An official said, “A survey will be conducted of both the lands to decide whether to develop a farmhouse scheme or agro-warehousing scheme. A report will be tabled in a review meeting on Tuesday”.
Moreover, JDA will soon launch agro-warehousing scheme at Amber. It has earmarked 1.19 lakh square metre land in Akheda and Maheshpura village. Out of the total land, 33,000 square metre will be reserved to develop 18 big warehouse plots. Facilities including hotel, restaurants, petrol pumps, banks and others will be developed on the remaining land.
“The scheme has been launched in the close proximity of agriculture farms. Moreover, it is also connected with the industrial areas, railway and bus stand,” added the official. JDA is also planning to develop a similar warehousing project on Ajmer Road, Tonk Road and Agra Road.
Officials claim that these projects will boost the infrastructure and jobs avenues in the city and businessmen and farmers will also be benefited. “If companies develop warehouses in these areas, they can definitely get proper connectivity with national capital as Jaipur comes under a counter magnetic city. Moreover, it is not far from Agra, Delhi and nearby areas where a lot of industries are established. The investors would be in the centre point of the golden triangle,” an official said.
Finding an innovative way to earn revenue, JDA this year had decided to prepare an action plan to sell its land. The deputy commissioners were asked to include re-planning of the plots, fix auction rates, methodology of auction and wide publicity of JDA assets in the action plan.