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- Quote by one of Vistas buyers who lives near Sector 70 and replying against dealer's calls to sell the flat :
"In my opinion no need to come under trap of property dealers who quote lower price.. I m staying near to sec 70 ..I can see every day some development going in this area.. It will be prime locality in next 2 to 3 yrs... Keep waiting! Keep walking.. All will be OK.."
Hence, SPR is going to be a main connectivity to many roads and areas in Delhi/Gurgaon /Sohna/Manesar and forthcoming Bypass road for Delhi/Gurgaon and Manesar recently passed this month by Gadakari and Haryana Govt.CommentQuote1Flag
- The Haryana government on Saturday approved a `1,000-crore aid to its cash-strapped urban development body Huda to improve Gurgaon’s infrastructure and reboot stalled projects.
The move is expected to solve the problem of the overflowing Badshahpur drain that flooded Gurgaon Expressway’s Hero Honda Chowk, resulting in Thursday-Friday’s monster jam.
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Haryana govt grants `1,000 cr for GurgaonCommentQuote1Flag
- Heard that NPR draws done successfully on 31st July atlast after 2 failures.CommentQuote0Flag
- Earlier on 31st july, 1st draw held for registered paper holders only. Now HUDA is holding another draw for remaining oustees with SPA and GPA holders on 16th aug. Hope this will end all claims by oustees of NPR.
Hindustan Times e-PaperCommentQuote0Flag
- Good. Waiting for news on SPR.CommentQuote1Flag
- I recently (last week) visited to see SPR from Sohna road but couldn't cross the disputed land as the villagers had blocked the road with trucks. I think they haven't got the compensation otherwise they wouldn't have blocked the road.CommentQuote0Flag
- The construction of SPR nearing completion, according to the TOI news.
Gurgaon: Huda on Tuesday announced that it will spend around Rs 700 crore to acquire nearly 102 acres of land for the construction of the Central Peripheral Road (CPR), despite facing funds crunch. However, the construction of the 3.2-km stretch would cost just Rs 22.80 crore.
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Huda to pay 700 crore to acquire land for 3.2km CPR - Times of IndiaCommentQuote0Flag
- It's no where near completion on actual ground around litigation area!! All in pipeline..Other than that yes work in going on SPR...Residents can shown more light on it. Had visited site 1 week so back so sharing same.CommentQuote0Flag
- Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) administrator Yashpal Yadav said litigation on account of Rambir ki Dhani area on SPR, and NPR evictees at Kherki Daula and New Palam Vihar would be resolved within a month. “Our focus is to settle legal issues with land owners and this process is on track. These major roads will be made functional soon,” he said.
Last week, the Huda held draw of lots for evictees of Dwarka Expressway also know was the Northern Peripheral Road.
New link road to ease Gurgon expressway jams | gurgaon | Hindustan TimesCommentQuote1Flag
- Major infra projects get a leg-up, lucky draw for oustees soon
TNN | Aug 15, 2016, 11.38 PM IST
GURGAON: Two major infrastructure projects — Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) and Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) — that have been stalled for more than seven years are all set to hit the fast lane as Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) has managed to settle rehabilitation woes of residents whose houses are coming in the way of these two roads. For allotment of alternative plots to the oustees of SPR, the urban development authority will conduct a draw of lots on August 16, while it will hold a draw of lots on August 24 to give alternative plots to the NPR project-hit residents.
More than 560 houses at New Palam Vihar, Tekchand Nagar, Chauma and Khedki Daula along NPR, also known as Dwarka expressway, and nearly 40 houses at Rambir Ki Dhani along SPR will have to be demolished to finish these projects, sources said.
Large parts of these roads have been constructed, and work is remaining mostly in the above mentioned areas owing to delay in rehabilitation of oustees. Huda administrator Yashpal Yadav said the development body had acquired land in Sector 110A to rehabilitate oustees, but owing to several litigations filed by residents, the project has been delayed. Now, finally Huda has managed to get that land.
The construction of a three-km stretch of the 16km-long SPR, which will be linked with National Highway-8 via Sohna Road, has been stalled owing to delay in allotment of alternative plots to land owners in Fazilpur-Jharsa village.
As many as 40 buildings, including homes and shops, in this area need to be razed to make way for the road. "A draw of lots for oustees of SPR will take place on August 16 as we need the land (of oustees) immediately for construction of sewerage, drainage and water line," said Yadav.
By clearing obstacles from these areas, Huda will also be able to build water supply lines to Sectors 68-80, where water has been supplied with the help of tankers as the authority had failed to get nod to lay a pipeline through Fazilpur.
Similarly, in the case of NPR, which is popularly known as Dwarka Expressway, work on the 14.33-km stretch of the total 18-km road has been completed. The expressway starts from Dwarka in Delhi and ends at Kherki Daula in Gurgaon. Of the 560 oustees of NPR, around 110 have already been allotted alternative plots in the first draw of lots on July 31, while the remaining oustees will be given alternative plots on the draw of lots on August 24.
The SPR starts from the Gurgaon-Faridabad Road near Ghata and merges with NH-8 near Kherki Daula. Similarly, NPR starts from Dwarka and ends near Kherki Dhaula. "The completion of both the roads will help the city reduce traffic load in Gurgaon and the section of NH-8 passing through the city," Yadav said.
The development is also expected to benefit the realty sector in Gurgaon. Vivek Singhal, president (corporate strategy), M3M Group, said speedy completion of NPR and SPR is expected to bring much-needed relief to existing homebuyers and people commuting from Delhi to Gurgaon, as it opens up an alternative link, thus reducing congestion on NH-8. "Also, once the expressway becomes operational, sectors closer to Delhi like 111 and 113, will be within 3-4-km radius of Dwarka Metro station and IGI Airport. It will have a positive impact on realty projects along the stretch, and substantially boost demand for housing and commercial space. Increased demand is also expected to drive prices up in sectors on the expressway near the national capital," Singhal said.
Major infra projects get a leg-up, lucky draw for oustees soon - Times of IndiaCommentQuote2Flag
- The list of eligible allot eyes for draw is uploaded on huda website for draw scheduled tomm. The list however has only 11 names and we've been reading in newspapers about appx 40 claimants. Is there an npr Like issue of gap/spa here or are we missing something?CommentQuote0Flag
- List of Draw of oustees applicant in Rambir Ki Dhani on dated 16.08.2016 at 11.00 AM
Sr. No Name, Father Name & Address
1 Sh. Charan Singh S/o Gabdu Ram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
2 Sh. Rajbir S/o Vedram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
3 Sh. Dharambir S/o Kishan Lal R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
4 Sh. Yad Ram S/o Phool Singh R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
5 Sh. Virender S/o Vedram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
6 Sh. Ghamandi S/o Vedram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
7 Sh. Chattar Singh S/o Phool Singh R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa, Gurgaon
8 Sh. Jit Ram S/o Gabdu Ram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
9 Sh. Ram Bir S/o Gabdu Ram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
10 Sh. Karan Singh S/o Gabdu Ram R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
11 Sh Jaswant S/o Sh. Risal R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
12 Sh Ram Kumar S/o Sh. Risal R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
13 Sh Satbir S/o Sh. Risal R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
14 Sh. Deepak Kumar S/o Ishwar Chand s/o Sh.Rishal R/o Vill. Fazilpur Jharsa,Gurgaon
Hope rest of 26 will get plots on 24th august draw.CommentQuote1Flag
- Some progress at last!! There was proposal to build flyover over the Vatika junction as well. Ambedkar statue issue would be taken care as well.CommentQuote0Flag