The report is also illustrated with the help of maps, which are enclosed with it. OBJECTIVES. Noida Master Plan – has been prepared with the following. 21 Oct To a normal eye, this map wont be much different than the previous one. Naturally, the sectors remain where they were. However, there are few. Download Noida Master Plan & Map and complete report. Also check out summary of master development plan of Noida (). Save time & effort!.
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This city is also bound to expand in size with time, and being located in close proximity to Noida, would surely influence the development of the city. Industrial Activities are dominant economic functions of Noida.
The intra city transport system will be integrated with the Metro corridor through the stations and feeder bus services on intra city road network. The major noiea have been planned horizontally from southwest to northeast interconnected by perpendicular roads forming a grid and dividing the area into sectors.
The remaining area of the township is in the process of being developed. Population of Noida is estimated mazter be about 25 lakhs by It has necessitated to the reservation of more land for Industrial uses. This proposed road link will help in connecting the National highway No. This is flood prone area and suitable to river front development only.
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Another factor, which is likely to have far reaching implications for the growth potential of Noida is the development of Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway Industrial area townships on a contiguous territory east of the river Hindon. A comparative analysis of land use distribution in Noida Master Plan — and in proposed Noida Master Plan has been shown in the following table. It is a major revenue earner for the government through taxes. The township is planned on the concept of self-contained integrated township.
A comparative analysis of land use development with reference to proposed land use in Noida Master Plan reveals that about Accordingly, in the noida master plana Rail corridor has been proposed for this in sector and The population of Noida is estimated on the basis of above table is 25 lakhs for the year of Residential facilities are allowed in commercial and institutional area to make the better utilization of land for varying uses and also to contain the requirement of transport facilities for work places.
The Noida Master Plan was revised in for the perspective year of Agriculture is well developed as the soil is fertile and irrigation facilities are well provided in the area. The ground coverage and floor area ratio shall be in accordance of the prime land uses of the plot.
It indicates that the development of Noida has been more than what was provisionally envisaged in Noida Master Plan Its growth during last two decades also indicates that population projections cannot be made by any normal mathematical method. The retail commercial activities were allowed to be restricted on the ground floor and residential activities were allowed on the upper floors. The proposed road linkages will connect the city with the regional movement system to and from the city.
Accordingly 15, hectares of land is earmarked under the proposed land use by in noida master plan. UP government later got a master plan prepared for the development of a new city, namely, Greater Noida for a population ofto be achieved by the year This was a conscious decision of the Noida Authority to make the best possible and viable use of remaining residential land and to meet the increased demand for affordable housing in the NCR.
Plantation has also been done in some pockets. The earlier drafts of Noida Master Plan had projected the population of Noida for the years of and by various methods and stipulated the population to be 7 lakhs to 9 lakhs by The Government of Uttar Pradesh, with a view to curb haphazard developmental activities in this potential area, decided to acquire about 70, hectares of land for planned urban development.
A new road link between Noida and Faridabad is proposed connecting the N. The overall population density of the urban area is proposed to be persons per hectare in noida master planwhich is well within the pph category suggested for Metro cities in the NCR — Regional Plan — and is also comparable with other towns.
You can download the complete report for master development plan of noida and land use map from here. Regional rail and road networks have been proposed keeping in view the potentially advantageous location of Noida in relation to major transport routes linking Delhi Urban Area and Ghaziabad.
These Metro corridors will be accessible at selected intervals through stations as per noida master plan There are two major roads that have been proposed in Noida, one is the Expressway linking Noida with Greater Noida and another road in the multi-modal corridor that will connect the city with Ghaziabad in the north and Faridabad in the south.
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A railway line has been proposed in llan multi-modal transport system. Noida has emerged as a major economic hub in the past couple of decades.
Greater Noida is also now planned for a population of 12 lakhs by The Noida Authority is in the process of acquiring the entire land for its planned development. Both these Plans had significant implications for the development potential of Noida.
Noida has been planned on a gridiron pattern. This area is not suitable for urbanization. Its development during last one decade indicates that the pace of development is more than what was expected in earlier Master Plans.
Noida is one of the fastest growing urban centres in India. It envisages a population of 25 lakhs by for Noida.
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Likes Followers Followers Subscribers Followers. Details of proposed land use in Noida Master Plan — and Actual development in the year — It is therefore, pla to have population density in the already majority developed Residential sectors below persons per hectare. Development in industry, commerce and trade have led Noida to be a model city in UP.