A 30,000-Seat Cricket And Football Stadium Will Be Built In Dwarka Soon

The sports complex has a total area of 6.4 lakh square feet and a total projected project cost of Rs 350 crore. Lt Governor V K Saxena of Delhi lay the groundwork for a world-class international cricket-football stadium with a 30,000-seat capacity in Dwarka on Saturday.

The arena, which will span 51 acres in the sub-Sector city’s 19 B, will be built through a public-private collaboration, according to officials. The LG lay the groundwork for an integrated multi-sports stadium on the occasion of ‘Sewa Diwas,’ which commemorates Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 72nd birthday.

According to the DDA, the entire anticipated cost of the project is Rs 350 crore, with a three-year completion period. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) laid the groundwork for an international-level cricket and football stadium in Dwarka on Saturday, with a seating capacity of 30,000.

How These Sports Facilities Match The International Standards 

This 51-acre project aiming at constructing sports facilities in the Dwarka sub-city is expected to be completed in three years.

According to local MP Parvesh Sahib Singh, the project was launched on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday and aligns with his Fit India agenda.

The stadium will also have a sports club and other facilities for sports like as swimming, tennis, badminton, squash, and table tennis, as well as indoor multi-sports facilities with a seating capacity of 2000. The facilities will also be offered to the local community for a fee.

The project is being undertaken by a private corporation as part of a public-private collaboration on the design, finance, operate, and transfer model over a 30-year concession period.

The Commercial Facilities Included In The Sports Complex

In addition, 3.45 lakh square feet of commercial facilities, including retail, hotel, hospitality, commercial office space, and sports support facilities, would be leased for 99 years under the design, finance, operate, and transfer model.

The DDA now operates 15 sports complexes, three micro sports complexes, two public golf courses, 17 swimming pools, and forty multigame. DDA also operates a public golf course, Qutab Golf Course, and another is being built in Dwarka’s Sector 24.

source- ET

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