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  • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

    Originally posted by dg13783081 View Post
    Which are good end use socities on DEW? Can you please suggest? Looking for good facilitles 3 BHK+..I will be looking for good future connectivity to delhi , noida through metro
    Look at Puri, Mahindra, ATS, Tashee, Tata, Experion, Emaar, Adani - All these are having good location advantage at different price points.

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    • rahul2011
      rahul2011 commented
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      look for RTM or aparmnts close to RTM in 6 months or so.. my vote is alwys to ATS..but Tata, Puri also a hoice..

    • ggnhomeowner
      ggnhomeowner commented
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      ATS is nice but too dense and towers closeby. In one of their project all towers in a circle and you end up viewing the other towers sitting in the balcony besides the central greens. They have also made projects with the maximum allowable density per acre in typical Noida style, whereas some of the other developers haven't and are far lower density and lesser number of people per acre.

  • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

    Hey... have a few questions on DEW. Assuming somehow the road is built after clearing litigations and all,
    1) When will it be made signal free? As in flyovers etc. need to be built for it to be an 'expressway'. Any clue on that?
    2) In terms of commercial areas, I haven't noticed any major office cluster or malls by reputed developers or new hospitals. Is this understanding correct?

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    • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

      Originally posted by ravig1986 View Post
      Hey... have a few questions on DEW. Assuming somehow the road is built after clearing litigations and all,
      1) When will it be made signal free? As in flyovers etc. need to be built for it to be an 'expressway'. Any clue on that?
      2) In terms of commercial areas, I haven't noticed any major office cluster or malls by reputed developers or new hospitals. Is this understanding correct?
      It took me just a few minutes to get to the existing malls/shopping markets in Gurgaon side. A few big hospitals are also not too far away. Probably 10-15min away. From what I saw, lots of commercial complexes are already under construction, and a few will reach finishing stages soon.
      Signal free will take some time, from what I was told, there are 4 flyovers sanctioned on the main road. No time lines were mentioned.

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      • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

        I found some structure being demolished to pave the way for connecting sector 37C sector road to Pataudi road

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        • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

          Originally posted by ggnhomeowner View Post

          It took me just a few minutes to get to the existing malls/shopping markets in Gurgaon side. A few big hospitals are also not too far away. Probably 10-15min away. From what I saw, lots of commercial complexes are already under construction, and a few will reach finishing stages soon.
          Signal free will take some time, from what I was told, there are 4 flyovers sanctioned on the main road. No time lines were mentioned.
          Thanks. But what about incremental infra? Those hospitals and malls were not intended for DEW. Also, there would be mayhem for years when all the flyovers are actually built on DEW. Am I missing something over here? I just fail to understand why people are so hung ho about DEW

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          • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

            Originally posted by ravig1986 View Post

            Thanks. But what about incremental infra? Those hospitals and malls were not intended for DEW. Also, there would be mayhem for years when all the flyovers are actually built on DEW. Am I missing something over here? I just fail to understand why people are so hung ho about DEW
            All awaiting the road to become operational before starting construction.
            Generally in an area first the residential areas pick up, once there is sufficient mass, then commercial projects kick in.
            There won't be any more mayhem than what exists in the other areas of Gurgaon where there are no flyovers and neither are any planned.
            You are missing the future prospects of this area as compared to the rest of Gurgaon.
            If from what I am hearing, things pan out that way in the next few months, there will be a great change in perception.
            So far whatever was told to me, has come out to be true a few weeks later. So will wait for one or two milestones, and then will be redeploying all investible surplus to this area.

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            • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

              Originally posted by ggnhomeowner View Post

              It took me just a few minutes to get to the existing malls/shopping markets in Gurgaon side. A few big hospitals are also not too far away. Probably 10-15min away. From what I saw, lots of commercial complexes are already under construction, and a few will reach finishing stages soon.
              Signal free will take some time, from what I was told, there are 4 flyovers sanctioned on the main road. No time lines were mentioned.
              Dude really is this true on DEW which sectors ?

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              • eyeopener
                eyeopener commented
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                Yes, it's true from sector 110,109,106.

                Until you don't want to go to NALAPAAR.

            • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

              I had gone from Sector 102/104 area. Took just a few minutes.

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              • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/56862103.cms

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                • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                  Haryana Urban Development Authority to conduct fresh draw of lots for oustees’ relief

                  While the first draw of lots will be conducted for 14 oustees of Rambir Ki Dhani on SPR on January 30, another draw for oustees of NPR is likely in the first week of February.TNN | January 30, 2017, 11:00 IST

                  GURUGRAM: The Huda is going to conduct fresh draws of lots for allotting alternative plots to people evicted for Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) and Northern Peripheral Road (NPR).

                  While the first draw of lots will be conducted for 14 oustees of Rambir Ki Dhani on SPR on January 30, another draw for oustees of NPR is likely in the first week of February.

                  The move will help expedite work on the remaining portions of SPR and NPR, which have been stuck for the last six months due to various litigations.

                  Huda administrator Yashpal Yadav said the authorities would try to vacate the required land by February to complete the projects at the earliest. The speedy completion of these roads will improve connectivity in new Gurgaon and reduce traffic congestion on NH-8, providing a relief to around 1.5 lakh people who have invested in hundreds of projects along SPR and NPR.

                  “We are completing the formalities,” he said, adding that in case of the NPR project, the draw would be conducted only for non-GPA, non-SPA holders. Therefore, only those oustees, who have proper property documents and constructed houses on the land acquired for the project, would be part of the draw.

                  Sources said around 560 people affected by the NPR project had applied for alternative plots, out of which around 270 were given plots in the last draw held in July-August 2016. In the fresh draws, around 220 oustees (non-GPA, non-SPA holders) would get alternative plots.

                  “The fresh draw for SPR, NPR oustees would be conducted in accordance with the FTS, under which oustees will get alternative plots equivalent to the ground coverage of their constructed residential houses,” said Yadav.





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