- Create a socially and culturally vibrant city environment.
- Create a plan that forges stakeholder's participation in city management and upkeep.
- Plan for a safety first, low crime city with a democratic right to use and access all facilities
- Planning must be based on 4R principle: recycle, reuse, restore and regenerate.
- Plan for bicycle and pedestrian friendly, well-connected and safe city.
- Plan for a green and Smart Growth City.
- Plan a model city that engages with improving its own environment.
- Plan for creating a truly restorative, ZERO waste city.
- Create access to multi-layered opportunities created by the city plan through economical public transportation.
- Plan city open spaces to improve public health, equitably.
- Create an open space plan to catalyze newer local economies creation.
- Work towards creating an accountable and self-sustaining city-planning model.
- Plan a city to enhance economies of scale, which must benefit the common resident.
- Plan a children, elders and women friendly city.
- Benefits of city planning must accrue to each resident equally.
- Create a gateway to a new kind of Indian development model for city planning.
- City must plan infrastructure to train and enhance local talent from Pre School onwards, in sports and culture.
- City must be able to integrate economies of outlying areas for its resident's welfare.
- Infrastructure planned by the city must lower cost of every daily living.
- City planning must enhance a sense of ownership, dignity, wellbeing and identity among residents.
- Plan a city that avoids human conflicts yet brings diversity in everyday living.
- Plan a city around multi tasked open space offerings to attract and engage residents across age groups outdoors.
- Create a modern city infrastructure relevant to local culture and built around social
idioms and needs.
- Plan city development that broadens the horizons of its residents, the educational opportunities for its children and increases the physical activity quotient of its adults.
- Plan a city that fosters equity and good relationships amongst all its residents.
- Create the infrastructure for participative planning and responsible living.
- Plan a city with reducing focus on cars and greater opportunities of human engagement and interests.
- Plan a city that creates more from less for all its residents.
- City plan must encourage and draw more business investments.
- Plan a development that enhances tourism.
- The city plan must encourage opportunities for villagers, industrial workers, knowledge industries, women, children, youth, students, local artisans, government, private sector employees and specially abled equally.