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

    Originally posted by Designer View Post
    ................... The new 'aerotropolis' that will be spread over 24 sq kilometers or 2,400 hectares of land is expected to further quicken pace of expansion and growth in this area as well as become a gateway to the tourist destinations of Rajastha..........

    New airport likely near Neemrana - Economic Times

    I suppose this is an Cargo Airport ( but the News article doesn't seem to suggest that . What i had posted clearly said that this is going to be a Cargo Airport ) .



    If this airport in Neemrana turns out to an International Airport, we could see IGI turning into a Domestic Airport or maybe a Cargo one ( at the worst ), one day .
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    • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

      Nothing of that sort is going to happen.

      GMR contract for IGI is for 30 years.
      This has been recently built and politicians in Delhi won't allow International Airport to move beyond Delhi Boundary.

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

        Originally posted by abc111 View Post
        Nothing of that sort is going to happen.

        GMR contract for IGI is for 30 years.
        This has been recently built and politicians in Delhi won't allow International Airport to move beyond Delhi Boundary.

        I am aware of the GMR contract .

        I had hard similar arguments on the GGN toll shifting . Ultimately the traffic conditions & public pressure is making the difference .

        New Contracts at a different Airport can always be given to GMR, in lieu of the current one . Some sort of compensation can always be worked out .

        In another 15 years or so, if IGI cannot handle the Domestic & International traffic ( it has little scope of expansion ) & the roads leading to the Airport remain choked, Politicians or anybody else will not be able to stop the imminent .

        Last edited by MANOJa; May 19 2013, 11:45 AM.
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        • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

          Mumbai is chocking for past 10 years and nothing is going to happen for next 10-15 years.

          The new runway at IGI can easily handle extra pressure for next 15-20 years.

          Cargo airports are being built to de-congest IGI.

          IGI is not going anywhere.

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

            From Wikipedia-:

            Indira Gandhi International Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

            In 2011-12, the airport handled 35.88 million passengers[9] and the planned expansion program will increase its capacity to handle 100 million passengers by 2030.[10] The new Terminal 3 building has had the capacity to handle an additional 34 million passengers annually since the start of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.[11] Terminal 3 is the world's 8th largest passenger terminal.[12] In September 2008, the airport inaugurated a 4.43 kilometre-long runway. In 2010, Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) was conferred the fourth best airport award in the world in the 15–25 million category, and Best Improved Airport in the Asia-Pacific Region by Airport Council International.[13] In 2011, the IGIA was ranked the second-best airport in the world in the 25-40 million passengers category, again by Airport Council International.[14] Also in 2012, the airport was the 27th busiest in the world with 39,887,866 passengers handled, registering a 12.7% growth in traffic over the previous year.[15]

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

              Irony of this entire proximity saga in gurgaon RE is that few years back when DEW was a new concept, but few builders used these high decibel words of proximity to diplomatic enclave, airport and others to market their projects in an area unheard of. Just like parrots all other builder, brokers started using again and again and then time came when every one started believing it to be a real game changer.
              What is diplomatic enclave,? No one knows. What are the contours of this development? No one has the faintest idea. How will it help in development of an area? No one knows.
              Actually this story started from the broking community of Dwarka. I remember in 2004 I was scouting for a property in Dwarka and brokers were pitching me property in far off sectors, closer to gurgaon citing the same story of new diplomatic enclave coming there. Even then I asked the same question? What impact would it bring to the area? No one had the answer.

              We don't need to go any where to get the answer. Take a stroll around chanakya puri. Every country which has some weight behind it internationally has got huge embassy in that area. The ones couldn't find place there were the poor African countries or the ones that which haven't had any significant presence in Indians bilateral trade .
              Rest others operate from residential blocks of vasant Vihar. These countries have a very small residential staff in India. And the jobs that are outsourced from India are small and petty jobs of driver and other house helps.

              Now if one thinks that one day when diplomatic enclave comes, then all the embassies would shift their is going too far. And the ones that will shift, what impact they will bring to Dew doesn't need intelligence to answer this.

              Today we are discussing that even the diplomatic enclave is scrapped. Neither it's planned development nor scrapping of it would have had any impact on Dew.
              Larger question that needs to be answered is when all the projects on Dew will come for possession, and where would the Gentry go to work or for business? Which every way it goes, that destination will develop faster then the one from this Gentry is originating....

              RA


              Originally posted by BlessU View Post
              Hi
              Greetings

              What could have been the impact of Diplomatic Enclave?

              Gains:
              - High Class Gentry
              - Affiliated Diplomatic Services and offices coming on to nearby area
              - Small countries who cannot afford large embassies could have developed their offices on dway projects
              - Confirmed Electricity supply in the dwarka. Dway possibly benefiting from the same grid,
              - Development of support services, recreation services like Clubs, libraries, water Bodies, Well maintained Parks, greens, horticulture, golf course, water fountains
              - Proper Street Lighting, maintenance of roads, service lanes, water supply in proximity to dway..
              - Employment creation for 1000s working in these embassies/allied and support services and eventually residing in nearby location on dwarka expressway,
              - With so many diplomatic people moving in and out, dwarka side airport connectivity could have been inevitable.
              - Currently all 10x buyers have no direct entry from dwarka and have to hit Nh8 before they can enter the airport.
              - Increased security in the area due to diplomatic movement could have a halo affect on better law and order and security for dway projects as well.
              - Over all better rating of property due to better paying capacity of expats, counselors, staff working at Embassy.
              - Better rentals expectation.
              - More chances of faster commercial office space development by service providers to consulates and allied services,
              - Cosmopolitan environment and possibly good schools, better markets, better civic sense, driving culture, less mess, less obscure sights of people spitting/peeing at every corner.
              - better sanitation and cleanliness and no stray animals, dog, cows, pigs
              - no slums, no illegal and unauthorised shops, kholis, thekkas etc.
              - As a progressive fall out of a micro economy out of diplomatic enclave, migration of people from other areas of Delhi/NCR/North.

              Hence the opportunity provided due to more money chasing available assets for use and investment, is now no longer there.


              If would be daft to ignore the above..

              Now all that advantage in no longer there and even if dway connects to delhi, it would be merely a road providing access to dwarka, najafgarh, uttamnagar, vikaspuri, janakpuri et al.

              Hope the plans are reconsidered.

              Cheers

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

                Originally posted by abc111 View Post
                Mumbai is chocking for past 10 years and nothing is going to happen for next 10-15 years.

                The new runway at IGI can easily handle extra pressure for next 15-20 years.

                Cargo airports are being built to de-congest IGI.

                IGI is not going anywhere.

                Hope what u r saying is true .

                ..............btw, what is happening in Mumbai is not relevant to GGN . Also, currently, Mumbai has Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport . Navi Mumbai International Airport & others r being planned to decongest this one ( yes, they r currently stuck at some stage or the other ). So, nothing is happening is a misnomer here .
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                • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                  Ground Access for IGI Airport, Delhi: Planning and Challenges

                  Something relevant to the discussions -


                  http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/41167%28398%2936



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

                    Site cleared for cargo airport in Haryana

                    Originally posted by MANOJa View Post
                    I suppose this is an Cargo Airport ( but the News article doesn't seem to suggest that . What i had posted clearly said that this is going to be a Cargo Airport ) .



                    If this airport in Neemrana turns out to an International Airport, we could see IGI turning into a Domestic Airport or maybe a Cargo one ( at the worst ), one day .
                    GURGAON: The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has conveyed its in-principle consent to the project site of a cargo airport in Haryana after carrying out a preliminary site visit and pre-feasibility study.
                    The application was filed with the Union ministry of civil aviation for site clearance. The ministry of defence has issued the requisite NOC to the ministry of civil aviation and now the case is being processed by the ministry of Civil Aviation, said Haryana chief secretary P K Chaudhery on Saturday.


                    A site measuring 2,700 acres has been identified for the project in Rohtak. Chaudhery also said that the Mass Rapid Transit System from Gurgaon to Bawal would be implemented through an SPV, to be floated jointly by Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation, an agency of the state government and (Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor) DMIC Trust/DMICDC.
                    Besides, the concept master plan of Manesar-Bawal investment region has been finalized and the state government has accorded administrative approval to the concept master plan.

                    The chief secretary said that the Ministry of Railways is developing a dedicated freight corridor between Delhi and Mumbai covering a length of 1,483km. In order to tap the opportunities likely to be generated by the freight corridor, a band of 150km on both sides is being developed as Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) covering the states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra.

                    The DMIC Sub-Region in Haryana covers about 29,362 square km area, which accounts for about 66.4% of the total area of the state. Apart from four nodes, that is the investment regions at Manesar-Bawal and Kundli-Sonipat and industrial regions at Faridabad-Palwal and Rewari-Hissar, early bird projects have also been identified. These included an exhibition-cum-convention centre in Gurgaon district, Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) between Gurgaon-Manesar-Bawal, and Integrated Multimodal Logistics Hub at Bawal in Rewari district.

                    DMIC Consultants has submitted pre-feasibility reports for the early bird projects and these would be implemented through joint venture between HSIIDC and DMIC Trust/DMICDC.

                    Pre-feasibility studies for three projects in Manesar Bawal investment region that is health-cum-education hub, multimodal passenger hub and affordable low-cost housing project are also under way.


                    Site cleared for cargo airport in Haryana - Times Of India



                    AAI gives in-principle nod to Haryana’s proposed cargo airport

                    In a boost to Haryana government's plan to set up a cargo airport in the NCR sub-region, Airports Authority of India (AAI) has conveyed its in-principle consent to the project site.

                    The approval was given after carrying out preliminary site visit and pre-feasibility study, Haryana chief secretary PK Chaudhery said here on Saturday.

                    The application was filed with the Union ministry of civil aviation for site clearance and the defence ministry has issued the requisite 'no objection certificate' (NOC) and the case is now being processed by it, he said.
                    The railways ministry is developing a dedicated freight corridor between Delhi and Mumbai covering a length of 1,483 kilometres covering six states.

                    The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Sub-Region in Haryana covers about 29,362 square kilometres, which accounts for about 66.4 per cent of the total area of the state.

                    Apart from four investment regions at Manesar-Bawal and Kundli-Sonipat and industrial regions at Faridabad-Palwal and Rewari-Hissar, early bird projects have also been identified.

                    AAI gives in-principle nod to Haryana’s proposed cargo airport - Indian Express
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                    • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                      Rohtak? Did I hear right?

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