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Prospects of Real estatedevelopment in PunjabPresented to FICCI:  Presented by Chesterton Meghraj 4TH October , 2005 Prospects of Real estate development in Punjab Presented to FICCI Slide2:  Contents We need International benchmarking….. Which Indian cities have done well…… Where does Punjab cities figure……….!!!???? What cities need to do in order to attract investments….. What is the Way Ahead for Punjab cities Slide3:  We need International benchmarking….. London – Financial Hub of Region, Historical city Singapore – Transit hub – emerging Knowledge Hub of region New York – Financial capital of world Los Angeles – Hollywood and Silicon Valley Vancouver – Tourism sector Paris – Fashion Capital of world Sydney – Emerging city in Asia-Pacific Dubai – Trade hub, Transit Hub, Tourism Slide4:  London Historical city ( capital of the Raj) Financial Hub – world city Excellent infrastructure and transportation networks Major service sector dominated Matured real estate market Many from overseas (including Indian) invest in UK realty. London West End – Highest occupancy cost in the world (USD 178.67/sft/yr) London city _ 4th highest occupancy cost (USD 119.11/sft/yr) We need International benchmarking….. Slide5:  Singapore Historical city yet fully modern now Transit hub for Asia Pacific Excellent infrastructure and transportation networks Attracting services sector – Finance, IT, Biotech, high-end manufacturing Futuristic outlook reflected in Planning Many regional HQs of MNCs getting relocated here Matured real estate market We need International benchmarking….. Slide6:  New York Financial Hub of the world – world city Excellent infrastructure and transportation networks Major service sector dominated Matured real estate market Many from overseas (including Indian) invest in UK realty. MONEY DRIVES THIS CITY Manhattan 27th most expensive in occupancy cost (USD 53.69/sft/yr) We need International benchmarking….. Slide7:  Los Angeles Modern city – of rich and famous Hollywood Excellent infrastructure and transportation networks Major service sector dominated – Silicon Valley nearby Matured real estate market Many overseas investors across all nationalities. We need International benchmarking….. Slide8:  Vancouver Emerging city of prominence in Canada Tourism – natural beauty Excellent infrastructure and transportation networks Voted as the Most livable city Emerging real estate market Many from overseas have second homes here – mainly Chinese, Japanese, from Taiwan and USA and Europe. We need International benchmarking….. Slide9:  Paris Historical and very traditional city ( capital of France) Fashion capital of world – also center of art and culture Traditional yet modern Major service sector dominated Matured real estate market We need International benchmarking….. Slide10:  Sydney New modern city of Australia Tourism oriented as well Excellent infrastructure and transportation networks Major service sector dominated Emerging real estate market We need International benchmarking….. Slide11:  Dubai Ancient trading outpost which got transformed by OIL economy Financial Hub – of the middle east Transit hub – midway between Europe and Asia Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone – gave boost to the economy Emerging real estate market – The Palms, Arabian Nights etc high-end residential developments along with stay permits Tourism and retail as drivers Many investors from Europe, Asia and SE Asia into realty 14th most expensive in occupancy costs (USD 65.40/sft/yr) We need International benchmarking….. Slide12:  International Benchmarking….. Conclusion We see from the above that each of these cities has specific predominant function at GLOBAL or national level. They have risen because of a core economic driver, which has risen to prominence historically or through their conducive policies and positioning. We need to frame the same for the cities of Punjab. Slide13:  Which Indian cities have done well….. KARNATAKA = Bangalore ANDHRA = Hyderabad TAMIL NADU = Chennai WEST BENGAL = Kolkata CAPITAL = NCR MAHARASHTRA = Mumbai andamp; Pune HOW IS PUNJAB REPRESENTED ….. Cities of Punjab may not be competing with these now…. It is the cities which drive the STATE….STATES are known because of the cities. Slide14:  Where does the Punjab cities figure … Chandigarh / Mohali region Ludhiana Jalandhar Amritsar Patiala Slide15:  Chandigarh/Mohali region Real Estate Boom in Cities of Punjab… Emerging Knowledge andamp; Healthcare Hub Major developers – MGF, DLF, Unitech, Eldeco, Parsvnath, Sahara, ATS Greens, Omaxe Residential Land Rate in Chandigarh – Rs. 25,000-30,000 per sq.yd. Panchkula – Rs. 13,000-15,000 per sq.yd. Mohali – Rs. 15,000-17,000 per sq.yd. Land value has increased upto 300% in the past 3 years. Slide16:  Real Estate Boom in Cities of Punjab… Ludhiana Manufacturing, Textile Hub Major developers– DLF, Ansals, Aerens, Omaxe, Todayhomes, Ponty Chaddha, Northern Housing, Chhabra Land and Housing Ltd., Munshi Promoters and Developers, Basant Estates and Housing Ltd. Commercial land rate – Ferozepur Road – Rs. 40,000-60,000 per yd. Jallandhar road – Rs. 20,000-30,000 per sq.yd. The commercial land rate has increased to approx. 200% in last one year. Major developers in Residential sector – Ansal, The Residential Land value in the past decade has increased by more than 500%. Slide17:  Real Estate Boom in Cities of Punjab… Major developers in Residential Sector – Ansal, Star City, DLF The commercial land rate on Ludhiana road and central part of the city – Rs. 30,000-Rs. 45,000 per sq.yd. The land rate has increased to approx. 80% in past one year. Capital price of retail space – Rs. 8,000 – 13,000 per sq.ft. The residential land value increased to approx. 300% in last 6 to 8 years. Jalandhar Slide18:  Real Estate Boom in Cities of Punjab… Amritsar Amritsar, the Sikh holy city Amritsar meaning 'Pool of Nectar', is named after the sacred pool around which the Sikh's Golden Temple is built Strong Tourism profile. In real estate residential sector plotted developments are coming up by Ansal and other local developers. Today Homes and Rapmedia are coming up with Mall projects. Commercial land rate – Rs. 35,000 – 50,000 per sq.yd. Commercial land auctioned on Mall road – Rs. 78,500 per sq.yd. Slide19:  Real Estate Boom in Cities of Punjab… Patiala Patiala is a famous seat of learning It hosts Punjabi University, a government medical college, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mohindra College, M M Modi college, and Bikram College. In real estate residential sector- no private developers in the city There is scope for private developers Omaxe has pitched in for Mall development in the city Commercial land rate – Rs. 30,000 – 45,000 per sq.yd. Slide20:  What cities need to do in order to attract investments….. BESIDES FINANCIAL POLICY FRAMEWORK – MANAGEMENT OF LAND IS A PRECURSOR OF GROWTH FOR ANY REGION ITS CONTRIBUTION IS MANIFOLD IN ALL SYNERGISTIC AREAS OF GROWTH Slide21:  What cities need to do in order to attract investments….. Give a different identity to each city Have RIGHT economy driver in place Have INTL. level Planning and infrastructure – physical and social Antiquated Land Policies need to change Effective implementation Conducive policies Get an Image Makeover GET IN A CHAMPION Slide22:  Action Plan… Chandigarh/Mohali – To be promoted as Knowledge and Healthcare destination Jallandhar – To be developed as the Agro based Industrial Hub Ludhiana – To be developed as manufacturing Hub Patiala – To be developed as the Education and Cultural Hub Amritsar – To be developed as the Trade and Commercial Hub of the state keeping intact the Tourism destination BUILD ON THEIR TRADITIONAL STRENGTHS….GIVE EACH ONE OF THEM A NEW IDENTITY Slide23:  Action Plan… BANGALORE HAD IT BY LUCK…. GURGAON HAD IT BY LUCK….. HYDERABAD HAD TO WORK FOR IT……CHANDRABABU NAIDU CREATED CYBERABAD MUMBAI MISSED IT TOTALLY…… CHENNAI IS CATCHING UP…. WILL MOHALI MAKE IT…… Slide24:  Thank You

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