A lot of companies are advertising for property citing nearness to Dwarka expressway corridor.

Shilas, Indiabulls Centrum Park and Ramprastha Edge Tower come to mind.

Does anybody have news on when this construction will start and when it is likely to finish? Has the contract been awarded and to whom?
Date of completion and start of operation will be vital news for evaluating the pricing of flats sold in this corridor.

Last I heard was that a few houses in Palam Vihar were slated for demolition for this expressway in May June 09 or thereabouts.
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  • The frequency of posts in this thread depicts and confirms that slow down in RE has come!!!!
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  • Originally Posted by eyeopener
    The frequency of posts in this thread depicts and confirms that slow down in RE has come!!!!


    Frequency is also decreased in other thread as well..
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  • Seniors please advice---
    I am holding a unit in krish aura and one in avlon royal park. I have three options
    Option 1- Should I exit from these two and buy a single unit on dwarka expressway till poss.
    Option 2- Should I hold the existing units till poss.
    Option 3- I should exit and invest in a single unit new gurgaon(70,80 and 90 sectors)
    Option 4- I should hold one and exit from other after 4 months and buy a plot so i can hold a plot and a flat till poss.
    Option 5- One unit in bhiwadi and one in noida or noida extension.

    Please advise the best option with some logic.
    Waiting for reply

    Thanks
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  • Ruma

    If you invested in bhiwadi for longer term,,, I mean for your kids when they will grow up and about to get married then its fine, you can gift them one each.

    If for next 5 years exit now itself and buy a real desperate deal in a good project. Greenopolis, emaar palm gardens, ATS, CHD, or any good project where you have assurity of builder and construction is ongoing.

    Cheers
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  • Originally Posted by ruma106
    Seniors please advice---
    I am holding a unit in krish aura and one in avlon royal park. I have three options
    Option 1- Should I exit from these two and buy a single unit on dwarka expressway till poss.
    Option 2- Should I hold the existing units till poss.
    Option 3- I should exit and invest in a single unit new gurgaon(70,80 and 90 sectors)
    Option 4- I should hold one and exit from other after 4 months and buy a plot so i can hold a plot and a flat till poss.
    Option 5- One unit in bhiwadi and one in noida or noida extension.

    Please advise the best option with some logic.
    Waiting for reply

    Thanks

    By the way, where are you getting the "Plot" in the price of a "Flat"?
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  • Is this discussion relevant to this thread ?
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  • ITNA SANNATA KYOUN HAI.... Where are our experts????
    Any update on Dwarka Expressway.....
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  • DEW has michael schumacher tower who is from Germany. Therefore posting this link. Germany has already built bridge for animals. Hoping to have an ROB for human beings at DEW.

    Germany spends millions on animal-only bridges - The Local - m.thelocal.de

    Germany spends millions on animal-only bridges

    18 Sep 2013, 16:32
    Germany is living up to its environmentally-friendly image by spending millions of euros on building bridges just for animals. Humans caught crossing them face a €35 fine. More than a hundred wildlife bridges are to be built in the next decade.



    Gerhard Klesen, a forester employed by the Ruhr Regional Association, spent a decade campaigning for an animal-only bridge to be built over a motorway in the town of Schermbeck in North Rhine-Westphalia.

    Man-made barriers such as roads and canals restrict animals' natural movement, he said. That limits genetic diversity, which in turn leads to an increase in disease and shortened lifespans. The ‘Green Bridges’ are designed to counteract this effect.

    "The area of land east of the motorway at Schermbeck is much smaller than that on the western side," Klesen told The Local. That's led to a decrease in species diversity on the eastern side, prompting Klesen to launch his ten-year campaign, which culminated in the opening of the "green bridge" - Germany's 35th - exactly a year ago.

    But it was not always an easy sell. "Bridges cost a lot of money," Klesen said. However the determined forester persisted in his campaign, which got a financial boost from the Netherlands in 2005, where such bridges are relatively commonplace. "They're way ahead of us there," Klesen told The Local.

    Both federal and EU funding followed and in September 2012, the €4.5 million, 2,700 square-metre bridge opened to animals.

    "It usually takes a year before an animal dares to cross the green bridge," Klesen said. But the animals of Schermbeck are a plucky bunch. "One red stag traversed the bridge just three days after it was opened," Klesen said. Others followed suit and within a few days, boars were making the journey too.

    Cameras set up along the bridge have captured a variety of creatures, including rabbits, foxes and bats, making their way across the specially-designed terrain.

    "There are strips of sand just for insects, as well as grass, shrubs and other vegetation providing food and shelter to some of the smaller creatures," said Klesen.

    Some animals, like mice, take to life in transit so much that they set up their permanent homes on the bridge. Others travel back and forth. Stags in particular often make the journey in search of a mate.

    Although it will take decades to assess whether the bridge is managing to promote genetic diversity and health among bigger animals, the effects on smaller animals with shorter lifespan could be studied soon.
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  • Proposal to extend airport metro to IFFCO Chowk, Gurgaon

    Proposal to extend airport metro to IFFCO Chowk, Gurgaon - Indian Express
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  • Hi,

    Do you guys know anyone who has flat in Ramprastha Primera??
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  • Originally Posted by DEEPAKguru
    if it is so and only 20 units left....then the clause in new bill of % of litigants will not be a factor.


    As on date none of the litigants accepted any form of compensation, these all are rumors.

    Anyway as I already told that settlement could happen in near future, wait till than. The things are moving but bit slowly than as early predicted.
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  • Originally Posted by YMkumar
    ITNA SANNATA KYOUN HAI.... Where are our experts????
    Any update on Dwarka Expressway.....



    I am no expert, but as per my info., the settlement is still miles away & as per some the situation is more complex than what it was 6 months back .


    ............i am really worried about the End users & the Investors, especially the End users, with Elections approaching fast, this looks to be a real gamble .


    .........lets hope for the best, though the present situation indicates otherwise .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    I am no expert, but as per my info., the settlement is still miles away & as per some the situation is more complex than what it was 6 months back .


    ............i am really worried about the End users & the Investors, especially the End users, with Elections approaching fast, this looks to be a real gamble .


    .........lets hope for the best, though the present situation indicates otherwise .


    Will DEW delay matters the 37c & 37D mich? I think RP/BPTP will give good connectivity to Expressway and exit to NH8 and moreover Hero honda chowk flyover will com ein next 2 years
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  • Originally Posted by snjvarora
    Will DEW delay matters the 37c & 37D mich? I think RP/BPTP will give good connectivity to Expressway and exit to NH8 and moreover Hero honda chowk flyover will com ein next 2 years


    37C & D have some sort of alternate connectivity .

    .........so we could see the resale prices somewhat muted, until a solution to the DEW issue is clearly visible .
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