Kalyani Industrial Growth Centre - Phase I
Kalyani Phase I
Growth Centre snapshot
|Gram Panchayat||Gayespur Municipality|
|Total Area of Land||102 acres|
|Allottable area||92 acres|
|Area Available for allotment||Nil|
|No. of industrial units||21|
|Lease Premium||Rs. 30.65 lakh per acree|
The Growth Centre is well connected by road to Barrackpore Kalyani Expressway (which leads to Kolkata) via Kulia Kachrapara road and NH-34 connector (also known as Kalyani Muragacha road.
The nearest station is Kalyani Railway Station, 2.6 km away from the Kalyani Growth Centre. The Growth Centre is situated at a distance of about 50-55 Kms from Sealdah and Howrah railway stations. Rail frequency from Kolkata to Kalyani railway station is very good.
Kolkata port is the closest port to the Kalyani Phase I at the distance of 61.1Km. Haldia port is located approximately 158 Km away from the site.
The nearest Airport is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport, Kolkata located at a distance of 48 Km from the Kalyani Growth Centre Phase I.
The Growth Centre is providing lease holding to various industrial units and institutions for setting up their plants with Building Plan approved by the WBIIDC itself.
|At a glance:|
|Water supply system||
|Surface drainage system||
|Administrative Office of WBIIDC||
Paved Bituminous internal roads are providing facilities of entry and exit access to all Industrial units within the Growth Centre.
PowerWest Bengal State Electricity Board is supplying stable and quality power supply to the Growth Centre.
Water is supplied to industrial units by pumping out water from bore wells. Overhead Storage Reservoir is under construction and water will be supplied through storage reservoir.
WBIIDC has taken initiatives for solar powered LED street light installation towards utilization of renewable energy and reduction of carbon footprint.
Drainage and Sewerage
Drainage of treated industrial and storm sewer is facilitated through network of surface drains
There are about 21 industrial units in this phase of Kalyani Industrial Growth Centre. . Some of the prominent industrial units are
Phoenix Yule Ltd. producing Steel Cord conveyor belt,
Textile conveyor belt, Splicing material
A.B. Mauri India Pvt. Ltd. producing Baker's east
Tega Industries Ltd. producing specialized wear resistant
and molded product
W.B. Filaments & Lamps Ltd. producing Tungsten
Filament, Digital communication equipment, railway
signal equipment, microprocessor based system
Snapshot of Industries
|No. of industrial units||21|
|Investment||Rs. 265 crores|
|Units employing more than 100 people||5|
|Units with investment more than INR 10 crore||3|
|Types of units||Engineering/ancillary, chemicals, metal-based etc.|
|Land Use Category-Industrial|
|Allotees need not apply for Change of Land Usage Character|
|Details of Infrastructure may also be seen in GIS System||GIS System|
Approvals Required for Starting a Manufacturing Enterprise in the Industrial Growth Centre
|1||WB Directorate of Micro Small & Medium Industry||Link|
|2||Goods and Services Tax||Link|
|3||Professional Tax Registration||Link|
|4||Income Tax Department||Link|
|5||Directorate of Factories Government of West Bengal||Link|
|6||Registration of Partnership Firms||Link|
|7||West Bengal Cooperative Societies||Link|
|8||Fire and Emergency Services||Link|
|9||West Bengal Pollution Control Board||Link|
|10||Petroleum & Explosive Safety Organisation||Link|
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