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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  • Was looking at the wikimapia image of the disputed area..apparently this affects about 1.8kms length of NPR. (Rest 16.2kms has already been sorted out) On closer look at the satellite image, more than 1km of this area does not seem to have any residential plots. Also if one zooms the image, one can see that the not more than 25-30 residences actually lie on current NPR path and would be directly affected due to actual road construction.
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  • A pictorial update of sector109 projects/sector road/DEW/Emigma

    Lumbini Terrace Homes 109 - exterioe painting started for some towers, internal road work -












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  • ATS Tourmaline Sec 109, excavation started but not much activity at site -







    Sobha Villas, A Block, Ph 1 -





    STP Work At Sobha site -

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  • CHD Skyone 109-





    Chintels Paradiso -



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  • Projects as seen from Sector road of sector 109

    Raheja -





    Chintels & Sobha Villas -




    ATS Kocoon-



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  • Enigma & ConscientOne-




    Raheja with Mahindra Aura in background-




    Kocoon, chintels & raheja-



    Enigma from sector road -



    Enigma at intersection of DEW & Sector Road -

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  • DEW & Indiabulls Enigma

    No doubt IB Enigma boasts the best location on DEW, bang on DEW -










    DEW terminating at NPV -



    DEW terminating at NPV with Puri seen in distant background-

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  • BTW CHD SKYONE stauts is similar what it was 2 years back ;-)
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  • Raheja as seen from DEW -



    Sec 109 projects from DEW -

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  • Friends, any news about what's happenning for NPV resolution. All the good news have suddenly died?? OR?
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  • Originally Posted by researching
    No doubt IB Enigma boasts the best location on DEW, bang on DEW -










    DEW terminating at NPV -



    DEW terminating at NPV with Puri seen in distant background-



    Any reason why DEW has terminated well ahead of the empty land in NPV/
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  • Thats not the empty land, there are plots/land which are falling in the DEW alignment.

    Originally Posted by kamkish
    Any reason why DEW has terminated well ahead of the empty land in NPV/
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  • Originally Posted by researching
    Thats not the empty land, there are plots/land which are falling in the DEW alignment.


    Is there a court stay on those plots that HUDA is not continuing with NPR construction?
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  • Mangar will be protected, NCR board says

    NEW DELHI: Interventions from the Prime Minister's Office and environment ministry appear to have partially succeeded in saving a few ecologically fragile zones in the Aravalis from possible degradation under proposed changes to the NCR sub-regional plan for Haryana.

    The NCR Planning Board will be writing to the PMO and ministry, assuring them that the sacred grove of Mangar Bani in Aravalis will be protected. It is not yet clear whether other sensitive zones will get similar protection in the plan that proposes to allow tourism and higher constructions.

    While the revised NCR plan awaits notification, Haryana's sub-regional plan has not been considered by the board. "We are responding to the environment ministry on all issues they raised in the letter. Some of the suggestions will be incorporated in the regional plan to safeguard environmental concerns," a government official privy to the development said.

    The official added the NCR Planning Board will also write to PMO, which had specially asked it and urban development ministry to ensure that the sacred Mangar Bani is protected and views of MoEF are incorporated before clearing the Haryana sub-regional plan. The board's secretariat has also decided that the relevant court orders with regard to environment and forest issued will be annexed in the final revised plan.

    Though the Election Commission has given a go ahead for holding the board meeting to consider Haryana's plan, the date has not been finalized, sources said. They added that Haryana has been asked to incorporate some changes in its map for the sub-region.

    When contacted, a senior Haryana government official said that they have informed NCR Board that Mangar forest would be protected. "We have already included several changes as suggested in the planning committee and by the board secretariat. If NCRPB asks us to make further changes, we will do so. There is no other way out," he added.

    However, everyone is tight lipped on the issue of allowing tourism in conservation zones and construction beyond the earlier 0.5% cap after obtaining environment clearances.

    Delhi government has already red flagged the two provisions claiming that these would have serious environmental repercussions on areas adjoining Haryana.

    Mangar will be protected, NCR board says - The Times of India
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  • Originally Posted by Choma1
    NEW DELHI: Interventions from the Prime Minister's Office and environment ministry appear to have partially succeeded in saving a few ecologically fragile zones in the Aravalis from possible degradation under proposed changes to the NCR sub-regional plan for Haryana.

    The NCR Planning Board will be writing to the PMO and ministry, assuring them that the sacred grove of Mangar Bani in Aravalis will be protected. It is not yet clear whether other sensitive zones will get similar protection in the plan that proposes to allow tourism and higher constructions.

    While the revised NCR plan awaits notification, Haryana's sub-regional plan has not been considered by the board. "We are responding to the environment ministry on all issues they raised in the letter. Some of the suggestions will be incorporated in the regional plan to safeguard environmental concerns," a government official privy to the development said.

    The official added the NCR Planning Board will also write to PMO, which had specially asked it and urban development ministry to ensure that the sacred Mangar Bani is protected and views of MoEF are incorporated before clearing the Haryana sub-regional plan. The board's secretariat has also decided that the relevant court orders with regard to environment and forest issued will be annexed in the final revised plan.

    Though the Election Commission has given a go ahead for holding the board meeting to consider Haryana's plan, the date has not been finalized, sources said. They added that Haryana has been asked to incorporate some changes in its map for the sub-region.

    When contacted, a senior Haryana government official said that they have informed NCR Board that Mangar forest would be protected. "We have already included several changes as suggested in the planning committee and by the board secretariat. If NCRPB asks us to make further changes, we will do so. There is no other way out," he added.

    However, everyone is tight lipped on the issue of allowing tourism in conservation zones and construction beyond the earlier 0.5% cap after obtaining environment clearances.

    Delhi government has already red flagged the two provisions claiming that these would have serious environmental repercussions on areas adjoining Haryana.

    Mangar will be protected, NCR board says - The Times of India


    with due respect, it is not clear what relevance this article has in this forum which is on NPR resolution.
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