in Table-4.4.

     Table 25: Capacity of Water Works No.2

               Sr.            Description               Nrs.      Size – Capacity      Gallons
               Nr.
               1.1    Sedimentation Tank                     2    500‟ x 230‟ x 12‟   17,250,000

                      Total                                                           17,250,000
               1.2    Filter Beds                            4    55‟ x 100‟ each      660,000
                                                                       @ 30
                                                                  gallons/sft/day
                      Total                                                            660,000
               1.3    Clear Water Tank                       1      57‟ dia 10‟
                                                                   working depth       159,484
                                                   Total                               159,484




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iii.      Water Works No. 3
          The capacity / size of different components of the water works are
          included in Table-4.5.

   Table 26:        Capacity of Water Works No. 3

             Sr.            Description                No      Size – Capacity      Gallons
           SNr.
           o1.1     Sedimentation Tank                     2   500‟ x 230‟ x 12‟   17,250,000
           u
           r                                 Total                                 17,250,000
           s 1.2    Filter Beds                            4   55‟ x 100‟ each      660,000
           e                                                        @ 30
           :                                                   gallons/sft/day
                                             Total                                  660,000
             1.3    Clear Water Tank                       1     57‟ dia 10‟        159,484
                                                                working depth
                                              Total                                 159,484




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                                                             Annex - B

                                     Sewerage Data
Table 27:        Sewerage Data

    ID       DIA                          LOCATION      LENGTH (Feet)
     1       24       Jail to Itehad park                   1053
     2       24       Islam Pura                              68
     3       18       Water Works # 3 Jinnah Colony          326
     0       18       Disst offices to Canal rd Fai          813
     0       18       DCo Road                               953
     0       18       Subzi Mandi rd                         134
     0       18       Al Hilal Chowk to Madina Colon         497
     0       18       Bakshi Park                            494
     0       18       Bakshi Park                            237
     0       18       between Awami Moh. and Sarhand         154
     0       18       Community Centre to civil defe         232
     0       12                                              152
     0       24       G G P School to next chowk             172
     0       15       Jhang Road                             686
     0       15       Islam Pura                             213
     0       15       Islam Pura                              76
     0       15       Islam Pura                              33
     0       15       Bilal Park to Kamal Chowk              366
     0       15       Sarhand Colony                         488
     0       15       Al Hilal Chowk to Godam Road           583
     0       15       Kamilia rd to canal rd to Gard        1424
     0       15       Sitra Colony                           242
     0       12                                              272
     0       12       Sitra Colony                           141
     0       12       Sitra Colony                           167
     0       12       Sitra Colony                           198
     0       12       Sitra Colony                            66
     0       12                                               99
     0       12                                              102
     0       12                                              127
     0       12                                              143
     0       12       Faiz Colony                            274
     0       12                                              503
     0       12                                              114
     0       12                                              292
     0       12                                              312
     0       12                                              190
     0       12                                              158
     0       12       Housing Colony No. 1                   148
     0       12       Housing Colony No. 1                   361
     0       12       Housing Colony No. 1                   152
     0       12       Housing Colony No. 1                   159
     0       12       Housing Colony No. 1                   190
     0       12       Housing Colony No. 1                   115


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    0         12      Housing Colony No. 1              138
    0         12      Housing Colony No. 1              422
    0         12      Housing Colony No. 1               90
    0         12      Housing Colony No. 1               91
    0         12      Housing Colony No. 1               95
    0         12      Bakshi Park                       268
    0         12                                        165
    0         12      Sarhand Colony                     59
    0         12      Awami Mohallah                     75
    0         12      Awami Mohallah                     73
    0         12      Awami Mohallah                     74
    0         12      Awami Mohallah                     73
    0         12                                        350
    0         12                                        279
    0         12                                        717
    0         12                                        198
    0         12                                        100
    0         12      Mohallah Irfat                    176
    0         12                                        505
    0         12      Iqbal Nagar                       273
    0         12      Iqbal Nagar                       124
    0         12                                        126
    0         12      Iqbal Nagar                       255
    0         12                                        458
    0         12                                        605
    0         12      New Islam Pura                    135
    0         12      New Islam Pura                    332
    0         12      New Islam Pura                    137
    0         12      Islam Pura                        167
    0         12      Revenue Colony                    420
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       169
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       167
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       168
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       167
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       167
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       170
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       169
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       167
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       250
    0          9      Faiz Colony                       193
    0          9      Mustafa Abad                      105
    0          9      Mustafa Abad                      379
    0          9      Shareef Colony                    122
    0          9      Shareef Colony                     62
    0          9      Shareef Colony                     38
    0          9      Shareef Colony                    112
    0          9      Shareef Colony                     64
    0          9      Shareef Colony                     68
    0          9      Shareef Colony                     45
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       115
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       134
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       359


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    0          9      Bakshi Park                       114
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       130
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       106
    0          9      Bakshi Park                        94
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       215
    0          9      Bakshi Park                        98
    0          9      Bakshi Park                        96
    0          9      Bakshi Park                        95
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       115
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       114
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       114
    0          9      Bakshi Park                        97
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       112
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       113
    0          9      Bakshi Park                       120
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                    155
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                    155
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                    121
    0         15      Sarhand Colony                    109
    0         15      Sarhand Colony                    136
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                     75
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                     74
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                     76
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                    215
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                     61
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                     61
    0          9                                         62
    0          9                                         61
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                    217
    0          9      Sarhand Colony                    216
    0          9                                         84
    0          9                                        161
    0          9                                        162
    0          9      Mohallah Ansarian                  80
    0          9      Mohallah Ansarian                  80
    0          9      Mohallah Ansarian                  80
    0          9      Mohallah Ansarian                  91
    0          9      Mohallah Ansarian                  91
    0          9                                        204
    0         15      Goodam Road                       279
    0          9                                        161
    0          9                                        159
    0          9      Chamra Mandi                      206
    0          9      Chamra Mandi                      185
    0          9      Gulberg                           180
    0          9      Gulberg                           133
    0          9      Iqbal Nagar                       155
    0          9      Iqbal Nagar                       211
    0          9      Iqbal Nagar                       155
    0          9                                        247
    0          9      New Abadi                          60
    0          9      New Abadi                          71


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    0          9      New Abadi                         147
    0          9      New Abadi                          30
    0          9      Islam Pura                        105
    0          9      Islam Pura                         66
    0          9      Islam Pura                         66
    0          9      Islam Pura                         67
    0          9      Islam Pura                         66
    0          9      Islam Pura                         67
    0          9      Islam Pura                         66
    0          9      Islam Pura                        145
    0          9      Islam Pura                         73
    0          9      Islam Pura                         72
    0          9      Islam Pura                         72
    0          9      Islam Pura                         72
    0          9      Islam Pura                         71
    0          9      Islam Pura                         72
    0          9      Islam Pura                         70
    0          9      Islam Pura                         35
    0          9      Islam Pura                        168
    0          9                                        174
    0          9                                         65
    0          9                                         71
    0         15      Islam Pura                         95
    0          9      Islam Pura                         61
    0          9      Revenue                           109
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     96
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     67
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     88
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     84
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     43
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     87
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     64
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     66
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     62
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     62
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     64
    0          9      New Islam Pura                    131
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     64
    0          9      New Islam Pura                    131
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     85
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     81
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     97
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     95
    0          9      New Islam Pura                    181
    0          9                                        166
    0          9      Noor Park                         170
    0          9      New Islam Pura                    133
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     68
    0          9      Noor Park                         167
    0          9      Noor Park                         334
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     65
    0          9      New Islam Pura                     66


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    0          9      Noor Park                          135
    0          9      New Islam Pura                      66
    0          9      Noor Park                          134
    0         12      Islam Pura                         338
    0         12                                         281
    0         12      Islam Pura                         618
    0         12                                          68
    0          9                                          95
    0          9                                         106
    0         12                                          98
    0         12                                         196
    0         12      Awami Mohallah                     142
    0         12      Mohallah Irfat                     272
    0                                                      0
    0         12                                         223
    0         12                                         207
    0         12                                           0
    0         12                                         377
    0                                                      0
    0         12      Sarhand Colony                     102
    0         12                                         183
    0          9                                           0
    0          9                                          92
    0                                                      1
    0         12                                          23
    0         12      Sarhand Colony                     202
    1         24      Grave yard wariam wala Rd se A     468
    1         24      Al Hilal Chowk to Distt. Offic    1311
    3         24      Slautar House to Jhang Rd          762
    3         24      Jhang Rd to G G p School           714
    0         18      Bilal Park to Disposal             320
    0         18      b/w Bilal Rark and Sultan foun     134
    0         12                                         111




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                                                                          Annex – C
                                       SWM Data
Table 28:        SWM Data

S/No         Trolley no          Capacity          Average no of       Avg. collection
                                  (Tons)            trips per day      per day (tons)
                                                  during the month
1        Trolley no 1                3.35                 3                10.05
2        Trolley no 2                3.35                 2                 6.70
3        Others                        -                  -                   -
         Total                                                             17.75
Source: PMS, PMDFC

Existing Establishment
Table 29:        The sanctioned and the available strength of SWM staff

                                       Sanctioned
       Sr.     Job Description                          Actual Regular Strength
                                        Strength
       1.     Chief Officer                 1                     1
              Sanitary
       2.                                     2                   1
              Inspector
              Sanitary
       3.                                     4                    -
              Supervisor
              Sanitary
       4.                                   129                  129
              Worker/Sweeper
       5.     Sewer Men                      12                   12
       6.     Tractor Driver                 4                     4
                           Total            152                  147




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