GNIDA's master plan 2041 envisions commercial hub near airport
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GNIDA's master plan 2041 envisions commercial hub near airport

The GNIDA Board has taken a significant step by providing preliminary approval for Master Plan 2041, which outlines the expansion of industrial land use and the development of a commercial hub in proximity to the Noida International Airport.

Presently, phase 2 of the master plan covers 25.4per cent of the total 40,000-hectare area and is designated for industrial purposes. The state government aims to increase this allocation, according to officials from the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA).

While preliminary consent has been granted by the GNIDA board, final approval is pending. Discussions with stakeholders and public input are necessary to address potential implementation challenges. Key departments, including irrigation, forest, and district administration, will provide essential insights into canals, drains, wetlands, greenery, ponds, and lakes in the master plan area to ensure a smooth execution process, stated GNIDA Chief Executive Officer Ravi Kumar NG.

The master plan, under consideration since 2007 with minimal progress due to delays, seeks to combat rampant illegal construction of warehouses, shops, schools, and colonies in the area.

A pivotal aspect of Master Plan 2041 is the promotion of mixed-land use in proximity to the upcoming Noida International Airport in Jewar, under the jurisdiction of the Yamuna Expressway Authority (Yeida). GNIDA aims to position Greater Noida as the primary destination connected to the airport.

The proposal includes an 8-kilometre extension of a 130-metre-wide road originating from Greater Noida West to Adauda village under Yeida. These roads are envisioned as hubs for hospitality, commercial establishments, and recreational activities, bolstered by excellent connectivity with transit corridors.

Furthermore, the plan focuses on integrating various public transportation modes, including MRTS, non-motorised transport, cycle tracks, pedestrian pathways, and highlights the development of a waterfront along the Upper Ganga Canal and green corridors in areas like NTPC Dadri and the Noorpur catchment.

The GNIDA Board has taken a significant step by providing preliminary approval for Master Plan 2041, which outlines the expansion of industrial land use and the development of a commercial hub in proximity to the Noida International Airport.Presently, phase 2 of the master plan covers 25.4per cent of the total 40,000-hectare area and is designated for industrial purposes. The state government aims to increase this allocation, according to officials from the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA).While preliminary consent has been granted by the GNIDA board, final approval is pending. Discussions with stakeholders and public input are necessary to address potential implementation challenges. Key departments, including irrigation, forest, and district administration, will provide essential insights into canals, drains, wetlands, greenery, ponds, and lakes in the master plan area to ensure a smooth execution process, stated GNIDA Chief Executive Officer Ravi Kumar NG.The master plan, under consideration since 2007 with minimal progress due to delays, seeks to combat rampant illegal construction of warehouses, shops, schools, and colonies in the area.A pivotal aspect of Master Plan 2041 is the promotion of mixed-land use in proximity to the upcoming Noida International Airport in Jewar, under the jurisdiction of the Yamuna Expressway Authority (Yeida). GNIDA aims to position Greater Noida as the primary destination connected to the airport.The proposal includes an 8-kilometre extension of a 130-metre-wide road originating from Greater Noida West to Adauda village under Yeida. These roads are envisioned as hubs for hospitality, commercial establishments, and recreational activities, bolstered by excellent connectivity with transit corridors.Furthermore, the plan focuses on integrating various public transportation modes, including MRTS, non-motorised transport, cycle tracks, pedestrian pathways, and highlights the development of a waterfront along the Upper Ganga Canal and green corridors in areas like NTPC Dadri and the Noorpur catchment.

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