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Dwarka Expressway Gurgaon – Northern Peripheral Road or NH 248-BB, commonly known as Dwarka Expressway is a 27.6 km (17.1 mi) long, under construction, 8-lane, grade-separated expressway connecting Mahipalpur in Delhi to Kherki Daula Toll Plaza, Gurgaon in Haryana. The expressway will take off from km 20 of NH 48 (old NH 8) at Shiv Murti in Mahipalpur in Delhi and terminate at km 40 of NH 48 near Kherki Daula Toll Plaza in Gurgaon in Haryana. The NPR has been planned as an alternate road link between Delhi and Gurgaon and is expected to ease the traffic situation on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway. The expressway was initially planned to be 18 km (11 mi) long and was expected to open by 2012 but land acquisition issues delayed the project.
The entire project, costing ₹7,500 crores was planned in 2006, and the contract was awarded in 2011. Of the original 18 km project, 14 km were completed by 2016. Several more kilometer project routes were added to the scope of the project as an extension. Various parts of the project remained delayed due to land acquisition and tree transplantation hurdles, resulting in the intervention from the Prime Minister’s office in November 2018 to resolve the pending issues. Subsequently, the land for the 10 km section was handed by Haryana and Delhi, AAI and HSVP were in the process of expediting the resolution in December 2018.
One of the causes of the delay was due to NHAI’s need for the land from DDA to transplant 13,000 trees from the route alignment, which in November 2018 Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal agreed to provide after several years of inexplicable delays.
In December, Haryana too handed over the land for the 10 km route to NHAI and was in process of handing over the remaining land for the 4 km route by 31 December 2018. Earlier in January 2018, AAI too had agreed to sell their land to NHAI for the route falling on their land. Put together all of this takes care of the land needed for the entire route from various parties i.e. AAI, DDA, and HSVP.
History The Northern Peripheral Road was envisaged as an alternate route for connecting Dwarka and Gurgaon in 2006.It would have been an 18 km long, signal-free road, with 14 km in Gurgaon and the rest in Delhi. A 3.2 km long Central Peripheral Road (CPR) was planned to connect it to Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) at Kherki Daula on NH-48. Land acquisition started in 2007-08. The construction contract was given to JSR Construction Private Ltd and India Bulls Private Ltd in April 2011 and the completion date was set to be 31 March 2012. The Punjab and Haryana High Court disposed of the petitions in May 2015. In June 2016, the project was acquired by the National Highways Authority of India, and road was renamed National Highway 248-BB. By that time, a 14 km stretch of the expressway with six lanes had been completed. The scope of the project was expanded and the proposed Central Peripheral Road (CPR) and 6.3 km long section of Urban Extension Road-II (EUR II) were included as part of the expressway. But construction couldn’t be started immediately as HUDA was not able to hand over land to NHAI due to the matter of allotment of alternate plots to oustees being heard in Punjab and Haryana High Court. On 28 May 2018, the High Court directed HUDA to allot alternate houses to 72 oustees, holding General Power of Attorney or Special Power of Attorney, within two weeks and thus allowing the authority to demolish the remaining houses and hand over the land to NHAI.
Route and construction
This 29 km long project, 18.9 in Gurugram and 10.1 km in Delhi, is expected to be completed by May 2023. Work on the Haryana portion can commence as of Dec 2018. Delhi has provided the land but has yet to provide the forest clearance as of December 2018. Route alignment and phases/packages of this expressway being built by NHAI are as follows:
Package 1 – in Delhi: Mahipalpur Shiv Murti cloverleaf interchange to Bijwasan railway station underpass:
This stretch will be 5.3 km long starting from Shiv Murti at NH-8 (old numbering, now called NH48) and ending at the approach of the Rail under the Bridge near Sector 21, Dwarka. 3.5 km of this will be a deep tunnel running under the runway, which will cost INR1000 crore. Status in May 2018 – tendering: The tender will be awarded by December 2018 with a target completion date of May 2021.
Package 2 – in Delhi: Bijwasan rail underpass to Delhi-Haryana Border: This 4.2 km long stretch will be between Km 5.3 at the Rail under Bridge and Km 9.5 at the Delhi-Haryana border on the expressway. Package 3 – in Gurugram: Delhi-Haryana Border to approach of Basai railway overbridge: This stretch will be 10.2 km long between Km 9.5 to Km 19.5 of the expressway. The road will pass through Sectors 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111, 112, and 113 in Gurugram. Since this section has the continuous intersection of dwarka expressway proojects sector roads, most of the stretch will be constructed as an elevated dual carriageway of 4 lanes each. The service roads will run beneath the main carriageway and will be elevated at all major junctions. The crossroads will also be depressed with underpasses at all major junctions. It will cost INR 1,333 crore and tenders have been awarded already.
Package 4 – in Gurugram: Basai rail overbridge to Kherki Daula Toll Plaza: This 8.77 km stretch will start from Rail over Bridge at Basai and end at a cloverleaf interchange near Kherki Daula at Km 40 of the NH-48, thus including the route originally planned for the CPR. As per the NHAI website, this eight-lane Expressway (NH-248 BB) will be constructed in EPC Mode at a cost of ₹1,047.007 crores. The 8.76 km stretch will be constructed by M/s Larsen and Toubro Ltd. The project consists of an 8-lane elevated structure for the main carriageway of Dwarka Expressway, Trumpet Interchange for Manesar Road, and Cloverleaf interchange with NH-8-SPR intersection. The completion period of the project is two years (mid-year 2020) with a maintenance period of four years. Under the project, a minor bridge will be widened, additional ROBs, five VUP, and six Bus Bays with Bus Shelters will be erected and four Junction Improvements will be carried out.
Status: Construction commenced in December 2018 after the entire land (9- meters wide and 10.2 km long) was handed over to NHAI by the HSVP in December.
Package 5 – in Delhi: Dwarka Expressway (Mahipalpur Shiv Murti) to IGI Airport T3 Tunnel (also called Delhi Airport Tunnel Expressway): An east-to-west running new 4-lane shallow 1.5 km tunnel costing INR350 crore is being built from north to south as part of Dwarka Expressway to Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport. Vasant Kunj, IIT, Munirka and Mehrauli. It will benefit commuters from Vasant Kunj, IIT Delhi, Munirka, and Mehrauli.
Status in Jan 2018 – land sale agreed: AAI agreed to sell the required land to NHAI at market price. In April 2018, NHAI announced they will award the contract in May 2018 which will be completed within 3 years i.e. May 2021.
DLF – Delhi Land & Finance (DLF Limited) is a commercial real estate developer. It was founded by Chaudhary Raghvendra Singh in 1946 and it is based in New Delhi, India. DLF developed residential colonies in Delhi such as Model Town, Rajouri Garden, Krishna Nagar, South Extension, Greater Kailash, Kailash Colony, and Hauz Khas. DLF builds residential, office, and retail properties.
With the passage of the Delhi Development Act in 1957, the local government assumed control of real estate development in Delhi and banned private real estate developers. As a result, DLF began acquiring land at a relatively low cost outside the area controlled by the Delhi Development Authority, in the district of Gurgaon, in the adjacent state of Haryana. In the mid-1970s, the company started developing its DLF City project at Gurgaon. Its plans included hotels, infrastructure, and special economic zone-related development projects.
The company is headed by Kushal Pal Singh. According to the Forbes listing of richest billionaires in 2020, Kushal Pal Singh is the 494th richest man in the world with a net worth of US$3.6 billion. The company’s US$2 billion IPO in July 2007 was India’s biggest IPO in history. In its first-quarter results for the period ending 30 June 2007, the company reported a turnover of ₹31.2098 billion (US$390 million) and profit after taxes of ₹15.1548 billion (US$190 million).
As of 31 March 2012, the company had 1,380 square feet of leased retail space across the country. In 2013–14, it leased out 3 million sq ft of office space in India.
In August 2011 a penalty of ₹6.3 billion (US$79 million) was imposed on DLF by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) after finding DLF guilty of breaching laws regarding the unfair pricing of goods and services. The complaint was lodged against DLF by buyers in its residential projects Belaire & Park Place, located in Gurgaon. In February 2015, the CCI ordered its investigative arm to probe two more projects of DLF in Gurgaon, namely, DLF Regal Gardens and DLF Skycourt.
History : DLF’s first residential project was Krishna Nagar in East Delhi, which was completed in 1949. Subsequently, the company developed 21 colonies in Delhi, including Model Town, Rajouri Garden, Punjabi Bagh, South Extension, Greater Kailash, Kailash Colony, and Hauz Khas. The passage of the Delhi Development Act in 1957 was the first serious challenge to the company’s growth. The Act meant that the government would assume control of all real estate development activities in the city.
As a result, DLF decided to move beyond Delhi and focused on the suburb of Gurgaon in Haryana. which had the potential for the development of residential and commercial properties. As DLF started acquiring land under Chairman K.P. Singh’s leadership, Gurgaon embarked on a period of rapid growth.
The land purchase program adopted a humane approach so that the sellers do not feel short-changed. To this effect, DLF partnered with farmers so that they also got a share in profits. DLF acquired and created a land bank and then sold plots to buyers after demarcation. The profits from the sales were subsequently shared with farmers, which encouraged more farmers to come forward and partner with DLF.
A ₹58 crore deal was canceled between DLF and Robert Vadra by IAS officer Ashok Khemka.
DLF climbs 4% as realty firm sells 292 luxury homes for Rs 1,800 crore.
Elan ltd is preparing to launch a new masterpiece in Gurgaon real estate market, “Elan The Presidential” in Sector 106 Gurgaon. The project is spread over a total area of 16 acres of land. It has 60% of open space. Elan The Presidential has not disclosed yet the total towers, amenities, and other details. stay connected for more updates.
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Gurgaon, officially named Gurugram (pronunciation: is a city located in the northern Indian state of Haryana. It is situated near the Delhi–Haryana border, about 30 kilometers southwest of the national capital New Delhi and 268 km south of Chandigarh, the state capital. It is one of the major satellite cities of Delhi and is part of the National Capital Region of India. As of 2011, Gurgaon had a population of 1,153,000. Gurgaon is India’s second-largest information technology hub and third-largest financial and banking hub. Gurgaon is also home to India’s largest medical tourism industry. Despite being India’s 56th largest city in terms of population, Gurgaon is the 8th largest city in the country in terms of total wealth. Gurgaon serves as the headquarters of many of India’s largest companies, is home to thousands of startup companies, and has local offices for more than 250 Fortune 500 companies. It accounts for almost 70% of the total annual economic investments in Haryana state, which has helped it become a leading hub for the high-tech industry in northern India. Gurgaon is categorized as very high on the Human Development Index, with an HDI of 0.889 (2017). Gurgaon’s economic growth started in the 1970s when Maruti Suzuki India Limited established a manufacturing plant and gathered pace after General Electric established its business outsourcing operations in the city in collaboration with real-estate firm DLF.New Gurgaon, Manesar, and Sohna serve as adjoining manufacturing and upcoming real estate hubs for Gurgaon. Despite rapid economic and population growth, Gurgaon continues to battle socioeconomic issues, such as high-income inequality and high air pollution. It also has a flood problem due to the limited drainage capacity.