Ghazipur Flower Market in East Delhi is about to get a makeover as the traditional market will be revamped into a “modern bazaar” with all the state-of-the-art facilities including multi-storey buildings, internal roads, shops, offices and cold stores.
According to PTI reports, the Delhi Agricultural Marketing Board has launched a tender for the Ghazipur Flower Market Redevelopment Project which will include construction of shops and offices for 192 commission agents and 222 wholesalers on the market.
GHAZIPUR MARKET RENOVATION
Considered as one of the largest and most popular flower markets in the country, the Ghazipur flower market will be revamped at an estimated cost of Rs 197 crore within 30 months after the successful award of the tender of offers.
The market, which deals in a wide range of flowers, will have a four-story building with a basement, ground floor and three upper floors spread over an area of more than 10 acres.
As part of the renovation plan, the main multi-storey structure and parking areas will be redesigned for the loading and unloading of flowers.
– Redevelopment of parking areas and internal roads, drainage system and electrification, installation and commissioning of generators, water supply and sanitation, sewage, control devices against fires will be part of the development project.
– The market will also have a centralized reverse osmosis plant.
– LED street lights and decorative lights for beautification will be installed for the beautification of the market.
(With PTI entries)