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Thursday, 17 July 2014

Development in Bangalore is led by the growth of Civil Infrastructure

One driving factor in the growth of the city is its developing infrastructure. The opening up of the areas in the peripheries is a result of the expanding infrastructure in Bangalore. Many IT companies got attracted to the seamless travel and the huge availability of large parcel of lands resulted into the growth of the city in every vertical. Thus, good connectivity is one such factor which led the foremost reason for the splurging growth.

The article focuses on some of the best upcoming projects related to infrastructure that will foster the growth of the city and get more areas of Bangalore into a strong consideration and attention.

The BBMP Association or the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike has sketched out a plan to elevate the civic infrastructure in the Central Business District known as the CBD obeying to the Tender SURE strategies. According to the guidelines of this tender the good quality of the roads is already ensured, and also there is no need to dig them frequently with separate space allotted for utilities. With the Metro development soon to get over will ensure increased attentiveness in the finest residential localities around and also the Central Business District.

The major arterial roads around the city could be widened according to the BBMP plan of action, areas like Sarjapur Road, Kanakapura Road and Bannerghatta Road are to be targeted. These areas have turned up to be the prime micro markets in a very short span of time due to these planned and well-connected key areas emerging as major commercial and residential areas.

As the Phase 1 of Bangalore metro is expected to be at service by September 2015 these major areas will get an unbroken connectivity. It is highly recommended that investing into properties located near to the metro will fetch better returns in future as the value will eventually increase. With the advancement of the metro an added promise of better access to the shopping hubs will be rendered. Also the residential market will also get a boost in this area.

It is hoped that the PRR or the Peripheral Ring Road project is yet to take off soon which will simplify the congestion on the major roads as well as the Outer Ring Road. This entire situation will result in the evolving of new environs stretching towards the outer limit of the city which will on the other hand offer a well- networked travel in and out the city connecting all the major principal roads together.

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