Social Economic Profile
Development Around MET
Model Economic Township
2/3rd of cars, 50% of tractors, 60% of motor cycles in India
50% of refrigerators, 25% sanitary ware and 25% of bicycles in India
Around 1200 large & medium enterprises and 80,000 SMEs.
More than 50 German companies already present.
Within 90 minsdrive from Delhi City Centre.
60 minutes driving time from Delhi International Airport.
True Multi-Modal Connectivity by Road, Rail and Air.
Delhi NCR is one of the largest consumer and industrial markets in India.
More than 250 of the Fortune 500 companies have their India HQ or production base.
Land for Private Freight Terminal (PFT)/Rail Sidings in place.
Land for last mile rail connectivity (acquired by Government).
All approvals received from Ministry of Railways.
Provision for ICD/EXIM provisions.
Industrial land with infrastructure and approvals.
24/7 power and water availability.
Single window approval system.
Competitive incentives scheme from Haryana State Government.
The industrial development will comprise of clusters.
Electronic Cluster and a Footwear Park have already been initiated.
SME Park ESDM Cluster and Plastics Park to be initiated shortly.
Power requirements will be met from the State distribution grid. Haryana state is aggressively on a mission to becoming a power sufficient state. The project will establish 220 KV GIS substations, as these are connected to the national grid, hence ensuring good reliability of power
MET Project is strategically located in the industrially backward Jhajjar district and adjoining parts of Gurgaon district of Haryana State covering 30 revenue villages, of which 22 are in Jhajjar district and 8 in Gurgaon district.
The area has strong linkages to the major urban areas amongst the surrounding developments of the north Indian region as well as other regions through national and state highways, expressways as well as rail corridors.
The land is fairly flat and the average elevation of the district is about 215m above Mean Sea Level (MSL), with an elevation difference of about 1m and is marked by alluvial plains and at some places by undulating dunes. There is a gentle slope towards an outfall drain that runs across the site. The hydraulic gradient of ground water is very gentle. The load carrying capacity of the soil is high
MET is a green field project developed in the area comprising 22 villages within its identified boundary in Jhajjar. The villages have a total population of 48,471 (2011 census). There is no history of any disturbances based on religion denomination in the area. People are hardworking and industrious and the joint family system which was in vogue is slowly giving way to nuclear families. Girls are making major strides in education and service sectors.
The second campus of the leading national institute All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is being developed over an area of 300 acres of land in village Badsa along MDR 136 within the MET area. The first phase of this facility would house the National Cancer Institute and Hospital. An outreach OPD department is already functional and work on the development of this super specialty hospital is to start shortly
About Model Economic Township
Model Economic Township Limited (METL) is a 100% subsidiary of Reliance industries Limited, the largest Indian company in the private sector, and is engaged in the development of an integrated Industrial Township “The Model Economic Township” located on the western border of New Delhi in Jhajjar district, Haryana.
It is a fully integrated industrial township consisting of industry clusters like Electronic Manufacturing Cluster, SME Park, Footwear Park and an Engineering Park along with support infrastructure of logistics hub and social infrastructure including residential, commercial, recreational and institutional development.
MET Jhajjar Video
Why do we need an Industrial plot and why we cannot make industries where ever we feel like, maybe in our homes? These are some questions which come to our mind when we think of buying an Industrial plot, especially for small scale industries, or the industries which do not require large floor areas to operate.
First and foremost, Industries should only run on the designated Industrial Plots, for various reasons: Pollution both noise and environmental causes traffic congestion, Hazardous for neighborhood, Increases the Density of people, plus commercial activity in the residential area has its own downsides. Keeping all the parameters in mind, the town planners divide the city into a few parts, wherein they create Industrial corridors/ Industrial Hubs / Industrial towns and have some specific sized Industrial Plots.
Buying an Industrial plot is always a good move for people involved in manufacturing or any kind of Industrial work. On a designated Industrial plot its easier for the Industrialists to get Licenses and approvals from govt. bodies. Also being in an industrial town gives them an added advantage, in terms of buyers and sellers of their products within the industrial town itself. Mostly for a bigger Industry the feeder smaller industries mushroom near the plant itself. This way a lot of wastage of time, money and energy is saved and money saved is money earned.
Industrial Plot in an Industrial town has another big advantage, the Industrial towns are not easy to move, even if the city expands its boundaries, Industrial plots remain in the same place and their property value increases. Even if the Industrial hub is asked to move out of the ever expanding towns, it is a profitable move for the Industries, as the owners will sell their industrial plot at a much higher price and buy a new plot at a much lower price. In some cases, it has been seen, that Industrial plot can also accommodate industries like Information & Technology, wherein many people have converted their Industrial units into offices and using them for IT and ITES service related units.
All in all a Designated Industrial plot is not only good for society but also very fruitful for the buyer.