The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has launched the first phase of the ambitious Housing scheme for the year 2019 recently. The Authority has decided to sell a total of 1250 flats in the first phase and on a first-come-first-serve basis. These flats are situated in Ramnagar Colony, Narela and Seersapur. According to the latest news report, 700 flats already booked by prospective homebuyers within 24 hours of the launch.
Anita Meshram, the divisional commissioner informed that the district administration will commence land acquisition for Jewar Airport by January-end. The authority will acquire acquiring 1,334 hectares land for the proposed airport.
She further said that the administration already sent its report on the land to the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh State Government. This report is sent under Section 19 of the Land Acquisition Act and the same will come into action once the notification for land acquisition is issued by the Government.
The Uttar Pradesh State Government gave nod for the Jewar airport bid document prepared by Price water house Coopers [PwC]. The proposal will now be sent to Union civil aviation ministry for clearance officials said. The ministry is expected to send clearances for the same by the December-end. After which, the project will have an open international bidding for the tendering process.
NAIL, i.e. the Noida International Airport Company Limited will be responsible for the bidding process. This is a company formed by the Yogi Aditynath-led Uttar Pradesh State Government in August 2018 to get the Jewar International Airport project rolling. The company NIAL recently formed a core team of 10-members that include officials from YEIDA for the handling of airport-related work.
In a recently held cabinet meeting, it was decided that construction of the Greenfield Jewar International Airport, will be done on a public-private-partnership (PPP) mode. A government order has also been issued on the same by the Civil Aviation Department after they got nod from the state cabinet.
According to officials present in the cabinet meeting, the acquired land for the project will be given on a 90-year lease to the Noida International Airport Limited (NAIL). The authority has also been given the power of selecting the appropriate developer for the project.
To accelerate work of the proposed Greenfield International Airport at Jewar, the Uttar Pradesh Government on Monday has given their nod to various proposals. The decision has been made in the cabinet meeting which was spearheaded by chief minister Yogi Adityanath.
Giving more details about the meeting, UP energy minister Shrikant Sharma said, “The cabinet had approved allocation of state’s share of Rs 1,500 crore for acquisition of land for Jewar airport.”
After releasing the first installment for the land acquisition, the UP Govt has now sanctioned Rs 1260 crore more to expedite the work of the proposed International Airport at Jewar. An official document on the same has been released by the CM office, Lucknow.
The official document released further stated that the amount which the govt has sanctioned for acquisition in the first phase of airport construction is to be spent on land acquisition and payment to the farmers concerned.
UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed Noida International Airport Limited and the Gautam Budh Nagar administration officials to speed up the work on the Jewar Airport project. The decision was taken in the meeting held in Lucknow between the CM, Chief Secretary Anup Chandra Pandey, and other related officials.
In the meeting, CM Yogi discussed the progress of the project and matters related to the land acquisition for the project. According to officials, if all goes as per schedule, the State Govt is expecting to launch the Greenfield International airport project by the end of December.
In order to expedite the work of the Jewar Airport, the UP Government has directed all the three authorities i.e. Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway to provide funds for the same. The order has been given by the UP chief secretary Anup Chandra Pandey, in a recently held meeting in Lucknow.
The meeting was also attended by CEOs of the three authorities as well as Noida international airport limited (NIAL), the agency which has been appointed to supervise the airport development work. Speaking after the meeting, YEIDA, as well as NIAL CEO Arun Vir Singh, said, “As discussed earlier too, the Noida authority and the state government will both have a stake of 37.5% each in the company while the Greater Noida authority and the YEIDA will have a stake of 12.5% each.”
The Uttar Pradesh Government on Tuesday issued a notification to start the land acquisition process for the Jewar Airport. On October 17, the district administration has sent the proposal to the state Govt after taking required consent from the farmers of six villages.
The notification has been issued by Civil Aviation Special Secretary of the UP Govt. Surya Pal Gangwar.
In a recently held conclave in the national capital, Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Aditynath assured that the International Airport at Jewar would be ready within next three years. On Saturday, the CM participated in the India Idea Conclave 2018 in Delhi where he also announced that the Ground-breaking ceremony for Jewar airport will be performed by year end.
Speaking during the conclave, CM Adityanath said, “By the end of December we will get the PM to perform the shilanyas at the site of the international airport at Jewar and within three years we will be able to provide good service to NCR areas.”