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Gurugram: Structures on CPR razed, NHAI to get land next month

GURUGRAM: The Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) on Friday demolished constructions alongside the alignment of the Central Peripheral Road (CPR), which will probably be subsumed into the Dwarka Expressway so that it can be attached with NH-8 via a cloverleaf.
It is making plans to hand over the land to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in February.

The cloverleaf at the Dwarka Expressway-NH-8 junction will also connect it with Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) at the reverse facet. However, the land earmarked for the proposed cloverleaf is but to be got.

Around 3 acres of land were cleared through HSVP all the way through the demolition power. However, 3 constructions near the limited-access highway where a rotary is proposed to be built to glue it to CPR have still not been demolished due to an ongoing legal disputes.

Also, there are still some bushes scattered alongside the stretch, for which permission must be sought from the woodland department before HSVP can take away them.

However, the portion of land required for the developing the main carriageway is now clear. HSVP is now making plans to handover around 424m of land on CPR to NHAI.

Another 2.5km of land has already been given to the highways authority.

Sources said that the land will first be transfer-red to Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) through HSVP, and then GMDA will hand it over to NHAI. The procedure is to be completed inside 30 days, resources said. Land owned through Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation on CPR will probably be got one by one and will probably be passed over to NHAI through the company. NHAI wishes a complete of 13 hectares for the development of the CPR portion.

“We will now habits a web page inspection to review the placement of the land, and then work for the land transfer will start. The formalities for transferring the land connecting NPR and CPR have already been began and are in the final stage. The closing constructions near Kherki Daula on Dwarka Expressway and the ones near the proposed cloverleaf will probably be passed over in the end of time,” HSVP administrator Chandrashekhar Khare informed TOI.

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