PMAY

India MapPrime MinisterAwasYojana of the ministry of housing and urban poverty alleviation of the government of India envisages ‘Housing for all’ with inclusive and equitable cities in which every citizen has access basic facilities. The central government has approved the implementation phase of PMAY for the period of 2015-2022.In the state of Kerala ‘urban housing mission’ is the state level nodal agency for the implementation of PMAY The Hon’ble President of India, in his address to the Joint Session of Parliament on 9th June, 2014 had announced “By the time the Nation completes 75 years of its Independence, every family will have a pucca house with water connection, toilet facilities, 24x7 electricity supply and access.” The programme envisioned Housing for All by 2022 when the Nation completes 75 years of its Independence. In order to achieve this objective, Central Government has launched a compre­hensive mission “Housing for All by 2022” Housing for All (HFA) mission is since launched in compliance with the above objective of the Gov­ernment and with the approval of competent authority. MAY envisages four types of implementation strategy

1.slum development.

2.Beneficiary led construction

3.Credit link subsidy

4.Affordable housing in Partnership

Housing data as per 2011

As per the census 95.56% (74848) households have their own house and 4.5 %( 3518) is homeless.development plan for Thrissur.The housing demand in Thrissur Corporation is calculated based on housing data of census 2011.Total households in 2011 were 78336 while the available housing stock was 766485.Many houses are used for non-residential purposes. Total Number of occupied and vacant/locked houses which were liveable and used for residential purposes were 85556.Replacement is required for total 1933 houses which are dilapidated. These residences were 1690 in number. In addition households in slums were counted as 19629 in census 2011.development plan for Thrissur.The housing demand in Thrissur Corporation is calculated based on housing data of census 2011.Total households in 2011 were 78336 while the available housing stock was 766485.Many houses are used for non-residential purposes. Total Number of occupied and vacant/locked houses which were liveable and used for residential purposes were 85556.Replacement is required for total 1933 houses which are dilapidated. These residences were 1690 in number. In addition households in slums were counted as 19629 in census 2011.

 In 2009-10 periods Thrissur Corporation conducted one survey for EMS housing project for finding landless and homeless. As per this survey no. Landless is 2980.
Purpose of use of occupied census houses in ThrissurMuncipal Corporation

SL.NO

Occupied Census Houses  used as

No.Houses

Percentage of Total

1.

Residence

75616

75.28

2

Residence cum other use

869

.87

3.

Shop/office

12448

12.39

4

School/college

595

.59

5

Hotel/lodge/guest house

578

.58

6

Hospital/dispensary

409

.41

7

Factory/workshop/work shed

2755

2.74

8

Place of worship

503

.50

9

Other non-residential use

5592

5.57

10

No. occupied locked census house

1086

1.08

11

Total of occupied census house

100451

100

As per Census 2011, total population of Thrissur Municipal Corporation is 3, 15,957and the total number of households in Thrissur Municipal Corporation is 78,336.Around 76,404 households uses their dwellings for residential and residential-cum-other uses. Around 76404 households use their dwellings for residential and residential cum other uses.
 

                     Majority (74.27percent) of themhave houses in good condition, 23.52 percent have livable houses while only 2.21 percent havelivablehouses while only 2.21 percent have dilapidated houses.

 

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