A New Dawn In Meerut-douke

Real-Estate Deepa Gupta The Delhi-Meerut Expressway has been conceptually finalized and its alignment is underway the project is slated to be .pleted by 2014. While the Upper Ganga Canal Expressway will link Delhi to Dehradun all along the canal from Purkazi to Mussoorie, some of the other highlights in the project are a new inter-state bus terminal, a multi-speciality hospital, project to widen roads, an international airport in the city, and a gas pipeline project to supply cooking gas to houses. The district magistrate (DM) of Meerut, Bhuvnesh Kumar, announced this while he was speaking at Times Development Conclave-09, the first of its kind in Meerut, which was organized by The Times of India in association with Shobhit University. Kumar, who was answering every question thrown at him by the residents of the city , said, Meerut has great potential in housing, roads, infrastructure, urban transport, drinking water, solid-waste management and the like. He tried to assure the audience that the city would be one of the most sought-after regions in the NCR. Since power has been a major hurdle to the progress of the city in the last three decades, it was an area of great concern. The next four years will see an additional 15,000 megawatt increase in the power generation capacity for UP, and once the Anapara C and D units also start production, the situation will improve majorly, he assured the audience. Bsides Kumar, who inaugurated the conclave, others present on the occasion were the pro-chancellor of Shobhit University, Kunwar Vijendra Shekhar, assistant .missioner of UP Awas Vikas Parishad, Vimal Kumar Sharma, vice-chairman of Meerut Development Authority , Ram Naval Singh, and chief development officer of Meerut, Pranjal Yadav. The coclave was aimed at bringing together the policy makers and service providers from private sectors on a .mon platform along with the citizens. Kunwar Vijendra Shekhar talked about the role of private players in quality education. Speaking on the role of education in the economy, he stressed upon the need to educate the youth in a way that they could fit into the economic structure. Ram Naval Singh brought to light many projects undertaken by MDA some of them are already underway while others will soon start. The middle-in.e group wants to reside here for the simple reason that the cost of developed land in Meerut is much less than that in Gurgaon or elsewhere. As a result, nearly 100 developers are ready to projects launch their in the city , he said. He further stated that MDA had developed a .prehensive mobility plan for faster connectivity of a national character for Meerut. Courtesy:- Times Property dt:- 26/12/2009 About the Author: 相关的主题文章: