GNIDA set to announce shortlist for urban planning and design in Noida
Greater Noida is a planned metropolis in the Gautam Budh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh. The UP Industrial Region Development Act of 1976 established the city to extend the Noida region. This expansion is managed by the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA).
The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) has appointed some architecture companies to handle urban planning and design.
According to chief executive Narendra Bhooshan, GNIDA shortlists companies to design flyovers, underpasses and industrial buildings. The company will be appointed directly for urban planning and designing its projects once the council has shortlisted them. Moreover, the chief executive further added that standard amenities would be made available to residents.
The experts will assist the authority in real estate and infrastructure projects, site evaluation, structural audits, and putting up signage, street lighting, and maintaining the overall design of the place. More than 275 employees are engaged in contractual work and several vendors work on a contract basis with GNIDA for several operational tasks. According to the officials, five officials are available for architecture and urban planning and design work in the planning division.
Apart from 200 residential projects, the authority has more than 54,000 allottees who have purchased plots for building industries, commercial establishments, houses, and other institutions. Additionally, many people have taken properties under the Kisan Abadi Scheme. In response to news reports, a senior official said that the existing planning department is overburdened because it must review building plans of existing allottees who wish to expand.
Moreover, officials noted that the authority is also planning to build a hospital and an educational facility.
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