Delhi Lt Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena has approved the allotment and allocation of parcels of land for the construction of a sewage pumping station, power grid and other utilities, pending for a long, in different parts of the national Capital, Raj Niwas officials said on Friday.
Saxena has approved the allotment and transfer of 3,360 sq mts of land at Bhalswa to the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) for the construction of a sewage pumping station in Badli.
The land will be transferred to DJB by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB).
He also approved the allocation of land measuring 1451.54 sq mts to RRTS on a temporary basis for a year for utility purposes in Jangpura area where construction activities are undergoing for the Delhi-Meerut Regional Rapid Transport System (RRTS) and an elevated road connecting the Ring Road, the officials said.
In Jangpura area, a parcel of 919.54 sq mts of land has been allotted to the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) for relocation of shops in the shadow area of the elevated road and temporary parking.
The above two allotments were made near the site where the LG had recently approved allotment of 297 sqmts of land to NCRTC for connectivity of stabling yard at Jangpura for implementation of Delhi-Meerut RRTS.
While clearing the proposal for allotment of 235 sqmts of land for relocation of shops, the entire cost of the relocation will be borne by the NCRTC which after construction of 17 shops, will return the land to DUSIB that will hand over the shops to the original allottees.
Similarly, he approved 220 acres of Gram Sabha land in Badarpur Khadar village of northeast Delhi to be allotted and utilised by the Education Department (for construction of Schools), DJB (for RO unit installation) and Environment and Forests Department.
He also approved the transfer of 1.2 acres of land of Irrigation and Flood Control Department (I&FC) to PWD for the construction of an underpass on the Outer Ring Road near MukarbaChowk.
This will include the construction of a road from Badli Junction to Haiderpur Metro Station in North Delhi and will ease traffic congestion on the critical junction where the Ring Road and National Highway leading to the Northern States intersect.