Bangalore: The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (BMRCL) has came out with its initial message for the properties that will be needed for the outer ring road (ORR) line. This project is of 36,782 sq mt of land including 48 properties that will be acquired.
The first project that will be build with the supports from the corporate on Namma Metro lines will be a rs. 4,202 crore project. This will connect KR Puram junction to Silk Board junction (phase- 2A) via ORR and it will be 17- km elevated line.
On February 28,2018 it received the state cabinet’s approval. Ms Channappagoudar the general manager of land acquisitions, BMRCL told the Media that 48 properties have been notified and the total land acquires comes to 36,782 sq mt. the metro line acquire the smallest property.
Ms Channappagoudar the general manager of land acquisitions, BMRCL told the media that 48 properties have been notified and the total land acquires comes to 36,782 sq mt. the metro line acquire the smallest property.
This line is fully elevated so they are looking for land that can support pillar the viaducts and the entry exit points of the stations. The portion of land is required only for the Iblur station. The lines does not need any landmark property and the acquires patches of land are open spaces. A single property will be taken for the biggest parcel of the land from 3,000 sq mt and no problem will be there as it is a state government land. Ms Channappagoudar said BMRCL has issued a warning to the Karnataka industrial area development board, which will sent the list to the government for its approval before it is dispatched to property owners. A few months ago MOV’S have signed with the embassy group for developing Kadubeesanahalli metro station and with intel for developing Bellandur metro station. Three packages and the process is being finalised now and the tenders have already been issued for the ORR line. By 2021, this line along with the rest of phase II will be completed says BMRCL. With 13 metro stations this line will connect reach 1 (Baiyappanahalli to MF road) and reach 5 (RV road of Bommasandra) of phase-II.
When asked about the overall land position of the 72.1 km phase-II project the Channappagoudar said BMRCL has acquired 168 acres so far and have also paid a compensation of rs 3,145 crore.