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Any further progress ? How is the Land Aquisition in Tamil Nadu progressed? The highway department must start planting trees along the highway only then benefits can be accrued when the highway is completed. Hope anyone listens!!!!
 

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Centre to include State in industrial corridor

It will contribute to developing manufacturing industries
The Central government has decided to extend the Chennai-Bengaluru industrial corridor to Kochi.

The decision to extend the corridor to Kochi via Coimbatore was conveyed to the State government by the National Industrial Corridor Development and Implementation Trust (NICDIT) on Wednesday, the Chief Minister’s office said.

Earlier, when the National Industrial Corridor was extended to various States, Kerala had not figured in the map. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan then consistently pursued the issue and mounted pressure on the Centre till securing a positive decision.

Establishment of the corridor will substantially contribute to developing manufacturing industries in the region and transform the Kochi-Palakkad region into a major manufacturing hub of South India. Once established, the industrial activity will be dispersed to other regions of the State, with forward and backward linkages.

Two integrated manufacturing clusters would be developed, one in Palakkad and the other at Salem in Tamil Nadu.

The natural gas infrastructure will play considerable role for various applications, including power generation, heating and cooling in various industries and process requirement in industrial units.

The project will initiate a trend of reverse migration, attracting the young manpower from the State resorting to various manufacturing activities, including high-end engineering works within the State. The project is expected to trigger the overall economic growth of the State and its employment generation on a sustainable mode.

Earlier, NICDIT had insisted on providing 2,000 acres to 5,000 acres of land for setting up the integrated manufacturing clusters. But the State government had informed the Centre of the problems in securing such huge tracts of land and it conceded to scale it down to 1,800 acres. This land has been identified in Palakkad, Kannambra, Uzhalapathy, and Puthussery. A major tract of the land is already in the possession of Kinfra.

The Centre and the State government would jointly form a special purpose vehicle for managing the clusters. Cost of the land would be the State’s share in the company. The Centre would expend ₹870 crore for the project. The cluster in Kerala would be located on either sides of the Kochi-Salem National Highway. This would comprise electronics, food processing, agro-based units, IT and traditional industries too. This is expected to provide 10,000 jobs.
 

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Work on Bengaluru-Chennai greenfield expressway to start early next year

With the land acquisition almost complete, work on the 262-km-long Bengaluru-Chennai greenfield expressway is likely to commence early next year.

The eight-lane expressway, which was proposed in 2011, was hit by the delay in land acquisition as it runs through three states – Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

“Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh have completed the land acquisition process while it has reached the final stages in Tamil Nadu. We hope Tamil Nadu will complete the land acquisition by end of this year or early next year. Once the acquisition process is over, we will call tenders for the concessionaire under the hybrid annuity mode for all the three phases together,” a senior NHAI official said.

The Bengaluru-Chennai greenfield expressway begins at Hoskote in Karnataka and runs a distance of 75.64 km within the state.

In Andhra Pradesh, it runs for a length of 88.30 km in Chittoor district. The expressway would pass through Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram and Vellore districts in Tamil Nadu before ending at Sriperumbudur after covering 98.32 km.

For this project, nearly 2,600 hectares of land would be acquired in three states – Karnataka (800 hectares), Andhra Pradesh (900 hectares) and Tamil Nadu (900 hectares). “The expressway is proposed along a new alignment, having six-lane carriageway with paved shoulders, to be developed as a fully access controlled facility. With the highway being designed for vehicular speed of 120 km per hour, it will have no intersections and will have pedestrian and vehicular underpasses to ensure safety,” the NHAI official said.

There are two existing routes from Chennai to Bengaluru — one other via Krishnagiri and Ranipet, which runs to a distance of 372 km and the other via Kolar, Chittoor, Ranipet and Kancheepuram, which is 335 km long.

Source : https://www.dtnext.in/News/City/201...engaluruChennai-greenfield-expressway-to-.vpf
 

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It is going thru a major forest area, did they get env. clearance.
 

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First set of tenders for Consultancy services for Detailed Master Plan for two sectors under the CBIC,

1. Preparation Of Detailed Master Plan And Preliminary Design Report for Roads & Services/ Utilities for Ponneri Industrial Area in Tamil Nadu under CBIC Project

Request for Qualification (RfQ) cum Request for Proposal (RfP) for Selection of Consultant for Preparation Of Detailed Master Plan And Preliminary Design Report for Roads & Services/ Utilities for Ponneri Industrial Area in Tamil Nadu under CBIC Project
(Ref No: CBIC/2020/02/002)


The Government of India has envisaged the development of Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) to achieve accelerated development and regional industry agglomeration in the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC), a special purpose company, has been entrusted to select the consultants for the CBIC Project..

Online tenders through e-procurement are invited by Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC) from interested bidders for Selection of Consultant for Preparation Of Detailed Master Plan And Preliminary Design Report for Roads & Services/ Utilities for Ponneri Industrial Area in Tamil Nadu under CBIC Project. The salient features of the project, eligibility criteria and prescribed formats for submission can be accessed in the RfQ cum RfP document uploaded on the website: www.dmicdc.com or from Central Public Procurement Portal (http://eprocure.gov.in).

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Ltd
8th Floor, Tower-1, LIC, Jeevan Bharti Building,
Connaught Place
New Delhi-110001 Tel: +91 11 23317884-8
CIN: U45400DL2008PLC172316
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
2. Preparation of Detailed Master Plan and Preliminary Design Report for Roads & Services/ Utilities for Integrated Manufacturing Cluster (IMC) at Dharmapuri-Salem Node in Tamil Nadu under Extension of Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) to Kochi via Coimbatore

Preparation of Detailed Master Plan and Preliminary Design Report for Roads & Services/ Utilities for Integrated Manufacturing Cluster (IMC) at Dharmapuri-Salem Node in Tamil Nadu under Extension of Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) to Kochi via Coimbatore
(Ref No: KCIC/2020/02/002)


The Government of India has envisaged the development of Kochi Coimbatore Industrial Corridor (KCIC) as extension of Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) to achieve accelerated development and regional industry agglomeration in the states of Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC), a special purpose company, has been entrusted to select the consultants for the KCIC Project.

Online tenders through e-procurement are invited by Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Limited (DMICDC) from interested bidders for Selection of Consultant for Preparation of Detailed Master Plan and Preliminary Design Report for Roads & Services/ Utilities for Integrated Manufacturing Cluster (IMC) at Dharampuri-Salem Node in Tamil Nadu under under Extension of Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) to Kochi via Coimbatore. The salient features of the project, eligibility criteria and prescribed formats for submission can be accessed in the RfQ cum RfP document uploaded on the website: www.dmicdc.com or from Central Public Procurement Portal (http://eprocure.gov.in).

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Ltd
8th Floor, Tower-1, LIC, Jeevan Bharti Building,
Connaught Place
New Delhi-110001 Tel: +91 11 23317884-8
CIN: U45400DL2008PLC172316
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
 
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