Bardhaman (B): Bengal Shrachi and the Township Design Decision Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Development company in West Bengal, chooses between two master plans 260 acres of new places considering designing, financing, and gradually.

Two masters consider detailed plans, one with a radial design and interior area of the city, and one with the form and the internal focus on parks and ponds. Designs have different earnings potential, the various financial implications, and various progressive solutions. The analysis includes soft issues and aesthetic questions, including what contributes to the sense of place, and that contributes to a variety of land uses, supporting each other (commercial, residential, office). The analysis also includes detailed profiles for each plan. This case is based on "Bardhaman (A):. Shrachi and West Bengal Housing Board"
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by John D. Macomber, Viraal Balsari Source: Harvard Business School 20 pages. Publication Date: February 12, 2010. Prod. #: 210063-PDF-ENG

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