More about Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority
Greater Noida is being developed as Metro centre providing for quality urban environment, to attract economic activities and population to
Set-up in January 1991 under the UP Industrial Area Development Act 1976, provided the basic enabling framework for developing an efficient
and integrated modern city with high service and delivery standards.
It provides for Planning, Developing, Regulating and Operations under a Single Authority – GNIDA.
• In Year 1991 total number villages notified were 101.
• In Year 1994 additional 23 number of villages were notified & total number was 124.
• In Year 2006 additional 188 villages were notified as development area for further Expansion of Greater Noida Area.
• Presently total number of villages notified with GNIDA and its expansion area are 293 after a few modifications as done by U.P. State Government.
Greater Noida City has the Critical Mass and Primate City characteristics as being part of a continuum of an urban agglomeration:
• 5,075 Ha. already urbanized in Phase I
• Urbanization area of 22,255 Ha. by year 2021
• City planned for a population of 0.7 million by year 2011 and 1.2 million by year 2021
• Industry led development – 4201 Ha. to be developed by 2021
• Residential development – 5000 Ha. to be developed by 2021
Greater Noida will be expanded as a metro center to provide a fantastic city environment, attract financial interests and people, and help to relieve congestion inside the Delhi metropolitan area. This business district is advantageously located at the intersection of two dedicated freight corridors: the Western and Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridors. It is adjacent to Noida, one of the most colossal commercial complexes in the country.
The incorporated township is on its way to becoming India’s most revolutionary town, the most advanced city development hub inside the
National Capital Region, and the region’s fastest-growing tourist destination. It has become a modern-day example of forward-thinking urban development.
The town is being developed across 20,000 hectares, with massive highways, underground cabling structures, and drainage structures in
place, in addition to providing facilities and infrastructure of international standards. Among them are prominent academic institutions, shopping malls, research facilities, theme parks, and recreational complexes that have been created with aesthetics in mind—and even a 222-acre international clothier golf course, to name a few.
In Greater Noida, 153.63 hectares of land have been set aside for industrial sports in certain places. These include shopping malls,
multiplexes, and buying in a clean zone. These are useful in a variety of unique industries as well as the surrounding residential neighbourhoods. Many routine efforts for industrial zone allotments are floated by the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority regularly. Plots, built-up space, kiosk facilities, and various types of industrial real estate are the most common sources of finance