Uttar Pradesh intends to build 100 townships in five years
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Uttar Pradesh intends to build 100 townships in five years

The government of Uttar Pradesh anticipates tremendous expansion in metropolitan areas, and during the next five years, plans to establish 100 new townships. Out of the 29 development authorities in the state, the larger ones covering Lucknow, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Meerut, Agra, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Meerut, Mathura, Moradabad, and Bareilly will have to set up at least four townships, while the remaining ones have been given the task of setting up two.

In its presentation to the government in September, the Department of Housing and Urban Planning made a compelling argument for building more homes in urban areas hinting that housing units at fair prices will be needed. Senior department officials stated that 27 township locations have already been chosen, and the remaining bids will be available by January 5 of the following year.

Housing Commissioner Ranvir Prasad clarified that “In Lucknow, Mathura, and Kannauj, the board is the process of building new townships more cities are being identified as well where the land needs to aggregated for building townships.”

The government of Uttar Pradesh anticipates tremendous expansion in metropolitan areas, and during the next five years, plans to establish 100 new townships. Out of the 29 development authorities in the state, the larger ones covering Lucknow, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Meerut, Agra, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Meerut, Mathura, Moradabad, and Bareilly will have to set up at least four townships, while the remaining ones have been given the task of setting up two. In its presentation to the government in September, the Department of Housing and Urban Planning made a compelling argument for building more homes in urban areas hinting that housing units at fair prices will be needed. Senior department officials stated that 27 township locations have already been chosen, and the remaining bids will be available by January 5 of the following year. Housing Commissioner Ranvir Prasad clarified that “In Lucknow, Mathura, and Kannauj, the board is the process of building new townships more cities are being identified as well where the land needs to aggregated for building townships.”

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