AHMEDABAD: To develop new industrial clusters out of Ahmedabad city, the apex planning body Auda is drawing 16 town planning (TP) schemes mainly to meet requirements for the manufacturing sector.

There will be rider to these TP schemes, that they will not allow potential polluting units to come up in these clusters. The TP schemes will consists of 18 to 30 metres or more wide roads. “No residential areas will be planned in close proximity to these TP schemes,” said a senior Auda official.

The TP schemes that have been prepared and submitted to the state urban development department include schemes for Kalana, Kalana-Shiyavada, Chharodi-Dodar-Khoraj-Virochan Nagar, Iyava-Rupavati-Khoda, Chharodi, Iyava-Vasna, Chharodi-Naranpura, and four schemes in Santej and Rakanpur.

The Auda official added that the 12 schemes of the Kalana, Chharodi and Naranpura belt will cover an area of 1,548 hectares while the four TP schemes spread between Santeja and Rakanpur will cover an area of 508 hectares. “Most of the TP schemes will be readied before the upcoming Vibrant business meeting. The roads are planned such that heavy traffic can move about without much hindrance,” the official said.

The schemes have a special link to those clusters that are part of the Delhi-Mumbai industrial freight corridor. “In few of these TP schemes which lie close to the DMIC corridor we have provisioned for wide service lanes along the freight corridor that will help transport goods between designated clusters,” adds the Auda official.



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