Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad Investment region to be developed in 4 phases

01 Mar 2022

The master plan for New Noida or Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad Investment Region (DNGIR) is in its final stages, which will develop over 20,000 hectares by merging 80 villages. A draft project is proposed to develop DNGIR in four phases.

It will be tabled before the Noida Authority in April. After getting clearance, it will be sent to the state government for its approval.

The School of Architecture and Planning (SAP) has been working on the plan. It presented the draft plan to the Noida Authority, suggesting a few amendments.

According to the officials of the Noida Authority, it will develop a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) under the project to attract industrial units, including industrial estates, agro-based industries, food processing zones, skill development centres, knowledge hubs, logistics hubs and integrated townships.

The officials said that SAP would prepare the master plan using a geographical information system (GIS) to help investors, local and from abroad, to get information on all the zones and sectors.

The GIS-based map will have complete information on water pipelines, sewer lines, green belts, parks, roads and plots. It will also help investors access information on land plots or allottees or the clearance of dues.

To promote investment, the government aims to provide state-of-the-art connectivity to the region and connect it with the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).

The Delhi to Mumbai and Amritsar to Kolkata rail corridor will have a key halt here. It will benefit the businesses of the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR).

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