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- Ambience City, Sonepat (Haryana)
We are planning to develop our "Ambience City" township in Sonepat located at the proposed Kundli - Manessar - Palwal (KMP) expresswy. Our "Ambience City" township in Sonepat will have residential plots, bungalows, multi-storied group housing and retail developments. Community facilities such as clubs, schools, hospitals and crèche facilities will also be part of the township.
Sonepat is a prominent town located north west of Delhi on National Highway - 1 (GT Road). The Kundli industrial area, part of Sonepat district, is home to several large corporations including Atlas Cycle Factory, TOYO Springs Ltd. and Milton. Apart from its industrial activities, Sonepat is also an educational hub. The city has two universities, Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology and Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya. Sonepat is also home to colleges such as Motilal School of Sports, Rai, Hindu College of Engineering, Hindu College of , Hindu Institute of Management, Hindu Institute of Technology, Government Polytechnic and Government College and Jindal Law SchoolCommentQuote0Flag
- Anantraj - Residential
Anant Raj Group
As the Indian economy goes on overdrive, larger sections of the populace are getting empowered with rising incomes. The demand for residential / service apartment has also been zooming fuelled by easier access to finance and fiscal instruments, combined with lifestyle changes and global aspirations. The opportunity therefore, is in building niche luxury units that encompass all facilities and amenities expected by the crème de la crème.
ARIL is transforming the very concept of luxuriant living in the NCR. Building on exclusive and prime lands, amenities such as spas, swimming pools, Jacuzzis and clubs come as standard. Each of our residential / service apartment units is customized to meet the deep-seated desire for luxurious living. The architecture delights by virtue of elegant design, alluring aesthetics and fail-safe security.
ARIL’s residential / service apartment units adhere to global benchmarks and incorporate all the elements usually found in any of the high-class condominiums and housing complexes in the world over.CommentQuote0Flag
- DLF -Retail
With several profit-making projects in pipeline, Sonepat promise to give superiority commercial places. The city positively shows a lot of possible in varied aspects. And, Sonepat profit-making market happens to be one of these key facets.
Growth of Sonepat business property sector is owed to large funds. And with top property developers in the city coming up with special developments, the new projects are showing a rising trend of being book before achievement.
There is a suggestion to expand an industrialized Park in and around Sonepat. It envisages approaching the development of down stream industries. Add to that, it boasts of providing conducive location and an arrangement of services to the general public.
After that, there is the mall civilization rising at the fast pace. The happening of the shopping mall has captured the Sonepat retail market to a new and superior plane of orientation. DLF is soon to give form to its helpful project, three exclusive shopping malls in Sonepat. The real estate gigantic has previously acquired property, ranging between 200-300 acres in the city. At the same time as these future malls in Sonepat commit remarkable catering to private necessities, they are not expected to be unsuccessful for the factor that make out the true character for which these malls will see famous.
Such development evidently show that there has been a current process of representation a major features lift to Sonepat, which has stimulated various real estate developers to provide in Sonepat real estate.
Residential Property in Sonepat
Boom in residential property market is being compliment by growing arrival of money. With more future investors foraying into the city, industry watchers are sure for Sonepat to come out as the next real estate center.CommentQuote0Flag
- IIIT to be set up in Sonepat soon
IIIT to be set up in Sonepat soon
ROHTAK: The Haryana government has initiated the process of setting up the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Sonepat at a cost Rs 128 crore. A spokesperson for the Haryana technical education department on Monday said that the department had invited expression of interest from IT and non-IT companies, to be associated as industry partners for setting up the institute. The IIIT will be established under a scheme of the union ministry of human resource development on a not-for-profit public private partnership basis.CommentQuote0Flag
- Haryana will be an international education hub soon
Haryana will be an international education hub soon
New Delhi: The dream of Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda to make Haryana as an international education hub is , Haryana Chief Minister on Sunday inaugurated 10 educational institutions in the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Education City Kundli, Sonipat.
These include Bharti Vidyapeeth University, Pune, Ashoka University, Skyline Business School of Asian Education Society, Foundation for Organisation Research and Education (FORE), Manav Rachna International University, NC College of Engineering and Research, Hindu School of Architecture, RIMT Technical Campus, Shri Balwant Rai Institute of Technology and Research and SRM University.
These institutes are being set up on 167.74 acres of land.
A sum of Rs 15,000 crore would be invested on the overall development of this education city which would provide quality education to about 1.5 lakh students. It would create employment opportunities directly and indirectly for about 50,000 people.
The project will have a capacity for 36,000-40,000 students and these projects will ensure quality education. 25 percent seats will be reserved for the students from Haryana, in which 5,000 students will get free education, 10,000 will get 50 percent concession whereas remaining 10,000 to get 25 percent fee concession.CommentQuote0Flag
- Industrial Model Townships (IMTs) at Kharkhoda
The Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) spent Rs.1045.25 crore on the development of industrial infrastructure in the State in 2008, Rs. 104 crore more than the previous year, an official spokesman said here on Sunday.
He added that encouraged by the steady uptrend in the infrastructure sector and enthused by the response, the Corporation had drawn up an ambitious plan for setting up new industrial estates and infrastructure projects for which a land bank of about 17,000 acres was being created. The investment outlay for these projects which include expressways, model industrial townships, clusters and dedicated theme parks, has been estimated at a whopping Rs.12,000 crore.
These projects include the KMP Expressway, the Industrial Model Townships (IMTs) at Rohtak, Faridabad, Kharkhoda (Sonepat) and Jagadhari, and expansion of the IMTs in Manesar, Bawal, Barhi, Rai, Karnal and Saha industrial estates.
The HSIIDC was developing dedicated theme parks including food parks at Rai and Saha, apparel park at Barhi, footwear park at Bahadurgarh, textile cluster at Panipat, auto parts cluster at Gurgaon, and technology parks under the campus development norms at Panchkula, Rai and Manesar.
He added that land for the first phase of the Rohtak IMT project, measuring about 878 acres, had already been acquired and development works had already been undertaken by L & T. The IMT at Rohtak would have the cutting edge of linkages with the expressway, the special economic zone in Jhajjar District, and the upcoming industrial centres like Kharkhoda.CommentQuote0Flag
IMT Kharkhoda by Ambience Group.
We are planning to develop SEZ at Kharkhoda, in the district of Sonepat, Haryana. The land for the project is in the vicinity of the Bawana industrial area and IMT and alongside the KMP expressway.CommentQuote0Flag
- In next years, Kundli would see emergence as another neighbouring satellite towns to Delhi just like Gurgaon/ Noida are now today.
Next 5 years will definitely see opening of KMP expressway, opening of some univerisities in Rajiv Gandhi education city, orbital rail corridor from Kundli to Manesar/ Palwal and may see RRTS corridor from Kundli to Delhi.CommentQuote0Flag
GAIL to invest Rs 261 cr in Sonipat; hopes to double its consumer base
SONIPAT: GAIL Gas, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gail (India), is strengthening city gas distribution (CGD) infrastructure in Sonipat for its piped natural gas. It will be spending Rs 261 crore in this effort.
"Initial investment plan under Phase-I is for 5 years. Once it is completed, further investment plans shall be drawn up," said SP Sharma, general manager (CGM), Gail Gas.
In June 2009, Gail Gas was authorised by the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (Piped natural gasRB) for setting up CGD infrastructure in four cities, including Sonipat. The company has already laid 45 kilometers of pipeline in city area.
WIDENING CONSUMER BASE
Gail Gas is already supplying gas to Sector 12, 13, 14, 15, Sikka Colony, Janta Colony, Model town and Rathdhana Village since first year of its induction in 2009. This had made Rathdhana the first village in India to get a Piped natural gas supply. "We are now planning to expand the CGD infrastructure to all the areas of the city."
"In Sonipat, we have received an overwhelming response from the public. We have more than 4,850 households registered with us for Piped natural gas connections and we are aiming to take that number to 9,000 households soon," said Sharma. Gail has envisaged a demand of 1.1 mmscmd from Sonipat in the next 25 years.
VALUE FOR MONEY
The company is expecting most of the demand for Piped natural gas to come from domestic and commercial consumer sector. Limitation on subsidised LPG cylinders is expected to be a boon for its Piped natural gas business. Consumers might come forward to get a Piped natural gas connection as its rates would be economical compared to LPG cylinders.
"The running cost of Piped natural gas would be about 10 percent less than the cost of LPG," informed Sharma. Piped natural gas is safer and more eco-friendly fuel for the user. The retail selling price of slab 1 (usage up to 30 square cubic meter in 60 days) is Rs 22.50 per scm and of slab 2 (up to 30scm in 60 days on different quantity only) is Rs 26.10 per scm, according to the company.
The household use of natural gas has picked up also because of multiple uses of natural gas in a household. The gas can be used for cooking, water heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, power generation and fuelling the vehicle. In industrial and transport sector, however, the company expects generating demand to be an uphill task because of the high cost of the gas available for these sectors.
NEW MARKETING MANTRA
To reach out to a wider number of consumers, Gail India has also hired the services of future fuels, a direct marketing agency in Sonipat to spread awareness about Piped natural gas in the city. "The agency is involved in introducing the new source of energy to households through various modes of communication and explaining to them the benefits of Piped natural gas over LPG," said, Shilpi Tandon, corporate communication, Gail Gas.
Registration for domestic consumers has started in October 2010. The related forms are available on the company's website and also with the direct marketing agents. "A refundable security deposit of Rs 5,000 is taken for setting up the Piped natural gas connection to a household along with Rs 300 as registration fee," said, Chandan, who handles local customer satisfaction in Future Fuels, Sonipat. "Our team members meet at least 50-60 customers daily individually or over phone and the new consumers are quite excited about the various features and uses of Piped natural gas," said Chandan.CommentQuote0Flag
- Piped Natural Gas is the future like USA and other advanced countries. It is going to be good for both GAIL and Soenpat residents.
Another step towards advanced infra in Sonepat !CommentQuote0Flag
- its really a good news that kundli/sonepat residents will get piped gas .
Even many areas in delhi dont have piped gas lines .CommentQuote0Flag
- Buddy both are very good. If tdi is coming down cheap in your budget then I would go for TDI.CommentQuote0Flag
- Both are excellent and not much difference in their locations. TDI is somewhat more economical and more pocket friendly.
Disclaimer: I am invested in TDI............CommentQuote0Flag
- Rapid Rail Corridor for Delhi-Sonipat-Panipat, Delhi-Gurgaon-Alwar
Chandigarh | Friday, Apr 19 2013 IST
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said a Rapid Rail Corridor had been planned for Delhi-Sonipat-Panipat and Delhi-Gurgaon-Rewari-Alwar for which Rs 40,000 crore will be invested.
Mr Hooda stated this while speaking at a three-day exposition on 'Investment Opportunities in Sonipat-Kundli' in New Delhi today.
He described Sonipat as the future city of Haryana and said that Gurgaon, the millennium city, was the face of the country.
He said the Haryana Government had a plan for developing many more cities like Gurgaon. The state government was according top priority to provide connectivity. The Delhi Metro had been extended up to Gurgaon and it was being further extended up to Ballabhgarh and Bahadurgarh.
Delhi Metro would be extended up to Manesar in Gurgaon district. It would also be extended upto Kundli after reaching Narela. The Haryana Government would be contributing its due share for this project, he added.
Mr Hooda said a new railway line was under construction between Sonipat and Gohana, ultimately going up to Jind. He said Sonipat-Kundli area, located on national highway in the vicinity of Delhi, had great potential for development. It was connected with the six-lane NH-1, KMP Expressway and a major railway line.CommentQuote0Flag
- Sonepat-Kundli to be developed as multi-functional urban complex
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, April 21
Keeping in view its strategic location and advantage of its close proximity to the National Capital, the Haryana Town and Country Planning Department (HTCPD) has planned the Sonepat- Kundli area as a multi-functional urban complex. The state government is also considering allotting land to set up a Tourism University in the area.
While stating this today, a spokesman for the HTCPD said the Development Plan proposes to equip the town with necessary infrastructure required to serve its own population as well as the surrounding region. He said the Regional Plan 2021 AD prepared by the National Capital Region Planning Board has also identified the Sonepat-Kundli Urban Complex as a regional centre in the Central National Capital Region (CNCR).
Since the multi-functional urban complex shares its boundary with the national capital, it offers unlimited investment opportunities in the CNCR, he added.
He said the plan envisages development of residential, industrial, institutional, commercial, public and semi public as well as public utilities sectors, including the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Education City (RGEC) Project.
He said the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has incurred huge expenditure on the execution of various development works at urban estate Sonepat like roads, storm water drainage, water supply, electrification and horticulture works besides creation of infrastructural facilities like dispensaries, poly clinics, schools, community centres, old age home and police station. The urban complex is shaping up well and can be deservingly called “the future city”. Due to exorbitant prices and scarcity of land in Delhi, residential, commercial and industrial plots in the well-planned sectors of Sonepat-Kundli urban complex are in great demand, he added.
The spokesperson said the RGEC, Sonepat, is visualised as a hub for higher learning and a centre for research in cutting-edge technologies such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, genetics engineering and medicines. He said Phase-I of the RGEC is spread over 2,006 acres and sites for educational institutions with sizes ranging from one acre to 131 acres have been provided to meet varied requirement. He said well-proportioned supporting infrastructure sites like residential, commercial areas, multi-level parking, health facilities, taxi stands, water treatment or effluent treatment plant, hotels, shopping arcades and satellite station have been provided to make it self-sufficient.CommentQuote0Flag