Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya: Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) facelift plan for Nehru Place in south Delhi is considered massive and some parts of the plan include a skywalk, an amphitheatre, automated parking, exhibition halls, recreational areas, dedicated vending zones etc.
In November the landowning agency will tend to the renovation work of two prominent commercial hubs that is the Nehru Place and Bhikaji Cama Place. Officials said that 80% of the project will be funded from the Urban Development Fund (UDF) and the remaining will be paid by DDA.
According to DDA’s facelift plan, the pedestrian access will be provided to Nehru Place market from all the three Metro stations around it. They also proposed the construction of a skywalk from Nehru Place metro station to its central piazza.