Saxena gave the directions at a recent meeting with DDA officers. train print Saxena to take charge of the design to ameliorate connectivity and structure in the sun-city; land formerly distributed to NIT, National Institute of Homeopathy; 8 hectares to be given to GGSIPU Lieutenant- GovernorV.K.
Saxena has directed the Delhi Development Authority( DDA) to develop the Narelasub-city into an educational mecca while asking the authority to expedite the structure systems in the area, according to a statement issued by Raj Niwas on Monday.
The L- G has tête-à-tête taken charge of perfecting connectivity and communal structure in thesub-city, read the statement. The DDA has an force of nearly 50,000 apartments in Narela, utmost of which have been lying unsold for times.
To attract homebuyers, the agency has been working on perfecting the connectivity of thesub-city with the rest of the Capital through DTC motorcars and a proposed extension of the Delhi Metro line. It has also taken way to boost the education and healthcare installations in the area.
In his recent meeting with the DDA officers,Mr. Saxena refocused out that the area lacks big marketable centres, including commercial premises and shopping promenades.
He directed officers to give land parcels to universities and other academic institutions looking to set up premises in the area. Saxena has directed the authority to lot the land parcels in a cluster, close to its casing systems to insure that the institutions have access to domestic and hotel installations.
The DDA has formerly started to work on this plan, the statement read. The institutions to which land has formerly been distributed include the National Institute of Technology(20.8 hectares), Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women( 20 hectares), and National Institute of Homeopathy(4.04 hectares).
The statement by Raj Niwas said Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University( GGSIPU) will be distributed8.08 hectares and Delhi preceptors University4.04 hectares. Narelasub-city is spread over about 9,866 hectares. Around 2,501 hectares is defined as the green belt in the area, according to the Raj Niwas statement.
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