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Eco city phase 3 mullanpur new chandigarh

Eco-city phase 3 mullanpur new chandigarh

GMADA, a plotted residential development under Eco City Phase 3 New Chandigarh, is an upcoming ultra-modern township in Mullanpur, New Chandigarh. Synonymous with its name, it is surrounded by lush green areas. The scheme launched in the year 2011 for the allocation of 836 residential plots received around 1 lakh 60,000 applications, for which there was a huge response. Planned south of MDR-B, Eco City Phase-1 is being developed over an area of ​​400 acres, acquired under 100% land pooling, making farmers as stakeholders and farmers in No one has been uprooted from. The development work is on-site and is likely to be completed by January 2014. Development is being done by M / s Larsen & Toubro Limited. The total area under development of the scheme is 400 acres and the total project cost development is Rs. 151 crores, out of which Rs. 50 crore rupees have already been spent on construction of roads and providing public health, electricity, horticulture services etc., about 450 acres of additional land is being acquired for Eco-City Phase 3. Landowners will be compensated according to the policy, whose land will be acquired for the project.

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Eco City Phase 3 New Chandigarh

Given the economic growth potential of Chandigarh and the surrounding areas under GMADA in the coming years, it is anticipated that economic development will drive urbanization further and may trigger further development. With this increasing urbanization and congestion of existing cities, GMADA envisions developing a new independent and self-sufficient city to meet this spillover of the projected growth of Chandigarh and Mohali over the next 20 years. GMADA has formulated a vision of a city of excellence for the greater Mohali region and under this vision, the township of Mullampur is envisioned as a distinct and sustainable playground of the Greater Mohali region which is of quality Will enhance life and manage overall development. Keeping this in mind, in 2007 GMADA appointed Joolang Consultants Private Limited Singapore to complete a comprehensive integrated master plan for the new township of Mulanpur. Being proposed in the vicinity of Chandigarh and with world-class infrastructure, this Local Planning Area (LPA) has been renamed as “New Chandigarh“, which is 28th of the Punjab Regional and Town Planning and Development Board. Took place on -5-2013.

Landpooling plots
100 sqyd plot @ 28 lac
150 sqyd plot @ 35 lac
200 sqyd plot @ 45 lac
300 sqyd plot @ 55 lac
400 sqyd plot @ 65 lac
500 sqyd plot @ 75 lac
121 sqyd Sco @ 90 lac
100 sqyd Sco @ 80 lac
Bayshop @ 50 lac

as on 11/10/2019*

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The New Chandigarh LPA is located to the northeast of the GMADA region, south of the Shivalik Range. It is bounded by Chandigarh and Mohali, which serves as the northern gateway to the Greater Mohali region. Most of the land is not so fertile and there are many brick kilns in the area. Spread over an area of ​​about 15,000 acres (6000 ha), it is also near the industrial town of Baddi in Himachal Pradesh. The main settlements are 32 villages scattered throughout the area, the largest of them being the historic Mullanpur village. A significant part of its land adjoining the Shivalikas comes under PLPA (about 1150.20 ha), which bans the use of land in such areas as they contain highly degradable soil and from the harmful effects of deforestation and ecological imbalance. Rescue occurs. There is a restricted area of ​​140.8 ha dedicated to military use. Its topography is relatively gradual and generally suitable for urban development, providing approximately 4000 hectares of buildable land for the development of new townships and urban activities. Jayanti Devi’s Rao, Patiali’s Rao and Sisvan River are the main rivers that pass through New Chandigarh. The main connectivity is through the existing MDR-B which runs through Chandigarh to Chandigarh and between Panchkula and MDR-C, which starts from New Chandigarh and runs west to Kurali and west to Sirhind.

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The existing rivers and their environs will be extended to become the major physical asset of the new Chandigarh. They have been protected and development in these areas includes recreational areas with only minimal construction activity. A 100 m buffer area has been established around the perimeter of the defence zone as a construction zone. It has an area of ​​about 140.80 hectares with limited development potential. Other special and detailed development controls for other categories have been specified to ensure logical and sensitive development for land use in the new township of New Chandigarh. With the above development control, New Chandigarh will become a township that harmonizes with its environment and nature. Due to its prominent position, New Chandigarh is bound to attract the population of Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh in the long run and therefore as an important, self-sufficient city offering world-class facilities in the field of health, research and education Are installed.

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