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Govt gets ready to sell Civic Centre space
New Delhi, October 28: The Municipal Corporation of
Delhi (MCD) will soon appoint an agent to sell or
lease out 46,377.5 square metre of commercial space in
the upcoming civic-centre for the construction of the
28-floor building. One half of the building will be
used to house all the offices of the MCD while the
other will be commercial. Malaysian firm IJM, which is
handling the construction, has given a time of three
years for completing the building. Construction
started on May 5. ... ... While many other
organisations, including the Delhi Urban Arts
Commission, have recently opposed the civic centre for
its height and design, Mehta said the MCD is sticking
to its guns
MCD not to borrow more for project
NEW DELHI: For its upcoming Rs.545-crore Civic Centre
project that will work as the Municipal Corporation of
Delhi headquarters, the civic body has decided not to
borrow additional money apart from the Rs.250-crore
loan from the National Capital Region Planning Board
and raise the remaining amount in advance by booking
commercial spaces in the complex. Announcing this
here, Municipal Commissioner Rakesh Mehta said they
were short-listing reputed real estate agents ... ...
He also stated that the civic body has received all
required clearances from the project that include
approvals from the Delhi Urban Arts Commission
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