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Old May 16th, 2011, 05:59 AM   #1
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Lucknow Projects thread

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/ne...une-30/791359/


The new integrated passenger terminal building of Chaudhary Charan Singh (Amausi) Airport in Lucknow may become operational next month. Brahmaputra Infrastructure Limited (BIL), which is constructing the building, was scheduled to hand over half portion of the building to Lucknow airport authorities on May 10, but the date was put off till month-end. The other half will be handed over by June 15. The airport authorities have fixed June 30 as the deadline to start operations at the new terminal building.

“Civil as well as electrical work is 95 per cent complete, and finishing works like making of the false ceiling are going on. We will complete these works in the arrival section and hand over that to the Lucknow airport authorities by month-end. The remaining portion will be given for operational set-up by June 15,” said R C Verma, general manager of BIL.

Airport director Atul Dixit said, “AAI general manager H S Balhara has asked to start operations from the new terminal building by June 30.” Dixit denied to comment on the time airport staff could take for setting up services inside building.

The new terminal building is spread on 20,000 sq metre, of which 16,000 sq metre will be for public. Officials said the arrival section at the ground floor of the terminal building would have a conveyor belt, check-in counters, offices of Customs and security. The building will have customer services on the ground floor and aerobridges on the first floor. Three elevators and three escalators have been installed in the building. Two parking lots of capacity 1,500 vehicles are being developed in front of the building.
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Old August 18th, 2011, 09:03 AM   #3
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RFQ for the sports complex

The cost of the sports complex is around 400crores and may increase up to 500crores depending on design and this includes cricket stadium, hockey field, athletics stadium, stadium for indoor sports etc.

Imp to compare this cost to the cost of renovation of JN Stadium in New Delhi. The renovation cost for the CWG was 961crores!


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3 financial models for Lucknow Metro on govt table

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The second high-level meeting of the state government to select a financial model for the Lucknow Metro rail project ended indecisively today. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and Larsen and Toubro presented three financial models at the meeting. The state government said it would study these models further before finalising one.

According to a Detailed Project Report prepared by DMRC, the Lucknow Metro project will cost Rs 12,671 crore. This includes Rs 9,519 crore for construction and Rs 3,052 crore as escalation and central taxes.

In the first meeting on June 8, the UP government asked DMRC to work out financial models for development of the project on PPP model. Later, the government decided to also invite Larsen and Toubro and Reliance group to present financial models adopted by them for their Hyderabad and Mumbai Metro rail projects, respectively.

Sources said that no representative from Reliance turned up at the meeting. An L&T representative presented the Design, Build, Finance, Operation and Transfer (DBFOT) model it had adopted for Hyderabad Metro. Sources said the representative said that the company would get around Rs 1,450 crore as Viability Gap Funding from the Andhra Pradesh government for developing the Rs 12,132 crore Metro project covering 71 km.

DMRC presented two models — its own DMRC funding model and another Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) model. DMRC General Manager (Consultancy) S D Sharma said, “In DMRC model, the central and state governments equally share 40 per cent cost while the remaining 60 per cent is taken by loan.”

In BOT model, Sharma proposed a land parcel to make the project viable for a private developer. The private developer could use the land parcel for commercial use to recover its investment. The meeting was chaired by Chief Secretary Anoop Mishra. LDA vice-chairman Rajiv Agarwal was present at the meeting but not available for comment.

Another government official said, “L&T’s Hyderabad model appears feasible for the Lucknow project.”
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3 more hotels in the pipeline in Lucknow

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...ow/9918563.cms

LUCKNOW: After a five-star hotel in Jiamau, the LDA is now mulling over a plan for construction of a budget hotel in Vikrant Khand, near Faizabad Road. On Thursday, the board of LDA agreed, in principle, to set up a hotel on a land which was earlier allotted to a private concern for setting up a cold storage. The LDA plans to set up four hotels in all. The two other hotels are proposed to come up in Charbagh and Kanpur Road, respectively.

Meanwhile, the board gave its approval for following public-private-partnership (PPP) model in construction of the hotel in Jiamau.

LDA vice-chairman Rajeev Aggarwal said that hospitality is one of the few sectors which need a facelift in the city. He said that on several occasions earlier, the delegates visiting the city for a conference have faced the problem of boarding and lodging. "We expect to resolve this problem in the near future," the LDA V-C said.
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LDA plans to set up four hotels in Lucknow

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Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) plans to set up a budget hotel in Vikrant Khand, near Faizabad Road in Uttar Pradesh. The group's board recently passed approval for the construction of the hotel on land, which was earlier allotted to a private concern for setting up a cold storage. LDA plans to set up four hotels in the region with two other hotels under proposal for development in Charbagh and Kanpur Road, respectively.

According to a report in The Times of India, LDA gave its nod for the construction of a five-star hotel on a land identified in Jiyamau, situated close to the Lohia Path in Gomtinagar recently. It has opted for a public-private-partnership (PPP) model in construction of the hotel.

Rajeev Aggarwal, Vice-Chairman, Lucknow Development Authority said, “The hospitality industry is one of the few sectors that needs a facelift. On several occasions earlier, visiting delegates, who come to the city for conferences have faced the problem of boarding and lodging. We expect to resolve this problem in near future.”
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LDA plans land incentive for pvt firms to build schools, hospitals

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Private developers will soon be able to purchase agricultural land in the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) development area for constructing educational institutions and hospitals. They will not have to go through the process of land use conversion and so will also not have to pay any fees on this head.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the LDA board on Thursday. LDA will now send this proposal to the state government for final approval. If the government approves it, private developers will purchase land directly from farmers in LDA’s development area and develop education institutions or hospitals by paying just a nominal fee to LDA. The fee will be less than the land use conversion charge that LDA currently takes from the developer.

“This proposal is aimed at facilitating academic and medical services in the state capital,” said Rajiv Agarwal, LDA vice-chairman.
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Address: Hotel plot#3, I.T Sector 3

A sculpted series of spaces create a seamless integration of built form with landscape in this 120 room hotel. Sitting on a site of 13394.10 sq m the building rises in varied inclines on different sides creating separate outdoor spaces for each of its functions. Entered through a 30' high elevated lobby, the hotel looks out towards the north into a large landscaped garden with each of the restaurants opening into terraces or gardens.



At the lower level a large conferencing facility with a separate entrance also opens onto a large garden. Separate garden areas for the conferencing facilities and the coffee shop at the ground level, north facing terraces for the restaurant, bar and pool levels create outdoor usable areas at the macro level while each room opens onto a north facing terrace.

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The guest rooms are angled along the site to orient all the rooms towards the north while being inclined to create north facing terraces at each level. Minimal openings on the southern sides with large openings on the northern sides create energy efficient spaces throughout this hotel in response to its location in a city with temperatures ranging from 13 deg C to 46 deg C.




This sculptural hotel is thus responsive to its site in its orientation while generating varied open spaces and is energy efficient by its layout and design. Each of its internal volumes has a distinct identity while being an extension of its unique form and spatial encapsulation.



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'Conservation of such a old building is challenge'

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...ow/9964071.cms


LUCKNOW: The restoration of 200-year-old building of La Martiniere College is a treat to eyes. However, there is hardly anyone who knows who is actually behind the beautiful work. Meet Ansaruddin, the artist who is busy scrapping the walls, where the designs have been covered with dust.

Having done with the Memorial Hall, Ansar says, "I feel proud that I have been assigned the task of doing this great work. Conservation of such an old building is a challenge." Before this, Ansar had been involved in restoration of Sibtainabad Imambara and Tile Wali Masjid.

On the challenges that came in his way while making the interiors look original, he says, "Scrapping of the dust that covered the design took a long and gathering the original colour was a mammoth task. Once this was clear, the work was less complicated."
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Hussainabad's clock rings, makes Lucknow smile

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...ow/9964240.cms


LUCKNOW: After a long silence of 27 years, at 5.00 pm on Monday, the gong of the Hussainabad Clock Tower rang five times, giving indications that the pristine timer is inching towards complete functionality.

The 'echo' is the hard work put in by friends' duo of Akhilesh Agarwal and Paritosh Chauhan. Credit also goes to secretary, Hussainabad and Allied Trust OP Pathak who bridged the procedural gap to take up the mega task of reviving Hussainabad Clock Tower, which stopped completely in 1984.

"The ring of time is motivating, but a significant part of the job is still left," said Akhilesh Agarwal. "The gongs are attached to the clocks on all four sides. As of now only one side has been repaired. Another fortnight is needed to repair the remaining sides," he added.

Attempts to get the clock tower functional began in 1999. But they all failed, one of them made in 2004 proved fatal. This time, the person hired for the purpose fled with crucial parts. The trust and Lucknow administration began again in 2009 and got in touch with the Anglo Swiss company. Experts from the company came in and said that it was impossible to repair the clock as the missing spares were not available.

In January 2010, the administration decided to replace the old clock. But the friends' duo came forward asking for one last attempt. They began their work on April 13 and were able to make the clock functional on October 28, 2010. Three months later, all clocks went working. Thereafter, the engineers started project's second phase wherein gongs and chimes were the focus. On Monday, a part of the task was accomplished.

It may be noted that the 230-feet-tall tower is claimed to be the tallest in India and considered next only to London's Big Ben. It was constructed by Nawabs of Awadh between 1882-87 to mark the arrival of George Couper, the first lieutenant-governor of United Provinces of Avadh and North West. It is a marvel created by James William Benson - who made clocks for the Queen of England.
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LDA shortlists four crossings to reduce traffic congestion

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/10013426.cms


LUCKNOW: If the Lucknow Development Authority adheres to its plans, traffic congestion in city's four most congested crossing may ease out. The four crossings which the LDA intends to take up include, Chhatarpati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University crossing, Naka Hindola, Patrakarpuram and Engineering College crossing.

The exercise comes following submission of a report by the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI). The institute had submitted a comprehensive mobility plan (CMP) with the authority recently suggesting ways to reduce traffic congestion in some of these crossings.

In all, seven crossings and 10 corridors were taken up by CRRI, which began its study in 2009. The voluminous report, running into over 250 pages, essentially took into account traffic flow and the average road width.

Sources said that the LDA will soon be making an estimate required to modify these crossing and corridors. In the first phase estimate will be prepared for the most congested crossings.
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WABCO India embarks on Rs 60 crore investment plan

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...w/10065570.cms


Belgium-based WABCO Holdings has embarked upon a Rs 60 crore investment plan for its Indian operations during this financial year, a top company official said.

Indian subsidiary WABCO-TVS has been renamed WABCO India in line with an agreement with TVS Group's Sundaram Clayton Ltd.

"We have taken control of this joint venture and now we hold 75 per cent..the remaining 25 per cent is publicly traded..", WABCO Chairman and CEO Jacques Esculier told reporters.

About their proposed plans in India, WABCO India whole-time Director P Kaniappan said "Rs 60 crore has been announced for this year's capital expenditure plans. We will invest around Rs 40 crore for expanding our facility at Mahindra World City SEZ in Chennai and another Rs 10 crore for setting up a facility at Lucknow. The remaining would be utilised for other purposes."

Currently WABCO India has two facilities in the South and one at Jamshedpur. The Lucknow facility would be its fourth in India.

"We will invest Rs 10 crore in this facility (Lucknow). Right now, the land has been acquired.. Mostly it will be an assembly plant for us. It will be catering to (vehicle manufacturers) like Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland," he said.

On expanding of Chennai facility, he said they were ramping it under Phase two operations during which compressors for overseas markets will be manufactured, he said.

In 2010-11, revenue from exports contributed Rs 117 crore to the total revenues of Rs 899 crore.

The company has 7,000 outlets in India and can use TVS Brand name till June 2012. "It will be smooth transition for us (from WABCO TVS to WABCO India)..even now we have their support..," he said.
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Seven in race for R400-cr Lucknow sports complex

http://www.financialexpress.com/news...mplex/850408/0


Lucknow: The R400-crore international-level cricket stadium cum sports complex in Lucknow may finally see the light of the day. The project, which will be built as per the latest guidelines issued by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and will have a seating capacity of 50,000 spectators on Design, Finance, Construct, Operate and Maintain (DFCOM) basis under PPP, has elicited response from as many as seven companies, including infrastructure majors such as JP Sports International, DSC, Gammon India, Madhucon Projects, IL&FS, NCC and Patel & APCO consortium.

In a meeting held on Wednesday, Deloitte, the consultant for the project, informed the state government officials about some modifications made in the bidding documents, which would be in line with the modified RFQ.

To come up on 137 acres, the sports complex is part of the state government’s efforts to attract private investment in the state. While the sports complex would come up on 80 acres of land, 57 acres would be used for developing a township adjacent to it.

Talking to FE, an official of the Lucknow Development Authority, the nodal agency for this project, said the complex is being implemented under the Integrated Urban Rejuvenation Plan (IURP) scheme for selected cities of the state. “Apart from a world-class cricket stadium, the complex will also have a hockey stadium, with a capacity of seating 15,000 people, a tennis complex with 1,000 seat capacity, an indoor stadium which can seat 2,500 people and an aquatics centre which can seat 1,000 people. Apart from this, we have also added the development of a synthetic track and field event infrastructure,” he said.

As regards the real estate project that would come up on the remaining 57 acres of land, the land use has been revised to allocate a minimum 25% area to residential purposes, while a maximum 75% has been set aside for commercial, institutional and hospitality sector.

The project gains significance as the state government has decided to provide the entire 137 acres of land for the project free of cost. As the project would be coming up at the prime location of Gomti Nagar, the cost of the land that is being offered for free by the state government is expected to cost not less than R250 crore.

The pre-bid conference for the project is expected to be held on September 29 while the final bid submission date has been fixed for October 21.

“While the stadium will have a lease of 35 years, the township will ge given on a lease for 99 years,” said the official.
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UP plots change in rules, makes room for luxury hotel

http://www.financialexpress.com/news...hotel/853180/0


Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government has a grand wish: To develop a 'minimum 5-star hotel' with at least 150 rooms, a 24-hour coffee shop, a specialty restaurant, a bar and a swimming pool on 2.5 hectare of prime land in the heart of Lucknow.
The reserve price for the plot on which the project is to come up has been set at a whopping Rs 112 crore, the highest ever for any single plot in the city. And as a sweetener for developing the project, the government has liberally reworked and tailor-made the building by-laws to suit the developer. It is giving a license to build a commercial complex along with the hotel, which can house shops, business centres, a shopping plaza, multiplex, service apartments and budget hotels that the developer can sell to break even. The Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) has also proposed a policy of allowing the floor area ratio (FAR) of 3+ 1 for hotel plots. The project, proposed to be developed on design, build-finance, maintain, operate and own (DBFO) basis would come up on a vacant land acquired by the LDA last year.

This is the first attempt of the UP government at 'controlled development'. “This deal is definitely going to create a record of sorts as it will be the biggest till date. We could have simply auctioned the plot to the highest bidder for building a hotel at this spot. But that would not have ensured that the hotel would be as per the specifications that the state government has in its mind. In order to exercise a sort of control on the end result, we have adopted this process for the first time. The commercial complex can be seen as the viability gap funding (VGF). Usually, for hotels, the break even comes after five years. But to hasten that, we have doled out a commercial complex which will ensure that the project turns viable in three years' time,” said an LDA official, adding that the government needs private sector help for the development of the city's infrastructure.

The response from the private sector has so far been equally enthusiastic. As many as eight builders have evinced interest at the pre-bid conference, including the Taj group of hotels, IL&FS, Madhukon, DSC, MI Builders, Purvanchal Developers, and two home-grown construction companies, Wave Group and SAS Group. The bids are expected to be submitted on October 7. While the technical bids would be opened on the same day, the financial bids are likely to be opened on October 14 after the due evaluation of the technical bids.

Talking about the need for the project, the RFQ/RFP bid document says that Lucknow is among the top ten growing non-metro cities in the country and is witnessing an “economic boom”. “The UP government has a very optimistic plan for developing the city’s infrastructure for its further economic growth and to take it to a higher level. In the last few years, the city has witnessed a growth in aerial traffic, the peak season occupancy in the 4-5 star hotels is over 85% and the city has proximity with several places of religious interests in the region. In view of all these, Lucknow is in need of enhanced world class accommodation facilities as well as commercial space to capitalise on the business potential of the state,” it says.

However, the fact that this property would become the hottest property in the city in the coming years is making the deal a much-hyped one. As also the fact that the state government’s interest in ensuring that the project gets off the ground. “The LDA has always been in the job of auctioning plots. For this project too, the LDA could has just auctioned the land for the construction of a 5-star hotel to the highest bidder. But, what is surprising is the fact that the government is keen on ensuring that the project turns viable by the end of the third year itself. The raised FAR and the juxtaposition of the commercial complex along with the hotel project is proof enough. In a way, it is the government's effort to ensure that chief minister Mayawati's dream memorials of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar turn into hot tourist destinations. That is the reason why the site for this hotel project has also been chosen in the vicinity of the string of Ambedkar Memorials in Gomti Nagar area,” said an official requesting anonymity.

“The hospitality sector in the city will get a big facelift. We have often heard reports that visiting delegates, who come to the city for conferences and other purposes, have faced the problem of quality boarding and lodging. We expect to resolve this problem in near future,” says LDA vice-chairman, Rajeev Aggarwal.
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Is the monument / park construction in Gomtinagar complete? m_1973 have you clicked any recent pics by any chance?
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Is the monument / park construction in Gomtinagar complete? m_1973 have you clicked any recent pics by any chance?
yes all are complete. Last Sunday all opened to public with entry fee. Actually most were open for public except kanshiram eco park.

I have posted lot of images to

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...=711560&page=7

page 7 onwards



I am in Lucknow during Diwali and will take more pics
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Soon Bangkok Lucknow flight

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...w/10231809.cms


With the launch of the service, Bangalore become the second destination for the airline in India after Mumbai.

The airline will operate five flights a week, with no service on Mondays and Fridays. It will add two more flights by December, Bangkok Airways President Puttipong Prasarttong Osoth told a news conference here.

From Bangkok, the flight would operate on five days, barring Thursdays and Sundays, he said.

He claimed its existing Mumbai-Bangkok flight has received a very good response, with 70 per cent seat occupancy.

"A lot of people come here from Thailand for studies. They travel between Bangalore and Bangkok. The city, a IT hub, also offers vast potential for tourists travelling to Bangkok," he said.

Stating that India is a growing economy and Bangkok sees vast potential in it, he said the airline was looking at expanding its operations to Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata and Chennai in the near future.

Lucknow is the next destination being considered for a direct flight, he said.


Meanwhile, the airline is in discussions with Kingfisher Airlines on co-sharing of operations, Bangkok Airways Vice-President (Corporate Communication) M L Nandhika Varavaran said.
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