The Uttar Pradesh Government is all set to give their approval to a new administrative authority that will be responsible for building a proposed industrial township in Greater Noida. The decision for the launch of the Integrated Industrial Township Greater Noida Limited (IITGNL) took place in Lucknow few days back.
IITGNL is a flagship project of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC), which will work towards building a “sustainable and smart community”. The project will have top officials from both the authorities.
According to Alok Tondon, CEO of Noida and Greater Noida authorities, “The new authority has been planned for this project as around 50% development work would be industrial in nature.”
The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is aimed to develop new industrial townships as “smart cities” and developed infrastructure sectors. Four such cities including one each in UP, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra will be developed in phase I.
As per the officials, UP Govt has already allotted 302.63 hectares of land in Greater Noida for the proposed industrial township which is just 11 km from the Pari Chowk. However, the project work has already started near Ghodi Bachera Village.
Apart from industries and commercial spaces, the corridor will also provide residential units in the form of group housing targeting to high income group (HIG), middle income group (MIG) and low income group (LIG) and economically weaker section (EWS). The township will also offer 24X7 power distribution, modern public transport routes and solid waste management system.
The residential complex will be gated community with a 14 km wall. Other major highlights of the project are Wi-Fi facilities, solar-powered facilities etc.