City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd., is a company wholly owned by the Govt. Of Maharashtra and was incorporated on 17th March 1970, with the specific aim of Mumbai city and at the same time creating a new planned, self sufficient and sustainable city on the mainland across Thane creek adjoining Mumbai. What began as a mission to Mumbai ended up in the creation of one of the largest planned city known today and elevated CIDCO into the position of India’s premier town planning agency.
With a wide spectrum of activities, CIDCO is a multi faceted and multi disciplinary organization having 1,750 employees, which includes planners, architects, engineers and other professionals. Since its inception, CIDCO has diversified its working spectrum to accommodate new activities, even though its primary attention is still concentrated in overlooking the constant development of Navi Mumbai. The multidimensional activities undertaken today by CIDCO can be classified under these three broad concepts:
• Planning and Development of New Towns.
• Project Management and Designing.
CIDCO Developed Cities:
|Navi Mumbai (34400 sq. m.)||New Nanded (172 Ha.)|
|Oros-Sindhudurg (430 Ha.)||Waluj (8571 Ha.)|
|Aurangabad Fringe Area (15184 Ha.)||Khopta (9400 Ha.)|
|Jalna New Town (470 Ha.)||New Aurangabad (1012 Ha.)|
|New Nashik (398 Ha.)||Vasai-Virar Sub Region (38000 Ha.)|
|Meghdoot, New Nagpur||Chikhaldara Hill Station (1953 Ha.)|
|Latur Fringe Area (25131 Ha.)|
Navi Mumbai has become a unique project by virtue of its – pattern of development, housing, social and physical infrastructure, method of finance and sustainable futuristic planning. Navi Mumbai is known extensively for its judicious planning; earning the city a reputation of being a Super City and one of the largest planned city on Earth. CIDCO adopted many centers pattern of planning and development of Navi Mumbai. It prepared a master plan in October 1970 and was approved by the government in August 1971. It is being modified from time to time as per the needs. The pattern ensured balanced land and even distribution of residential areas, job centres, wholesale markets, non-polluting industry and population density. Today, Navi Mumbai is endowed with an entire gamut of infrastructure facilities. Whether it is physical, transport, housing, educational, healthcare, hospitality, religious, economic or environmental infrastructure, the city has the best of all.
Exibition Center | CIDCO Garden | Film Shooting Places | Amphi Theatre |