SIPCOT will form Joint Venture in Tamil Nadu for Industrial Park with land owners

SIPCOT will form Joint Venture in Tamil Nadu for Industrial Park with land owners


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SIPCOT, Tamil Nadu to Develop Industrial Estates in Tamil nadu with Private Landowners. The Tamil Nadu government is innovating to meet the growing demand for industrial land. SIPCOT will form a Joint Venture in Tamil Nadu for an Industrial Park with Private land owners.

Here’s a summary:

  • Joint Ventures with Private Landowners:

    • Sipcot (State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu) can now partner with private landowners holding a minimum of 100 acres.
    • This aims to address land acquisition issues and rising real estate costs.
    • Sipcot will hold a 2-11% stake in these joint ventures.
  • Benefits for Landowners:

    • Potential to develop their land and benefit from industrial growth.
  • Benefits for Investors:

    • Increased availability of industrial land.
    • Existing benefits (like 50% stamp duty exemption) extended to these joint venture estates.
  • Focus Areas:

    • Optimizing existing industrial clusters (e.g., Chennai).
    • Balanced industrial development across the state.
  • Sipcot’s Expansion Plans:

    • New industrial estates and townships in various locations (Hosur, Manallur, Thindivanam, etc.)
    • Five food parks across the state (each on 150-200 acres)
  • Initiatives for Existing Units:

    • Permission to set up “plug & play” industrial sheds and warehouses on their unutilized land.
    • Reduced sub-leasing charges to encourage land utilization.

This move by the Tamil Nadu government is expected to improve industrial land availability and attract new investors to the state.


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