A Brief Profile - The Genesis of Hapur Pilkhuwa Development Authority
Hapur Pilakhua Development Authority was established as a second and an independent authority from GDA by U.P. Administration during 1996-97. After keeping in view the geographical, historical and commercial industrial importance and in view of the planned development of NCR. Past many decades Delhi steady population and floating population have undergone an unprecedented increase.
This way Delhi's population has reached a saturation level in proportion to area of Delhi, as a result of which pollution level has increased. At the same time loan on the essential services has increased manifold and also the average speed of transport has decreased very much. Along with the insufficient support of electricity, there is also lack of drinking water because of its excessive and unplanned usage.
Hence the population density has increased too much over facilities for basic needs, according to any acceptable valid benchmarks in the capital. As a result of this Ghaziabad is also seeing an unprecedented increase in its population, by virtue of its proximity to Delhi. In such a scenario, in order to develop Hapur in a modern and planned manner. Many plans have been approved by National Capital Regional Board and its has been decided to implement order, the Delhi-Hapur route has been modernized so that now the journey is now comfortable and also takes less time. Hapur-Pilkhuwa Development Authority inception came in existence by U.P. Government under Notice No. 4517/9 residence - 5-96-997 DA/ 89 on 21 November 1996. including Hapur and Pilkhuwa Urban Region in HPDA, each of the following revenue villages, with one Km. on each side of the road on National Highway 24(NH-24) from Hapur to Ghaziabad (almost upto Mussorie NTPC canal have been included - Asora, Doyamee, Jarothee, Patna, Atarpur ((Tatarpur) Mansurpur, Hapur, Gramir, Sultanpur, Gondi, Imtori, Chintoli, Sabri, Chamri, Asroop Nagar, Achchaja, Nizampur, Kastala Kasmabad, Kavi (Kami), Khairpur, Piplabandpur, Mukeempur, Pilkuwa dehat, Sikhera, Rabera, Chajarasi, Partapur, Mirpur, Abdullhopur Ratari, Kanakpur,l Atrauli, Shaymnagar, Abdullahpur, Basant (Meerut),Badnaulla, Dastoi, Dadri, Dhirkhera, Dhanaura, Bayamara, Aurangabad Bateri, Muradnagar, Rampur, Raghunathpur, Anvarpur, Doohari, Hindapur, Lakhanpur, Fajolpur Nagar, Parson, Pipletira, Baroda Hindwan.
It is worth mentioning here that from historical point of view, Hapur is an ancient town which has been popular for its agricultural stocks. Similarly, Pilkhuwa is also a historic city and is popular for its cloth industry. After upgradation to 4 lane system of National Highway No. 24 which connects Delhi to Hapur the aforementioned Highway is being upgraded from Hapur to Moradabad and its is proposed to upgrade this highway upto Lucknow. Along with roadways, Hapur is also connected in all 4 directions through railways, e.g. along with Delhi Moradabad railway line, Hapur is also connected by rail with Meerut and Aligarh. In the light of this fact, there is a strong possibility of Hapur developing into potential growth centre in the NCR region.
In the same order, many high standard educational and research Institutes are getting established in Hapur-Pilkhuwa development region, e.g. , Dental College and research institute and D.P.S. school and others and many other educational and research centers are in the process of getting established similarly in the filed of housing many famous developers like Ansal Housing Group, Eros Group, etc. are investing huge amount of money in the field of housing and development of the town.