NCRPB proposes to set up eight greenfield townships in three states
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NCRPB proposes to set up eight greenfield townships in three states

NCRPB has proposed the need to tap on the possibilities of establishing five-eight new greenfield townships in the Draft Regional Plan 2041 based on productive economic impulses in Rajasthan, UP and Haryana sub-regions.

The draft plan mentions that the elements under the Natural Conservation Zones in the RP-2021 will stay. Yet, there would be a distinction between green cover and forests, and areas that are currently categorised as forests will continue to be preserved in RP-2041.

NCRPB says these cities can be situated on development hubs along the key transport corridors such as rail corridors and expressways, either on virgin land or as an expansion of current small settlements depending on the feasibility of productive activities.

It also says cities like this have smart elements such as e-land, central smart command system, rainwater harvesting, land allotment, smart water and electricity, 24X7 security and net-zero water consumption areas.

NCRPB also suggested innovative land use plans to aid accelerated development, like introducing the short and medium-term land lease concept for 5-10 years rather than the current 70-90 years for the use of industries and decreasing the burden of the high cost of land.

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Also read: Delhi Master Plan 2041: DDA receives over 12k suggestions, objections

NCRPB has proposed the need to tap on the possibilities of establishing five-eight new greenfield townships in the Draft Regional Plan 2041 based on productive economic impulses in Rajasthan, UP and Haryana sub-regions. The draft plan mentions that the elements under the Natural Conservation Zones in the RP-2021 will stay. Yet, there would be a distinction between green cover and forests, and areas that are currently categorised as forests will continue to be preserved in RP-2041. NCRPB says these cities can be situated on development hubs along the key transport corridors such as rail corridors and expressways, either on virgin land or as an expansion of current small settlements depending on the feasibility of productive activities. It also says cities like this have smart elements such as e-land, central smart command system, rainwater harvesting, land allotment, smart water and electricity, 24X7 security and net-zero water consumption areas. NCRPB also suggested innovative land use plans to aid accelerated development, like introducing the short and medium-term land lease concept for 5-10 years rather than the current 70-90 years for the use of industries and decreasing the burden of the high cost of land. Image Source Also read: Delhi Master Plan 2041: DDA receives over 12k suggestions, objections

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