A New World-Class City, Larger Than Chandigarh, May Pop Up Soon In The NCR Region!
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Seeing the over populated cities of Gurgaon and Delhi, have you ever wondered what if there was another city to accommodate the eye poppingly huge number of people dissatisfied with the cities? If we know you well enough, we can say that you probably must have shunned the idea thinking it to be absolutely impossible. But what if it is possible? Read on.
A Tale Of A City | Here’s some surprising news for all you Delhizens. The Haryana Government is planning to develop a new city next to Gurgaon, in the NCR region! Yes, its neither a dream nor a fantasy. The city is expected to be larger than Chandigarh (WOW!) and will be developed in a public-private partnership model.
The Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has been asked to finalise someone to make the master plan for this newbie city. According to the HSIIDC officials, it’s gonna be a world-class city, with all sorts of facilities of health and education. The city will be spread across 50,000 hectares at least and will be smaller than Gurgaon, which holds about 73,000 hectares of land. It will share boundaries with the Gurgaon-Manesar urban area and the Aravallis in the North-East.
Connectivity, as per the officials, is not a problem at all as the proposed city will be connected to urban centers by national, state highways, the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway and more. As of now, a lot needs to be done if we wanna see the city willed into solid reality. Apart from the master plan, officials will also have to prepare the zoning regulations and other land use regulations.
The mere idea of a new city propping up in the NCR is totally exciting and we can’t wait to add another place to our must-visit lists! Fingers crossed and patiently waiting!
Sourced Via The Indian Express