49169-002: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project | Asian Development Bank

Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project

Sovereign (Public) Project | 49169-002 Status: Approved

The project will deliver sustainable and comprehensive solutions to transform the substandard, climate-vulnerable, and heavily polluting ger areas of Ulaanbaatar city into affordable, low carbon, climate-resilient, and livable eco-districts. It will leverage private sector investment to (i) deliver 10,000 affordable green housing units; and (ii) redevelop 100 hectares of ger areas into eco-districts.

The project is aligned with the following impacts: living conditions in Mongolia improved; and Ulaanbaatar is a safe, healthy, and green city that is resilient to climate change, and provides a livable environment for its residents. The project will have the following outcome: access to low-carbon and climate-resilient eco-districts and green affordable housing in Ulaanbaatar ger areas increased. The project is consistent with ADB's country partnership strategy for Mongolia, 2017- 2020, and with the core themes of green, competitive, and inclusive cities of ADB's Urban Operational Plan.

Project Details

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  • Mongolia
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  • Water and other urban infrastructure and services
 
Project Name Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project
Project Number 49169-002
Country Mongolia
Project Status Approved
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Grant
Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Grant 0594-MON: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project
Green Climate Fund US$ 50.00 million
Grant 0595-MON: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project
High Level Technology Fund US$ 3.00 million
Loan 3694-MON: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project
Ordinary capital resources US$ 60.00 million
Loan 3695-MON: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project
concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund US$ 20.00 million
Loan 8348-MON: Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project
Green Climate Fund US$ 95.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships
Private sector development
Sector / Subsector

Energy / Energy efficiency and conservation - Renewable energy generation - solar

Finance / Housing finance

Water and other urban infrastructure and services / Other urban services - Urban housing - Urban policy, institutional and capacity development - Urban slum development

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Effective gender mainstreaming
Description

The project will deliver sustainable and comprehensive solutions to transform the substandard, climate-vulnerable, and heavily polluting ger areas of Ulaanbaatar city into affordable, low carbon, climate-resilient, and livable eco-districts. It will leverage private sector investment to (i) deliver 10,000 affordable green housing units; and (ii) redevelop 100 hectares of ger areas into eco-districts.

The project is aligned with the following impacts: living conditions in Mongolia improved; and Ulaanbaatar is a safe, healthy, and green city that is resilient to climate change, and provides a livable environment for its residents. The project will have the following outcome: access to low-carbon and climate-resilient eco-districts and green affordable housing in Ulaanbaatar ger areas increased. The project is consistent with ADB's country partnership strategy for Mongolia, 2017- 2020, and with the core themes of green, competitive, and inclusive cities of ADB's Urban Operational Plan.

The project will have three outputs: (i) resilient urban infrastructure, public facilities, and social housing units in ger areas constructed (public sector component); (ii) long-term financing to developers for low-carbon affordable housing, market rate housing, and economic facilities in ger areas and to households for green mortgages increased (financial intermediation loan [FIL] component); and (iii) sector policy reforms implemented and capacity strengthened. Output 1 will deliver (i) green social housing units with climate adaptation and mitigation features; and (ii) resilient infrastructure, public space, and public facilities. Under output 2, up to $75.7 million of the GCF loan will be made available under the proposed FIL to enable an eco-district and affordable housing fund (EDAF) to provide long-term debt financing (denominated in local currency) to eligible commercial banks to support real estate developers' participation in the low-carbon housing market, and produce affordable green mortgages. Output 3 will support (i) project implementation; (ii) eco-district feasibility and development, policy improvement on climate change adaptation and mitigation, and improved supply and access to affordable green housing units; (iii) detailed design and supervision; and (iv) sustainable green housing finance.

Eco-district parameters. The project eco-districts will be low-carbon, climate-resilient, mixed-income, and mixed-use areas with approximately 30% public space. The project's five phases will deliver about 20 eco-districts or subprojects, with each covering an average of 5 ha. Phase 1 include two core subprojects (10 ha) in Bayankhoshuu and Selbe subcenters, phases 2 3 will have 8 subprojects (40 ha), and phases 4 5 will have 10 subprojects (50 ha). Each subproject should be completed within 5 years. Phases 2 5 will identify and prepare a batch of subprojects to be appraised based on eligibility and selection criteria, including financial and physical parameters, formulated from the feasibility study of the two core subprojects. A detailed infrastructure and architectural design produced for each subproject will ensure (i) adequate ratio for social (15%), affordable (55%), and market rate (30%) housing units; (ii) balance between public space and amenities, commercial areas, and residential units; and (iii) financial viability and rentability to allow private sector participation. The redevelopment process and housing construction will be undertaken onsite, and will be demand-driven.

Sector lending with financial intermediation loan component modality. The sector lending modality was deemed the most appropriate modality to achieve the project objectives because (i) a large number of subprojects in the sector are to be financed; (ii) the government and MUB have sector development plans (SDPs) to ensure the priority development needs of the cross sectoral policy improvement plan are met, and to guide project implementation; (iii) sector and institutional capacity analyses have shown that the government and MUB have adequate institutional capacity to implement the SDPs and the project; and (iv) policies applicable to the sector are deemed appropriate and will be improved, if warranted. The project will support the government and MUB in translating their SDPs into implementable investments, and coordinated policies, actions, and institutional improvement.

Financial and institutional arrangements will facilitate the application of a blended finance strategy using the FIL modality. The FIL modality will leverage private resources through the EDAF to be established and managed by the Asset Management Company of DBM (AMC-DBM) on behalf of the Ministry of Finance. The EDAF will be established as a private investment fund structured as a revolving fund, and will be used to onlend a portion of the GCF loan to participating commercial banks. Based on eligibility and selection criteria, commercial banks will use the GCF loan proceeds to support housing supply and demand: (i) for supply, the EDAF will provide medium-term loans to selected private developers, which will be combined with the developers' equities and additional loans by DBM and participating commercial banks to implement output 2; and (ii) for demand, the loan proceeds will be converted into low-cost long-term mortgages to home buyers for purchases of the affordable housing and market rate housing units.

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Following the transition from a centrally planned to a market-based economy in 1991, Mongolia has experienced rapid rural urban migration, mainly caused by (i) extreme climate events, such as droughts and severe winter conditions (dzud), combined with poor veterinary services and livestock management; and (ii) adoption in 2003 of a policy giving each citizen access to about 700 square meters of urban land. Inadequate infrastructure investments, housing policies, and urban planning regulations to accommodate the migrant population led to the formation of vast peri-urban areas, named ger areas after the Mongolian yurts (gers) around Ulaanbaatar's central districts. In 2017, the population of ger areas was estimated at 850,000 people, that is 60% of the city's population of 1.46 million, and 30% of the country's population.

Ger areas are settlements of low- and middle-income households characterized by loosely aligned plots, with irregular and unpaved pathways. Dwellings in ger areas are unserved detached solid houses and gers, poorly insulated, using inefficient coal and biomass-fired stoves generating large amounts of carbon dioxide emissions and air pollution, especially during winter. Most households have land tenure. Poor sanitation, with most households relying on open pit latrines, coupled with poor solid waste collection create unsanitary living conditions. Residents have limited access to water, which is being supplied via water kiosks, and access to public space and facilities, commercial areas, and economic amenities is lacking. This situation (i) makes ger areas highly vulnerable to climate change impacts and intensifies their carbon emissions; (ii) increases the cost of doing business, discourages investors and developers, and inhibits both economic integration and urban redevelopment processes; and (iii) affects vulnerable groups mostly women, children, elderly, and disadvantaged persons. Incremental growth and migration are increasing the population living in these poor conditions, because affordable housing options for low- and middle-income households are limited. A 2016 survey by the Capital City Housing Corporation estimated housing demand at 150,000 units, while available affordable housing stock is about 4,000 units; with 60% of ger areas residents willing to move to apartment units if acceptable and affordable solutions are proposed.

In 1997, the Government of Mongolia and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) developed a legal and policy framework for the housing sector. Under the National Housing Strategy, housing policies were made demand-driven with new standards and regulations. In 2002, ADB approved the first housing finance project, which introduced long-term mortgage lending to the banking system. In 2006, the Mongolian Mortgage Corporation was set up to create a pool of long-term funds to stimulate a secondary mortgage market. Housing finance expanded from 2013 through the government's 8% mortgage program. However, stringent mortgage access conditions and a lack of housing products for low-income households meant the mortgage program mainly served the upper middle-income households, creating an oversupply of high-end market housing products. The program is currently suspended. Recently, the government and the Municipality of Ulaanbaatar (MUB) initiated a series of programs to increase the supply of affordable housing units, and support ger area redevelopment. The objective is to deliver up to 130,000 housing units through the redevelopment of ger areas and the development of new areas. However, a lack of viable solutions, infrastructure investment, financing support to developers, and sustainable housing financing mechanisms have resulted in these programs not developing into implementable plans. The few residential blocks that were initiated focused on lowering construction costs, to the detriment of community well-being and sustainable urban planning, and lacked energy-efficient and renewable energy features.

Through the ADB-financed Ulaanbaatar Urban Services and Ger Areas Development Investment Program, MUB is extending basic urban and social services to upgrade economic hubs or subcenters in ger areas and provide an enabling environment for urban redevelopment and private and public investments. This provides an opportunity to implement onsite solutions for households to access apartments within their communities by integrating housing solutions into an urban renewal program. In addition, in November 2017 the government issued a resolution ordering the Development Bank of Mongolia (DBM) to establish the first green development fund to promote green urban development and economy, making DBM a key partner to leverage the private sector for green housing finance. International housing projects and Ulaanbaatar housing and redevelopment experience show that a complete solution integrating housing, infrastructure, urban development, and financing support to both the supply and demand sides is the best way to create a paradigm shift to improve access to green affordable housing, and resilient and low-carbon urban development.

Impact

1. Living conditions in Mongolia improved

2. Ulaanbaatar is a safe, healthy, and green city that is resilient to climate change, and provides a livable environment for its residents

Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Access to low-carbon and climate-resilient eco-districts and green affordable housing in Ulaanbaatar ger areas increased
Progress Toward Outcome
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

Resilient urban infrastructure, public facilities, and social housing units in ger areas constructed (public sector component)

Long-term financing to developers for low-carbon affordable housing, market-rate housing, and economic facilities in ger areas and to households for green mortgages increased (financial intermediation loan component)

Sector policy reforms implemented and capacity strengthened

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)
Geographical Location Ulan Bator
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement B
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects An initial environmental examination, environmental management plan, and environmental assessment and review framework were prepared in compliance with ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement. The anticipated environmental impacts during construction include dust and noise, temporary traffic disturbance, and risks to community and workers' health and safety. The demolition of ger houses will not produce toxic waste as ger houses are not made from toxic materials. Demolished housing materials will be disposed at landfill sites approved by MUB. Affected plot owners and local communities were consulted on any issues or concerns they have with the project. Mitigation measures defined in the environmental management plan, such as construction site management and regular monitoring of the environmental performance during construction and operation, will minimize the anticipated impacts and construction-related health and safety concerns. Ensuing subprojects with similar components are expected to be category B for environment as no category A subproject will be financed under the project. The carbon emission reduction estimated for the project is 200,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per year, equal to 8 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent during the project lifetime (40 years). The project will also contribute to black carbon reduction of about 83 tons per year.
Involuntary Resettlement

For output 1, a resettlement framework has been prepared in accordance with ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement for areas outside the project eco-districts' perimeters where involuntary resettlement impacts are expected. The resettlement framework will serve as a guide for screening project for involuntary resettlement impacts, and for preparation and implementation of land acquisition and resettlement plans. Infrastructure construction impacts outside the perimeters of the eco-districts such as widening of roads and construction of utilities to connect the eco-districts with main trunk infrastructure will be avoided or mitigated to the extent possible. The selection criteria for the redevelopment blocks include proximity to the main trunk infrastructure, so that connections can be provided with a minimum of involuntary resettlement impacts. Activities with category A involuntary resettlement impacts will be excluded.

Voluntary land swapping. The project will implement a demand-driven approach within the perimeters of the project eco-districts, based on a voluntary land swapping mechanism, supported by voluntary land swapping plans (VLSPs). The proposed resettlement is voluntary in nature as households will be provided with an option to participate or not. Each VLSP will cover landowners and non-landowners, with provisions for poor and vulnerable households as well as for affected persons under ADB's Ulaanbaatar Urban Services and Ger Areas Development Investment Program. Depending on the socioeconomic situation of each household, an affordable housing solution will be proposed through a land and asset swap agreement, a rent-to-own scheme, or an affordable rental scheme. Meaningful consultations are incorporated in the three stages of project cycle (identification, feasibility, and detailed design) to ensure that potential beneficiaries are fully informed about the project and its implications, and to build a consensus among households living on a plot of land regarding whether or not to participate in the project. Such consultations will also help to address concerns of potential beneficiaries, and any adverse impacts. If households on a plot decide not to participate after undertaking consultations, the proposed eco-district will be redesigned to avoid the non-participating plot. Notwithstanding that the proposed resettlement for the project eco-districts is voluntary, the VLSPs will be prepared and implemented to avoid or minimize impacts during the transition period, and improve the standard of living of the potential beneficiaries, especially the poor and other vulnerable households.

A VLSP has been prepared for two core subprojects (Selbe and Bayankhoshuu). The potential beneficiaries of the two core subprojects include 78 landowners and 52 non-landowners in Selbe and 64 landowners and 35 non-landowners in Bayankhoshuu. The VLSP specifies the (i) principles of and procedures for voluntary land and/or asset swapping, based on transparency, consistency, and fairness; (ii) meaningful consultation and participation during identification, feasibility study, detailed design, and implementation to ensure that participation of landowners and non-landowners is based on an informed decision that is free of intimidation or coercion; (iii) land and asset valuation methodology, which is based on replacement cost; (iv) support to potential beneficiaries, especially the poor and vulnerable households, through access to social housing, cash grants, and livelihood improvement programs; (v) written record of ownership of the apartment unit for landowners as well as other housing arrangements (including social housing) for non-landowners; (vi) establishment of a grievance redress mechanism that requires proper documentation of grievances, and actions taken to address such grievances; (vii) budget requirements and availability of funds for community engagement, green economy and business opportunity development, provision of a training and capacity building program for livelihood improvement, consulting services, management and administration costs, and external monitoring; (viii) institutional arrangements and support from project implementation consultants, with clear roles and responsibilities; (ix) setting up of internal monitoring; and (x) engagement of an external monitor to validate the process and procedures set out in the VLSP, specifically the validation of the negotiation process. VLSP implementation will be closely monitored and supervised by ADB. The VLSP for the two core subprojects has been reviewed and cleared by ADB, and disclosed to potential beneficiaries (on 27 May 2018, with a revised version disclosed on 5 July 2018). Eco-district development for subsequent subprojects will have similar VLSPs.

Indigenous Peoples No specific community of ethnic minority or ethnic group has been identified and no adverse impact is expected.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design To ensure full realization of the benefits, the community participation plan and social and gender action plan include a public awareness component, an education program, consultations, and participation activities. The community participation plan and social and gender action plan will ensure continued consultation with and participation of the local communities and guide the community mobilization and consultation processes throughout implementation.
During Project Implementation Extensive consultations will be held during the project implementation.
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services

Quality- and cost-based selection - 1,350 person-months - $12.53 million

Quality-based selection - 42 person-months - $0.20 million

Procurement

For the financial intermediation loan component, developers will undertake procurement of goods and civil works in accordance with commercial practices acceptable to the Asian Development Bank.

International competitive bidding (including procurement in loans to financial intermediaries for works/commercial practice) - 8 contracts - $40.49 million

National competitive bidding - 5 contracts - $6.54 million

Community procurement package - 8 contracts - $0.20 million

Responsible ADB Officer Heckmann, Arnaud
Responsible ADB Department East Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Urban and Social Sectors Division, EARD
Executing Agencies
Ulaanbaatar Municipal Government
Sukhbaatar Square-11
Ulaanbaatar-46, Mongolia
Timetable
Concept Clearance 15 Dec 2015
Fact Finding 16 Nov 2017 to 01 Dec 2017
MRM 30 May 2018
Approval 24 Aug 2018
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 14 Sep 2018

Grant 0594-MON

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
24 Aug 2018 - - 30 Jun 2027 - -
Financing Plan Grant Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 50.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 50.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%

Grant 0595-MON

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
24 Aug 2018 - - 30 Jun 2027 - -
Financing Plan Grant Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 3.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 3.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%

Loan 3694-MON

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
24 Aug 2018 - - 30 Jun 2027 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 402.10 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 60.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%
Counterpart 342.10 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%

Loan 3695-MON

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
24 Aug 2018 - - 30 Jun 2027 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 20.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 20.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 24 Aug 2018 0.00 0.00 0%

Loan 8348-MON

Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 95.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 - 0.00 0.00 %
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 95.00 - 0.00 0.00 %

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Title Document Type Document Date
Улаанбаатар хотын Иргэдийн төлбөрийн чадварт нийцсэн ногоон орон сууц ба Дасан зохицох чадвар бүхий хотын шинэчлэл төсөл: Улаанбаатар хотын захиргаа Resettlement Frameworks Jul 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Voluntary Land Swapping Plan Resettlement Plans Jun 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Resettlement Framework Resettlement Frameworks Jun 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Safeguards and Social Dimensions Summary Environmental Assessment and Measures May 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Initial Environmental Examination (Addendum) Initial Environmental Examination May 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Resettlement Framework Resettlement Frameworks May 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Environmental Assessment and Review Framework Environmental Assessment and Review Framework May 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewable Project: Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination May 2018
Улаанбаатар хотын орлогод нийцсэн ногоон орон сууц ба дасан зохицох чадвар бүхий хотын шинэчлэл салбарын төсөл : Нүүлгэн шилжүүлэлтийн ерөнхий баримт бичиг Resettlement Frameworks May 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewal Sector Project: Voluntary Land Swapping Plan Resettlement Plans May 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewable Project: Draft Initial Environmental Examination Environmental Assessment and Measures Jan 2018
Улаанбаатар хотын орлогод нийцсэн ногоон орон сууц ба дасан зохицох чадвар бүхий хотын шинэчлэл төсөл: Сайн дурын үндсэн дээр газар солилцох төлөвлөгөө Resettlement Plans Jan 2018
Улаанбаатар хотын орлогод нийцсэн ногоон орон сууц ба дасан зохицох чадвар бүхий хотын шинэчлэл төсөл: Байгаль орчны төлөв байдлын үнэлгээ Initial Environmental Examination Jan 2018
Улаанбаатар хотын орлогод нийцсэн ногоон орон сууц ба дасан зохицох чадвар бүхий хотын шинэчлэл төсөл: Байгаль орчны үнэлгээ ба хяналтын хүрээ Environmental Assessment and Review Framework Jan 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewable Project: Draft Voluntary Land Swapping Plan Resettlement Planning Documents Jan 2018
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewable Project: Draft Environmental Assessment and Review Framework Environmental Assessment and Measures Jan 2018
Улаанбаатар хотын орлогод нийцсэн ногоон орон сууц ба дасан зохицох чадвар бүхий хотын шинэчлэл төсөл: Газар чөлөөлөлт ба нүүлгэн шилжүүлэлтийн хамрах хүрээ Resettlement Frameworks Dec 2017
Ulaanbaatar Green Affordable Housing and Resilient Urban Renewable Project: Draft Resettlement Framework Resettlement Frameworks Dec 2017

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