Faridabad, Aug 15 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced the decision of the State Government to convert the sites of old industrial units in Faridabad and Ballabhgarh for commercial use.
The Chief Minister, who was interacting with mediapersons here said that this decision of the Government would help in developing the areas falling along National Highway-2 in Faridabad and Ballabhgarh.
He said that as a result of this conversion, the licence fee and other charges would be received by the State Government, but a major portion of this amount would be utilised for infrastructure development of Faridabad.
He said that as a result of this decision, the industrial units located along Delhi-Mathura road in sector 32, 35 and 36 could be used commercially upto 200 meters from the National Highway- 2.
The green belt would be developed upto a distance of 50 meters from this highway. These commercial units would have to provide for adequate parking space.
He said that the area of industrial zone falling between sector 27-A and 27-D of the city and also the area between Delhi-Mathura railway line and the highway would be utilised for commercial purpose. The owners of these industrial units and also the owners of the land falling in the industrial zone would have to seek licence from the government for commercial use of their properties.
Mr Hooda said that as for as industry was concerned, the city was the sixth among the ten fast developing cities in the world.
Being located between Gurgaon and Noida, Faridabad would be developed at an accelerated pace.
Development of Faridabad would get further impetus with the construction of Metro Rail upto YMCA and completion of Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway. The construction of Badarpur flyover would commence soon, he announced.
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