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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO: 2095
ANSWERED ON:  31.07.2018
Development of Warehousing Zones
UDIT RAJ
Will the Minister of



HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS be pleased to state:-


Will the Minister of HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS be pleased to state:
(a) whether the Government has any plan to develop warehousing zones/ logistics and warehousing hubs under the Master Plan of Delhi as the forecasted housing demand in Delhi is 1.6 million dwelling units over the next one and half decades and Delhi is also a trading hub and trans-shipment point for goods traded between States and its North and South;
(b) if so, the details thereof;
(c) whether the logistics business grows on the ‘Hub & Spoke’ model of distribution/ redistribution and any zones/ areas is marked for development of this critical sector; and
(d) whether confluence areas would be created within Delhi wherein modes of transportation like road, rail, air, metro and local transportation converge and if so, the details thereof, location-wise?



ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) OF THE
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS

(HARDEEP SINGH PURI)

(a) to (d) The Master Plan for Delhi-2021 (MPD-2021) notified on 07.02.2007, contains provisions for warehousing in Chapter 6 (Wholesale Trade). Some of the existing planned Wholesale Markets, Warehousing and Transport Centres given in Table 6.1 of MPD-2021 are given below:

S.No. Location Commodity

1. Azadpur Fruit & vegetable

2. Okhla Fruit & vegetable

3. Keshopur Fruit & vegetable

4. Naraina Iron & steel

5. Sanjay Gandhi Transport Transport/ warehousing
Centre

6. Rohtak Road Transport Transport/ warehousing
Centre

7. Narela Food Grains

8. Najafgarh Food Grains

9. Kirti Nagar Timber

MPD-2021 also provides for Integrated Freight Complexes (IFCs) for the integration of goods movement by road and rail. These would consist of wholesale market, warehousing, road for trucks and rail transport terminals so as to curtail the movement of heavy vehicles within the city. IFCs are to be located in the places where they intercept the maximum possible regional goods traffic entering Delhi. MPD-2021 provides for the following sites for IFCs based on the pattern of goods traffic movement in Delhi:

i. Madanpur Khadar (NH-2)

ii. Gazipur (NH-24)

iii. Narela (NH-1)

iv. Dwarka (NH-8)

v. New site in Urban Extension (Rohtak Road) Tikri Kalan


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