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Over 150 Kms of TT Water Supply Lines to be Laid for Maintenance of 600 City Parks

OVER 150 KMS OF TT WATER SUPPLY LINES TO BE LAID FOR MAINTENANCE OF 600 CITY PARKS
  • Date: May 15, 2024
  • Author: shreyasvi singh

In a bid to enhance the greenery and aesthetics of the city’s landscape, municipal authorities have announced plans to lay over 150 kilometers of TT (Territory Treated Water) water supply lines. The ambitious project aims to ensure the proper maintenance and upkeep of more than 600 parks spread across the city, providing adequate water supply for irrigation and nurturing of green spaces.

The initiative, which marks a significant investment in urban infrastructure and environmental conservation, underscores the municipality’s commitment to promoting sustainable development and enhancing the quality of life for residents. With green spaces serving as vital lungs of the city, the provision of sufficient water resources is essential to preserve their vitality and beauty.

Under the AMRUT 2.0 mission, which focuses on urban rejuvenation and transformation, the installation of these water pipes marks a crucial step towards achieving sustainable development goals. By prioritizing the enhancement of water supply infrastructure, authorities aim to address the growing needs of Chandigarh’s burgeoning population and industrial sectors.

The implementation of the project underscores the commitment of municipal authorities towards ensuring equitable access to essential services and fostering growth and development across the city. With improved water supply networks in place, residents can look forward to a more reliable and resilient water supply system that meets the demands of a rapidly evolving urban landscape.

As the installation of HDPE piping reaches completion, residents of Modern Housing Complex and Industrial Areas Phase 1 and 2 are poised to benefit from improved water quality and reliability. The project represents a significant investment in the city’s future, laying the groundwork for sustainable urban development and inclusive growth.