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Greater Noida:

The Ideal Destination for Real


Estate Developemnt

A Presentation by Greater Noida


Authority

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Greater Noida- The Vision
† An efficient city with infrastructure of
international standards
† Pollution-free, eco-friendly relaxed
environment
† Provide an investor friendly framework
† Participation of rural population in
urbanisation
† To make GNIDA a preferred destination to
invest and live in

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Greater Noida – The City
† Established in 1991 by Cabinet decision under UP
Industrial Development Authorities Act, 1976.
† Notified Area of 36,000 hectares (124 villages)
† 5,000 Ha. already urbanized in Phase-I
† Urbanizable area of 20,000 Ha. by year 2021
† City planned for a population of
„ 0.7 million by year 2011
„ 1.2 million by year 2021
† Industry led development - 2600 Ha. to be developed
by 2011
† Residential development-3000 Ha. to be developed by
2011

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Master Plan 2021 NH 24
EXISTING AND PROPOSED
LAND - USES FOR 2011 & 2021

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THE REVISED DRAFT MASTER PLAN WAS PRESENTED IN

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THE 51ST BOARD MEETING HELD ON 08.11.04THE REVISION DONE
WERE: (A) THE REVISED ALIGNMENT OF TAJ EXPRESSWAY; (B) CANTONMENT

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AREA HAS BEEN CONVERTED INTO INDUSTRIAL USE, INDUSTRIAL AREA ALONG
ALONG G.T. ROAD CONVERTED INTO AGRICULTURAL USE;
(C) INSTITUTIONAL AREA REVISED ALONG TAJ EXPRESSWAY. SCALE:
NOTE 1: THE DRAFT MASTER PLAN PRESENTED
5. CHANGE IN SHAPE OF OMEGA-I&II, PHI-I&II, CHI-Iⅈ 1000 M 500 0 M 1000 2000 3000 M
IN THE 40TH BOARD MEETING HELD ON
THE REVISED DRAFT MASTER PLAN WAS PRESENTED IN 17.7.2001
THE 46TH BOARD MEETING HELD ON 25.03.03THE REVISION DONE
WERE: THE ALIGNMENT OF BY PASS ROAD FROM NH-24 TO DCS ROAD;
BY IDC
4. CHANGE IN SHAPE OF OMEGA-I&II, PHI-I&II, CHI-Iⅈ
CHANGE IN SHAPE OF GAUTAM BUDHA UNIVERSITY AND 25.03.03
REKHA T DEYWANI LEENU SAHGAL NIMISHA SHARMA MANISH LAL

DRAFT MASTER PLAN


SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT ZOME ALONG TAJ EXPRESS WAY. GM (PLNG & ARCH) DGM (PLNG) S.E. (P) MANAGER (PLNG.)

3. LOCATION OF UNIVERSITY INDICATED IN THE MASTER PLAN


23.07.02 RAKESH BAHADUR R.C.P. SINGH
PLAN AS PER LANDUSE CHANGE PROPOSAL APPROVED C.C.E.O A.C.E.O

THE REVISED DRAFT MASTER PLAN WAS PRESENTED IN

GREATER NOIDA - 2021


2. 29.06.02

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THE 43RD BOARD MEETING HELD ON 29.06.02.THE REVISION REKHA T DEYWANI LEENU SEGHAL ASHU
DONE WERE REALIGNMENT OF 130.0M WIDE ROAD,SHIFTING GM (PLNG & ARCH) DGM (PLNG) S.E. (P)
OF AIRPORT AS PER FEASIBILITY REPORT,PROVISION OF
METRO RAIL AND THE PROPOSAL WAS APPROVED
THE DRAFT MASTER PLAN WAS PRESENTED IN THE 40TH
1. LALIT SHRIVASTAVA SUDHIR GARG
BOARD MEETING HELD ON 17.7.01,AND THE FOLLOWING
C.E.O A.C.E.O
CHANGES WERE DONEi.e.SHIFTING OF AIRPORT,PROVISION
OF INSTITUTIONAL GREEN,SHIFTING OF REGIONAL LVL. 17.07.01 REKHA T DEYWANI LEENU SEGHAL NIMISHA
INSTIUTIONAL,PROVISION OF CANTONMENT GM (PLNG & ARCH) SM (PLNG) MGR. (P)

BRIJESH KUMAR RADHA CHAUHAN


S.NO. REVISIONS MADE IN THE PLAN DATE C.E.O D.C.E.O
Greater Noida-Clean and Green City
† USP- Clean and Green
environment 50
† Green Belts along all 45
roads- max. 100 m. wide 40
† Polluting industry not 35 Bombay

permitted 30 Bangalore
† Lab set up to measure 25
Delhi
ambient air quality 20
† Display boards at 15 Greater
Noida
entrance to GNoida to 10
display air quality on daily 5
basis 0
SPM*10 SO x NO x

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Main Functions
† Planning
† Development
† Creation of infrastructure
† Disposal of Property
† Management of Property
† Maintenance of assets
† Civic Functions

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Utilities
† Power:
„ 24/7 assured supply from January 2006
„ Assured supply from 2 independent grids-
† State Grid (132 KV); and
† National Grid (400 KV)
„ Distribution Company in private sector since
1994
„ Underground cabling upto 11 KV.
„ System designed for ultimate load of 1,500 MW
„ Location of sub-stations and corridors for HT
lines identified for future expansion

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Utilities- contd.
† Natural Gas:
„ Distribution to start in 2007
„ Piped gas for domestic and industrial use: For Backup
power generation
„ Location of CNG stations, pipeline corridors finalized
† Drinking Water:
„ 24/7 supply from 1st January 2006.
„ 85 cusecs from Ganga Canal (Perennial). 20-km
pipeline being laid
„ Network of Tubewells and rising mains to
supplement/ provide back-up supply

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Utilities- contd.

† Broadband Connectivity
„ Optical Fiber backbone by 4 Service
Providers
† Tata Teleservices
† Reliance Infocom
† RPG Enterprises
† Powergrid Corporation
„ STM 1 Ring of Tata Teleservices
implemented
„ Available bandwidth: 680 mbps

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Connectivity
† Air:
„ 60-min. drive from International Airport
„ Drive on 8-lane Expressway; No traffic lights
„ 10 km from proposed site of International
Airport
† Road:
„ 25-minute drive from Delhi
„ 24 km by 8-lane Expressway
„ Located on alignment of proposed Taj
Expressway
„ Connected by National Highway-2, NH-24,
NH-92 to different parts of the country.

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Connectivity- contd.

† Rail:
„ Located on Delhi-Kolkata Grand Trunk Rail Line
„ New Boraki-Tughlakabad Rail Link to provide
direct access to Southern and Western Trunk
Railway routes
„ New Railway Station at Boraki and Integrated
Transport Hub proposed in PPP
„ Country’s largest Inland Container Depot (ICD)
located in GNA

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Quality of Life
† Clean environment
† 24/7 Water and Power supply
† Excellent schooling
† Low commuting times: 3-10 minutes
† Shopping Malls/ Multiplexes
† Sports complexes/ gym/ swimming pools
† Clubs/ Gymkhanas
† Cycle tracks/ pedestrian pathways along all roads
† Nightlife/ pubs as city develops
† Low cost of living

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Low Cost of Living
Living cost lower than Delhi and other
similar metros.
„ Housing 80% lower
„ Local transport 60%,
„ School Fee 40%,
„ Movies 45%,
„ Fruits and vegetables 40%,

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High Quality Housing
† Housing- Studio Apartment to Villas.
† 3,500 ready to move in apartments.
† Wide range of residential accommodation
„ Plotted housing on residential plots of various sizes
„ Condominiums built by prestigious groups: Unitech,
Omaxe, ELDECO, Parsvanath, Ansals, etc.
† Over 900 acres allotted to Corporate/Group
Housing
„ TISCO, AWHB, Senior Citizens Society, CGHSO,
AFNHB, etc.
† Plots sold out: 22000;
† Houses under construction: 12000

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Education Facilities
† SCHOOL EDUCATION:
„ Public and International schools- DPS, Ryan
International, Sommerville, Oxford, Kendriya
Vidyalaya.
„ Excellent Preparatory and Kintergartens: Pragyan
† COLLEGE EDUCATION
„ 150 Allotments made for Higher secondary schools,
Engineering Colleges, Medical Colleges (10),
Management Institutes, Vocational Institutes

Proximity to Delhi & Noida also ensures that there is


no dearth of skilled and productive workforce
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Local Transportation
† Bus Service to nearby towns
† New Bus Company being formed for
† Connectivity with Delhi, Noida and nearby
towns
† Movement within Greater Noida
† Corridors earmarked for Metro and High Density Bus-
lanes
† Meter Taxi and Limousine Service available
† Dedicated bus lanes; segregation of slow and
fast moving traffic
† Cycle and pedestrian lanes along all roads

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Recreation
† 18-hole Greg Norman Golf course
† Stellar Gymkhana and Heritage Club
† City Park-Hub of Cultural activity
† Night Safari being set up
† 220-acre Amusement Park
† 3000-acre Reserve Forest
† Shopping Malls
† Multiplexes

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Emerging City Planning Concepts
† G Noida emerging as pollution-free city
† Ideal destination for IT industry & Real
Estate Developers.
† European cities e.g. Copenhagen and The
Hague role models for city planning
„ Cycle tracks along all roads
„ Standard road cross sections provided
„ Pedestrian pathways
„ Bus shelters integrated with kiosks/local
transport arrangements
„ Location of pedestrian underpass near bus-halts

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Landscaping
† 35% of Master Plan area under roads and
open spaces
† Landscaping Master Plan
† Plantations on Roadside and Central Verge
† Over 250,000 trees planted
† City Park spread over 20 acres: Hub of
Cultural Activity and Live Performances by
renowned artistes
† 3000 acres of Reserve Forest land in
GNoida Ares

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City Park, Greater Noida

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City Park, Greater Noida

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City Park, Greater Noida

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City Park, Greater Noida

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Community Service
† Declaration of Model Villages-
† Roads, drains, power lines
† School buildings, Rural markets etc.
† All infrastructure including cremation ground etc.
† Computer Education:
† GNA funds a Polytechnic and provides scholarships
† Tied with Intel for computer education in schools
† Medical Camps in villages every week
† Private Hospitals
† Free medicines by GNA
Result: Excellent relations with local
population

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Provision of Civic Services
† Solid Waste Management:
„ Segregation of waste at household level
„ Mechanized sweeping of roads
„ SWM Privatized: Payment by weight
† Sewage Disposal and Treatment
„ 100% area served by Sewer Line
„ Sewage Treatment Plant being set up

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Quality Control in Delivery of
Services
† QC of Development Works by private
agency.
† Highest priority: Customer Satisfaction
† International Accreditations obtained:
„ ISO 9001 Certification for quality of services
„ ISO 14000 Certification for environmental
protection

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Thank You

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