MMRDA plans 350 sq km Town in Mumbai Harbour
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MMRDA plans 350 sq km Town in Mumbai Harbour

The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) had put forth a proposal for the development of a 350 sq km settlement across the city harbour.

The official, MMRDA Commissioner Sanjay Mukherjee, explained that their aim was to transform the region into the fastest-growing centre in the country over the next decade. This transformation would be driven by the Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) and the Mumbai Transharbour Link (MTHL).

Sanjay Mukherjee addressed realty developers during an event organized by the industry lobby Naredco, stating, "MMRDA has proposed a new town where the MTHL will be located. The MTHL project is expected to be a game changer."

He further mentioned that this "town" would cover an area of 350 sq km. It's worth noting that Mumbai itself spans over 600 sq km, while Navi Mumbai covers 344 sq km, and the nearby Naina city, planned by Cidco, encompasses 370 sq km. Mukherjee clarified that their proposed town was distinct from Naina and refrained from sharing additional details.

Mukherjee also revealed that the MMRDA's plan included ensuring that infrastructure such as transportation connectivity was developed before the construction of buildings, making it one of the few settlements in the country to prioritise this approach.

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The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) had put forth a proposal for the development of a 350 sq km settlement across the city harbour. The official, MMRDA Commissioner Sanjay Mukherjee, explained that their aim was to transform the region into the fastest-growing centre in the country over the next decade. This transformation would be driven by the Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) and the Mumbai Transharbour Link (MTHL). Sanjay Mukherjee addressed realty developers during an event organized by the industry lobby Naredco, stating, MMRDA has proposed a new town where the MTHL will be located. The MTHL project is expected to be a game changer. He further mentioned that this town would cover an area of 350 sq km. It's worth noting that Mumbai itself spans over 600 sq km, while Navi Mumbai covers 344 sq km, and the nearby Naina city, planned by Cidco, encompasses 370 sq km. Mukherjee clarified that their proposed town was distinct from Naina and refrained from sharing additional details. Mukherjee also revealed that the MMRDA's plan included ensuring that infrastructure such as transportation connectivity was developed before the construction of buildings, making it one of the few settlements in the country to prioritise this approach. Also read:  India and Russia to launch Eastern Maritime Corrido Rosatom, Gazprom Neft agree to northern sea route

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