Our list of planned locations is a combination of extensive first and second hand research, analysis and real time investment, development and leasing knowledge- making it actionable.
Our process of selecting our list of 20 planned cities combines
- Supply and demand scenarios.
- Consumption patterns and connectivity.
- Present and Future infrastructure.
- Land availability and pricing.
- Specific Micro Market data.
- Continuous Consumer feedback.
OUR FUTURE PLANNED LOCATIONS
Ambala and Ludhiana are 100 kms apart. The emerging micro- market is closer to Ambala, which connects to not only Ludhiana but a larger northern market via NH-205A.
The National capital region spread across Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and greater Noida is the largest urban agglomeration the country. This along with the fact that it services the north makes it a key storage and warehousing hub.
Jaipur’s strategic location on the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) along with the consumption potential of the region has spurred demand.
Ghaziabad is one of the fastest growing consumption centre's in Uttar Pradesh, owing to its proximity to NCR.
Lucknow and Kanpur are 100 kms apart. As a result the connecting corridor is the emerging micro market corridor servicing both markets.
The demand for warehouses, in the city, is largely driven by the industrial sector. However going forward consumption will increase.
The location of Indore at the centre of MP, along with the growth it has shown in the last few years, make it an attractive market.
The city is at the geographical centre of India. With the implication of GST and connectivity boost, the demand is likely to grow heavily in the city.
Mumbai is one of the largest consumption markets in the country with over 23 MM people in the Mumbai Metropolitan region. Primary warehousing demand here arises from consumption, manufacturing and Export- Import.
Chakan, near Pune is a highly mature industrial and warehousing hub. Other clusters are fast emerging. Moreover, the rising E-commerce penetration in the city is driving warehousing demand further.
A large consumption base, fast growth of e commerce and the port connectivity via NH- 48 make Bengaluru a favoured warehousing destination.
Coimbatore is a major city in Tamil Nadu and it is able to service large hinterlands of west and south Tamil Nadu as well as Kochi.
Vicinity to the Chennai and Ennore port, industrial activity close to the city and rising consumption behaviour have all spurred warehousing activity around the major arterial highways.
E-commerce along with organised retail, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), electronics, cold storage and pharma drive the warehousing demand in the region.
Presence of a port will be the primary driver for the warehousing coupled with the presence of the hinterland of northern Andhra Pradesh.
Being the capital of Odisha, Bhubaneswar would likely capture distribution-based demand in Bhubaneshwar as well as Cuttack.
Kolkata services the eastern belt of India. Owing to its strategic location and connectivity, it is well positioned to service the consumption needs of nearby catchment areas.
Government’s thrust on improving connectivity and infrastructure as well as the special status given to Warehousing make it an attractive market in the next few years.
Guwahati is the fastest growing city in the North East and most suitable markets to service that zone owing to the relatively flat terrain and connectivity.
Siliguri is located strategically to service the Eastern part of the country. It is the gateway to the east and the second fastest growing city in the North East of India.