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Andal, in West Bengal, is going to be the site of India’s first Airetropolis – a private airport city at a cost of 5 billion dollars and based on 3500 acres of land. The city will be owned by the Singapore’s Changi International Airport, and constructed by Bengal Airetropolis Project Limited. In the first phase, initiative was taken for the acquisition of 2362.84 acres of land.
|Level of Investment:||5,000,000,000|
|Type of population||Rural|
|Company names or state enterprises:||Bengal Airetropolis Project Limited|
Pawan Hans Limited
|Relevant government actors:||Civil Aviation ministry, Government of India, Government of West Bengal, West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation|
|Environmental justice organizations (and other supporters) and their websites, if available:||Adhikar (a local group), Local Villagers, Socialist Unity Centre of India (SUCI), Communist Party of India (Marxist)|