Risk-informed and Effective Urban Planning and Policy Formulation for Risk Informed Master Plan

Project Info

  • Client Name

    Rebuild Kerala Initiative, Government of Kerala

  • Category

    Masterplan GIS Mapping Project Advisory

Following the floods of 2018, the Government of Kerala identified the need to go beyond traditional approaches to recovery and reconstruction, to not only recover fully from the floods but also to build resilience to future disasters. In this context, the Rebuild Kerala Development Program (RKDP) was designed as a roadmap for realizing a Nava Keralam that is more resilient, green, inclusive and vibrant. The Rebuild Kerala Initiative (RKI) is the dedicated State-level institutional modality for formulating and coordinating the implementation of a resilient Kerala, and is mandated to develop, coordinate, facilitate and monitor the RKDP through a participatory and inclusive process.  The RKDP offers a paradigm shift in the approach towards post-disaster recovery, rebuilding and resilience. It also offers the design blueprint for a new development thinking for the State of Kerala, one that is embedded in the principles of sustainability, equity, inclusiveness and effectiveness.

The project is awarded to CRISIL Risk and Infrastructure solutions, India in association with Thomas Stellmach Planning & Architecture (TSPA), Germany, and Great India Tourism Planners and Consultants (GITPAC), India and the agreement signed on 04.01.2024.  The Project period is 10 Months