Shendra Bidkin Industrial Park

The Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park (proposed area 8340 Hectors) is to be completed in three phases which will see the opening of many industries and also a smart city with the integration of inherent strengths of the region. It is proposed to develop the planned industrial township for high quality products meeting the domestic & international requirements. The Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park in Maharashtra, covering an area of 84 square kilometer is one of the seven nodes identified for development in the first phase of the DMIC project. The Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park is envisioned as a new industrial corridor on the outer ring of the urban centre of Aurangabad, supported by a modern regional transportation system, including public transit.

Project Objectives

  • Development of Shendra- Bidkin Industrial Park represents a major Greenfield development will act as a catalyst for fuelling the growth of industrial development of the Industrial Park.
  • Encouraging creation and growth of new businesses by fostering collaboration and innovation, along with enhancing the development, transfer, and commercialization of technology by development of Central Business District.
  • Promoting new industries with value addition to existing industries.
  • Develop Shendra- Bidkin Industrial Park as an industrial city, which can compete with the best manufacturing and industrial destinations in the world.
  • The broad vision for the Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park is to become a showcase for Maharashtra’s leading manufacturing industries, including the principles of integrated smart growth with a new sustainable township, identifying high value manufactured projects with high export potential, maintaining a unique cultural heritage and providing a healthy quality of life.

Salient Features of Shendra Bidkin Industrial Park (Phase I)

  • Area: 2350 Ha.
  • Infrastructure Requirement: Water - 30 MLD, Power - 686 MW, Storm water drainage, Wastewater Management, Solid Waste Management, Up gradation of road & support infrastructure.
  • Core focus will be on Smart community with the concept of 3R (Recycle, Reuse & Renew).
  • Potential Sectors – Rubber, Plastic, Petroleum, Coal, Auto & ancillary, Equipment & Machineries, Chemical, Metal & alloy.
  • Strengths – Textile/Apparel, Leather, Minerals.
  • Total investment is expected to be around Rs 2.32 lakh million.
  • The projected export is expected to be around Rs 1.18 lakh million.
  • 5 to 7% increase in the District Contribution to Maharashtra industrial output (Current Contribution is 7%).
  • It will create an additional 60000 Jobs.
  • Industrial Clusters – Engineering, Textile & printing, Food Park, Construction.
  • An investment of Rs. 11.40 lakh Million.
  • An increase in district industrial output by 15 times till 2042.
  • Generation of 2,20,000 additional jobs in different sectors, which will contribute to 54% industrial Employment in district.
  • Good infrastructure facilities, employment & improved lifestyle will lead to sustainable regional Development.
  • Farmers / Landowners will be part of the inclusive growth plan by reallocating 15% of developed land for Commercial/industrial use.

Brief about Quantitative Outcomes

  • Varying density of industrial clusters with multi-modal access.
  • A mix of residential densities and corresponding housing types.
  • Low-density worker housing abutting the non-polluting industrial use areas.
  • Low-density worker housing abutting the non-polluting industrial use areas.
  • Commercial and public, semi-public uses concentrated around transit nodes to facilitate efficient access and economically vibrant centers.
  • Drainage channels preserved with riparian buffers as greenways
  • Existing villages provided with a green buffer to enable slow and comfortable social integration with the surrounding newly emerging community.
  • "Green" connectivity with a widespread network of open spaces tying the whole town together.
  • Mandatory preservation of agricultural and forest lands in the project area.
  • Buffers or setbacks of 50-100 km have been designed for significant waterways and rivers. These form an integral part of the open space network.
  • A complete multi-modal transportation and transit system complementing the land use distribution to enable an efficient and sustainable living environment.
  • Rail encourage from the Karmad Railway Station.
  • All villages preserved and given a dedicated access to connect to the regional transportation network.