Managing director of Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) Vikas Gupta told the media that the Haryana government would auction about a 150-acre land parcel in Gurgaon in pursuit of its plan to infuse Rs 4,800 crore in developing infrastructure for a global city.
Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar held a series of talks with developers from NCR Bangalore and Mumbai to help create the city in Gurgaon on the total 1,003-acre land it identified on Dwarka Expressway.
The CM is actively involved in the development of the world-class city and the first phase is likely to begin in July. The state government will also start work on infrastructure which will have road and metro connectivity and a helipad among others Gupta said.
The Haryana government is planning to conduct a similar stakeholder meeting in Dubai.
The upcoming city will be near a multi-modal logistic park and a special emphasis will be on sustainability and environment-friendly standards. The land available will be mixed-use and there will be both commercial and residential growth to follow the walk-to-work concept said Gupta.
Earlier the Haryana chief minister had said that although Gurugram in Haryana has become a centre of attraction for investors from across the globe more and more investors would come forward after the global city construction.
Max Ventures and Industries Limited MD & CEO Sahil Vachani told the media that the company lauds the government of Haryana's exemplary vision to create 1000 plus acres in a planned format to develop a futuristic and iconic global city and their novel initiative to invite participation and inputs from major players in the industry including Max Estates.