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  The Concept:
Lavasa Future Cities
 
 
   
The Lavasa Future Cities is an initiative to create awareness and trigger conversations on the need for new cities
 
 

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  Resource Centre
Town Planning
City Governance
City Management
Technology in Cities
City Infrastructure
Environmental Sensitivity
  Urbanisation Trends
India's urban awakening:
Building inclusive cities, sustaining economic growth,' a report by the McKinsey Global Institute projects that 590 million people will live in Indian cities by 2030.
To accommodate this explosive growth, India will need about 25 new world-class cities near existing Tier 1 cities.
 Urban Longings
"Our next train stop - In 2030, the global population will be over eight billion; five billion will be city dwellers, and two billion of them will live in urban slums.
- Brinda Somaya  
  Poll
In a Future city one has to make sure that the use of available resources are maximized to meet its current needs, all the while ensuring the availability for future generations.
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  Media
9th April, 2011
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9th December, 2010
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  Articles & Videos
Architecture that repairs itself?
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Civic body to test five road repair technologies now

More than two weeks after the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) decided to try out new technologies for improving the condition of city’s roads.....

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