DMICDC plans to develop global city near Manesar

New Delhi, Dec 14 (KNN)  In order to enhance the quality of life of citizens through industrialization and modern infrastructure following the principle of sustainable development, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC) is planning to develop a global city near Manesar in Haryana.

DMICDC and Government of Haryana have proposed the development of a Global City under Manesar- Bawal Investment Region in Haryana Sub region of DMIC.

“The Global City is to be planned with Exhibition cum Convention Center as an integral part and growth driver for the city. The city would thrive on world class infrastructure backbone built on smart city concept by integrating water, power, and connectivity to integration of IT services in managing various public utilities of the area,” said a DMICDC notification.

The city would not only add to the economy of the state but also help in generating skilled development, the notification added.

In this context, DMICDC seeks consultants to undertake preparation of feasibility report and master plan for development of global city under Manesar- Bawal Investment Region in Haryana Sub region of DMIC.

The main objective of this assignment is to do the detailed project feasibility and master planning of global city following the best urban planning practices, so as to have a most modern global city with all the ingredients designed following the principal of a smart city.

The consultant would be required to prepare a feasibility report and master plan for developing a Global City at Garhi-Harsaru in Gurgaon District in Haryana Sub region of DMIC of about 1100 acres, which would be developed as a Model Future City taking into account the best international practices for development, implementation, maintenance and management.

The main aims of the feasibility study would be - identification, short listing of industries for Global City, detailed industry analysis and competition benchmarking; assessment of potential for the development of Global City through primary and secondary survey; and assessment of the demand for the institutional, industrial, commercial and support infrastructure and facilities within the city.

“Urbanisation is creating tremendous pressures on the environment, the world’s economies, and our social organisations. New urban patterns are emerging for the 21st century based on a strategy of sustainable, smart growth,” DMICDC said in a notification.
These new ‘global cities’ are economic regions that are interconnected on a world scale and follow the principles of sustainable development.
 
The Global City in Haryana Sub region of DMIC is to be developed on the principles of sustainable development, the notification added.

DMIC is a mega infra-structure project of USD 90 billion with the financial and technical aids from Japan, covering an overall length of 1483 KMs between the political capital and the business capital of India, i.e. Delhi and Mumbai.

Further, DMICDC, a special purpose company, was incorporated to establish, promote and facilitate development of the DMIC Project.