Hi,

Does any one know the current status of SPR road in Gurgaon? I am not sure when it is expected to be complete and whether construction has started or not?

Also, is there any hurdles (Court Stay) that anyone is aware off?

Please share some information if you have.

- Thanks in Advance
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  • One problem that Villagers don't Understand is that LAND PRICES will fall by upto 20- 30% post the Demonitisation.

    If they hold the Land for too long, and Circle Rates Decline, than, be prepared to accept lower compensation.

    This needs to be communicated to them.

    Besides, the more they delay the transfer of land, more their kids could die due to Pollution, as can be seen in pics above.

    Serious Matter. Don't know if someone is looking into it or not.

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    • harmeet231 years ago
      In my view Sh. Ramratan74, you could have used better words to describe the problem they and their kids are facing.
  • I know there are lots of problems but ppl can't give their land free to government
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    • RAMRATAN741 years ago
      Free? Do you think, any Govt will even ask for Free Land.
      In case of NPR/ SPR, Government is willing to pay even GPA / SPA Holders... and Land where no Ownership proof is given.

      Only Squatted on Govt Land for Many Years, and they get compensated.

      Show me one case, where GOVT is not paying compensation.

      However, Govt cannot feed the GREED of Land Squatters.
  • Friends,after this small road is open and operational now, what are the next steps after this for the SPR patch to be fully built and operational? If all payments are already made, what is stopping HUDA to construct the road? Appreciate if someone with any insight can share.
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  • Originally Posted by Bokenranveer
    . what's this small width road ?
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  • Finally, some cheers for SPR Road and people living on this stretch. Hope they get possession of rest of the Land to complete the ROAD.
    Good Work HUDA! :)
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  • Originally Posted by RAMRATAN74
    One problem that Villagers don't Understand is that LAND PRICES will fall by upto 20- 30% post the Demonitisation.

    If they hold the Land for too long, and Circle Rates Decline, than, be prepared to accept lower compensation.

    This needs to be communicated to them.

    Besides, the more they delay the transfer of land, more their kids could die due to Pollution, as can be seen in pics above.

    Serious Matter. Don't know if someone is looking into it or not.



    Circle rates already reduced few months back.
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    • knitin1 years ago
      Seen lot of news like this but dont see any action on the ground.

      I guess, when it all start and finish it would totally transform Gurgaon. ( Hopes are high for so many years )
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  • There are things happening on the ground, saw work going on today.
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    • knitin1 years ago
      Can we get some pics as well. And what sort of things. Any update is welcome.
  • Work on 60 meters road connecting SPR with NH8 has started.
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  • Leg-up for SPR: Govt to allot alternative plots to oustees TNN | Updated: Jan 17, 2017, 01.47 AM IST


    Gurgaon: The state government has decided not to challenge the Punjab and Haryana high court order which accorded oustees of the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) project all the benefits of Final Terms of Settlement (FTS) of May 2014, in the hope this will allow for an early completion of the project without further litigation.

    "Challenging the high court order in the Supreme Court would have further delayed the project. So the government decided to abide by the order and to give FTS benefits to all oustees of SPR," said a senior Huda official.

    The 16km-long SPR originates from Gurgaon-Faridabad road near Ghata and meets NH-8 near Kherki Dhaula, via Sohna road. "The project is almost complete, except for a 200m stretch at Rambir Ki Dhani, which will now be completed soon," he said, adding that in place of the proposed 90m road, Huda had already built a 16m-wide road on the incomplete stretch to make the road operational.

    On August 16, 2016, Huda had allotted alternative plots in Sector 49 to 16 oustees from Rambir Ki Dhani, whose plots were falling in the alignment of the SPR. The draw was boycotted by the oustees, who later moved the high court, demanding they be treated equal to oustees of the NPR, particularly those of New Palam Vihar. Following this, the high court, in September 2016, decided in favour of the oustees.

    In July-August 2016, Huda had allotted alternative plots to oustees of NPR and SPR, but the terms and conditions of the allotments were different. As per the terms of settlement between oustees of NPR (Dwarka Expressway) and Huda, under guidance of the high court, NPR oustees from New Palam Vihar were given alternative plots without any charges, along with a six-month leeway from the day of allotment to shift their homes.

    But SPR oustees were given alternative plots as per the Relocation and Rehabilitation Policy of 2010, according to which, oustees got compensation for the land, and alternative plots which they had to buy at market price. The policy also does not recommend any timeline for shifting houses.

    Charan Singh, an SPR oustee, said they are not against the road, as the completed road would improve connectivity of Golf Course Road, Faridabad road, Sohna road and nearby areas, with NH-8, and reduce traffic load on Delhi-Gurgaon expressway. "We just wanted similar treatment for rehabilitation, and some time to shift homes," said Singh, adding they are happy the government has agreed to their demands. The move is expected to boost Gurgaon's real estate industry, as many commercial and residential projects are being developed along the SPR.







    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/leg-up-for-spr-govt-to-allot-alternative-plots-to-oustees/articleshow/56608091.cms

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  • GURGAON: The department of town and country planning (DTCP) has directed Huda to speed up work on various ongoing projects in Sectors 58-115 to improve infrastructure and civic amenities in New Gurgaon.

    Read more at:
    http://m.timesofindia.com/city/gurga...w/56723587.cms
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