1. Planning, developing and implementing infrastructure keeping in mind sensitivities of heritage, including service delivery and development of infrastructure in core areas of historic cities. 2. Preserve and renovate heritage so that tourists can connect with each heritage city?s unique nature. 3. Develop a heritage asset inventory of cities documenting built, cultural, living and natural heritage as a basis for urban planning, growth, planning of services and their delivery. 4. Enhancement of basic services focussing on sanitation like public toilets, water taps, security like street lights and in improving tourist facilities. 5. Create linkages between cultural facilities and tourism along with the conservation of heritage and capacity building of local industries based on heritage. 6. Adaptive maintenance of urban heritage, including rehabilitation using appropriate technology for retrofitting historic buildings with modern conveniences. Establishment of public-private partnership for preserving and maintaining historic buildings is also part of this goal. 7. Promotion of economic activities to enhance avenues of employment among people living in and around the heritage sites. This includes skill development among them and making public and cultural spaces accessible. 8. Making cities informative using modern ICT tools and making cities secure using modern security devices like CCTV etc. 9. Increase access to heritage sites by developing roads, adopting the universal design, GIS mapping of historical locations and building a digital record of the heritage etc.