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Current Priorities

  1. To prepare an Integrated Physical Development Plan for Kathmandu Valley, with due consideration for disaster risk mitigation, within the ambit of National Urban Policy 2068.
  2. Under the guidance of National Land Use Policy 2069, develop, articulate, and implement risk sensitive land use program that will enhance safety of ‘life and property’, increase economic productivity, food security and upscale environmental and aesthetic beauty.
  3. To prepare a master plan for effective public transport network in Kathmandu Valley that can meet the increasing demand for mobility of urban population and promote residential and commercial development based on development of transport infrastructure.
  4. Improve financial, technical, and managerial capacity of KVDA, by soliciting and involving domestic and foreign development partners, where necessary.
  5. Promotion of a model green satellite city in about 5000+ Ropanies of land.
  6. Initiate Kathmandu Valley greening programs.
  7. Development of public open space at already identified 887 sites consisting of 5000 Ropanies of land.
  8. Solar lighting of streets so as to enhance the beauty and safety of Kathmandu Valley at night.
  9. Promoting a platform for Intra and Inter Agency Learning, Sharing and Innovation within and outside Nepal to create a common understanding for Kathmandu Valley’s Development Vision, Mission, and Strategies among the stakeholders.
  10. Conduct Institutional and Capacity Building Activities of KVDA including establishment of Learning -  Innovation - Application (LIA) Center for Valley Development.
  11. Coordinate the activities of multiple agencies involved in services like land administration, drinking water, sewerage and waste management, road, communication, electricity etc., which constitute critical aspects of urban development.
  12. Engaging Academia, Civil Societies, Professional Bodies, Young Entrepreneurs, Business   Communities and Media, to align their thoughts, programs and actions to accomplish KVDA’s Vision and Mission for the Valley (V4V).