The 178.95 hectares long industrial area of Amravati lies four km from Amravati city, towards Bandera, in Maharashtra, India.
The land came into MIDC's possession in 1975; thereafter development work began in the same year and nowal most all the infrastructural facilities like roads, street lights, water supply, etc have been provided. The area is virtually fully occupied by entrepreneurs.
Water: Water is drawn from the Benoda trench, which is about two km from the area, through a 200 mm diameter CI pipe line; the water is further treated at a filtration plant and then stored in a sump of capacity 250 cum. and in an ESR of capacity 500 cum. Average daily water consumption of this area is about 1,000 cum.
Roads: All main roads have land width of 30 m and internal roads have land width of 15 m, 20 m and 25 m. All roads have streetlights and trees along their sides; the roads have been asphalted too. Fire Station: MIDC has constructed a fire station building, which has been handed over to the Amravati Municipal Corporation.
Electricity: MSEB has established a substation of capacity 132 KV, to supply power to the area. An L.T. power supply network is also available.
Telecommunication Facility / Connectivity: A separate telephone exchange, with a capacity of 1,500 lines, has been set up. Telephone facilities are thus available to the allotted.
Street lights: All the roads are well it with HPSV (high pressure sodium vapor) lamps varying from 70 W to 250 W. Common Facility Centre: MIDC has constructed a recreation hall in the colony premises, a common facility center building accommodating a police chowky and canteen along with two dormitory units.