List of Localities in nagpur

About Nagpur

The largest city in central India, Nagpur is a rapidly growing metropolis. It’s one of India’s most industrialized cities, besides being the 13th largest urban agglomeration and the 13th most populous city in India.


During the winters, Nagpur is the seat of the annual winter session of the Maharashtra state assembly. Politically, it’s an important city as it lies in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and forms its commercial and political center.


Famous for the Nagpur Orange and being a major trade center for oranges cultivated in the region, Nagpur is also called the Orange City. It also has a lush cover of green, which often helps it rank highly among cities in environmental preservation.


Fruit and greenery aside, infrastructure development in Nagpur is on the rise. The Multi-Modal International Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur is a major development project in the pipeline. In the Nagpur real estate segment, the MIHAN project, construction of a residential zone extending across 40 sq. km., holds plenty of promise.


Facts And Figures

  • The population of Nagpur as per the provisional reports of Census India, 2011 stands at 2,405,421. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 2,497,777.
  • Sex ratio in Nagpur is 961 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio is 921 per 1000 boys. Both sex ratio and child sex ratio are above the national average of 940 per 1000 males and 914 per 1000 boys, as per the Population Census of 2011.
  • Nagpur’s average literacy rate is 93.13%. Literacy rates in males and females are 96.16% and 89.99% respectively.
  • The city has a strong education base, with over 8,600 engineers, 1,000 MBA students and 800 MCA students graduating every year.
  • Gond King Bakht Buland Shah of Devagad founded Nagpur in 1702 AD.
  • It was made the capital of the central province under British Raj in the 19th century.
  • Today, Nagpur’s real estate landscape perfectly blends the old world charm with the modernity of the present times.
  • Besides the oranges, Nagpur is also famous for its cotton production.
  • Nagpur has also been called the Tiger Capital of India because of the large number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks situated in and around the district.
  • In March 2013, ABP News, in its Best City Awards Survey, pronounced Nagpur as the best city to live in India. It was proclaimed as the greenest city, and one with the best public transport and healthcare services.

Industrial Sector

  • The Butibori industrial area, which is the largest industrial area in Asia, forms the backbone of Nagpur’s economy.
  • Synthetic polyester yarn is the major produce in the Butibori industrial area.
  • The prominent industrial companies in Nagpur are KEC, Hyundai Unitech, ACC Nijon Casting Limited, Videocon Washing Machine plants, and major textile units.
  • The Hingna Industrial Estate located to the west of the city, hosts as many as 900 small and medium-scale plants, including Bajaj Auto Group, Mahindra and Mahindra, Vicco Laboratories and Ajanta Toothbrushes.
  • Nagpur is rich in natural resources, therefore mining is a major activity in this region. One of Coal India’s eight fully-owned subsidiaries, Western Coalfield Limited has its head office in Nagpur.

Connectivity

  • Nagpur connects to major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad, and to prominent international cities like Sharjah, Doha and Bangkok through the Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport. The airport is situated just 7 km from the city center.
  • Being centrally located, Nagpur is connected to the four major Indian metropolises, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Kolkata by road as well. A total of 160 trains are known to halt at Nagpur.
  • Two major national highways, Hajira-Kolkata (NH 6) and Kanyakumari-Varanasi (NH 7) pass through the city. Nagpur also lies at the junction of two Asian highways, AH43 and AH46. The Nagpur-Aurangabad-Mumbai expressway is a new state highway, which significantly reduces the distance travelled through NH 3 and NH 6.
  • The Nagpur metro rail project has already been sanctioned by the state government. The project will be executed by Nagpur Metro Transport Co Ltd (NMTCL), which is formed under the Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT).
  • Nagpur Mahanagar Parivahan Ltd. (NMPL) is responsible for providing public transport in the city. It has a fleet of 470 low-floor StarBuses, of which are 88 low-floor MiniBuses and 382 low-floor 50-seater StarBuses.

Nagpur Civic Administration

  • Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is responsible for the civic administration in Nagpur. It works in partnership with Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) and develops and maintains civic infrastructure and new urban areas.
  • The corporation is headed by the Mayor of the NMC.
  • The city of Nagpur is divided into 13 talukas and 1874 villages. There are 13 panchayat samitis, 778 gram panchayats, 10 nagar parishads and 1 katak mandal.
  • The city is divided into 10 zones comprising 145 wards. A corporator heads each ward.
  • Nagpur has 59 police stations and 121 police outposts.

Nagpur Infrastructure

  • Although Nagpur is a Tier II city, its urban infrastructure is comparable to many of the Tier I cities. The excellent IT infrastructure in Nagpur, besides its convenient geographic location, has made it one of the favorable IT destinations in the country. Recognizing this, the city’s development plans indicate a shift in focus to the creation of ICT infrastructure. There is a lot of potential, therefore, in terms of IT, ITES and healthcare services.
  • The water supply system in Nagpur is robust. The per-capita availability of water in Nagpur is high as well, at 200 lpcd. The city is moving towards 100% availability of water on every day of the week. A water and energy audit process has been planned for this purpose. Plans for the reuse of water in Nagpur are underway.
  • Defining measures are being taken to manage solid wastes. An NGO initiative called Swatchata Doot Aplya Dari - translates in English as ‘sanitation worker at your doorstep’ - is a door-to-door scheme for solid waste management. Approximately 75% of all waste is collected through this scheme.

Infrastructure Projects

Name of the Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Multi-Modal International Passenger and Cargo Hub Aircraft (MIHAN)

The Vidarbha region

Under Development

The project has two parts – convert existing airport into a major cargo hub that meets international standards and the development of a Special Economic Zone in the south of Nagpur.

Nagpur Metro Rail

Sitabuldi, Mihan, Butibori

December 2016

A rapid transit system, the metro rail will traverse 25 km, from Sitabuldi to Butibori via Mihan

Meghdoot Project

Meghdoot, New Nagpur

Under Development

Development of a modern township

Capitol Heights

Rambagh (and the southern parts of the city)

2014

Construction of 352 flats, multiplex, shopping mall, and other amenities and facilities

Ultra Mega Power Project

Maharashtra Industrial Development Construction (MIDC) area, Nagpur

Completed

Two 300 MW units have been commissioned, providing a total power output of 600 MW

Mahindra Satyam’s IT Development Center

Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport (MIHAN) Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

Phase I operations likely to begin by March 2014

An investment of INR 80 crore is being made on developing a 1000-seat capacity in the development center

Nagpur Real Estate Market

  • End-users dominate the real estate market in Nagpur.
  • Nagpur’s real estate is fueled more by the city’s residents, as there is no visible migration pattern to Nagpur from other cities. Although some areas like Zafar Nagar witness NRI inflows from Dubai.
  • Short-term rental housing in Nagpur spurts whenever a Test or One-Day International cricket match is played in the city. The international stadium in Nagpur is a tremendous asset to the rental housing market.
  • Because of the presence of large industrial units in the MIDC industrial area, residential housing in the area is impacted. For those looking to enter the manufacturing sector, industrial plots are made more easily accessible.
  • Mall culture in Nagpur hasn’t taken off as yet. The residents choose to spend more time in gardens, which are abundant in Nagpur.
  • Some of the prominent real estate agencies in the city are The Raj Green Land Consultancy, Gigeo Real Estate and The Trans Techno Construction Private Ltd.
  • Famous building companies in the city are Bharadwaj Builders and Developers Private Limited, Pioneer Infrastructure Company Private Limited and Aren Builders and Promoters.

Key Localities In Nagpur

Localities

Per Sq. Ft. Price – Q3 2013 (INR)

Rent Per Month For A 2 BHK Apartment in Nagpur

(approx.) (Figures in INR 1,000)

Civil Lines

5,263

11

17

Manish Nagar

3,331

7

11

Wardha Road

2,911

9

13

Laxmi Nagar

7,265

10

14

Narendra Nagar

4,006

7

8

Charges By Government Bodies


Property Registration

Stamp Duty: 6.5%

Registration Charge: 1%, or to a maximum of INR 30,000

VAT: 1%

Service Tax: 2.58% payable proportionately with each installment

Property Tax: 0.1% of capital value

Sewage Tax: 12%

Lighting Tax: 1%

Fire Service Tax: 1%

Education Cess: 2-6%

EGS Cess: 1-3%

Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. (MAHADISCOM)


A public sector undertaking of the Maharashtra government, MAHADISCOM is responsible for electricity distribution in the entire state of Maharashtra except Mumbai. It’s the second largest electricity distribution utility in the world.


Electricity Charges

Residential (BPL)

Fixed/Demand Charge: INR 10 per month

Energy Charge: INR 0.76 per kWh

Residential

Consumption Slab (kWh)

Fixed/Demand Charge

Energy Charge (INR/kWh)

0-100 units

Single Phase: INR 40 per month

Three Phase: INR 130 per month

3.36

101-300 units

6.05

301-500 units

7.92

501-1000 units

8.78

Above 1000 units (balance units)

9.50

Water Supply - Nagpur Municipal Corporation


The water supply system in Nagpur is managed by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation.

The water that is supplied to the city of Nagpur is drawn from three sources, Kanhan River, Gorewada Tank and Pench Canal.

Nagpur Water Charges


General Domestic Purpose: INR 5

Process Industries: INR 12.50


Industries Using Water As Raw Material


Mineral Water: INR 39.50

Beverages: INR 37.75

Liquor: INR 32.50

Online Services By Nagpur Municipal Corporation


Recognizing the need for e-governance initiatives, the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has put government services online. Services such as the payment of local body tax and property tax, and other needs of the residents like birth and death certificates can now be accomplished online. Additionally, the residents of the city can have their grievances redressed by registering a complaint online on the NMC website.

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