Coimbatore Master Plan to be fast tracked and other stories
Coimbatore Collector G.S. Sameeran said he has asked for a dedicated team to take up the revision work and all changes in land use patterns will be incorporated according to a report in The Hindu.
Coimbatore’s need for a revised Master Plan is likely to be addressed as the State government and the district administration plan to finalise the revised plan in 18 months.
In other news Mill workers and trade union members on Wednesday staged a protest near the south taluk office, demanding reopening of all mills run by the National Textile Corporation in Coimbatore according to the Times of India.
The protestors, led by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (Citu) district president Padamanaban and Labour Progressive Front district secretary Parthasarathy, demanded that mill workers be paid full salary.
Here’s some investment news from Kishore Chandran’s tweet for Coimbatore #nammakovai.
New Investments – Namma Kovai.
*Srivaru Motors – ₹1000 Crores – 4500 employment
*Arcv Holdings Pvt Ltd – ₹300 c – 400 employment
*Premier find linens pvt Ltd – Sulur- ₹1500 c – 1100 employment
*Avigna Industrial Park – 837 Crores – 1395 employment. pic.twitter.com/bRKDh6i4OH
— 🇮🇳Kishore Chandran (@Kishore36451190) July 20, 2021