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A Lush New Green Island Will Soon Come Up Near CP To Spend Our Lazy Tranquil Afternoons

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Annoyed by the excessive population in the city and can’t find the perfect spot to spend your lazy evenings? Don’t worry, as from what we’ve heard, a pretty rad place will come up in the city soon where you just lay about & spend some me-time in peace!

A Green Island In The City | A moment of relief for all the nature-lovers as NDMC is planning to set up a new lush green park akin to the Central Park of CP very soon. So, word is that there’s a five-acre plot between Bangla Sahib Gurudwara and Shivaji Stadium Metro Station which will be redeveloped into a Green Island.

Currently, a park, nurseries, traffic training centre, office of the Deputy Commissioner of Police and a night shelter all have been located in a very disorderly manner in the area. NDMC plans to demolish the traffic police office and relocate the rest and convert the area into a park that’ll boast of an amphitheatre, children’s playing area, walkway and sitting area. 3 acres of space will be used for doing landscaping and a historic fountain will be restored and installed in the centre of the area along with colourful, pretty lights and plants to give it an artistic look. Plus, provisions for hosting events will also be made - wow!

This park is expected to see good footfall for it’ll serve as a relaxing place for people coming to visit the Hanuman Mandir, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Sacred Heart Cathedral and Gole Dak Khana.

So, the next time you feel like reading a long-awaited book or working on a project in peace or maybe just spending some me-time away from the hustle of the city, consider heading straight to this Green Island as soon as it’s made!

Sourced Via The Times Of India

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