Established in 1999 with statutory status under the Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act, the Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board facilitates the flow of finance for infrastructure projects requiring large capital investments while encouraging private sector participation in the state.
Cm Bhupendra Patel Meeting GID
In the 39th board meeting of Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board-GIDB under the chairmanship of Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, it was decided to include logistic infrastructure as a priority sector in GID Act. Due to this, GIDB in the state. Through PPP (Public Private Partnership) with private sector participation, large infrastructure projects can be undertaken quickly.
PM Modi PM Under the Gati Shakti National Master Plan, States have been called upon to prepare their own Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan and implement it. In this context, PM in Gujarat. GIDB as the nodal agency for implementation of Gati Shakti Masterplan project. Functioning. The Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board, established in 1999 with statutory status under the Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act, facilitates the flow of finance for infrastructure projects requiring large capital investments while encouraging private sector participation in the state.
As many as 1100 different data are integrated on Masterplan portal
The 39th meeting of GIDB was held in Gandhinagar under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and in the presence of Industries Minister Balwant Singh Rajput and Chief Secretary Shri Rajkumar. In Gujarat last year on October 6, P.M. GatiShakti Masterplan has been launched nationally, GIDBA along with Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Application-BISAG-N and various departments have put up about 1100 different projects on this masterplan portal. Data is integrated, it was discussed in detail in this board meeting.
Preparation of City Logistics Master Plan was done
Accordingly G.I.D.B. The State Logistics Master Plan and the City Logistics Master Plan are being prepared by 8 Municipal Corporations, the details of which were given by the CEO of the Board. Avantika Singh gave a presentation. In the meeting, he said that as a result of Gati Shakti Integrated Infrastructure Plan, integrated development planning of any region of the state can be done in a short period of time. The development plan of Ambaji Yatradham and the development plan of Dahej Industrial Estate are examples of this, he said.
Proposal for selection of consultant to prepare detailed feasibility report
In view of Gujarat being a state with 1600 km long strategic coastline, selection of Consultant-Advisor for preparations of Integrated Area Development Plan for Talukas of Coastal Belt was also consulted in this board meeting of GIDB. Not only this, it was also proposed to select a consultant to prepare a detailed feasibility report for the development of a Special Investment Region near Navalkhi.
The fifth meeting of the Island Development Authority was also held
In-principle approval was given to the proposal in this board meeting for approval of selection of consultants on preparation of Industrial Water-Water Demand Assessment Report for Industrial Purposes by 2050 in the State. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel P.M. A State Integrated Infrastructure Masterplan compatible with the Gati Shakti National Master Plan should be elaborated and Gujarat P.M. In the meeting, it was also directed to give priority contribution from this state master plan in the kinetic master plan. Along with the board meeting of GIDB, the fifth meeting of Island Development Authority was also held.
With more than 144 islands, Gujarat is a leader in development
With vast coastlines and more than 144 islands, Gujarat is a leader in development. In that context, the State Government has constituted this Island Development Authority in keeping with the Island Development Policy of the Government of India. The purpose of this authority is to promote socio-economic and tourism activities on the islands while maintaining national security.
It was decided to develop Betdwarka and Shialbet as tourism hotspots
In the fifth board meeting of this authority under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister, the financial allocation for the development of the two islands Betdwarka and Shayalbet as tourism hotspots, which were decided in the previous board meeting, was given an in-principle approval to be made from this year’s tourism budget of Rs 2077 crore.
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