ILD Announced Project In Gurgaon

International Land Developers Ltd. (ILD) recently announced the launch of their new housing project – ILD SPIRE GREENS.

Located in the fast upcoming Sector 37C, Gurgaon, the project is backed by FDI funding from Millennium Spire, Singapore (MSL) and features 2-4 bedroom homes and pent­houses.

In line with Millennium Spire’s ‘Mainstream Green Development’ philosophy, ILD Spire Greens is being developed as an eco-friendly project, which at the same time, merges seamlessly into the growing urban landscape.

Mr. Ashish Bhalla, MD, Millennium Spire, said, “What we are trying to achieve with ILD SPIRE GREENS is to go beyond the concept of only area, only location, only sqft. While ILD SPIRE GREENS exceeds all expectations in the above counts, it also is a statement of true innovation and value engineering”.

The complex will also adopt an elaborate system for rain water harvesting, geared towards partially reducing the strain so typically faced by the other developments. Added to this would be a comprehensive waste management & segregation set up and an in-house Sewage Treatment Plant, both designed to enable proper waste disposal.

Also being deployed are various water management plans that would automatically reduce wastage of this valuable resource. Take, for example, the use of recycled treated water for landscape irrigation, and the plantation of indigenous trees like Kachnar, Jamun, Khirni, Bahad and Indian Laburnum that naturally lower the irrigation requirements, and you can see the planning going into conserving the precious resources.

Moreover, power saving measures like energy-saving light fixtures in common and outdoor areas would cut down power consumption. Together, these features would be more than just environmental friendly; they would also serve towards lowering down your monthly maintenance bills.

Due to its excellent location in the fast developing sector 37C, ILD SPIRE GREENS also enjoys excellent connectivity. It is in close proximity to the proposed Metro line (2 kms), NH 8 (3 kms) and the expressway (2 kms).

The project is designed by renowned architectural firms like BDP Groupe6 (Europe), Ajoy Chaudhury and Associates (India) and Abaxial Architects (India), and is envisioned to be a masterpiece in design. Among the many design innovations, the perforated elevation of the building the duplex apartments in the high rise buildings.

Also featured in the project are an exclusive club, open-air amphitheatre, organic cafe, convenience stores, fitness club, aerobics and yoga centre, an arboretum which meanders over a 2 km long trail, pre-school and nursery school, and courts for basketball, tennis and squash.

Added to this package are amenities such as 24×7 power back-up, water security, broadband internet access, DTH satellite TV access, designated parking and state of the art security system.

However, the most amazing thing about the project is its pricing. Apartments here start at Rs. 30 lakhs (BSP), a figure which is a far cry from the Rs. 50 lakh & more that similar sized apartments sell for. Even the luxurious 5200 square feet penthouses will be available for less than Rs. 1.5 crores.

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  1. Posted June 24, 2008 at 3:41 am | Permalink

    Despite of the fact that the Haryana government has failed to provide adequate water and power to the existing population, the Haryana government continues to indiscriminately release licenses to developers for more projects. Being worried about the severe depletion of groundwater which will in turn lead to environmental and ecological degradation due to mindless and unplanned development. The residents’ associations of Gurgaon have moved the Supreme Court, seeking a complete ban on any more residential and commercial projects in Gurgaon and surrounding areas. They have demanded that the state agencies should first ensure adequate water supply to the existing population before thinking of future expansion. The petition also sought immediate ban on mass-scale extraction of scarce groundwater and its misuse for construction and commercial activities by the builders. What’s more, due to shortage in canal water supply, 70 per cent of the total water demand is being met by extracting groundwater The Central Ground Water Authority has announced Gurgaon as ‘Dark Zone’ and as per its report groundwater is being drawn three times its recharge. The petitioners have also claimed that a number of developers had managed to get environment clearances from the Ministry by furnishing false information that fifty percent of the water used in the construction process was supplied by the municipal sources (canal supply) and rest half by the contractors. The petitioners have brought into notice that in less than 15 years more than 10, 000 acres agriculture land has been converted into modern townships comprising state-of-the art residential, commercial and industrial townships.For more view-

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