Chandigarh, Jan 4 (UNI) The Haryana government has decided to develop a new township at Sampla between Bahadurgarh and Rohtak in 7180 hectares of land.
This decision was taken here today at a meeting of State Level Committee of Town and Country Planning Department which was presided over by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda who is also the Chairman of the State Level Committee.
In the meeting, Draft Development Plan of Sampla Urban Complex 2021 and Draft Development Plan 2021 of Sohna were also approved.
Mr Hooda said that Sampla Urban Complex would be developed to accommodate about three lakh population. He said that out of 7180 hectare acres of land, 1070 hectare of land had been allocated for developing Bio-Science city, 550 hectare of land for Medi city and 223 hectare of land for Cyber city.
He said that 40 sectors in all would be developed in the new Sampla Urban Complex. Out of which, 19 sectors would be residential, eight sectors each would be reserved for industrial as well as institutional, one sector each for commercial, transportation and communication would be reserved besides three sectors would be made available for open space.
The Chief Minister said that a global corridor was being developed and after the construction of Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Express Way, Sampla and adjoining areas falling in the Rohtak and Jhajjar districts would get special boost in the developmental process.
He also directed the authorities that across the railway line institutional sites sould be earmarked and sufficient space should be developed for public utilities keeping in view the future demands.
While referring the developement plan of Sohna, the Chief Minister said that the development plan of Sohna had been envisaged for 1.67 lakh population. He said that at present the population of Sohna town and adjoining villages was about 38,000. He said that total 19 sectors would be developed in Sohna and the area of Sohna had also been increased under the development plan from 2450 hectares to 3475 hectares of land.
Mr Hooda said that out of these, six sectors would be commercial and industrial each, one sector had been reserved for transport and communication while two sectors each for institutionals and open space had been earmarked.
Commissioner and Secretary, Town and Country Planning, Mr DS Dhesi apprised in the meeting that out of 75 municipal towns, 61 towns controlled area had already been declared and the development plan of 47 towns had already been prepared by the Department.
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