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Antiguo 16-10-2011, 18:16:43   #1
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Shendra - Bidkin Mega Industrial Park, Aurangabad

Maharashtra CM has given nod to Shendra - Bidkin Mega Industrial Park on friday 14th Oct 2011. It will be developed as part of DMIC.

Shendra - Bidkin Mega Industrial Park is to come up on 8400 hectares of land i.e. 20756 acres !!

The Industries Department has invited tenders for the exhibition and convention centre at Sendra in Aurangabad.

As part of the DMIC the state has decided to develop the Sendra- Bidkin belt in Aurangabad as planned industrial townships to act as major investment node.

At a meeting in Mantralaya on 14th Oct 2011, the government decided to initiate a pilot project with the Aurangabad belt. Renowned US firm, AECOM, has been roped in as a consultant for planning the township. The state has also decided to rope in a Japanese consortium to recommend use of technology for infrastructure upgrades in these areas.

Based on the investment potential of an area, the state has plans to develop the Aurangabad belt as an automobile and engineering hub.

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Antiguo 16-10-2011, 18:18:24   #2
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Maharashtra CM gives nod to integrated industrial corridor plan

Published: Saturday, Oct 15, 2011, 8:00 IST
By Surendra Gangan | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA

To ensure steady growth, the state government has planned an integrated industrial corridor along with the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC). Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has given a nod to the master plan for the development of Dighi in Raigad, Sendra in Aurangabad, Nashik-Sinnar and Dhule for the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC).

The state government has started the acquisition of 20,000 hectares of land for the first phase. The Industries Department has invited tenders for the exhibition and convention centre at Sendre in Aurangabad.

The department made a presentation about the development planned in DMIR on Friday atthe Mantralaya. The CM was told that once developed, the four zones will help the state multiply the rate of export thrice over and industrial development twice the current rate.

“We identified the industries for each of the four zones that are being developed in the area of 150km on both the sides of the DFC,” said Kshatrapati Shivaji, principal secretary, Industries.
Aecon, the global planning expert for the development of zones as
smart cities has also been roped in.

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/repor...r-plan_1598966
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Antiguo 16-10-2011, 18:20:51   #3
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Four mega industrial towns

Sandeep Ashar, TNN | Oct 15, 2011, 02.10AM IST

MUMBAI: The state will develop four mega integrated industrial towns as part of the multi million dollar Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). The plan is to develop these cities in such a way that these serve as counter magnets to Mumbai in economic activity.

As part of the DMIC which will connect six states, the state has decided to develop Dighi in Raigad, the Sendra- Bidkin belt in Aurangabad, Sinnar-Malegaon in Nashik, and areas in Dhule as planned industrial townships to act as major investment nodes.

At a meeting in Mantralaya on Friday, the government decided to initiate a pilot project with the Aurangabad belt. Renowned US firm, AECOM, has been roped in as a consultant for planning the township. Sources said that the consultant will be responsible for preparing a master plan for the development in all the districts.

The DMIC was first envisaged by the centre in 2006. Industrial areas and regions were to be developed to serve as investment hubs along the proposed Delhi Mumbai freight corridor.

Officials said that the stress would be on development of integrated townships with modern day infrastructure for all the four areas. The state has also decided to rope in a Japanese consortium to recommend use of technology for infrastructure upgrades in these areas. Based on the investment potential of an area, the state has plans to develop the Aurangabad belt as an automobile and engineering hub, while Dighi, which has a port, will be developed to attract investments from steel, metal and agro industries. The Nashik belt is expected to cater to engineering and auto based investments while Dhule will be development to attract automobile players.

Sources said that nearly 20000 hectares of land will have to be acquired for the project involving four areas. The land acquisition exercise has been initiated in the Dighi and Aurangabad belt.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/10359933.cms
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Shendra - Bidkin Mega Industrial Park Master Plan - to come up on 20756 acres !

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Antiguo 17-10-2011, 07:42:33   #5
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Expo cum convention Center Shendra


Size :- 50 Acres
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Antiguo 17-10-2011, 09:41:05   #6
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Nice pic Niks......ECC looks just !!!
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Antiguo 26-10-2011, 07:11:58   #7
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Shendra-Bidkin to be THE NEW BOOM TOWN in Maharashtra !

7 mega zones planned to spur manufacturing (NIMZ).

Shendra-Bidkin (Maharashtra) 84 sq km.

The Central Govt unviled National Manufacturing Policy yesterday.

It aims, setting up of mega industrial towns on waste and infertile land acquired by the government.




source TOI Mumbai 26-10-2011
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Special cell formed to acquire land for Shendra - Bidkin Mega Industrial Park.
2400 Hectare land to be acquired in first phase.


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Antiguo 29-11-2011, 07:11:17   #11
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As part of DMIC, work on Shendra Smart City project is likely to start in the year 2013. Japan's JGC is working on the project. A delegation from JGC recently paid a visit to the city to work on the master plan.

News item in Divya Marathi :http://divyamarathi.bhaskar.com/arti...d-2748879.html
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Farmers oppose land acquisition

Syed Rizwanullah, TNN | Feb 10, 2012, 04.54AM IST

AURANGABAD: Farmers and activists affiliated to different social organizations joined hands on Thursday to oppose land acquisition by the government for the proposed Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor, under which 10,000 hectares land would be acquired for setting up four mega industrial projects in the district.

"The activists have planned a meet at Bidkin, about 20 km from the city, on February 11 to chalk out the future course of action. Narmada Bachao Andolan leader Medha Patkar has been invited to address the meet", said Vijay Diwan and Subhash Lomte, members of the action committee. Thousands of affected farmers from Aurangabad and Jalna districts would attend the Bidkin meet, they said.

Addressing a news conference here at Gandhi Bhavan, they said the action committee also opposed the proposed 'Greater Aurangabad' township incorporating over 300 villages surrounding the city. This move would deprive farmers, tribals and other oppressed classes of their land that would eventually be turned into urban pockets, said Diwan. He said the government talked of increasing food production but wanted to erase the basic resource, farm land, through its policies.

The activists alleged that it was an attempt to grab fertile land from farmers and villagers to benefit a few industrial houses in the name of industrial development and growth. They pointed out that a demand to acquire 300 acres more for the expansion of the Chikalthana airport has come up while the authorities concerned have already initiated the process to include 28 villages in the city's municipal limits.

"If implemented, 10,000 hectares of land would be acquired for the Mumbai Delhi industrial corridor,'' Diwan said.

Plans are afoot to set up a Greater Aurangabad, which would urbanize over 300 villages. Diwan and Lomte said at present the city's 12 lakh population received water on alternate days and the water was lifted from Jaikwadi dam situated about 50 km from the city. "If urbanization is encouraged on such a scale, this is bound to create different sets of problems and ultimately the oppressed and poor classes would be at the receiving end,'' Diwan said.

Diwan pointed out that social reformer Anna Hazare and activist Popatrao Pawar, both from Ahmednagar district, are hailed for introducing model village system, where the villagers preferred to stay back instead of moving to urban centres. "If the government is convinced of these people's success, then why is their model not followed in the entire state,'' Diwan asked. "The government should take efforts to introduce urban facilities in villages,'' he added.

"The government's proposed plans for Aurangabad would end up adding more slums. We demand that the government rethink its policies meant primarily to benefit foreign investors or a handful of local politicians and industries,'' he said.

Activists Kashinath Kukarni, Shriram Jadhav, Col Durwesh Nehri and Buddhpriya Kabeer were also present at the media briefing.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/11831098.cms
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Medha Patkar opposes land acquisition for Shendra - Bidkin Industrial Park.

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2 townships to come up in Maharashtra

The twin townships at Dighi in Raigad district and at Shendra - Bidkin in Aurangabad will come up as the National Manufacturing Investment Zones (NMIZs). Both the projects are aligned to the ambitious DMIC. The Shendra project will require an investment of Rs 2,790 crore.

Press Trust Of India / Mumbai Feb 24, 2012, 00:29 IST
In a boost to the sagging infrastructure scene in the state, the commerce and industry ministry and the Maharashtra government on Thursday announced construction of two integrated industrial townships at a cost of Rs 8,700 crore over the next seven years.

The twin townships at Dighi in Raigad district and at Shendra Bidkin in Aurangabad will come up as the National Manufacturing Investment Zones (NMIZs) as proposed under the National Manufacturing Policy announced last year, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said. Both the projects are aligned to the ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). The Shendra project will require an investment of Rs 2,790 crore and the Dighi project will need Rs 5,967 crore, he said.

Sharma and Chavan held a meeting with top officials from the industrial departments on Thursday where details about the projects were discussed.

Conceding that the earlier attempts by the state, which used to attract the maximum industrial growth and investment, notably the MIDC (Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation) townships have been developed in a “haphazard” manner, Chavan stressed that these will be well planned hubs which will be better and will be set up even before the industry moves in.

One of the state’s first private sector ports is being developed at Dighi while Aurangabad is also fast developing into a major industrial belt and already houses auto majors like Skoda.

Chavan said as part of the work around DMIC, it was also decided to have two electricity plants of 1,000 Mw each at Raigad and Pune districts, a multi-modal logistics hub at Talegaon near Pune and an exhibition centre at Aurangabad.

The Centre and state have also decided to form an equal joint venture for the implementation of the projects and it was also decided to form a committee headed by the Maharashtra chief secretary to monitor the progress on the projects on a regular basis, Chavan said.

The Dighi township will require a total of 25,000 hectares, while the one at Shendra will need 8,340 hectares, according to a presentation made during the meeting. In spite of the troubles faced by the industry on the land acquisition front, which has also led some to abandon their plans of setting shop, Chavan sounded confident of meeting the land requirements for the twin projects and added that the acquisition has already begun in the case of Dighi.

http://business-standard.com/india/n...ashtra/465687/
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Chavan sounded confident of meeting the land requirements for the twin projects and added that the acquisition has already begun in the case of Dighi.


That's really good if CM is confident then what we need is only execution
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Size :- 50 Acres
Built up ares :- 60,000 sqm
Beautiful park. Any more photos available?
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