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State level committee meeting held in Chandigarh, CM Khattar approved the draft development plan-2041

Haryana Approval was given to the Draft Development Plan-2041 of Neelokheri-Tarawadi, Barwala, Julana and Uchana at a meeting of the state level committee of city and village planning department held in Chandigarh today under the chairmanship of the state Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

Apart from this, amendment was also approved in the final development plan -2031 of Assandh. The Draft Development Plan has been prepared for an estimated population of 2,30,000 persons by the year 2041. The proposed average residential density would be 300 persons per hectare.

This development plan covers an area of ​​767.89 hectares for residential purpose and 143.00 hectares for commercial purpose. Similarly, 282.72 hectare area has been kept for industrial purpose and 243.38 hectare area for transport and communication.

An area of ​​45.81 hectares is for public utilities, 53.00 hectares for public and semi-public use while 371.28 hectares is for open space. Barwala’s draft development plan has been prepared for an estimated population of 1,10,000 people by the year 2041.

The average residential sector density will be 250 persons per hectare. This development plan covers 558 hectares for residential purpose, 55 hectares for commercial purpose, 87 hectares for industrial purpose, 122 hectares for transportation and communication, 37 hectares for public utilities, 120 An area of ​​123 hectares is capped for open space, for public and semi public uses.

The design development plan of Julana has been prepared for an estimated population of 76,000 persons by 2041. The average residential sector density will be 250 persons per hectare. This draft development plan includes 216 hectares for residential purpose, 25 hectares for commercial purpose, 46 hectares for industrial purpose, 84 hectares for transportation and communication, 30 hectares for public utilities, 41 hectares for public And for semi-public use, an area of ​​81 hectares is capped for open space and green belt.

Uchana’s draft development plan has also been prepared for an estimated population of 93,000 persons by 2041. The average residential sector density will be 250 persons per hectare. In this draft development plan, 289 hectare area for residential purpose, 52 hectare area for commercial purpose, 33 hectare area for industrial purpose, 125 hectare area for transport and communication, 37 hectare area for public utilities, 34 hectare area public And for semi-public use, an area of ​​52 hectares is capped for open space and green belt.

Similarly, the revised development plan of Assandh has been prepared for an estimated population of 1.17 lakh persons by the year 2031. The average residential density will be 250 persons per hectare. The Revised Development Plan-2031 has been formulated with the objective of creating additional grain markets, incorporating the proposed sector roads as per ground realities or satellite imagery.

This revised development plan covers 467.16 hectares for residential purpose, 114.15 hectares for commercial purpose, 117 hectares for industrial purpose, 182.69 hectares for transportation and communication, 56 hectares for public utilities, 70 hectares for public. And an area of ​​171 hectares for semi-public use and an open space.

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