20 Nov 2019

The Regional Plan-2041 for NCRQuick read

Source: PIB

The inaugural conclave “NCR-2041” with the theme “Planning for Tomorrow’s Greatest Capital Region” was held in the national capital on 11th November 2019


The Regional Plan with the horizon year 2021 was notified on the 17th of September 2005 and is presently in force. A Regional Plan with the next horizon year 2041 is required to be prepared now. The Regional Plan addresses various sectors namely Transport, Water, Sewerage, Solid Waste, Power, Regional Land use, etc. As per a report by United Nation, Delhi is slated to become the world’s largest metropolis overtaking Tokyo by 2028. 

Who organized it?

National Capital Region -2041” was organized by the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB)


The Conclave had participation from all NCR participating States, concerned Ministries/Departments of Government of India, Knowledge Institutions, Industries, Housing Associations, Subject Experts, Field Officers from various districts, and other stakeholders.

About NCR

The National Capital Region (NCR) is a distinct federal setup having the National Capital Territory of Delhi as its core. It is a unique example of inter-state regional planning and development. The NCR covers around 55,083 sq.kms. of the area with around 60 million population. The constituent areas of the National Capital Region are as under:

  1. Entire National Capital Territory of Delhi
  2. Haryana sub-region comprises of the districts of Gurugram, Faridabad, Rohtak, Sonepat, Rewari, Jhajjar, Mewat, Palwal, Panipat, Mahendregarh, Jind, Karnal, Bhiwani, and Charkhi Dadri.
  3. Rajasthan sub-region comprises districts of Alwar and Bharatpur.
  4. Uttar Pradesh Sub-region comprises of the districts of Gautam Buddha Nagar, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Bulandsahr, Baghpat, Hapur, Muzaffarnagar, and Shamli.

 About National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB)

  • It was constituted by the Act of Parliament in 1985, as a statutory body under the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, Govt. of India.  
  • The NCRPB is tasked to evolve harmonized policies for the control of land-uses and development of infrastructure in the region so as to avoid any haphazard development.

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