A rumor is that an extension of start up village may open at space available at INKEL Tower-1
Sunday, 11 August 2013
Located near to the Angamaly Railway Station, by the side of National Highway 47 and Cochin International Airport
- 22.5 acres of well developed Land
- Ideally Located
- Highly developed industrial area marked by the presence of national and international names
- Developed plots of varying sizes
- Assured Power and Water supply
- Wide Internal Roads
- Common Sewage Treatment Plant
- Agri food processing: Bio ingredients, Natural Extracts, Flavours, Nutrients, Probiotics, etc.
- Avionics & Strategic/High Tech Electronics
- Services: Health Carte (Speciality Hospital, Wellness Centre, R&D, etc.) industrial R&D, incubation Centre, etc.
- Education: Business School, Nursing School, Hospital Management
- Support Facilities:Logistics
Encouraged by the demand for built-up space in its first tower, Inkel Ltd is going ahead with the construction of the second tower at Angamaly.
The company has invited request for participation (RFP) from reputed investors/developers/companies/ individuals under a developer agreement.
The proposed Inkel Tower-2 building in 2.45 acres will have all the modern facilities to enable prospective clients/tenants to start their business without further investments.
Its Tower-1 (2 lakh sq ft) on almost 3 acres is operational. The project is receiving enquiries from the business community. Hence the company proposes to construct the second tower in the remaining land with private participation.
According to Inkel officials, the project offers an excellent investment opportunity for the discerning investors. It is envisaged as a hassle-free hub with support facilities such as electricity, water, parking etc ideal for non-polluting enterprises /services to start their business.
This concept is based on the analysis of location, micro and macro socio-economics, social desirability, demand for space for various sectors and services.
The project site will have a dedicated approach road being laid to the site from NH 47. The railway station is only 700 metres from the site.
Inkel and KSIDC have around 50 acres adjacent to TELK Angamaly and Champannoor Industrial Area in Angamaly, which is being planned as an integrated development, which will make this area a preferred investment destination, officials said.
The last date for the submission of RFP documents is July 31.
At a time when Angamaly is experiencing severe traffic conjunction, residents feel that the Kochi Metro Rail extension and the proposed bypass in the region would ease the situation. Since MC Road and NH-47 coincides at Angamaly, people feel that it is high time to think about creating a solutions for the menace.
It is learnt that as many as 5,000 season ticket holders use the train facility from Angamaly to go mainly to Ernakulam and Thrissur regions on a daily basis. People from Malayattoor, Kalady, Manjapra, Karukutty, Ayyampuzha, Chengamanad, Kurumasserry and Koratty are depending on Angamaly Railway Station. C K Varghese, chairman, Angamaly Municipality said Kochi Metro extension to Angamaly and the proposed bypass from Karayamparambu to TELK premises would prove a boon for the region.
“The Angamaly Municipality has submitted a proposal at the initial stages of Kochi Metro for the inclusion of Angamaly. Now it is learnt that in the second phase of Kochi Metro, areas like Cochin International Airport and Angamaly would be covered. This, along with the completion of bypass, would wipe majority of the traffic off the road,” he added. Paul Varghese, president, Angamaly Merchants Association said since the beginning of Ernakulam is from Angamaly, it should have been included in the initial phase of Kochi metro.
“Since Angamaly is a major city for so many rural areas, the traffic conjunction is a big problem here. If Kochi Metro is extended towards Angamaly, majority of the block could be eased. The place should have been included in the master plan of Ernakulam city as well,” he added. David Pynadath, president, Karukutty Railway Users Association said that Angamaly railway station has the largest number of season ticket holders in the southern zone.
“Vehicles from Kottayam and Ernakulam regions converge at Angamaly causing conjunction here. Since there is no immediate remedy for the problem, Kochi Metro extension and bypass are the panacea. If grows at this level, the number of vehicles in the region will increase by at least 60 per cent in five years,” he added.
KMRL managing director Elias George said a survey to extend Kochi Metro to Angamaly will be carried out soon.