New residential, other sectors in Gurgaon
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Seven new residential sectors, three small commercial belts and two industrial sectors would come up at Gurgaon under a Draft Development Plan for Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex-2031 approved today.
The state-level committee of Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda here, approved the plan, an official spokesman said here.
It was informed in the meeting that the plan has been prepared for a projected population of 42.35 lakh by 2031.
As per the plan, the land use of about 1,179 hectares on the western side of Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway had been changed from industrial to agriculture zone, with prohibition on grant of any Change of Land Use (CLU) permission or of licence as per the decision of Cabinet Sub-Committee on Infrastructure.
It was also informed that under the plan, seven new residential sectors, three small commercial belts and two industrial sectors would come up at Gurgaon, he said.
Besides, public, semi-public and open space zones have also been earmarked.
The Chief Minister was apprised of the plan to set up a university in Sector 68, Gurgaon, where 215 hectares had been earmarked for this purpose.
Similarly, in Sector 68, about 50 hectares of land had been added with assigned density of 1,125 persons per hectare for providing affordable housing to Lower Income Group and Middle Income Group population.
An area measuring 50 hectares near village Dhankot had been reserved for dairy farming and 'Gaushala' wherein all the existing dairies in the city would be shifted.
The peripheral road of sectors 63-A and 67-A has been extended from Sohna Road up to National Highway-8. The existing Sohna-Gurgaon Road would be widened to 60 metre with 50 metre wide green belt on either side.
Hooda said there was an urgent need to put in place a mechanism for recycling water as it could be used for construction purposes.
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