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Old Posted May 13, 2007, 3:08 PM
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Trissur (Trichur) gallery

Trissur (Trisivaperur in olden days) is the cultural capital of Kerala state - famous for its
colourful Pooram (temple festival). Trissur is situated 80 kms north of Cochin. Cochin's
recent boom has triggered a rise in commercial importance of Trissur. Besides, India's 4th biggest international airport - Cochin International is situated midway between Cochin and Trissur.
This thread start by showcasing the first mega residential project in this town.

Sobha City - array of 26 storeyed residential apartments
Total built up area - 3.5 million sqft.
Investment Rs.850 crore. ($188 million)




That makes Trissur the only place in Kerala after Cochin to have 25+ storeyed highrises.

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tats just amazing..i hav seen the site several time while passing thru by bus.. renik apart from this there include a shopping mall and a 5 star hotel..plz do include those pics also..
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tats just amazing..i hav seen the site several time while passing thru by bus.. renik apart from this there include a shopping mall and a 5 star hotel..plz do include those pics also..
Sanju,

Keep watching http://www.sobhadevelopers.com. They will put up everything slowly.
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Alukkas Castle
Thrissur - 17 floors


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Old Posted May 23, 2007, 2:46 PM
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renik i was about to post this project...saw the add in todays mathrubhumi..
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Spectacular views of Sobha City Trissur

Click here - Go to the bottom of the page for 3D visual tour


This Rs. 850 cr ($ 200 million) project is a curtain raiser for a Rs.15000 cr ($ 3.6 billion) Sobha Hitech City at Kochi. Great appetiser for skyscraper fans.

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Trissur gets an IT SEZ !!

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Trichur poised to enter IT Business Market with Trichur Infopark by Elite Group

ET- 14.06.07 LEADING FOOD processing company Elite Group along with NRIs is promoting an IT park in Thrissur at a cost of Rs 250 crore. The 47 acre park will be situated at Pudukkad near the Kochi-Thrissur highway. TR Ragulal, managing director of Elite Group told ET that the company would hold over 50% share of the park which has been christened Trichur Technopark.

The company has already applied for IT SEZ status. “Usually the availability of land stands in the way of SEZ. But in our case, the acquisition is over and hence we are expecting the notification soon,’’ Mr Ragulal said. The SEZ norms require setting apart 1 million sq ft for IT.

The Rs 150 crore Elite Group is in search of an anchor customer for the park. It has approached Rolta and Satyam as most of the other major IT players have taken land at Technopark at Thiruvananthapuram or Infopark at Kochi. “The anchor customer should take at least 2 lakh sq ft. We will do a joint branding exercise with them for the park. Rolta feels there is a good potential for IT engineering outsourcing in the country,’’ he said.

Apart from the IT facilities, the park will be developed as a township with school, hospital, shopping mall and recreational facilities. The park land is atop a hill offering a panoramic view. According to Mr Ragulal, the biggest advantage will be the proximity to Cochin International Airport. The park is 30 kms away from the airport and 15 kms away from Thrissur town. With the four-laning of the road now under construction, it will be hardly 30 minutes drive to the airport, Mr Ragulal points out.

Being in central Kerala, Thrissur is accessible from both south and northern parts of Kerala. Besides, it is a cultural capital and a centre of ayurveda companies.
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LuLu to start Intn'l Business School and a Rs.150 cr five-star hotel in Trissur

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Emke plans mall, school and hotel in Kerala
Published: Friday, 31 August, 2007, 01:15 AM Doha Time

By Ashraf Padanna
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The UAE-based retail major EMKE Group which recently opened an International Convention Centre (ICC) in Thrissur, is expanding its presence here with an International Business School (IBS) and a Rs1.5bn five-star hotel.
The construction of the 150-room hotel at the LuLu ICC will begin in December and the IBS early next year, the EMKE Group managing director MA Yusuffali said.
This is in addition to the a 1.2mn sq ft mall LuLu, the flagship supermarket and hypermarket brand of the Indian-owned conglomerate which runs 58 stores in the Gulf, has lined up for 2009 launch in the port city of Kochi.
It targets sales to touch US$2.4bn, an increase of 125 percent from the 2006 figures of US$1.07bn, by 2010.
Currently the group operates supermarkets and hypermarkets in the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Yemen and plans to launch its operations in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain by the yearend.
Yusaffali said acquisition of land had almost been completed for the proposed IBS in Thrissur, being set up in cooperation with universities abroad. There would be waivers on fees for the poor students. Full Story
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7 Star Resort At Thalikkulam

Another 7 star resort for Kerala! This one is coming up at Thalikkulam. See rendering here:
http://www.designcombine.com%2Fdc2006.pdf
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Kenz thrissur


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Environmental clearance for Sobha City

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Subject: Construction of ?Sobha City? at Sy. No. 218, 217, 534 to 544, 546 to 556, Kolazhy/Adat Panchayat, Puzhakkal, Guruvayyur Road, Thrissur District, Kerala by M/s. Sobha City ? Environmental Clearance ? Reg.

Dear Sirs,


This has reference to your application No. NIL, dated NIL and subsequent letter dated 05.02.2008 seeking prior Environmental Clearance for the above project under the EIA Notification, 2006. The proposal has been appraised as per prescribed procedure in the lights of provisions under the EIA Notification, 2006 on the basis of the mandatory documents enclosed with the application viz., the Questionnaire, EIA, EMP and the additional clarifications furnished in response to the observations of the Expert Appraisal Committee constituted by the competent authority in its meetings held on 19th - 22nd November, 2007 and 13th ? 14th March, 2008 and awarded ?Silver? grading to the project.
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