APLI Mumbai Public Initiative

Re-imagining the PortLands for a livable Mumbai



Mumbai, Maharashtra






Urban Planning & Design

Experts project that by 2030 Mumbai will be a megalopolis with a population in excess of 30 million people and with a potential economic GDP in excess of $ 250 billion. However this will only be possible if our city is an attractive place for entrepreneurs, investors and young people to invest their energy, talent and enterprise.

We believe that the redevelopment of Mumbai’s PortLands offers a great opportunity to ensure that Mumbai regains its place as the most entrepreneurial and innovative in India.

Our plans integrate the Port lands, with adjacent city areas such as Sewri, Lalbaug, Byculla, Mazagon, Dongri and Bhendi Bazaar, and provide Mumbaikars much needed public amenities and public open spaces which are critical for our city’s sustainable growth, as the commercial and entrepreneurial heart of India. We see this as a living document and will share this widely in the public domain. Feedback from citizens and citizens groups will be collated and shared with you from time to time.

Integrated Mobility

East West Connectivity

Social Infrastructure Planning

Site Plan

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