For the first time the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has reserved three plots for industrial use in the western part of the city. The plots have been identified in the Bhadaj area and would be put on sale once approval comes from the state government.

The town planning committee of AMC in its meeting recently finalised the draft of TP scheme no 151/A and gave its nod for the industrial use of land. General industrial land and Gamtal (revenue free land) are involved in the said TP scheme.


The draft TP scheme proposed 14,089 square metre land for residential, 20,316 square metre for commercial and maximum 25,358 square metre land for industrial purposes.

The state government had approved the draft TP scheme in July 2019. It had appointed a Town Planning Officer (TPO) in November 2021 for the TP scheme with a total area of 76. 18 hectare.

A deduction of 40 percent has been suggested while the TPO has sought advice for removing anomalies in survey number 61 of Bhadaj, including alignment of the 36 metre road. The town planning committee in its recently-held meeting gave nod to the issues raised by the TPO. There are total 31 plots in the TP scheme 151/ A Nine plots admeasuring 31,183 square metres have been reserved for schools and social infrastructure while eight plots admeasuring 21,233 square metres have been kept for sports fields, gardens and open spaces.