The Agra City Slum Upgrading Plan developed under the Rajiv Avas Yojana (RAY) and in partnership with the Agra Municipal Corporation (ANN) and District Urban Development Agency, is a comprehensive plan designed to make Agra a slum free city. It is based on a comprehensive geospatial mapping of all 410 slums in the city with land ownership and land use studies; a technical assessment of service gaps and housing footprint in each settlement; and a mapping of community structures and strengths. The Plan used a broad-based community engagement process to identify the development solutions. The integrative Plan is also structured to include ideas to support implementation – land and property titling reforms, proposals for strengthening local institutions, building partnerships for convergent action; etc. The Plan is linked to a GIS-based spatial information system with slum topographic and city infrastructure maps, to enable engineering designs for sewerage, drainage, water supply, road networking and last mile options. A financial estimate has also been prepared with a proposal for resource generation.