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Gurgaon Master Plan

Gurgaon Master Plan 2031 is currently available. Some SEZ-designated zone lands have been turned into seven new residential and business sectors. 

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Gurgaon Master Plan 2031 is currently available. Some SEZ-designated zone lands have been turned into seven new residential and business sectors. Some of the inexplicable modifications in the 2031 plan include increasing the size of sector 37-D and giving function Ramprastha the entire land piece between GadoliKhurd and the old sector 37-D. However, the shift of land use from SEZ to residential/commercial sectors will allow more residential space in the new sectors creating a high-density residential cluster in Gurgaon, which will make it the residential centre of Gurgaon.

The alterations from Masterplan 2025, as visible on Masterplan 2031, include the conversion of property on the northern side of Pataudi Road into residential and commercial zones. New sectors — 95A, 95B, 89A, 89B, 88A, 88B, and 99A — have been proposed in this area covering villages including Wazirpur, Hayatpur, Mohammedpur, GarouliKhurd, GarouliKalan, and Harsaru. Interestingly, locals from these locations allege that a lot of Real Estate companies have already purchased land from them. Similarly, Master Plan 2025 envisioned a Transport Nagar in Sector 33 spanning 28 hectares. HUDA was supposed to create this. A container facility had also been proposed beside the Delhi-Rewari railway line. Along the NPR, a Mass Rapid Transit System Corridor (MRTSC) has been proposed. Another MRTSC was proposed along Mehrauli road, which would connect to the proposed 90-meter connecting road with Delhi via Gwalpahari.


However, the most recent design reserves around 50 hectares in Sector 99-A, on the northern side of the railway line along the newly proposed 75-meter-wide road, for wholesale markets of building goods, grain, and vegetables. A adjacent 40-hectare area has also been set aside for idle parking, where big vehicles can be placed. The modifications in the master plans between 2025 and 2031 appear significant primarily on paper, since the emphasis has been placed on expanding infrastructure to keep up with the city's tremendous expansion. This is a good thing because it would help to meet the demand for houses in the Delhi NCR.  However, it remains to be seen what the expenses of the FSI will be, as well as the landed costs to developers and, eventually, the cost to the end user. What needs to be realized is that there is still a demand for housing for young people who can afford between 50 lakhs and 1 crore based on their ability to borrow and their earnings. The effect on prices would have to be seen.

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