Brief History · Notified Villages · Preparation of Master Plan · Outline . PDF icon Greater Noida Master Plan (Revision), KB. Creation of SubͲRegional Area Development Authority for planned Development of the urban and rural areas of UP .. Figure 8r3 Proposal Map of Greater Noida Recreational Hub. Ext. to Ghaziabad Bus terminal (Phase III). kms. 2. GNIDA. Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority. GT&TC . Recommendations of XII plan Working group & Parliamentary Standing Committee. 7. Figure 3: Location map. .. 2 Nashik/PDF/ Area, Salarpur Khushkheda Ext area by RIICO.

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Thereafter, on 4th, September, , Greater Noida Authority was invited to present its Master Plan before the Planning Committee, NCRPB. Figure Project site and Greater Noida Master Plan. Figure Land ownership details on revenue map. Greater NOIDA Industrial Development Authority. Ha. Hectares. ICT .. each, and starting from FY (details are provided in Table E and Table E). Harduaganj Ext U-5,6. A-2, Bulland House, Khanpur Ext., Delhi 15 Address for Map showing location of the proposed project is shown in Figure Key Plan & Site Master Plan of Greater Noida Development Authority, is enclosed as Annexure-I.

NCR Planning Cell, Uttar Pradesh i Index of Annexure Annexure 1-1 ...

The court observed: "However, it may be open for the authority to take a decision as to what proportion of additional compensation be asked to be paid by the allottees. Also, those petitioners who have not yet been paid the compensation may be paid the same as well as additional compensation as ordered. The payment of additional compensation shall be without any prejudice to rights of land owners under Section 18 of the Act.

Greater Noida and its allottees were further directed not to undertake any development work and implement Master Plan till observations and directions of NCRPB were incorporated in the Master Plan The conclusions drawn by the court: 1. The Writ Petition No. State of U. Group 38 relating to village Yusufpur Chak Sahberi is allowed. Notifications dated The notification dated The petitioners shall be entitled to restoration of their land.

All other writ petitions except as mentioned above at 1 and 2 are disposed of with following directions: a The petitioners shall be entitled for payment of additional compensation to the extent of same ratio i. It may be open for Authority to take a decision as to what proportion of additional compensation be asked to be paid by allottees.

Those petitioners who have not yet been paid compensation may be paid the compensation as well as additional compensation as ordered above. The payment of additional compensation shall be without any prejudice to rights of land owners under section 18 of the Act, if any. We make it clear that this direction shall not be applicable in those cases where the development is being carried on in accordance with the earlier Master Plan of the Greater NOIDA duly approved by the National Capital Regional Planning Board.

We direct the Chief Secretary of the State to appoint officers not below the level of Principal Secretary except the officers of Industrial Development Department who have dealt with the relevant files to conduct a thorough inquiry regarding the acts of Greater Noida a in proceeding to implement Master Plan without approval of N. Board, b decisions taken to change the land use, c allotment made to the builders and d indiscriminate proposals for acquisition of land, and thereafter the State Government shall take appropriate action in the matter.

Land acquisition has been cancelled in the villages of Deola, Shahberi and Asadallapur by the court. The order was passed by a specially-constituted three-judge bench comprising justices Ashok Bhushan, S U Khan and V K Shukla on the writ petition of farmers from more than a dozen villages in the district who have challenged the acquisition of more than hectares of land by the state government.

Passing its verdict, the high court said: "No new construction will be allowed on the land until master plan comes into effect.

The Noida Extension area is spread over 4, acres and estimated 2. Out of this, about one lakh units have already been sold by builders. Privately developed colonies. Residential areas developed by the DDA including group hosing schemes. Urbanized villages. The South Central Mehrauli Ridge which is a conservation area falls in the hierarchy of Regional parks, Besides, large District parks, it has two city forests at Hauz Khas and Jahapanah.

This zone has major public and semi-public facilities, both health and education. Some of these health and educational facilities are of national importance.

The public and semi public facilities located in planned and developed area in this zone caters to the population of other zones. The Zonal Development Plan indicates the actual as well as proposed use zones designated in the 9 land use categories stated in the Master Plan. According to which the area in the zone is to be finally developed. Based on the availability of infrastructure services by the respective departments, the urbanisable areas will be opened up for development in a phased manner to meet with the needs of urbanization envisaged in the Master Plan The hierarchy of Urban Development indicated in the Zonal Development plan is to be in conformity with table 3.

This shall be related with: i ii iii iv v vi Residential development types and their potential for higher absorption. Redensification of housing areas developed at lower densities and along selected sections of the metro corridor. Redevelopment areas should be identified by the concerned agencies and special redevelopment schemes should be prepared for implementation with in a stipulated time frame work.

Augmentation and rationalization of infrastructure physical and social.

Increase in transportation network capacity. Mohan Co-operative Industrial Area.


District Courts. Delhi University South Campus. Government Offices. Most of these were developed by the co-operative House Building societies on the lands allotted by the Delhi Govt.

Such colonies have recreational, shopping and other facilities. Keeping in view the significance of these residential pockets, further development should be regulated within the parameter of MPD to maintain and enhance their character. The largest govt. Puram was developed at a comparatively low density.

There are several other govt. Besides the govt. These colonies were developed at a low density proposed for redensification of such pocket based on a comprehensive urban design scheme and providing required facilities as per the prevailing norms. Comprehensive schemes should be prepared by the concerned and using implementing agency for redevelopment of old housing areas.

No piecemeal approach without an urban design scheme is to be adopted. These have become very congested, mainly due to nonresidential activities in the residential premises. It is therefore, necessary that for certain pockets where there is a heavy congestion, urban renewal schemes be prepared and required infrastructure be provided by the local body. The socioeconomic changes in these villages have been substantial. The redevelopment plans should ensure that the permissibility of mixed use zoning at property or within the premise level is compatible to the predominant residential areas.

Village Redevelopment Schemes must be prepared for villages for development and up gradation. Regulations of unauthorised colonies is a continuing process and is subject to the Government guidelines approved from time to time. The tentative list of the unauthorised colonies falling in Zone F has been annexed to this plan.

As in the case of village abadis, the land use of the finally approved unauthorised colonies located in any use zone, at any point of time, within the boundaries specified by the competent authority would be Residential Annexure C.

List of the mixed use streets falling in Zone F is at Annexure D. Most of the resettlement colonies have been provided with essential services, but the immediate need is of individual services i.

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Water, Sewerage and Electricity. Table No. The standards prescribed by the Population control Authorities would have to be met by all industrial units, in addition to specific conditions in terms of number of workers and power load in specified categories.

Industries listed under prohibited category shall not be permitted to be set up in Delhi.


The existing industrial units under prohibited category need to relocate themselves outside Delhi, within a period of three years. The redevelopment schemes cover the following aspects: i Modernization and upgradation of existing planned industrial areas; and ii Redevelopment of area, which have become industrialised over the period of the two Master Plans even though not designated as such. These industrialised areas were developed in the 70s and over the years, have deteriorated considerably in terms of physical infrastructure and in some cases deficiencies on this score have persisted in an overall sense.

Besides, there have been changes in the nature of activities in some of the areas and there have also been demands for using part of the plots for activities, which could be classified as commercial.

Since most of the industrial areas are located along the Mass Public Transport Corridors, there is also a need for optimizing the use around these areas through the process of redevelopment. This process of up gradation and redevelopment will need to be carried out in a planned manner, and in public-private partnership framework, in which the entrepreneurs contribute to the betterment and subsequent maintenance through suitable Operation and Maintenance arrangements.The court ruled that affected farmers of Deola 40 petitions , Yousufpur Chak Shahberi 38 petitions and Asadullahpur villages 42 were entitled to restoration of their land, subject to the return of any compensation they have already received.

The Plan envisaged a population of 41, for the horizon year within an estimated area of ha. This is evident from the type and number of industries located in the city and its hinterland, investment and employment generation etc. HRD experts. Since most of the industrial areas are located along the Mass Public Transport Corridors, there is also a need for optimizing the use around these areas through the process of redevelopment.

Keeping in view the significance of these residential pockets, further development should be regulated within the parameter of MPD to maintain and enhance their character.

Without effective implementation and proper vision, the city is experiencing a haphazard growth.

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