- November 11, 2016
- Posted by: amdaindia
- Category: Urban News
The Integrated Industrial Township in Greater Noida, which is under the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), is on track with IIT-Delhi giving its approval of its infrastructural design.
The Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under the Union Ministry of Commerce, Ramesh Abhishek and Alkesh Kumar Sharma, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, DMIC, conducted a site visit of the project that is currently under construction. Expressing satisfaction with the physical progress of the township, officials said that the infrastructure design services of the project have been vetted by IIT-Delhi.
As per officials of the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA), a detailed inspection of the site was conducted besides reviewing the design phase of the project, which is now complete.
“Since the design phase, which is critical, is mostly on paper, so far the project has completed only about 12%,” said Deepak Agarwal, CEO, GNIDA.
“However, work has started on the ground and now the project will move ahead at a fast pace. By October-November we plan to open sale of plots in the area,” he said.
Sprawling across nearly 335 hectares of land, the township would be located in the Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad investment region of the corridor.
Officials said that the township would be located in Ecotech 11A in Greater Noida and its boundaries would include Ghodi Bacheda village, Maicha village, Howrah railway line and the Eastern Peripheral Expressway.
Source : Urbanewsdigest