The Gurugram city is proposed to develop a residential complex for the Government officers soon.
This decision is taken recently in the meeting presided by Keshni Anand Arora, the additional secretary (Revenue). The administrative tower will have a single complex and a residential complex with 1,500 flats for all officials working in the mini secretariat and administration.
Arora was quoted saying that the building is estimated to be a 5-storey structure however the architect said that the number of floors is subjected to change. Apart from this, a community center and a women police station is also designed in the layout plan.
The residential complex is proposed to have 25-metre to 30-metre wide roads on all four sides and three-level parking is proposed in the layout plan. Apart from this, the tower basement is designed to have a parking capacity of approximately 4,000 vehicles an official said.
Earlier in March, Arora formed a committee under the Public Works Department [PWD] to prepare a layout of this administrative tower.
In the meeting, the officials were directed to propose a comprehensive traffic mobility plan for the area close to the administrative tower. Apart from this, the additional secretary Arora structured another committee to prepare a list of Government departments that will reside in the proposed complex.
However, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram’s demand to have an office still remains unfulfilled.
A few days back, Madhu Azad, Mayor took up the issue with MCG commissioner Vinayak Singh and the commissioner informed the Mayor that he had a word with the officials and an office for the MCG will be constructed in the Vyapar Bhawan at the Mehrauli road.
The meeting of the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram discussed the proposal to build a residential complex for HSVP, MCG and GMDA.