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  • Originally Posted by NCRguru
    Was hoping to get some construction status in wishtown, par yahan to ek se ek bade pandit baithe hain gyaan dene ke liye..haha. @Truenity , sir you seem to be very knowledgeable and your predictions are only second to Nostradamus. Slow claps for you. May you please enlighten less wiser souls like us on status of other builders like Amrapali and others or are you just an expert on Jaypee? Pardon my folly and ignorance since I am invested in both Jaypee and Amrapali dream Valley.


    From what I have heard, Amprapali is also a third rate builder like JP. I don't have information about their financials, but I won't be surprised if Amprapali investors face the same fate as those of JP and Unitech.
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    • aONEinvestor11 months ago
      "Heard"...... But earlier u commented u don't listen😀😀😀😀😀
  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    The jt president and company secretary of JP Associates sent an official letter to BSE and NSE on June 30 that JP has continued to default on debentures listed in these exchanges. Do you know more about JP's financial situation than him ?




    Ur problem is u don't listen
    These payments will be made out of total money received from the deal after paying 12000cr of loan attached to the assets sold which will materialize in next 3-4*days........ Go n listen that interview again.

    Further it shows ur double face.... One official statement of default u believe n other official statement showing मैनेजमेंट commitment to real estate development उ don't believe.... Stop living in make believe world😀😀😀😀😀
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    The jt president and company secretary of JP Associates sent an official letter to BSE and NSE on June 30 that JP has continued to default on debentures listed in these exchanges. Do you know more about JP's financial situation than him ?




    Ur don't listen but u can read I believe😀😀
    Now read

    Q: What next for the JP Group because you have seen a lot of bad times, you have seen a lot of debt restructuring. What is the current situation now in terms of your balance sheet and going forward what are the next steps?

    A: As already reported and as indicated by you in your opening remarks, we have been able to conclude this transaction. This transaction underlines many facets of this organisation, assets have been world-class. The organisation built the assets which drew attraction from a prestigious companies like UltraTech Cement. It has been a complex transaction but it could only be concluded because of very high trust level between both the organisations and the quality of assets. I am very thankful to all the banks, all the people, various state governments because this is the first transaction after Mines and Mineral Development and Regulation (MMDR) Act came into existence which was modified also and all the formalities were completed and transaction got consummated yesterday.

    It was done because the organisation is determined that we have to redeem the credibility of this organisation and what many people do not know, I have no hesitation in admitting that it has been a tough phase for the organisation. We grew, we expanded but we believed in infrastructure story of the country; in power, in roads and of course the traction came, economy did not go as per the expectation.

    It has impacted everybody including banks but the crux of the entire transaction vis-à-vis JP that there is a company which honestly tried to restructure its debt even if that meant parting of very-very precious assets but the credibility is more important. There is an issue of large FD holders of 88,000 and everything will get paid in next three-four days. So the organisation now is much trimmer, definitely have shrunk in the size but financial are going to be stronger.
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity


    From what I have heard, Amprapali is also a third rate builder like JP. I don't have information about their financials, but I won't be surprised if Amprapali investors face the same fate as those of JP and Unitech.


    N do clarify ur interest in any of the builder???
    Or अनजाने की शादी में बेगाना दीवाना 😀😀😀😀😀
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  • It seems this thread has become a free advertising platform for JP and its promoters. I wish they had at least hired someone who did not write in broken pidgin English, so that people could at least understand what was being said.
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  • Greater Noida: UP government assures Rs2,000 crore for airport land YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly...










      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.(HT File Photo for representation)

      Updated: Jul 01, 2017 22:40 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the chairman of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) of soon releasing Rs2,000 crore to acquire land for an international airport in Jewar along Yamuna Expressway.

      Chairman Dr Prabhat Kumar met with the top officials of the Uttar Pradesh government at the industrial development department office in Lucknow on Thursday.

      “The state government wants to fast-track work on the airport project. The government will start releasing Rs2,000 crore right after the state budget is decided. The date for the UP budget is not final but we expect that the funds for the airport project will be released soon,” said Kumar.

      YEIDA will play a crucial role in the airport project as it is tasked with acquiring farmers’ land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019. It needs around Rs2,000 crore to acquire nearly 1,000 hectares in the first phase. YEIDA has already identified 5,000 hectares for the entire project.

      “We will easily get the environmental clearance for the airport project because unlike Mumbai (Navi), there is no hill to be levelled to develop a runway. Developing a runway will be a much easier a job as the area is located among the plains along Yamuna Expressway,” said Kumar.

      The UP government is also expected to appoint a PCS official and a dedicated tehsildar, who will be tasked with acquiring land.
      “We are studying the obstacle limitation survey to identify villages that need to be shifted. There is one canal flowing through the land earmarked for the project. After a detailed study, we will sit together with civil aviation experts and identify the stretch. If the canal does not come in the way of the runway, we will not have to shift the same,” said Kumar.

      “We need to study whether we can let it flow as it is, if it gives an aesthetic look and does not affect the airport project in any manner,” said Kumar.



      The YEIDA will also acquire land for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility near the airport site. “The MRO project has been already been discussed with the Union civil aviation ministry experts in Delhi. We will acquire land for this project too,” said Kumar.
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  • I can do one thing.... Laugh😀😀😀😀
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  • So what will Airport do for Jayoee/ Noida RE in short term ??
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  • Originally Posted by Magadh_Pride
    So what will Airport do for Jayoee/ Noida RE in short term ??
    Noida & Gr Noida's property markets to get a boost from Jewar airport An international airport with a capacity to handle 30-50 million passengers per year will come up at Jewar in Greater Noida in the next 5-6 years to ease the load on Delhi's IGI airport, the government announced on SaturdaPTI | June 25, 2017, 08:47 IST VIEW IN APP

    NEW DELHI: Realtors on Saturday hailed the government's decision to set up an international airport at Jewar in Greater Noida, saying it will lead to increased economic activity in the area and benefit property market.

    An international airport with a capacity to handle 30-50 million passengers per year will come up at Jewar in Greater Noida in the next 5-6 years to ease the load on Delhi's IGI airport, the government announced on Saturday.

    "We welcome this decision. It was much awaited. A new airport in Jewar will increase economic activity in this area. There will be huge job generation," CREDAI Chairman Getamber Anand told .

    He said warehousing sector will get a major boost.

    Anand said the decision will improve the sentiments of property markets of Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway.

    The real estate market, especially Delhi-NCR, is facing a multi-year slowdown leading to a huge delay in project completion. In Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway, flats are available at an average rate of Rs 3,000-5,500/sqft.

    "There should also be an elevated road connecting the Jewar airport to the national capital," he said.

    Realtors' body NAREDCO President Parveen Jain the new airport at Jewar will boost real estate market in Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway. "There will be an overall development in this area and people will invest in real estate".

    Supertech Chairman R K Arora said it is a good news for the real estate sector.

    "It will generate demand in real estate sector in Yamuna Expressway and Greater Noida area prominently," he added.

    Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju announced that "in-principle clearance has been granted" for the greenfield airport at Jewar.

    The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority has notified 3,000 hectares of land in Jewar for a "world- class" international airport, Raju added.

    The government expects the entire project to cost Rs 15,000-20,000 crore.

    The metro service in Noida is also likely to be extended up to Jewar in order to improve connectivity to the airport.
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  • Insults/Flaming
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  • cases refer to NCLT nothing but a chance to restructure debt...mammoth debt prohibits banks to take harsh decision or write off in books completely... also due to legal implications as individual capacity lenders were reluctant to take haircut or huge sacrifice....moreover bankers have already provisioned approx 50% in its books so accepting huge sacrifice not gonna a big issue........in NCLT decision will be taken by committee of creditors (COC) and no legal proceeding will be initiated any member of COC even if huge waiver is accepted.....all knows selling of assets may take endless time and may not produce desired results...stock may see rally in near future of companies gone to NCLT...its quite sure JP will also come out with new restructure scheme...but further money if pour into system first be used by banks/lenders itself..or prior permission of COC is required to use for construction...delay in construction definitely be there...to safe skin few towers may be delivered but handing over entire project is nothing but bluff...just to buy more time.
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  • Guys, appreciate if i get you can suggest me on buying a One BHK in Jaypee Pavilion Court. I can see on 99 Acres and Magicbricks 1 bhk goes for around 45 Lacs 936 sqft in total.

    Is it an ideal choice to buy in ready to move ?

    Any registry issues ?

    Any other issues like maintenence, high charges, construction quality etc.

    Is the rate ideal ?? or what should be the lowest price.

    Looking to keep as investment and stay when in india, we mostly live out of india.

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  • Originally Posted by Arseman
    Guys, appreciate if i get you can suggest me on buying a One BHK in Jaypee Pavilion Court. I can see on 99 Acres and Magicbricks 1 bhk goes for around 45 Lacs 936 sqft in total.

    Is it an ideal choice to buy in ready to move ?

    Any registry issues ?

    Any other issues like maintenence, high charges, construction quality etc.

    Is the rate ideal ?? or what should be the lowest price.

    Looking to keep as investment and stay when in india, we mostly live out of india.



    If you are doing this investment for long term and have some risk appetite , you can buy 300-500 sq mt plot of Yamuna expressway authority. Rates are close to 10k per sq mt these days, now airport coming and as this zone will pick up eventually it will give return. Take a horizon of 10 years 3-5 times return will come and authority plots are always safe so your investment is in safe hands.

    Gud luck
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  • Originally Posted by kumargaurav


    If you are doing this investment for long term and have some risk appetite , you can buy 300-500 sq mt plot of Yamuna expressway authority. Rates are close to 10k per sq mt these days, now airport coming and as this zone will pick up eventually it will give return. Take a horizon of 10 years 3-5 times return will come and authority plots are always safe so your investment is in safe hands.

    Gud luck


    This is not the time to put money in property that too one 1 bhk in ncr yes if you need for end use then only its fine to put money on this. 45L for 1 BHk is costly in PC where 2 BHK is easily available around 60-62 L
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  • There r enough bearish ppl around us makes me quite positive on the overall return potential of the real estate sector in medium term.

    'Don't follow herd... Be contrary to consensus lead to superlative return "
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