Delhi metro gets land allotted by North civic body

The first phase of work on the multi-level parking at Bank Street, which will have a capacity of 500 cars, will begin soon, according to a senior North MCD official, and will be completed under a public-private partnership (PPP) model.

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DELHI (Metro Rail News): The North Delhi Municipal Corporation passed a resolution on Thursday allocating eight land pockets to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on a permanent and temporary basis to construct the Mass Rapid Transit System Project Phase-IV from Janakpuri to Majlis Park.

According to the civic body’s information, some pockets are located in Mangolpuri and Peeragarhi, while others are located between Madhuban Chowk and Prashant Vihar. The total land area in these permanently designated areas is 9455.61 square metres.

As per senior North MCD officials, the land allocated on a temporary basis is merely for construction. However, the area allotted on a permanent basis, which will involve the installation of access gates, will now belong to the DMRC and the land rate was 14,165 per square metre, according to the report.

The civic body also voted a decision to develop multi-level parking in the city’s Karol Bagh district, which includes Bank Street, Old Rajender Nagar, Shastri Park, and Pusa Lane. The first phase of work on the multi-level parking at Bank Street, which will have a capacity of 500 cars, will begin soon, according to a senior North MCD official, and will be completed under a public-private partnership (PPP) model.

According to the official, “We are yet to receive tenders for the remaining projects, the capacity of vehicles at the Shastri Park will be 600, while the Rajender Nagar and Pusa Lane projects will have a capacity of 450 and 400, respectively.”

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