Bahadurgarh Master Plan 2031 has been created for Bahadurgarh. Bahadurgarh town is situated on Delhi-Hisar National Highway number 9 at a distance of 37 Kilometers from Delhi. It is located between 76º 55’ 25” East longitude and 28º 43’ 50” North latitude. The Najafgarh town and Nangloi village, which are important settlements of National Capital Region (NCR) Delhi, are located at a distance of 10 Kilometers and 14 Kilometer respectively. The town of Bahadurgarh is very well linked with Delhi and other important towns of Haryana such as Rohtak, Hisar by National Highway No. 9 and Railway line. Bahadurgarh town is an important Industrial town wherein Haryana Government has developed about 200 Hectares of land for Industrial purpose.
Vision of Bahadurgarh Master Plan 2031
Bahadurgarh town is proposed to be developed for a population of 4.84 Lac by 2031 AD. The Final development plan of Bahadurgarh town has been designed for an average residential density of 250 persons per hectare. Due to provision of 100 meter wide green belt on both sides of proposed Bye-pass, the overall town density works out to about 97 persons per hectare. An area of 1700 hectares has been reserved for residential purpose on the basis of average residential density of 250 persons per hectare. The sector 2, 6, 7 part, 9 part, 9A are developed and sector 1, 10, 11 and 13 are under development as residential sector and the density is proposed to be kept as earlier plan i.e. 200 Person per Hectare. The residential sectors adjoining to District Shopping Centre and Institutional areas would also be developed on the basis of residential density of 250 persons per hectare.
Objective of Bahadurgarh Master Plan 2031
In order to cater the commercial needs of Bahadurgarh town, an area of 241.00 hectares has been reserved for commercial purpose. In this Final Development Plan, the above commercial area includes district shopping centers in sector 4, 9 part, 12 part, 27 part, 35 part, 36 part and 38 part. The existing grain-market of the town, which is located in a very congested area, has been proposed to be shifted to sector-38. An Auto Market has developed along National Highway-10 in an unorganized way, causing traffic jams and accidents. In order to solve this problem the said Auto-market was proposed to be shifted to a new site, earmarked in sector-9. All residential sectors would be developed on neighbourhood planning concept. The local commercial needs of each sector would be accomplished within those sectors by developing local shopping centers.