The Nurturing Neighbourhoods Challenge is a 3-year initiative that aims to work with Indian cities and their partners to pilot and scale ways to improve public space, mobility, neighbourhood planning, access to early childhood services and amenities, and data management across city agencies.
USCL under the MRIDA project developing the around Shree Mahakaleshwar Temple and Rudrasagar; under the development shifting all the small and scattered schools in two school facilities as Nutan & Ganesh Nagar School. The are is very well connected with the neighbourhoods and connected with the highest foot-fall area of Ujjain hence there was an requirement of developing the facilities which also facilitates to the Improve Quality of life for Infants, Toddlers, and their caregivers we envision neighbourhoods where there are safe and accessible streets and family oriented public spaces and blissful fun-based learning environment.
We aim to achieve this through planned urban spaces and improved and safe accessibility and by building on our city’s open social spaces along with public utilities and amenities and interconnected street network. As pilot projects USCL developed two AnganWadies, developed street connecting the major junction and Installation of lactation room, resting space, drinking water facilities by reclaiming some of the parking spaces. At the time of major festivals, mela, a large street section becomes a parking space and there is not enough pedestrianized spaces and services to cater the crowd.