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Old October 28th, 2008, 09:05 AM   #1
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Goa Projects Thread

I found some projects and didnt have anywhere to put them because there was no thread for Goa. So this thread can be used to track projects from Goa.
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Old October 28th, 2008, 09:12 AM   #2
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Old November 4th, 2008, 02:25 PM   #4
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Parsvnath Hotel at Patto Plaza receives five-star approval

Parsvnath Hotels Ltd, a subsidiary of Parsvnath Developers Limited (PDL), has received five-star category approval from the Ministry of Tourism for its hotel project at Patto Plaza, Panaji. The construction of the hotel is undertaken by Parsvnath Hotels Limited and the hotel is expected to be operational by end of 2010.

The project is being developed on a total land area of around 3150.20 sq. ft. The hotel offers 125 rooms and suites, a coffee shop, multi cuisine and specialty restaurants, a bar and a few shops. Speaking on the occasion, Parsvnath Hotels Limited, Deepak Mowar, Vice President Hotels said, “Goa which is renowned for its beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture is now also emerging as a convention centre. What was much needed in the destination attracting hundreds of thousands of international and domestic visitors each year was a place that addresses the leisure as well as business needs of the tourists. Situated in the heart of Panaji this project offers best business opportunity in the area.”

Source: http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/d...aid=2493&sid=1
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Old November 5th, 2008, 06:30 PM   #5
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Kamala Group to build Rock-N-Roll Mall in Goa

The 50-year-old Mumbai-based Kamala Group is constructing a shopping mall-cum-multiplex Rock-N-Roll Mall at Mapusa, North Goa. The mall project aims to launch Kamala Group as the premier real estate developer in the state. The commercial complex is scheduled to be completed by February 2010; however, the cost of the project has not been disclosed.

The Group has developed more than 20 million sq. ft residential, commercial and industrial space, and over 10 million sq. ft is in the pipeline across various locations like Mumbai, Pune and Lucknow.

The company has also forayed into SEZ, renewable energy, textiles, power, electronics and lifestyle business.

Source: http://www.projectsmonitor.com/detai...17301&secid=28
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Old November 7th, 2008, 05:24 PM   #6
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MayFair Group to set up high - end boutique property in South Goa

The MayFair Hotels & Resorts Ltd has very recently taken over a three star property in South Goa called Betul Beach Resort. The take over now provides the MayFair Group with all authority to restructure, manage and operate the property.

Talking to TravelBiz Monitor, Dilip Ray, Chairman, MayFair Hotels & Resorts Ltd. disclosed, “We took over the property last week. Considering that it is an existing property, we will completely refurbish the hotel to upgrade it to a high-end boutique hotel in South Goa. We are also awaiting approval for an additional five to six acres of land, which we have identified close to the property; it will sport our villas.”

Work on the 32-room Betul Beach Resort will begin from early next month. The project is estimated to be complete by June 2009 so that the Group has the levy of catching the next season. Each 400 sq. ft. room will be redesigned. The property will boast of the Pevonia Spa, as well. Plans are also afoot to build villas with individual swimming pools once the additional land is acquired. Post acquisition of the additional land, the Group plans to build around 20-30 additional rooms, taking the total room inventory to around 60 rooms.

Ray further divulged, “We are looking to buy smaller properties in and around Goa. We will primarily promote the new property in East India, where it is well established and the West, due to the presence of many high-net

individuals and groups. Our idea is to promote Goa in the East and bring in many tourists from there. We will also leverage the travel trade’s goodwill that came around for the IATO Convention, in order to further promote the Group and its properties.”

Taking a cue from the company’s existing properties in the East, the new property (which is yet to be named) will showcase an Oriental and Portuguese flavour in its look and feel. As per recent developments, the MayFair Gangtok property will be ready by next month. The Group is also keen to have a presence in North west India with Udaipur and Jaipur.

Source: http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/d...aid=2525&sid=1
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Old November 20th, 2008, 06:04 PM   #7
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Rajiv Gandhi IT PARK

Can you tell where is the location for this IT PARK in GOA and who is Developer.
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Old November 22nd, 2008, 06:27 AM   #8
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INFO ON THE PROJECT:

Link:http://www.bsel.com/Rajiv_gandhi_it_park.htm

The developer is: BSEL Infrasturcture Realty LDT.

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Prime Location: Located in the heart of the city (Capital city of the State of Goa)


BSEL has partnered with Unity Infraprojects Ltd on this first IT Park in Goa with a total saleable area of the property estimated to be 1,000,000 sq.ft


Current Status: Construction plans being finalized


Expected start date - May 2008/ Expected completion date - June 2010


BSEL and Unity Infrastructure are equal partners


BSEL share of land and project cost equals 500,000 sq
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Old November 23rd, 2008, 10:05 AM   #9
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New hospital



Demolition and reconstruction of 220 bedded hospital in place of Public Health Cente (I. D. Hospital) at Sadar Ponda Goa.
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COLVA | Akar Excelsior




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^A video of the project


^A video of the progress of the project

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Old November 25th, 2008, 11:10 AM   #11
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VANELIM | Aquamarina Phase II


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A link for more info:http://www.akarhomesgoa.com/projects...ts.asp?P_id=33
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Old November 30th, 2008, 05:30 PM   #12
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Riviera de Goa plans to add additional facilities

Riviera de Goa, the first five-star property of Goa based real estate developer Riviera Constructions situated in Arpora, North Goa is in the process of adding in more facilities in its property including a casino. The 104 room property also plans to increase its room inventory by 80 rooms. The rooms are expected to be ready by end 2009. The casino which is presently under development will be called Mint Club and is expected to start operations by February 2009.

The property presently houses three restaurants including Caffeine, the 24 hour coffee shop, Flame, the multi cuisine restaurant and CoBa, the coastal barbeque pool side restaurant. Riviera Constructions has invested about Rs 100 Crore for the development of this property. It also manages a three-star hotel Lagoa Azul in Goa. The company plans to develop its brand of Riviera de Goa Resorts & Hotels Pvt Ltd in the Goan market.

Source: http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/d...aid=2693&sid=1
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Mormugao port expansion: Proactive role for private sector

Mormugao port expansion: Proactive role for private sector

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Trade and industry associations should participate at the early stages of project planning rather than wait for government to provide them a ready project site for development.
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Private sector participation in port infrastructure development has usually been forthcoming only after the Government or sponsoring organisations have made significant progress in the identification of potential sites, land acquisition, clearing encroached land areas, rehabilitation and relocation, shifting of utilities, etc.

The cumbersome bureaucratic procedures, and oftentimes vested local political interests, lead to inordinate delays in the preparatory activities in obtaining vacant possession of excellent waterfronts, and foreshore and land locations

Mormugao Port Trust has had to overcome several seemingly insurmountable obstacles in its efforts to augment port facilities; this strongly suggests that the private sector should partner the efforts of government and autonomous statutory bodies, such as the major port trusts, right from the earliest stages of infrastructural projects. Essentially, the responsibility of the corporate sector in nation-building should be much wider in scope, and the private sector must really step in at an earlier stage than participation only at the RFQ and RFP stages.

A case in point is the proposed development of Vasco Bay as a port terminal, for which MPT has been striving since the last decade. Participation of such trade and industry bodies as the CII, Ficci, Assocham, FIEO, chambers of commerce and trade associations would have been invaluable in expediting the growth of infrastructure facilities at MPT. Even at this stage, constructive intervention by these organisations would be a catalyst in the process of activating dormant projects.

Development of Vasco Bay

Vasco Bay comprises a well-protected and tranquil water area of approximately 175 acres within the notified limits of Mormugao Port Trust, Goa. The land on Vasco beach, within 50 yards of the High Tide Line (HTL), also belongs to MPT. The turning circle of the Mormugao Port Navigation Channel is on the edge of Vasco Bay.

Berth Nos. 10 and 11 of MPT, which are fully operational berths, fall within the Vasco Bay which, being on the sheltered side of the Headland Hill, is well protected from monsoon winds.

In short, Vasco Bay is an excellent site for development of port infrastructure in the form of at least six, if not eight berths, with the minimum expenditure — an ideal brownfield site for developing port and shipping operation facilities.

Being within MPT limits, and affording easy possibilities of reclamation of huge areas in view of shallow water depths near the shores, further land acquisition is not required at all.

With the completion of the 4-Lane NH-17 B right up to MPT, Vasco Bay will have excellent 4-lane road connectivity. The existing railway tracks within MPT can be easily extended up to Vasco Bay, without any land acquisition issues, thus providing good connectivity to South Western Railway (SWR), and Konkan Railway Corporation (KRC).

Excellent potential

Despite all this, the site has remained undeveloped for years now, given the occupation by some 400 slum-dwellers on the MPT land, within 50 yards of the HTL on Vasco beach, and also because of the existence of a somewhat makeshift fishing jetty at Khariwada (Vasco Beach area), virtually within arm’s length of Berth No. 11 of MPT.

The 300 or so fishing trawlers which crowd the port operational waters near Berth Nos. 10 and 11 are a major impediment to the smooth movements of merchant ships. Besides, MPT runs the enormous risk of losing its status as an ISPS-compliant (International Ships Facilities and Port Security Code) Port, in the event of which foreign going ships will stop calling at the port.

Thus, the Vasco Bay Port Terminal can be developed, if at all this is allowed by the concerned authorities, only as and when the families residing on MPT land within 50 yards of the HTL are relocated, and the Khariwada Fishing Jetty is shifted to some other suitable location outside the Vasco Bay — towards which MPT has been making consistent efforts for many years.

Relocation of slum-dwellers

Very recently, MPT has taken up the matter of rehabilitation and relocation of the Khariwada slum dwellers under the Integrated Housing Slum Development Programme (IHSDP), a scheme implemented by the Ministry of Urban Poverty Alleviation, under the overall umbrella of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission.

Under this scheme, each of the families will be given one or more residential units, depending upon their present area of occupation of MPT land. Each family will thus get legitimate housing of their own, completely free of cost. MPT is agreeable to bear the cost of implementation of the slum development programme in conjunction with the Government.

Towards this objective, MPT has already appointed a Central Government approved Consultant for preparing the DPR and implementation of the rehabilitation programme. The Consultant has been in continuous interaction with the residents of Khariwada, who have now started appreciating the possible benefits of agreeing to their relocation. However, as always, there are some residents who, due to obvious vested interests, are making efforts to sabotage the scheme and stall the development of further port infrastructure.

Shifting of jetty

MPT has also offered to construct a world-class fishing jetty for the Khariwada fishermen at a suitable location outside Vasco Bay, but within MPT limits. No land acquisition or relocation/ rehabilitation issues will arise in respect of the proposed new fishing jetty.

MPT will bear the entire cost of approximately Rs 40 crore, along with the Department of Food Processing under the Ministry of Agriculture, for constructing the new jetty with facilities such as ice water plant, sorting yard, etc. Thus the Khariwada fishermen will have a safer, extremely modern and better-equipped fishing jetty than the present unsafe and broken-down one.

For constructing the new fishing jetty, MPT is on the verge of obtaining environmental clearance from the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India, New Delhi.

As trade and industry associations, federations, and others would be aware, the process of obtaining environment clearance is exacting, tedious, and long drawn out.

The Environment Committee has duly taken into consideration all possible aspects of the matter, including rehabilitation and relocation of the fishing jetty to its new site east of Alparqueiros Hill, as well as the R&R of the slum dwellers living on MPT land.

Anticipating resistance from the local residents and fishermen to the relocation of the fishing jetty, as well as to the rehabilitation of the slum dwellers, MPT has asked the MoEF to issue directions for holding a public hearing, in which all concerned can be given an opportunity to voice their views.

Further, there may be little support from the local government to the proposed development plans of MPT. In such circumstances, there is every likelihood of the public hearing going against the efforts of MPT to augment much needed national port infrastructure.

MPT, therefore, hopes that the CII, Ficci, Assocham and the other such bodies, being enlightened and responsible representatives of the corporate sector, will pitch in and contribute their utmost in convincing the concerned authorities of the necessity of clearing Vasco Bay of the impediments / obstacles that have been inhibiting the growth of port infrastructure.

The proposed public hearing would be the ideal forum for such industry and trade bodies, and other similar organisations to voice their views on the necessity of rehabilitating and relocating both, the encroachers and the Khariwada fishing jetty.

It is MPT’s earnest suggestion that in situations like the one narrated above, trade and industrial associations of the country should participate at the early stages of project planning, and strongly convey their considered views, rather than waiting for government to provide them a ready project site for development.

A pro-active role by Ficci, Assocham and others at an early stage, even at the time of identification of potential sites, would go a long way in the development of much needed infrastructure.

(The author is Chairman, Mormugao Port Trust. [email protected])
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Old February 24th, 2009, 09:17 AM   #14
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isnt Goa supposed to be in the South of India rather than the west ?
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Lets hope Goa gets the right headlines last year was not a good year for them.
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isnt Goa supposed to be in the South of India rather than the west ?
Here is a map of West India.

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