Noida Authority Approves Master Plan 2041 for Dadri Noida Ghaziabad Investment Region


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    During its 210th board meeting on Sunday, the Noida Authority gave the green light to the draft master plan for the Dadri Noida Ghaziabad Investment Region (DNGIR), set to be established across 21,000 hectares in Gautam Budh Nagar and Bulandshahr. Dubbed as ‘New Noida,’ this region will take a distinct industrial direction, differing from the primarily residential nature of the current 16,000-hectare Noida city.

    Lokesh M, CEO of the Noida Authority, confirmed that the board’s approval outlines the development roadmap for DNGIR, with 40% of the land designated for industrial use, 13% for residential, 18% for recreational green space, and the remaining land allocated for mixed-land use and institutions.

    The project’s significance reverberates beyond the master plan itself, as the Noida Authority plans to acquire agricultural land from 60 villages in Bulandshahr district and 20 villages in Gautam Budh Nagar to realize its vision. Lokesh M indicated that suggestions and objections would be invited and addressed before advancing the project.

    Having enlisted the School of Planning and Architecture (SPA) in June 2021 to draft the master plan, the Authority has followed SPA’s lead in defining the land usage for Noida’s expansion towards Bulandshahr, a crucial step endorsed by the board.

    In a pivotal decision aimed at easing traffic congestion, the board approved the hiring of an agency to conduct a study addressing road congestion in Noida, Greater Noida, the Yamuna Expressway, and neighboring areas. Upon completion of the study, the agency’s recommendations will guide connectivity enhancements across these cities.

    In addition to these milestones, other decisions endorsed by the board include filling vacant clerical grade positions within the Noida Authority through recruitment. The layout for Sector 42 has been revised to resolve land disputes, while changes in land use for Sector 162 and Sector 164 permit road construction in the green belt, intended to overcome delays attributed to farmer objections over land acquisition.

    Furthermore, slight revisions have been made to the fees for issuing occupancy certificates by amending the fee provision in the 2010 building code. The operation of the Sector 94 animal shelter will be entrusted to a new agency, and issues surrounding the 5.5 km Bhangel elevated road, related to budget revisions, are set to be resolved.

    A committee has been constituted to address challenges in the Ganga water project. The board also deliberated on the recommendations of a central government committee led by former Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant, focusing on issues affecting homebuyers and the real estate sector across Noida, Greater Noida, the Yamuna Expressway, and other parts of the state. Manoj Kumar Singh, the Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary and Chairman of the Noida Authority, confirmed that further discussions are underway before submitting the report to the state government.

    Also read: Uttar Pradesh Set to Introduce “New Noida”: Expanding Delhi NCR with a $1 Billion Master Plan


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