Hi - I want to buy a plot in GST road (Vandalur, Urapakkam, Guduvancheri or Kattankalathur). Which is the best location and costs less? What is guideline value in these place?
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  • There is a nearly completed residential project named JEAYAM DREAM CASTEL near ORR-GST road Vandalur which looks deserted and unoccupied. Anyone has an idea why is it so in a prime location?
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  • GST Road - Price trends and Recent Developments

    Hi all - I believe that we need one such separate posting for GST road, to keep posting on the trends and development movements. Awaiting for any recent or upcoming updates to be seen in this thread.
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  • Let me contribute with a most awaited news on Guduvanchery Railway Overbridge (flyover bridge) status.

    Finally it is open for use from this week onwards.

    This gives a huge relief to the residents of Madambakkam , Adhanur, Neelamangalam , TTC Nagar, Orathur , Kuthanur & Thailavaram localities .

    And this event is really a boosting factor for fast appreciation of existing investments and to increase interest for 20L budget "residential investors" to flock in .
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  • What is the completion schedule of Perungalathur over bridge? Is the construction going on in full pace?
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  • Went on the Guduvanchery railway crossing bridge. It is designed well keeping in min the future, pretty wide too. From the flyover you can actually get a proper understanding of the lake nearby which is pretty big. The approach to the flyover is accessible only from the service road as the direct approach from the main road is blocked for now. There has been a huge slump in real estate prices in the land beyond the railway crossing since 2010 due to this flyover issue Hope the announcement of the new bus stand in nearby Nandivaram and building of the flyover will help improving real estate prices.


    Next they should widen the internal roads from the flyover to Orgagadam and Adhanur to spur development...
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  • Originally Posted by Ravenn
    The approach to the flyover is accessible only from the service road as the direct approach from the main road is blocked for now.



    True with current situation. There is an enormous pressure from residents of both guduvanchery and nadhivaram, for laying out a "roundana" / junction facility in front of existing guduvanchery bus depot. And it has been taken into account as well by the authorities because of the increasing accidents in this crossing.

    If it comes, both the Guduvanchery and nandhivaram will be integratedely connected. :)
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  • In fact there are two bigger projects from well known firms are being planned between Neelamangalam and orathur near existing Metro square project ( similar to SIS queen town / shriram shankari , as I heard from the VAO office staffs of the Adhanur. Actually they were waiting for the opening of flyover.

    I am pretty sure that, one of these two projects will bring a international cbse school to this locarion as a tool for attracting buyers.
    Then the real demand should steeply rise. Let's wait and watch. :)
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  • Airport-Chengalpet raised corridor gets new impetus CHENNAI: The state government and the Centre are likely to share work on the airport-Chengalpet elevated corridor project, which, when complete, will relieve the southern suburbs from acute traffic snarls.

    The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will construct the stretch between Perungalathur and Chengalpet and the state will be responsible for the portion between Tirusulam (airport) and Perungalathur.

    NHAI has appointed a consultant to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the project, an official source said.

    "The consultant will commence the study in January and submit the report in six months," an NHAI official said. The authority plans to expand the four-way corridor from Perungalathur to Tindivanam into an eight-lane tollway.

    "The 22km from Perungalathur to Chengalpet will be an elevated corridor," another senior NHAI official said of the Rs 2,200-crore project.


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    A CMDA project feasibility study provided revived impetus to the project — a report the government had announced in 2014. CMDA sources, however, said they are "still waiting" for a final report from the feasibility study by a global consultant.





    The project, interestingly, is taking shape even as the government indicated renewed interest in revival of the stalled Chennai Port-Maduravoyal elevated expressway project. The proposed expressway will provide a connection to the Chennai Bypass Road that links Perungalathur in the south and Puzhal in the north.





    NHAI and senior government officials held a meeting at which they agreed that the highways authority would be responsible for the longer stretch within its jurisdiction. Of the 42km from airport to Chengalpet, the state highways department maintains 12km and NHAI the 30km from Perungalathur to Chengalpet.





    "The corridor will be a four-way stretch," an NHAI official said.
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Airport-Chengalpet-raised-corridor-gets-new-impetus/articleshow/56147243.cms
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