Gurgaon: Vision & Manifesto

  • Atul Sobti
  • India
  • Jun 19, 2015

The Opportunity for Gurgaon

To become the ‘New India’ City Model, as it offers/can offer:

  • Modern Lifestyle
  • Cosmopolitan Culture
  • Modern Education
  • An ‘Integrated’ City (‘Rurban’)
  • ‘Green’ City (Aravallis, Water Bodies)

The above can be ‘practised’ on a new landscape: Gurgaon II (Sectors 58 to 115),

and also overall on Master Plan 2031

To become a national/global role model for:

A Non Motorised Transport (NMT)-networked City

A Solar-powered City

A Wifi City (with 4G connectivity)

A global benchmark on e-Waste Management

A global benchmark on PPP Governance

A global IT-Consultancy-Finance Hub (what Mumbai has missed)

Public Private Partnerships for:

EWS Housing 

Healthcare at the door

Sanitation – garbage segregation, public toilets, school toilets

Water/Power availability – pipelines, sub-stations, rainwater harvesting

Skilling – ITI PPP, new specialised ITIs (Auto, IT, BPO)

Road Safety

Traffic Management


Development of e-services



Thank you for being a regular FG reader.

We do hope you felt some ‘difference’.

We pause now as we contemplate our future.


Au Revoir.


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