The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) has recently launched a scheme to allot land to set up industries near the proposed Jewar International airport. Under the scheme, which is all set to start from today, YEIDA is offering 4000 sq. meters of land to set up an industry.
Providing more details about the scheme, Arunveer Singh, CEO of YEIDA, said, “The scheme will start today. Plots over 4,000 square meters will be allotted to the industrialists under this open-ended scheme,”
“The entire land allotment process will be held online. The authority will place a summary of the industrial land allotment scheme on the website. Concerned industrialist can go through the document and apply with detailed project report. The processing fee will be deposited online. Once the whole process with complete, the concerned officer will analyze and scrutinize the applications before calling candidates for an interview and processing the land allotment.” Singh added.
A senior official from YEIDA said that a renowned film producer has expressed interest in developing a film city near the proposed Jewar International Airport area. Last week, the producer also paid a visit to the site and held discussions with concerned officials for allotment of 30-acre land.
Furthermore, some other investors like Vivo Mobile and Airtel have also expressed concern in the investment.
While the above process is completely online, for land below 4,000 square meters allotment will be done through a lottery system. Moreover, the Authority is also going to launch a similar scheme for institutional land allotment soon.
Meanwhile, YEIDA has already started the land acquisition process by taking consent meeting with the farmers of concerned villages. The authority has also appointed a committee which will be meeting with the farmers of Ramner, Ranehra, Banwariwas, Mukeempur Shivara, Parohi, Kishorpur and Dayanatpur villages.
Once the authority will get consent note from all the villages, a detailed report will be submitted to the UP Government by the officials.