Parking lots will be constructed on one ropani of land in the Thapathali office of Food Management and Trading Company.
New Parking Lot At Thapathali – Headline
Parking lots will be constructed on one ropani of land in the Thapathali office of Food Management and Trading Company. The city development fund is preparing to conduct a feasibility study.
According to Surya Bahadur Karki, the information officer of the fund, the fund is studying the feasibility of food management and trading company land in Thapathali as a pilot project. For that, the process of hiring a consultant is now underway.
“It has not been decided in which model the parking lot will be built. After the feasibility study, it will be decided which model and at what price the parking lot will be built.” We will make it only as a model plan, ‘said Karki.
The construction of the parking lot is estimated to cost around Rs. 20 million. The amount is ready to be borrowed.
Although the private sector has shown interest in constructing parking lots, Karki said that discussions are underway on building the parking lot in collaboration with the private sector.
“As the fund has so far only worked for the metropolis and municipalities, separate preparations are being made to work with the private sector,” Karki said.
According to Navin Tiwari, engineer of the fund, the feasibility study will take 3/4 months to complete, and then the construction will be completed within a year.
Some time ago, the fund had demanded applications for the construction of many parking lots. At that time, Thapathali, Tripureshwor, Kalimati, Teku, Soltimode, Kalanki, Kuleshwar, Balkhu, New Road, Thamel, New Bazaar, Putalisadak, Durbar Marg, Anamnagar, Babarmahal, New Baneshwor, Old Baneshwor, Gaushala, Chabahil, Mitra Park were listed as possible places.
Similarly, the parking lot will be constructed on the main busy roads, including Lanchaur, Lazimpat, Maharajganj, Baluwatar, Bishalnagar, Bhatbhateni, Gyaneshwar, Naxal, Garidhara, Hadigaun, Min Bhawan, Koteshwor, Pulchowk, Jawalakhel, Satdobato, Kupandol, and other inland lands.