The Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA), a statutory body of Indian Railways, has issued a request for proposals for a vacant plot in Bhusawal, Maharashtra’s Jalgaon District, for commercial development. The railway land parcel of 3017 sqm at Bhusawal is located behind Amar Store along the Station Road on the South Side. The proposed site has a built-up area of 7950 square metres and a reserve price of Rs 7.50 crore.
The site is trapezoidal in shape and is located in Central Railway’s Bhusawal division. The plot has a frontage of approximately 94.0 metres along bus stand road and a width of 39 metres, and it is conveniently located near bus stops and the railway station. A 15.0-meter-wide railway station road and the proposed rail museum are located on the proposed site’s north side. The plot is bordered on the west by the Railway Quarters building, and on the south by the commercial market and the Marathi Alliance Church.
“Bhusawal, situated on the banks of the Tapti River, occupies a prominent position in Maharashtra,” said RLDA Vice-Chairman Ved Parkash Dudeja. The city, which is located in the Jalgaon district, is a major banana exporter as well as a significant commercial centre. The proposed location in Bhusawal is a strategically located commercial area near major city landmarks. The city is also well-connected to other parts of the country, including Mumbai and Delhi.”
Bhusawal also exports millet and peanuts and has an oil-processing industry in addition to bananas. Bhusawal has one of the largest railway yards on the Indian subcontinent. The city is also easily accessible via the Indore or Aurangabad airports.
Video conferencing was used to conduct the online pre-bid meeting. The deadline for submitting an e-bid is June 10.