As urban populations grow in India, the relationship between urbanization, city planning, utilities, and telecom networks becomes crucial for urban renewal. The goal is to improve city functionality, governance, citizen – centric inclusivity and renewing towards greener India by harnessing new and renewable energy. Geospatial data, along with emerging technologies like AI, IoT, and Big Data, plays a central role in empowering experts to address complex urban challenges. This enables advanced nationwide urban planning implementation and ensures inclusivity for all. In 2022, The National Geospatial Policy recognized that a well-designed geospatial infrastructure and digital twin framework enable real-time monitoring and analysis of various urban factors, leading to innovative integrated solutions. It also emphasized the importance of last-mile connectivity through connected networks ecosystem for binding citizens, utilities and creating holistic urban development and a citizen-centric economy.