The Government of India has announced the development of industrial corridor projects so as to contain the urbanisation challenge and majorly give a strong boost to the country's manufacturing and industrial potential.
Urbanisation is an inexorable process as far as India is concerned. The future of IndiaÃ†s growth lies in its cities and a large chunk of our gross domestic project (GDP) will come from urban centres. It goes without saying that our existing cities were never planned to deal with the exponential levels of population growth currently witnessed. What can be worse than witnessing civic resources being stretched beyond limits.
In an interaction with INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY, Alkesh Kumar Sharma, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Delhi,Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMICDC) believes that the detailed planning of these cities addresses the distribution of social and physical infrastructure
Planning and implementing a project of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor stature is not everyone's cup of tea. But, Alkesh Sharma, CEO and MD, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation Ltd (DMICDC), is a man of action.
Major players from hospitality, retail, construction and other sectors have held wide-ranging discussions with the DMICDC on investment and partnership opportunities in the Rs 26,000 crore International Exhibition-Cum-Convention Centre (ECC) proposed to be built in Dwarka, New Delhi.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Pvt Ltd, in consortium with Airport Planners and Design Consulting Pvt Ltd, and SPA Legal, was roped in by the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) as transaction advisors for the greenfield Dholera airport in Gujarat, a report in Business Standard states.
The $100-billion Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor will kick off land allotments next month and those eyeing plots are said to include big global investors like Ikea, Kia Motors and China Railway Construction Corp, reports the Economic Times.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Pvt Ltd, in consortium with Airport Planners and Design Consulting Pvt Ltd, and SPA Legal, has been roped in by the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) as transaction advisors for the greenfield Dholera airport in Gujarat, according to a report in the Business Standard.