If South Delhi is seen as a rich man's abode, North Delhi an industrial hub, East Delhi a residential mainstay and Centre the retailer's paradise, West Delhi has them all. Punjabi Bagh bungalows have Audis and S-Class Mercedes parked cosily inside; Rajouri Garden has shopping malls packed beyond capacity; Naraina or Mayapuri have industrial pockets flourishing with unmatched prowess and Karol Bagh passes off as a hybrid of Palika Bazaar, Nehru Place and Gandhi Nagar.
And there is more to come. West Delhi will be the centre of industrial and infrastructural development activities in the next 10 years or so. Going by the development plans slated for the national capital in the next decade, most of the industrial growth and development will be happening in West Delhi. In the Delhi Development Authority's Master Plan for 2021 from the 60,000 hectares - slated for the development of new sub-cities in Delhi - about 40,000 hectares lie in West Delhi. Moreover, of the total 29 industrial estates notified by the Delhi government, eight of them are in West Delhi, second only to northern Delhi that has 12.
The last few years have been quite good for Delhi as a whole but the coming years will be better specifically for West Delhi.
Rising costs of land and its scarcity in Delhi for commercial spaces was one reason why investors were forced to choose NCR. However, according to Rajneesh Goenka, chairman, Delhi & NCR committee, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries, West Delhi holds an edge over other parts of Delhi.
Spaces for commercial activity in South, West and North Delhi have all been occupied. If there are some, then they are not affordable. And West Delhi has comparatively cheaper land, availability of cheap labour from rural areas and the bordering Haryana, with an average infrastructure.
More than Rs 5,000 crore are being pumped in West Delhi's rural backdoors in Baprola village near Najafgarh-Nangloi road and Rani Khera area near Mundka that will shift a chunk of economic activity from other parts of Delhito the West. DSIIDC is developing a 77.50 acre Knowledge Based Industry (KBI) park at Baprola in West Delhiat a cost of Rs 2,000 crore. This would create direct employment for about 85,000 people.
At Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, DSIIDC is developing a multi-level manufacturing hub in 147 acre worth Rs 3,098 crore. Both of these projects are expected to complete by 2016. DSIIDC have been informally approached by Nasscom, Infosys and Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) to set-up offices in these parks. To improve connectivity the DSIIDC has suggested an elevated corridor from West Delhito other parts of the city. And the industrial body is now developing housing facilities for skilled and unskilled workers inside these projects. The Delhigovernment hopes to attract investments worth Rs 70,000 crore and generate employment opportunities for nearly three lakh people with these projects.
Attractions of the N-Zone:
üWell connected by Metro network. Mundaka Metro line to be extended to Bahadurgarh and Rithala Line to be extended to Bawana.
ü1000 acres upcoming Industrial area Bawana phase-II, for which land has been acquired.
üUpcoming All India Institute of Medical sciences (AIIMS) in 17 acres.
üSituated at upcoming 100 mts Urban Expressway-II (3rd Outer Ring Road)
üNew townships coming in Ranikhera and Khanjhawala in 146 acre and 200 acre respectively.
üAt Rani Khera, opposite Mundka, DSIIDC is developing a multi-level manufacturing hub in 147 acre worth Rs 3,098 crore.
üWest Delhihas comparatively cheaper land, availability of cheap labour from rural areas and the bordering Haryana, with an average infrastructure.
üMetro's Phase-III has a larger presence in West Delhi
We are consolidating R-Zone land in this part of Delhi and can offer land parcels of 1 acre to 100 acres.
All deals eligible for proper REGISTERED Sale-Deed and MUTATION in your name.
We also offer Green-Belt land suitable for Farm Houses. (Farm Houses to be allowed in 1 acre land). Land chunks of 1 acre and above available.
Rates will shoot up once the implementation of the Master Plan begins.
Contact us immediately.