Mega Projects

 

 

1. GLOBAL CITY PROJECT

  • To be positioned as largest facility in the country to cater to the business and hospitality needs of corporates and government enterprises

Location:

  • District Gurgaon

Area:

  • 1100 acres

Projects Components:

  • Festive & Leisure including Exhibition & Convention Centre; High Value Innovation & Knowledge Industries, Central Business District and Township
  • To be designed by integrating smart community concepts ranging from water, power to integration of IT services in managing various public utilities

2. INTEGRATED MULTIMODAL LOGISTICS HUB (IMLH)

 

Vision:

  • Placed strategically, the logistics hub is being positioned as consolidation point for freight movement from NCR, Punjab, Haryana and some parts of Rajasthan Region

Project:

  • Proposed to be the largest facility in North India
  • Expected to handle traffic in range of 1.39 m TEUs by 2030

Location:

  • Southern Haryana

Core Component:

  • Container Freight Station
  • Custom bonded and domestic warehouses
  • Railway siding
  • Truck Parking/Auto zone, Container handling facility

Development Model:

  • To be developed through a special purpose vehicle (SPV) of HSIIDC and DMICDC
  • Infrastructure development through variants of Public Private Partnership model

 

3. MASS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM BETWEEN GURGAON-MANESAR-BAWAL (MRTS):

 

Vision:

  • To provide high speed connectivity between the Industrial townships of Gurgaon, Manesar, Dharuhera and Bawal

Project:

  • To run elevated, semi-elevated and ground track
  • Modeled on Metro and Sub-Urban Rail Systems
  • Expected to carry passengers in the range of 1.16 to 2.24 million passengers per day by 2040

Status:

  • Project to be implemented through a SPV, to be floated jointly by Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation (HMRTC – agency of the state government) and DMICDC
  • Pre-feasibility study completed

M/s JURONG Consultants, KPMG, DTZ and ESRI, appointed as consultants by DMICDC for preparing the concept master plan for the Manesar Bawal Investment Region (MBIR) and undertaking feasibility studies for the Early Bird Projects, which has been completed.

 

INVESTMENT NODE MANESAR BAWAL INVESTMENT REGION

VISION:

To provide investment opportunities along NH-1, NH-2, NH-8 & NH-10 for developing Industrial, urban and supporting infrastructure and spawn greater economic development.

 

OBJECTIVES:

  • Sustainability
  • Seamless connectivity
  • Holistic community

MASTER PLANNER:

  • Jurong, Singapore; KPMG, DTZ & ESRI

AREA:

  • 800 square kilometres (Phase I: 402 square kilometers)

Area

PLANNED RESIDENT POPULATION:

  • 3.20 million

EMPLOYMENT POTENTIAL:

  • 1.6 million

VALUE OF INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT FROM MBIR:

  • INR 2500 billion (US $ 50 billion)

PLANNING STRATEGY:

  • The concept master plan for MBIR is a combination of brownfield and greenfield developments
  • Development plans of existing townships falling with MBIR integrated into the overall MBIR concept master plan
  • Concept Master Plan of MBIR finalized and administrative approval accorded by the State Govt. to the Concept Master Plan
  • Development Plan approved

 

LAND USE/FEATURES Area (Sq.Km) Share(%)
Residential 111.89 28%
Industrial 67.71 17%
Commercial 11.19 3%
Public/Semi Public 8.92 2%
Transportation & Communication 42.54 11%
Public Utilities 4.41 1%
Open Spaces & Recreation 130.05 32%
Rivers & Water Bodies 4.24 1%
Natural Zone 21.36 5%
Grand Total 402.32 100%

 

Integrated Greenfield Township (GIT) within Manesar-Bawal Investment Region

  • GIT positioned within MBIR spread over an area of 35 sq.km and to be developed in Phase-1
  • Located along NH8 and proposed MRTS alignment and next to water reservoir (Massani barrage)
  • GIT modeled as High density Transport Oriented Development (with MRT S & BRTS Systems)
  • GIT would house business park, educational institutes, hotels, sports complex, hospitals, high density yet green residential areas, affordable housings and large public / open spaces

Manesar bawal Integrated Greenfield Township (GIT) Region

 

Key Projects in MBIR:

  • Fresh water Storage & Transmission
  • Integrated Passenger Hub at Panchgaon Chowk
  • Education cum Health Hub
  • Affordable Low Cost Housing
  • Eco-City project at IMT Manesar

 

Project1 Project2 Project3

ECO-CITY PROJECT (Smart Community)

VISION:

  • To create eco-friendly cities that will help in reducing carbon foot print

Smart Community:

  • A smart community can be define as a city in which citizens, business and government live, work and interact in a sustainable manner through delivery of integrated, low carbon products and services

Projects:

  • MoU signed with consortium of Japanese Companies (Toshiba-Tokyo Gas-NEC)
  • After initial survey, IMT Manesar selected as the site for pilot project
  • Technical feasibility report for the project submitted
  • Financial feasibility report being prepared

 

OTHER PROJECTS IN MBIR:

 

LOW COST AFFORDABLE HOUSING

  • To provide low cost housing to the industrial workers
  • Pre-feasibility report under preparation

EDUCATION AND HEALTH HUB

  • To provide affordable and quality education and health facilities within MBIR
  • Pre-feasibility report under preparation

MULTIMODAL PASSENGER HUB

  • To facilitate smooth connectivity within the MBIR
  • Pre-feasibility report under preparation

BACKGROUND:

The Government of India (GOI) is establishing a Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) between Delhi and Mumbai, with terminals at Dadri in the National Capital Region of Delhi and Jawaharlal Nehru Port near Mumbai, covering a length of nearly 1500 kilometers.

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor in Haryana

In order to tap the immense opportunities likely to be thrown open by the Corridor, a band of 150 to 200 kilometers around both its sides is being developed as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). The DMIC spans the States of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra.

VISION:

To create base in the DMIC band with globally competitive environment and state-of-the-art infrastructure to activate regional commerce and enhance foreign investments

GOALS:

· Double the employment potential in 7 years

· Triple industrial output In 9 yeas

· Quadruple exports in 8 to 9 years

 

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY:

  • As a strategy towards development of the project, Nodes/Cities have been identified within the Corridor as Investment Regions (IRs), with minimum area of 200 square kilometers and Industrial Areas (IAs), with minimum area of 100 square kilometers.
  • These regions/areas would include self-sustained Industrial townships with world-class infrastructure served by multi-modal connectivity for freight movement/ logistic hubs, domestic /international air connectivity, reliable power, quality social infrastructure and globally competitive environment.

 

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project in Haryana Sub-Region

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project in Haryana Sub-Region

 

  • Influence Area: 29,362 square kilometers
  • Covers 66% of the area of the state-across 14 distrlcs
  • Investment Nodes in Haryana
  • Manesar-Bawal Investment Region (Phase-I A)
  • Kundli-Sonepat Investment Region (Phase-II A)
  • Faridabad-Palwal Investment Area (Phase- I B)
  • Rewari-Hisar Investment Area (Phase-II B)
  • The value of output in the DMIC sub region of Haryana is estimated to grow by 15 times over the 30 years period (2010-2040)
  • Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HSIIDC) is the nodal agency for the project in Haryana

Government of Haryana through HSIIDC is constructing a four/six lane Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway in Haryana Territory by passing Delhi by NH-1, NH-8 and NH-2, with a total length of 135.65 Kms. The cost of this prestigious project is approx. of INR. 2500 crore.

 An Expressway

 


An access controlled, four/six lane high speed toll road, elevated at road junctions, underpass for cattle, cars and tractors, barricading to control the entry of animals and constant surveillance are some of the main features of this Expressway. The Project will held in smooth and quick transportation of surplus food grains, milk products, fruits and vegetables from Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh & Kashmir to other parts of the country. It will provide faster access to the International Airport for vehicles coming from northern parts of the country and will reduce the traffic bottlenecks of Delhi for better road connectivity. The construction work is in progress.