SHIVALIK Groupin Sale ! Purchase ! Rent Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:08 pm
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20 Minuite Drive from Chandigarh Airport.
10 minute Drive from purposed Mohali International Airport.
15 minute drive from sector 17 chandigarh.
25 minutes drive from Rajiv Gandhi IT park Chandigarh.
3 Kms from the Quark IT park Mohali.
1.5 Kms from the proposed Golf Course Mohali.
10 minutes drive from the Fortis Hospital.
10 minutes drive from the famous Punjab Cricket Stadium.
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RE: SHIVALIK Groupin Sale ! Purchase ! Rent Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:10 pm
H.O. : S.C.O. 510 First Floor, Sector 70, SAS Nagar, Mohali (Pb.) INDIA
Ph: +91-172-5013777 Fax : 0172-50138777
Site Off. : Mohali - Delhi Express Highway, Landran Road,
Sector - 127, Mohali, Punjab.
Mobile. : 0-9872631677, 9878666888
Toll Free (International) : 1800 201 5354
Direct Access to the Chairman of Shivalik Group
RE: SHIVALIK Groupin Sale ! Purchase ! Rent Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:43 pm
by Sandeep Rattan
All the projects on kharar-chandigarh bypass road are going to get very very good appreciation
Exactly two years after it was planned, the Mohali bypass project has been shelved by the Punjab government. Instead, a plan to construct a Chandigarh bypass has been mooted to decongest the busy Mohali-Kharar stretch of National Highway-21, which has assumed the dubious distinction of being a “killer stretch”.
In place of the Mohali bypass, which was planned by the Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA), the newly conceived Chandigarh bypass has been included in the Kharar-Ludhiana National Highway-95 four-laning project to be undertaken by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). The work is likely to start in 2013, Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Sharanjit Singh Dhillon said.
Making it official that there was no proposal to construct the Mohali-Kharar bypass, Dhillon said a plan had been mooted to construct the Chandigarh-Kharar bypass, along with the project to four-lane the Kharar-Ludhiana highway. The new bypass would originate before Khanpur village in Kharar and after crossing the Kharar-Kurali National Highway-21, would join the NH-21 in Sector 39, Chandigarh. The approximate length of this bypass would be 10 km, said the Minister, while adding that the estimated cost of the bypass was yet to be calculated as it had been included in the work to four-lane the Kharar-Ludhiana road.
This development assumes significance as the GMADA had taken an in-principle decision at its executive committee meeting on June 17, 2010, to construct a 200-ft wide bypass to Kharar. On both sides of the 7 km bypass road, a residential urban estate was also planned, for which the GMADA had even identified 1,050 acres in eight villages.
The shelved bypass was proposed to take off from National Highway-21 near Dara Studio in Sector 56 and connect the meeting point of National Highways-21 and 95 in Kharar. The new alternative road link was planned to criss-cross through Barmajra, Raipur, Mianpur, Jhungian and Jandpur villages as per the alignment already planned in the approved master plan of Mohali.
Besides decongesting the “killer stretch”, the bypass was aimed at providing an alternative route to commuters coming from Ropar and Ludhiana sides to Mohali and Chandigarh and vice-versa. Instead of taking the heavily congested Mohali-Kharar NH-21, the commuters could take the proposed bypass road, skipping Kharar and reaching Mohali directly and vice versa.