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A look at Neemrana's real estate potential :

New Delhi: Neemrana is one of the fastest growing industrial centres in Northern India. This area is located on NH-8 in proximity to other industrial sub-markets such as Bhiwadi, Bawal, Khushkhera and Tapukhera. Situated in Rajasthan and part of Delhi NCR, Neemrana has attracted a lot of heavy industrial investments from Japanese manufacturing firms such as Nippon, Daikin, Nissan, NYK Logistics and Mitsui Chemicals.
Neemrana lies along Phase-I of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. The Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation (RIICO) has developed several industrial zones that have led to this sub-market’s emergence as a major industrial hub. The demand for homes from workers employed in these industries is therefore considerable and constantly rising. This provides Neemrana with all the attributes of an ideal real estate investment market, offering low entry points and high appreciation potentia

Delhi - Mumbai Industrial Corridor :

Delhi - Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is India's most ambitious Infrastructure programme aiming to develop new industrial cities as 'Smart Cities' and converging next generation technologies across infrastructure sectors. The objective is to expand India's manufacturing and services base and develop DMIC as a "Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub". The programme will provide a major impetus to planned urbanization in India with manufacturing as the key driver. In addition to new Industrial Cities, the programme envisages development of infrastructure linkages like power plants, assured water supply, high capacity transportation and logistics facilities as well as softer interventions like skill development programme for employment of the local populace. In the first phase seven new industrial cities are being developed. The programme has been conceptualized in partnership and collaboration with Government of Japan.


Khushkhera – Bhiwadi – Neemrana (KBN) has been identified as the priority Investment Region in Rajasthan subā€region of DMIC in consultation with the state government for achieving the envisaged goals and objectives of DMIC Project. The proposed investment region is located in close proximity to the National Capital and acts a Gateway to the state of Rajasthan. The purpose of the current consultancy assignment is to prepare a Development Plan for the Kushkhera – Bhiwadi - Neemrana Investment Region. This Development Plan sets out a basic framework for approximately 200 sq km , taking into account the DMIC objectives and goals, should focus towards creating an enabling environment to promote local industries, improve investment climate, improve quality of life, upgrade human skills, create world class infrastructure and attract global investments. Considering the extent of existing developments in the region and the development proposals under consideration of the state, integrating both as part of the overall development plan for IR in terms of Development Policies and Strategies for phasing out the development plan shall be the key for balanced and sustainable development of the region.In parallel with this project the preparation of Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies for the identified Early Bird Projects for implementation through Public Private Partnership will take place. These Early Bird Projects are: the development of an Aerotropolis near Jaipur, a Road Link connecting Bhiwadi and Neemrana and the development of a Knowledge City. Kuiper Compagnons in association with DHV Group, ECORYS and Cushman & Wakefield have formed a multi-disciplinary consortium with an unrivalled fusion of creative flair and practical know-how to deliver the challenging project of the Preparation of Development Plan for Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana Investment Region in Rajasthan Sub-region of DMIC.

The DMIC project will be delivered on schedule

The DMIC has been portrayed as a symbol of Indo-Japanese strategic collaboration. However, the Japanese government seems no longer interested with it due to several regulatory issues... The DMIC project is a partnership project between India and Japan, being driven at the level of prime ministers of the two countries. If Japan was not interested, why would JBIC (Japan Bank for International Cooperation) take 26 per cent equity in DMIC and the Japanese government create a $4.5-billion facility for DMIC project. In fact, based on the progress made in DMIC, the Japanese government has decided to partner India in the Chennai-Bangalore Industrial Corridor project as well. There are regulatory issues, but we have overcome them in most of the cases. There will be challenges, but we must address them and move ahead.