|District||Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
New Chandigarh, located in Punjab is an extension to the city of Chandigarh. It is touted to be a completely new satellite city of Chandigarh and is located west in the vicinity of Chandigarh, is a new settlement designed as Punjab's first "smart city".
First Eco City of Punjab[edit | edit source]
GMADA, the local planning authority of Greater Mohali Region had declared Mullanpur as first Eco & Smart City of Punjab. Mullanpur will be part of New Chandigarh. New Chandigarh will be composed of 32 villages. The first phase of this town has already been declared and land acquisition and plot allotment process has been started. It will host many parks and tourist places. The master plan of the city is prepared by Singapore-based company Jurong International. This city will primarily as residential city with high living. This city will host nonpolluting industries like Information Technology and Hospitals. Some Software companies has already purchased land here.
Apart from the major player GMADA, which has already started the land acquisition and plot allotment process, there are many private players.
DLF Universal Ltd is planning to set up a 750-acre township. The company has acquired 226 acres of land for the first phase and company has acquired 126 acres of land for the Second phase. OMAX Group and Altus Space Builders are also developing residential townships. Other developers include the MANOHAR sing Group and Curo Developers.
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References[edit | edit source]
- "New Chandigarh gets in-principle approval".
- "New Chandigarh to have green trails, water front".
- "Look who owns land near New Chandigarh".
- "'New Chandigarh' project will be a strong contender for this "smart" tag as the township is fast taking shape as a modern planned habitation".
- "New Chandigarh will not be yet another parasite on Corbusian Chandigarh, but the state's first Smart -City".
- "New Chandigarh will be Punjab's first smart city'".
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