The government of Haryana has put together a new policy for setting up multi-model logistics parks, integrated container depots, agro-warehouses, cold chain facilities, and gas godowns.
The new policy states that a minimum area of 100 acres will be required for setting up a multi-model logistics park, while a minimum of 50 acres will be needed for an inland container depot.
For a logistics park, developers will require 25 acres. However, for warehousing with retail facilities and truckers parks (up to a distance of 2 km on/along the national highway) 10 acres each will be needed.
The area needed for an agro-based warehouse must be at least 2 acres, followed by cold chain storage (0.5 acres) and gas godown (0.18 acres).
These establishments will be allowed to have ticketing machine rooms, cloakroom, toilets, wireless stations, security, and generator rooms. For warehouses, 15 percent area for parking must be reserved, the new policy states.
Furthermore, in trucker parking lots, 10 percent of the site area with a 150-floor area ratio (FAR) will be used for restaurant and retail shops, fuel stations, and repair and service stations.