The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) plans mini Anna Nagar on 800-acre plot near Tambaram
A mini-Anna Nagar with broad roads, layouts, and even an iconic construction of its personal just like the tower, is to come back up on 800 acres round Agaramthen village, 17 km from Tambaram. It would be the first housing venture underneath the land pooling scheme within the state. The venture will emulate some designs of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), equivalent to designated business hubs.
The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) is executing the residential venture underneath which 60 per cent of the developed land parcel can be returned to landlords. The remainder of the land could be used for roads, together with a 100-foot avenue, parks, playgrounds and plots for faculties.
The space would developed underneath the city planning scheme of the planning authority on the strains of Anna Nagar, CIT Nagar, R A Puram and T Nagar, for which the Centre has granted Rs1 crore underneath the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) for capability constructing.
Housing and concrete growth division sources stated the CMDA has began partaking with farmers round Agaramthen for the aim. “Around 800 acres will have all infrastructure to meet parameters required for a layout. We will finalise a distinctive structure on the lines Anna Nagar tower in consultation with experts,” a housing and concrete growth official informed TOI.
Anna Nagar was born when Tamil Nadu Housing Board laid out plots within the late 1960s. Similarly, the CMDA’s venture can even deal with creating the land. “One of the key design elements will be every neighbourhood having a central point earmarked for recreational facilities, places for people to gather and small commercial shops,” the official added.
Construction sector specialists stated that such tasks will enhance deliberate growth of neighbourhoods on the outskirts of Chennai. Builders Association of India state treasurer S Ramaprabhu stated Anna Nagar promoted actual property development in a radius of round 10km round it. “The reality is people would invest in such plots developed by government agencies that will meet all development rules and regulations,” he stated.
Early this 12 months, the state authorities launched the draft guidelines for the Land Pooling Scheme, two years after its launch.