The Noida authority has sought objections and options from the general public relating to its draft master plan-2041 for the Dadri Noida Ghaziabad Funding Area (DNGIR), spanning 21,000 hectares in Gautam Budh Nagar and Bulandshahr, officers stated.
In response to officers, the general public can ship their objections by way of letter to the primary administrative constructing situated in Sector 6 or mail the identical at email@example.com. In addition they added that the general public can get to see a duplicate of the master plan 2041 about DNGIR on the workplace reception from 9.30 am to 6pm until October 15 and submit their feedback throughout the identical timings until October 15 solely.
individuals can even verify the master plan on the portal https://noidaauthorityonline.in/web site/writereaddata/UploadNews/pdf/C_202309151825564765.pdf. One must give their identify, deal with and cellular quantity together with the feedback, stated officers, including that the plan shall be up to date on the location by Monday.
On August 13, 2023, the authority finalized the land utilization for the draft master plan-2041 meant for DGNIR, also referred to as the ‘New Noida’ area, proposed to be developed within the Dadri-Sikandrabad space in direction of Bulandshahr. The master plan designates particular areas for universities, industries, monetary workplaces, and residential functions.
Leenu Sehgal, basic supervisor for the planning division of the Noida authority, stated that after objections and options are submitted, the authority will evaluate them and take crucial motion after October 15. “Subsequently, the authority will ahead the plan to the Uttar Pradesh authorities for ultimate approval, after which the challenge will proceed,” she stated.
In response to officers, the authority has allotted 40% of the land for industries, 13% for residential use, 18% for leisure inexperienced areas, and the remaining land for institutional and mixed-land use.
The authority additionally plans to accumulate agricultural land from 60 villages within the neighboring Bulandshahr district and 20 villages in Gautam Budh Nagar.
In response to authority officers, Gautam Budh Nagar district contains 81 villages.
In June 2021, the authority engaged the College of Planning and Structure (SPA) to draft the master plan. SPA, in collaboration, outlined the land utilization for Noida’s enlargement in direction of Bulandshahr, which obtained board approval.