Delhi Pollution:- Delhi ceiling to boost industrial real estate in Gurgaon Or near Delhi
Delhi is the most polluted city of India. In fact, it is one of the most polluted cities of the world. Winter is the worst time when pollution levels reach the highest in Delhi.
One of the main reasons for such high levels during winters is that the pollution settles down during winters. Farmers burn their heaps of crops during winters as there is no other way to dispose the waste. This leads to all the smoke and pollution coming towards Delhi and surrounding areas. This is also one of the key reasons for pollution in Delhi.
Adding to all of this is the pollution from industrial areas and vehicular pollution.
As a measure to drastically reduce Delhi‘s pollution, the government is trying to move away all factories outside Delhi. This will reduce pollution in central Delhi. The Supreme court has put forth strict laws to curb pollution in Delhi. Several industries have been ordered to shut down.
Let us understand this problem in detail.
There are 24 hubs in Delhi which are officially notified as industrial areas. These are namely Karawal Nagar, Jhilmil, Patparganj, Friends Colony, Mandoli, Keshopur, Wazirpur, Narela, Okhla, Mayapuri, Bawana, Mohan Cooperative, Jawahar Nagar. Only these are officially allowed to put up factories. Rest of the areas are illegal.
The Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation are in charge of managing industrial real estate in Delhi.
The municipal corporation has identified and ordered closing down of illegal factory clusters. These are mainly involved in welding, engineering, furniture manufacturing, denim, plywood, cardboard, and more.
The Delhi government has become very strict about illegal factories and are aggressively shutting down all illegal activities and factories.
The National Green Tribunal ordered the Delhi government to shut down 4,774 industrial units running in residential areas. Such areas include Najafgarh , Kirti Nagar, Ramesh Nagar, Moti Nagar, and Mansarovar Garden, all in west Delhi; Jangpura, Ashram, Maharani Bagh, Bhogal, and Mahipalpur in south Delhi; Shastri Nagar, Kailash Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Jheel, Jafrabad and Shahdara in east Delhi; and Malkaganj, Lal Kuan Ballimaran, Chandni Chowk, Sadar Bazar, and Kashmere Gate in north Delhi.
Rohtak Road, Karol Bagh, Patel Nagar, Rajinder Nagar, Anand Parbat, Old Rajinder Nagar in central Delhi; GT Road, Babarpur Shahdara, and Vishwas Nagar in northeast Delhi; and Burari and Jagatpuri in northwest Delhi,”
These factory owners have no choice but to move to other areas. The only option they have is areas around Delhi.
Some of these upcoming areas include:
Jhandewallan Flatted Factory,
Shahzada Bagh Indl. Area,
Rajasthan Udyog Nagar G.T. K Road
SMA Co-op. Indl. Estate G.T. K Road
SSI Indl. Area G.T.K road
G.T. Karnal Road Indl. Area
Okhla Indl. Area Ph.I, II & III,
Mohan Co-op Indl. Area
Najafgarh Road Indl. Area
DLF & Kirti Nagar Indl. Area
Tilak Nagar Indl. Area
Wazirpur Industrial Area
Bawana Indl. Estate,
Gurgaon and areas surrounding Delhi have been developing over the years.
- These industrial areas have excellent infrastructure and transport facilities. The roads are rocky and sturdy, which are ideal for heavy machines and trucks to operate.
- The land is very fertile and flat, which is good for industry.
- The land is at a higher level than the sea and hence avoids water clogging during rainy season.
- Clean and hydraulic water is available and surrounding areas have less pollution.
- It is highly suitable logistically.
- Approved by Haryana government
- Skilled Work force available
- There is high FDI inflow in this area and many MNC s have invested in these schemes
Once such industrial estate near Delhi includes Reliance MET. The industrial township comprises of 8250 acres, and benefits such as Special Economic Zones, domestic tariff advantages, industrial parks with support infrastructure, social and logistics infrastructure, residential, recreational, commercial and institutional development.
The excellent location is such that the Delhi /Gurgaon border connects with National Highways- NH2, NH8, NH71, and NH 10 in NCR and Delhi region. It connects with 30 revenue villages in Jhajjar and Gurgaon.
More industrial estates will come up. Gradually, the industries will move from proper Delhi to surrounding areas such as Gurgaon.
The Delhi ceiling will boost real estate and specially real estate in Gurgaon.
Delhi ceiling to boost industrial real estate in Gurgaon Or near Delhi, Delhi ceiling to boost industrial real estate in Gurgaon Or near Delhi