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  • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

    Democracy in forum ( And society )
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    Earnest request , Kindly do not abuse any distinguish member .
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    • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

      Layouts, sanctioning, construction and final safety approvals to build Airport will take 5-10 years. And even before that land acquisition for Airport alone will take a long time.

      In BEST case scenario, Jewar Airport will only be ready by 2027.

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        Visited the site today, things seem to be picking up. I just hope it continues and we finally get our flats. I almost got pessimistic by reading this thread and comments made by some members. On a different note, a friend of mine is looking for a GC Flat. Any suggestions on price and resale would be highly appreciated.

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          http://m.timesofindia.com/city/delhi...w/59304547.cms

          CLOSE GET APP In 5 years, you could be flying from NCR’s second airport Vandana Keelor | TNN | Jun 25, 2017, 01.04AM IST Reuters file photo HIGHLIGHTS

          • The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority has notified 3,000 hectares in Jewar for the airport
          • The target is to have a capacity to handle 30-50 million passengers a year
          • Jewar airport is also targeting to reduce the pressure on Delhi airport
          GREATER NOIDA/NEW DELHI: The National Capital Region could get its second airport, in Jewar, in five years. "In principle clearance has been granted," civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said at a press conference on Saturday, paving the way for acquiring 1,000 hectares (around 2,500 acres) for the first phase. The airport could be ready by 2022, minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha told TOI.

          The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) has notified 3,000 hectares in Jewar for the airport, with the first phase estimated to cost around Rs 10,000 crore.

          This will include one runway, a terminal and other infrastructure, with the airport to be connected by road, rail and through a Metro link, Sinha said, adding that connectivity with Meerut and other parts of the state will be upgraded. The plan is to add three more runways with the total cost estimated between Rs 15,000 crore and Rs 20,000 crore.

          The target is to have a capacity to handle 30-50 million passengers a year, compared with the 45 million passenger trips annually clocked at the current Mumbai airport and 25 million in Bengaluru. "Noida is emerging as an electronics hub and is already home to companies such as Samsung.
          YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEThe new airport will improve connectivity with Shenzhen (China), the current global hub for the sector, and South Korea. In addition, Apart from connecting western Uttar Pradesh, the Jewar airport is also targeting to reduce the pressure on Delhi airport, where capacity is expected to saturate given the 15% annual rise in passenger traffic.

          From the current level of 62 million passengers per annum (MPPA), it is expected to reach 91 MPPA by 2020 and 109 MPPA by 2024. Plans are afoot to expand capacity with some airlines expected to move to Terminal 2 from October, along with the construction of a new Terminal 4 and renovation of the existing Terminal 1.

          Sinha said Delhi International Airport Ltd will have the first right of refusal to build the new facility in Jewar following a bidding process.

          It will be eligible to match the highest bid if its offer is within 10% of the bid.

          DIAL, however, did not comment on the development. UP government officials said the concessionaire for the airport project, which has been named as Noida International Airport, is likely to be finalised by 2019.

          According to YEIDA officials, site clearance is the first step for the airport project. "The site clearance has come on the basis of the obstacle limitation survey which was conducted by RITES, a government enterprise, and completed on May 30, 2017," said UP government's director for civil aviation Devendra Swarup.

          YEIDA chairman Prabhat Kumar said the process of acquiring land from farmers will start soon as environmental clearance has already been obtained. "Although YEIDA has reserved 5,000 hectares for the project, we have notified 3,000 hectares of land for the project.

          However, once a techno-feasibility study is done, a projection of predicted passenger traffic will determine how much area will be used for the airport. The plan will be to accommodate passenger traffic for the next 50-100 years," Kumar

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          • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

            Originally posted by NCRguru View Post
            Visited the site today, things seem to be picking up. I just hope it continues and we finally get our flats. I almost got pessimistic by reading this thread and comments made by some members. On a different note, a friend of mine is looking for a GC Flat. Any suggestions on price and resale would be highly appreciated.
            Can you provide a few details like which towers you visited and what changes you saw in labour mobilisation (if any)

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            • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

              Originally posted by Bharatiya View Post
              Layouts, sanctioning, construction and final safety approvals to build Airport will take 5-10 years. And even before that land acquisition for Airport alone will take a long time.

              In BEST case scenario, Jewar Airport will only be ready by 2027.
              Agree. I don't think the infrastructure was a major issue in any case. I think it's just an intent + ability issue. Intent is suspicious, and ability is very limited if not zero.
              Deliveryof my flat has been promised in the Oct-Nov time range. No external factors can help jp finish this.

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              • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

                Sirji airport can surprise many, if govt. Start work and all clearance done , i think land was already under them, i dont know but if one see last 3 big projects in u.p, the speed of work is very fast and record, so govt. Has to do same speed
                Lucknow expressway, lucknow metro, greater noida metro, will done super fast speed
                So dont be surprise if airport ready in next 4 years before next u.p elections and inaugurated

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                • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

                  This news can open a can of worms for those who benefited from land acquisitions by past UP government :

                  http://m.timesofindia.com/city/noida...w/59293032.cms

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                    Hahaha

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                      http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/...le19143093.ece


                      Centre gives wings to international airport in Jewar
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                      Special Correspondent
                      New Delhi, June 25, 2017 00:07 IST
                      Updated: June 25, 2017 10:16 IST
                      Noida International Airport likely to be operational within six years, will be built to handle 30-50 million passengers per year

                      A second airport in the National Capital Region (NCR) will become a reality in the next five years as the Centre gave its nod to develop a “world class” international airport in Greater Noida’s Jewar region in UttarPradesh.

                      The clearance for the long-pending airport project was given by the Ministry of Civil Aviation’s Steering Committee, which met on Friday. The panel gave its nod after taking inputs from the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the Defence Ministry, the Finance Ministry and the NITI Aayog.
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                      The Noida International Airport will be built to handle 30-50 million passengers per year over the next decade, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said.

                      The airport is aimed at easing the burden on Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), which is expected to reach its peak capacity of handling 109 million passengers in the next seven years.

                      The new airport for Delhi-NCR will be at par with the Mumbai airport, which handles around 45 million passengers annually at present. The airport will be built in two phases, with the first phase expected to be operational “in five-six years,” Civil Aviation Secretary R. N. Choubey said.

                      The first phase of the new airport will see flight operations from one runway and one terminal with a potential to handle around 20-25 million passengers.
                      Flight Path

                      2002: The Mayawati government proposes setting up of a greenfield airport at Jewar
                      2004-2009: The Union Cabinet, under the then UPA government, refers the proposal to a Group of Ministers. The proposal is put on the back burner
                      2012: The Akhilesh Yadav government scraps the plan and proposes a new airport site between Agra and Mathura
                      2016: The UP government revives the plan and sends a formal proposal for site clearance to the proposed ‘Noida International Airport’ at Jewar
                      2017: The Yogi Adityanath government asks for fresh technical evaluation report on Jewar airport

                      “The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority [the nodal agency for the new airport] has notified an area of 3,000 hectares. The first phase will be developed on 1,000 hectares. We expect an investment of ₹ 15,000-₹ 20,000 crore investment,” Mr. Raju said.

                      The airport will be built on a public-private partnership model with the GMR-led Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), which currently operates IGIA, getting the Right of First Refusal (RoFR) at the time of bidding for the Noida International Airport, the Minister added.

                      According to the Operation Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) that GMR signed with its IGIA partner, AAI, the former will have the RoFR in case an airport is built within 150 km of the existing one. In the case of the Navi Mumbai airport, the GVK-led Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), which won the bid to run the airport, also had a RoFR due to an existing airport at Mumbai.

                      Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said the new airport at Jewar will be “like an aerotropoliswith an airport at the centre and a whole host of economic activities clustered around it”.

                      “It will become a hub for the ************** industry, the education sector, tourism, and also for electronic manufacturing. Samsung and others are already building their manufacturing facility very close to this area. This airport will provide a massive boost to economic activity to the NCR and in western UP,” Mr.Sinha added.

                      He said the new airport will also provide seamless domestic and international connectivity to western U.P. with Noida, Agra, Mathura, Meerut, Vrindavan, Moradabad and Bulandshahr likely to serve as the catchment area for the airport.

                      In the meeting, the U.P. government assured that it will provide multi-modal transport connectivity to the new airport by extending metro rail connectivity from Greater Noida to Jewar, Mr. Choubey said.

                      After the Centre’s nod, the onus will be on the U.P. government to prepare a techno-economic feasibility report for the project within a year, and acquire land for it.

                      “During the meeting, representatives of the U.P. government have confirmed to us that farmers are quite willing to provide land for airport development on a negotiated settlement basis, so there may not be any need for forcible land acquisition,” Mr. Choubey said.

                      He said that the land parcel identified by the U.P. government is mainly agricultural land, so rehabilitation will not be a major issue since it is not inhabited land.


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