Shifting forward with land acquisition course of for 6km lengthy and 200ft extensive hyperlink between the Airport Highway and Kharar-Landran highway, the Larger Mohali Space Growth Authority (GMADA) has issued a notification underneath Part 19 of the Land Acquisition Act for 73 acres. The acquisition course of will probably be accomplished by the October finish.
Part 19 of the Act refers back to the quantity to be decided as compensation.
The hyperlink highway, which was proposed 5 years in the past, will enhance connectivity from the Airport Highway to Kharar. With some main townships resembling TDI, Ansal, and Gateway Metropolis adjoining it, the highway will divide sectors 116 and 92 and sectors 117 and 74A to move by Chappar Chiri Khurd, Chappar Chiri Kalan, Chajju Majra, Baliali and Ballomajra earlier than connecting to the Kharar-Landran highway close to Swaraj manufacturing facility. The highway is part of the Mohali grasp plan.
A senior officer of GMADA stated, “Now we have issued a notification underneath Part 19 of the Land Acquisition Act and will probably be finishing the acquisition course of by October finish this 12 months.”
Umang Jindal, founder, Homeland Group, stated the hyperlink highway will probably be a greater different to individuals travelling between Chandigarh and Kharar. “The stretch may also assist the individuals residing close by as at current, a hyperlink highway is lacking and commuters need to take an extended route,” he added.
GMADA chief engineer Devinder Singh stated, “We are going to float the tenders for building as soon as the land acquisition course of is over.”
Extension of Airport Highway 75% full
The 75% work of extension of the 200ft PR7 highway, generally generally known as the Airport Highway, has been accomplished. The extension begins from the dividing highway of sectors 120/125 (NH 5), Sunny Enclave and connects the PR4 highway in New Chandigarh (Mullanpur).
The work was allotted at a price of ₹121 crore and will probably be accomplished by December this 12 months.
The highway extension will cut back the space between Mohali and New Chandigarh and is predicted to save lots of 15-20 minutes of travelling time between the 2 cities.