CPWD gets green nod for construction of CRPF headquarters in New Delhi

The total plot area is 9,025m2, FSI area is 27,044.10m2 and total built-up area of 45,427.35m2

Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change, MoEF&CC, Environmental clearance, Central Public Works Department, CPWD, Central Reserve Police Force headquarters, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, CGO Complex, New Delhi, Delhi Jal Board, BSES, Rooftop rainwater, Rain water harvesting pits, Harvesting after filtration, ECS

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has accorded environmental clearance to Central Public Works Department (CPWD) for construction of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) headquarters under the Ministry of Home Affairs, government of India at CGO Complex, New Delhi.

The total plot area is 9,025m2, FSI area is 27,044.10m2 and total built-up area of 45,427.35m2.  The project will comprise one building with a maximum height of 52.55m.

The project will entail an investment of Rs 277.5 crore and create employment for 2,814 people.

During construction phase, the total water requirement is expected to be 20 KLD (domestic four KLD and construction 16 KLD) which will be met from the Delhi Jal Board. During operational phase, total water demand of the project is expected to be 189 KLD and the same will be met by 30 KLD fresh water from DJB and 159 KLD recycled water.

During the operational phase, total water demand of the project is expected to be 189 KLD and the same will be met by 30 KLD fresh water from the Delhi Jal Board and 159 KLD recycled water.

The total power requirement during operation phase is 2190 kVA and will be met by BSES.

The rooftop rainwater of buildings will be collected in three rain water harvesting pits of total 257.6 KLD capacity for harvesting after filtration.

Also, parking facility for 541 ECS has been proposed to be provided against the requirement 544 ECS.

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