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Old July 19th, 2017, 08:48 AM   #121
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YEIDA to seek Rs 200 crore for Jewar airport land acquisition

YEIDA chairman Prabhat Kumar, who is also the divisional commissioner Meerut, on Tuesday said he would write to the Uttar Pradesh government to expedite the land acquisition process for the Noida international airport in Jewar.

Kumar said he would request the state government to part with about Rs 200 crore for the purpose from the budgetary provision of Rs 400 crore allotted by UP in the 2017-18 budget announced on June 11, for giving a facelift to airstrips in the state.

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Old July 28th, 2017, 01:32 PM   #123
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Jewar Airport: How to arrange funds

1. Yeida takes loan; ruled out by authority
2. State funds initial cost to start land acquisition: Budget not allocated
3. Center & State together contribute to start the project.

My guess we have to wait till next financial year for funds.

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Old August 1st, 2017, 05:39 AM   #124
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Meeting scheduled in Lucknow for international airport project at Jewar

A high-profile meeting to take the international airport project at Jewar further on track has been scheduled in Lucknow on Tuesday August 1, 2017. This was informed by Prabhat Kumar, Divisional Commissioner, Meerut and Chairperson Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) on Monday.

"The focus of the meeting is to finalize the funding for the land acquisition and the project," said Kumar. "We need to start the process of acquiring the land soon," he said.

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Old August 2nd, 2017, 10:17 AM   #125
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UP to fund Jewar airport, YEIDA to be nodal agency

The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) will be the nodal agency to set up the international airport in Jewar, Greater Noida. The decision has been taken at a high-level meeting held in Lucknow on Tuesday. "YEIDA will work on behalf of the Uttar Pradesh government and start acquiring land for the airport. Funds amounting to nearly Rs 4,000 crore for the first phase of the project will be provided by the state government," Prabhat Kumar, chairperson, YEIDA, told TOI from Lucknow.

Turning down the formation of a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to generate money for land acquisition, it was decided that YEIDA will start the land acquisition with money provided by state government," said Kumar, who is also the divisional commissioner, Meerut.

The airport project is proposed to be developed in three phases on a 3,000-hectare land. In the first phase, we need nearly 1,250 hectares (3,000 acres). To acquire this land, we will require Rs 4,000 crore. However, at least four runways will have to be readied in the first phase itself to accommodate aircraft. Considering this, it will be feasible to acquire the entire 3,000-hectare in the first phase itself," he said.

Nearly, 3,000 rural homes will have to be shifted from the path of the proposed airport and these families will have to be rehabilitated," he said

In the meeting, it was also decided that a techno-economic feasibility report (TEFR) shall be readied along with the land acquisition process. "A TEFR for the project has already been compiled in 2007-08. However, this report will either have to be taken up afresh or the old one updated. We will soon appoint a consultant for this purpose," he said. "Once the TEFR is done, environment clearances for the airport will also be sought. This work will be undertaken parallel with land acquisition," he said.

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Old August 3rd, 2017, 09:53 AM   #126
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Shifting of villages

in Phase 1 from 8 villages 3400 houses will be shifted to build the airport

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British team scouts for land, also weighs Jewar airport bid

A delegation representing British firms visited YEIDA on Thursday to scout for land in the area. Hoping to invest about Rs 5,000 crore to set up industry across 500 hectares of land, the delegation from the department for international trade met CEO Arunvir Singh. The delegation also expressed interest in the global bid for constructing the sanctioned international airport at Jewar.

Singh further said the delegation also showed an interest in constructing the upcoming airport project. "As per the delegation, they already have the requisite experience of providing consultancy services in constructing, designing and planning architecture of airports. We have asked them to participate in the global tender, which is likely to be initiated on August 21," he added.

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Old August 21st, 2017, 06:03 PM   #128
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New YEIDA Office

In ever new construction govt or private we need space for people to take shower. We want to develop cycle tracks but do not want to provide facilities. Any one using cycle in our hot and humid climate needs space in office to take shower. Without facilities not many people from middle and high income group will use cycle.

We have to move one step ahead from toilets. We must make showers mandatory in building construction laws.

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Old September 6th, 2017, 05:26 PM   #129
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Hudco offers Rs 3,000cr loan for Jewar airport

The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority board on Monday said it has received an in-principal approval from Central government agencies— Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO) and NCR Planning Board (NCRPB)—for a loan towards the international airport project in Jewar.

While HUDCO has agreed to give the entire loan of Rs 3,000 crore at an interest rate of Rs 10.5%, NCRPB has agreed to give Rs 500 crore at an interest rate of 7.5%

The proposal has now been forwarded to the Uttar Pradesh government for final approval. According to Arunvir Singh, CEO, YEIDA, its chairperson Prabhat Kumar had also requested the state government to provide the Authority, which has been designated as the nodal authority for the airport project, with some funds so that land acquisition process can be kick-started.

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Additional FAR will not be sold to builders, says YEIDA

Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) has decided not to sell additional floor area ratio (FAR) to developers. The decision was taken at the Authority's Board meeting on Monday.

According to YEIDA, the changes in FAR are often very significant on the planning of any area. If enhanced unscientifically, it could prove to be a burden on the infrastructure planned by the development authority. "The entire YEIDA area has been planned on 3.5 FAR, which is the primary FAR," said A N Upadhyay, additional CEO (ACEO) of YEIDA.

"If we sell additional FAR to developers, population density increases by almost 20% to 30%. This extra load on infrastructure, including civic amenities, could prove to be disastrous and take a toll on a city's planning and turn it into a slum," he said.

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Old September 19th, 2017, 06:50 AM   #131
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Panel set up to buy Jewar airport land

An eight-member committee has been set up by Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) to acquire land for the sanctioned international airport in Jewar. The Authority, which is the nodal agency for the project, is, meanwhile, awaiting a nod from the state government regarding the funds required for land acquisition. It needs at least Rs 3,000 crore for the first phase of the project.

The airport is to be developed in three phases across 3,000 hectares of land. In the first phase of the project, about 1,250 hectares of land will be required. To acquire this land, YEIDA will require about Rs 3,000 crore. This committee will do its homework to ensure the earmarked land is free from any dispute and can be acquired immediately without any delay as soon as we get a go-ahead from the state government," Amarnath Upadhyay, additional CEO (ACEO), YEIDA, told TOI.

YEIDA is, however, yet to get a final approval from the state government for the funds required for land acquisition. An in-principal approval has already been obtained from two central government agencies — Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO) and NCR Planning Board (NCRPB) — for a loan towards the project.


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Lucknow meeting pushes international airport at Jewar further on track

A high-level meeting was held in Lucknow on Monday to push the International airport project further on track. While a Government Order (GO)was issued by the Uttar Pradesh government formally appointing Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) as the nodal agency for carrying out the airport project, the government also directed that a decision soon be taken regarding the airport's Detailed Project Report (DPR) and Techno Economic Feasibility Report (TEFR), which were made out in 2007. The meeting was convened by the state Chief Secretary, Rajive Kumar.

Bhatia further said that the government will also soon decide which agency will be asked to give it a loan so that YEIDA can start the land acquisition process. On the directions of the state government, YEIDA has in September set up an 8-member committee, which will take up the task of acquiring land for the sanctioned international airport at Jewar.

"We are awaiting a nod from the state government regarding the funds for the land acquisition. An in-principal approval has already been obtained from Central government agencies— Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO) and NCR Planning Board (NCRPB)—for a loan towards the project. While HUDCO has agreed to give the entire loan of Rs 3000 crores at an interest rate of Rs 10.5%, NCRPB has agreed to give Rs 500 crore at an interest rate of 7.5%. The proposal is currently with the government for final approval," Bhatia said.

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Investment in YEIDA

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Chinese companies asked for 1000acre
Korea: 100acre
France: 12 acre
Thailand: 20acre

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UP gives in-principle approval for obtaining loan for international airport at Jewar

Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday has granted an in-principle approval for obtaining a loan of Rs 3000 crores from Central government agency— Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO)—for building an international airport at Jewar.

The nod came at a meeting held in Lucknow in the presence of state Industrial Development Commissioner (IDC) Anup Chandra Pandey and UP Principal Secretary Industries Alok Sinha.

According to officials of Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA), the decision will be inked in the next state cabinet meeting. "Since the airport is to be developed in three phases across 3000 hectares of land. In the first phase of the project about 1250 hectares of land will be required. To acquire this land, YEIDA will require about Rs 3,000 crores," Shailendra Bhatia, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), YEIDA told TOI from Lucknow.

YEIDA has been designated as the coordinating and negotiating agency for obtaining the loan on behalf of the state government from HUDCO," he said. In September this year, HUDCO had in-principle agreed to give the entire loan of Rs 3000 crores at an interest rate of Rs 10.5% to UP.

Bhatia further said that since land acquisition process has to be kick started with immediate effect, the IDC on Wednesday also directed the state civil aviation department to present an interim supplementary budget to the government for clearing an amount of Rs 1000 crore. "This amount will be used to start the land acquisition for the airport project," the OSD said. "We expect both decisions to happen without any delay so as to expedite the project," he added. On the directions of the state government, YEIDA has in September this year set up an 8-member committee, which will take up the task of acquiring land for the sanctioned international airport at Jewar.

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Eight villages marked for land acquisition in Jewar

Eight villages have been earmarked in Jewar for the first phase of land acquisition for the international airport, YEIDA officials said on Monday.

To acquire the land by invoking Section 4 of the Uttar Pradesh Land Acquisition Act, 2013, YEIDA needs Rs 330 crore. "We have sent a letter to the state government seeking funds immediately so that we can start the process of acquiring land," said Arun Vir Singh, CEO, YEIDA.

According to Singh, the land acquisition will be videographed with the help of drone cameras to ensure that no land mafia intervenes in the process. "The present location, position and status of the land will be videographed so that it is put on record and land mafia cannot contest it and lay claim to it in future," the CEO said. "We have requested the state government to take our request for roving the funds for the acquisition on priority. Once we have the initial 10% of Rs 3,000 crore, which is Rs 330 crore, which has to be paid to the district administration to start the land acquisition process, we can start our work," he said. "If we get the funds, we plan to start the process by November 10," he added.

Four tehsildars and district land officials will be tasked with handling all procedures for acquiring the land in two villages each. One additional tehsildar will assist the sub divisional magistrate in the process," said Singh. "In the first phase of the project, over 1,200 hectares of land has to be acquired in eight villages. These villages include Runhera, Kishorepur, Mukim Sivara, Dayanatpur, Rohi, Parohi, Ramner and Banwariwaas," he said.

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Five companies in fray to prepare Jewar airport report

Five companies have come forward to prepare the Techno-Economic Feasibility Report (TEFR) for the sanctioned international airport at Jewar, Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) stated on Wednesday. The tender was floated on November 11, 2017.

The selected company will be finalized by next month. According to YEIDA officials, the five companies include KPMG, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, McKinsey & Company and Larsen & Toubro.

"We have scheduled a pre-bid meeting for all applicants on November 24. Thereafter, the technical bids will be finalized on December 11, 2017and the financial bids a few days later," said Arun Vir Singh, CEO, YEIDA.

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Jewar airport to be developed in four phases

Nearly 3,000 hectares of land would be needed for the development of an international airport at Jewar near Noida and 1,206 hectares costing around Rs 3,000 crore would be needed in the first phase, according to Uttar Pradesh government estimates.

The Uttar Pradesh cabinet headed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has gave its go ahead for formalities to be completed and an 'in-principle' nod being sought for the development of the Noida International Greenfield Airport at a meeting here last night.

The airport in Gautam Buddha Nagar will be developed in four phases, an official spokesman said. The cabinet gave its go-ahead to complete formalities to apply with the Union government for in-principle approval for development of the Jewar airport, the spokesman said

The Union government had given site clearance approval for the project on July 5. The Union home ministry has also given a No-Objection Certificate (NOC) for the project on October 5.

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YEIDA received 330cr from Up govt. HUDCO also sanctioned 3000cr loan

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YEIDA handed over Rs 330 crore to acquire land for Jewar airport

The Noida Authority has handed over Rs 330 crore to Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority to start the process of land acquisition in Jewar for the international airport. In a meeting held on December 5, the Uttar Pradesh cabinet had approved the disbursal of money to YEIDA.

CEO, YEIDA, Arun Vir Singh, after receiving the draft from Noida Authority, has sent a formal proposal to district magistrate B N Singh to start the process of acquiring land for the project. According to sources, the DM will seek a government notification invoking Section 4 of the Uttar Pradesh Land Acquisition Act, 2013.

According to YEIDA officials, the process for completing proceedings under Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Act will be completed within two weeks. "The farmers will be paid compensation as per the Act and will also be rehabilitated as per the norms," he said.

For the first phase of the 3,000-hectare four-phase project, at leats 1,206 hectares has to be acquired across eight villages. These villages include Runhera, Kishorepur, Mukim Sivara, Dayanatpur, Rohi, Parohi, Ramner and Banwariwaas, Singh said. "To acquire this land, YEIDA will require nearly Rs 3,000 crore. We have already consulted a Central government agency— Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited—for a loan. We are awaiting directions from the state government regarding this," he said.

Meanwhile, bids for the techno economic feasibility report (TEFR) will be opened on December 18. "We have also amended the timeline for preparing and submitting the TEFR, which will be within 12 weeks," said Singh.

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