Rs 245 cr to revive Thirumazhisai township

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By C Shivakumar | Express News Service | Published: 01st January 2017 01:22 AM |

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CHENNAI: Tct a bridge across the Bangaru canal and to construct 120 feet approach road to
connect the proposed township scheme.

According to a Government Order, the first phase of Thirumazhisai satellite township scheme
over an extent of 130.17 acres of land comprised in Kuthambakkam, Parvatharajapuram and
Chembarambakkam villages will be built at a cost of `245.70 crore from Boards fund under
Section 152 of Tamil Nadu State Housing Board Act, 1961. This would mean that Housing
Board, whose duty is to build houses and sell them, will exercise the powers of local bodies.

As per the Notification-III of the Government Order, the powers and functions exercisable by
presidents of Kuthambakkam, Parvatharajapuram and Chembarambakkam in Tiruvallur district
under Tamil Nadu Panchayats Act in receiving plans, sanctioning plans and regulating
construction of buildings, laying of roads, underground drainage, water mains, electricity
connections shall be exercised by the state Housing Board.

The GO states the order is being issued with the concurrence of Rural Development and
Panchayat Raj Department. The move by the State government comes in the wake of Housing
Board finding it difficult to implement the scheme under self-financing scheme mode.

The TNHB resolved to widen the Bangaru canal passing through the government land of
Chembarambakkam and construct a bridge across the canal and also to lay 120 feet approach
road to connect the satellite township project. The project was conceived on September 8, 2011
when former CM J Jayalalithaa announced the scheme at an extent of 311.05 acres of land
comprised in Chembarambakkam, Kuthambakkam, Parvatharajapuram, Narasingapuram and
Vellavedu villages at a cost of `2,160 crore.

which has been prepared by Studio Symbiosis architects. Rewati Raman Singh said. 16 percent green. A presentation was made before Allahabad MP Kunwar Rewati Raman Singh and members of legislative assembly from Allahabad. principal secretary. said Surya Pratap Singh. transport and public amenities. The Uttar Pradesh government on Thursday said it is pushing to get an "early bird" infrastructure development project status for the Allahabad manufacturing cluster under the Amritsar-Delhi- Kolkata Industrial Corridor (ADKIC) project. there is one industrial area at Naini in Allahabad. Bihar. For that. ushering in development for the region. Industrial and Infrastructure Development Department (IIDD). Parvez Ahmed and Ajay Bhartiya.470 acres. "We would like to develop Allahabad as an industrial and medical hub and hence the area for institutions in the proposed township should be further increased. Located on NH 76. about 17 km from Allahabad.500 acres available.840 km long Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC).200 acres of the required 2. on Wednesday on the proposed township on the banks of Sangam. includes mainly Uttar Pradesh. total acquired area of this industrial area is 777 acres. 24 percent residential. The state government has already submitted a concept note on developing ADKIC to be developed on the lines of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor on Western Dedicated Freight Corridor. . "The remaining land can be arranged once Allahabad is granted the status of 'Early Bird' project. easily accessible bus stands and cycle tracks." he said.State govt pushes for new industrial township in Allahabad An integrated industrial township may come up on the banks of the Sangam in Allahabad soon." The MP also asked for development of a ring road in Allahabad to ease the traffic within the city. starting from Punjab. there would be 32 percent industrial area. The proposed alignment of 1. the official added. The proposed township would be self-reliant in energy with separate transport networks. over nine percent for institutions and rest for mixed use. At present. the government has made 1. including Girish Chandra Pande. Jharkhand and West Bengal. Hailing the initiative. According to the proposed plan involving 1.

049 km in the state. .Uttar Pradesh is the biggest beneficiary of the EDFC project with the share of nearly 57 percent. measuring 1.

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