Noida, 9th July 2018: After almost 16 years of mooting the Jewar International Airport formation plan, the news of the approval to the same has been published in a real estate news India publication on April 23rd, 2018. This airport, after constructing, will be the second airport of the National Capital Region. The last hurdle had been cleared by the Environment Ministry and it has got the final clearance on 12th June 2018.
This airport in Jewar has been planned to occupy 5,000 Hectares area just beside the 165-Km. long Yamuna Expressway. Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) is pre-planning to add two lanes on both sides of the six-lane Yamuna Expressway. Around 5 Million daily commuters are expected on the Yamuna Expressway after Jewar Airport starts its operation, these additional two lanes will be added to deal with the situation.
Uttar Pradesh Government is planning to have two different railway systems connected to the upcoming airport. One of the Rapid Rail Transit System (RRTS) routes will be adjoined to the Greater Noida metro extended to the Jewar International Airport. Setting up a direct link between IGI Airport and the Jewar Airport has been also proposed. Three RRTS routes from Sarai Kale Khan hub to Alwar, Panipat, and Meerut are already approved.
After getting the final approval on 12th June, the authorities have started the process to acquire 5,000 Hectares land as decided. The YEIDA and the PwC consultants are jointly making a bid document as the final bidding process needs to be finished by July 2018. The foundation laying ceremony for Jewar International Airport project will be held on October 2018. The total estimated budget to build this airport is INR. 20,000 Crores. The construction of the project will be started in March 2019, and the first phase is expected to get completed by 2023.
According to the latest real estate news, the YEIDA officials are going to visit the villagers to attest their consent and take care of any objection made by any villager. These visits will take the start from 16th July 2018 as only 2 months timeline has been framed for this procedure. There are four phases allotted to complete the whole project, the first phase will consist the construction of an earmarked land of 1,200 Hectares spread over 8 villages. Refer to the below data.
- Ramner Village – 6.01 Hectares
- Banwariwas Village – 6.67 Hectares
- Mukeempur Shivara Village – 58.79 Hectares
- Ranehra Village – 100.59 Hectares
- Parohi Village – 134.19 Hectares
- Kishorpur Village – 150.53 Hectares
- Dayanatpur Village – 389.64 Hectares
- Rohi Village – 481.53 Hectares
A separate meeting in each village will be held to educate the locals about the project, and land acquisition. After getting consents from the landowners, the committee will prepare a report and send it to the Uttar Pradesh Government for approval. If the sources are to be believed then the farmers will cooperate with the Government if they get paid four times the land’s circle rate. One of the villagers said that they have also demanded jobs for them after they get displaced from their lands.
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