About Tamilnadu Polymer Industries Park Limited
Tamil Nadu is one of the most industrialised states in the country and also a favourable destination for investors. Considering the scope for plastic and allied industries, Government of Tamil Nadu took initiative to promote “Polymer Industries Park” exclusively for housing plastic and allied industries by dovetailing the grant available under centrally sponsored “Scheme for setting up of Polymer Parks” of Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals (DC&PC), Government of India.
Detailed Project Report for the Establishment of Polymer Industries Park in Voyalur and Puzhudivakkam Villages, Thiruvallur District
Tamilnadu Industrial Development Corporation Limited (TIDCO) & State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamilnadu Limited (SIPCOT) Jointly formed a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) in the name of “Tamilnadu Polymer Industries Park Limited (TPIPL)” for setting up of the park. The SPV identified 265.66 acres of land in Puzhudivakkam and Voyalur Villages, Tiruvallur District close to Ennore Port which is in possession of TPIPL for the establishment of the park.
The total plot area is 239.82 acres, out of which phase-I is 180.91 acres. and phase II 58.91 acres. The design philosophy followed for the industrial plots at the Park is “maximum access and function”. In other words, the layout has been designed to optimize flow and functionality in line with the modern planning concepts.
Internal Road Network
To ensure that all parts of the site are effectively connected with each other along with efficient traffic movements, a primary road around 4 km length of main carriageway with a ROW of 30m width connecting the entries / exit is proposed. Further, 286.70m internal road with ROW of 30m and 604.50m internal road with ROW of 24m wide is provided access to all the plots in the park.
External Road Connectivity
The park can be approached thorough the proposed the Northern Port Access Road, which is located on the northern edge of the Polymer Industries Park. Alternatively, the park can also be reached through ash pipeline road at the south which shall be upgraded for better accessibility to the Park.
All the roads are illuminate with LED lights. The height of the lamp post is 10 meters and twin collar street light poles are used. The street lights are placed at 25-30 m intervals along the entire stretch of roads including the proposed external road.
Storm Water Drainage System
A key design aspect of the Park would be the storm water disposal. Considering the topographic features and the levels at the site, a network of storm water drains parallel to the proposed road network (i.e.) for 4.58 Km has been constructed to drain the storm water.
Considering the type of industries that are likely to be housed in the polymer park and also based on the SPVs experience in developing industrial parks/complexes, it is estimated that the average water requirement for non-water intensive industries such as plastic processing, plastic machinery manufacturing and other auxiliary material manufacturing is estimated at 5000 litres per acre of allottable area including commercial water requirement.
The Power requirement of the Park will be supplied by Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Co Ltd (TANGEDCO). The user enterprises individually will avail power supply from the substation that would be located within the Park.
CRZ and Environmental clearance
The extent of land falling under CRZ notification, 2019 is 6.61 acres. Since, the lands falling under CRZ is utilized only for OSR, the site is free from CRZ ambit.
SEIAA issued EC vide letter dated 11.12.2019
The proposed Park is situated at Voyalur and Puzhudivakkam Villages, in Ponneri Taluk, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu and is approximately 30 km north of Chennai, the State Capital.
The location has a good connectivity in terms of road, rail, port and the same is given below:
The nearest highway and the main link to the proposed site is State Highway 56 (TPP road) which connects Tiruvottiyur, Ponneri, Panchetty. And the NH – 16 is located about 22 kms from the proposed project site.
Chennai International Airport is located at a distance of 45 km from the proposed project site.
There are 3 ports located near the proposed project site namely Ennore Port, Kattupalli Port, Chennai Port located at a distance of 5 ,6 and 26 km namely.
The Athipattu railway station is the nearest railway station which is located 3.30 km from the proposed project site, connecting Ennore port to athipattu.
Voyalur and Puzhudivakkam villages,
Storm water drainage
24/7 power supply
Accessable Road network
surplus ground water
- Tamil Nadu is a leader amongst the south Indian states in terms of plastics production and consumption.
- More than 9 lakh tonne Plastics consumption in Tamil Nadu.
- Approx. Rs.18,000 crore revenue generated by plastics related business in the State.
- More than 10 lakh Direct and indirect employment provided by 8000+ small and medium enterprises.
- Plastic manufacturers from Chennai are known for specialty plastics and especially those for automobile, electronic, hardware sectors, etc.
Advantages Of Tamilnadu Polymer Industries Park Limited
- The park is very close to Ennore and Kattupalli port
- The entire extent of land is in possession of TIDCO.
- Chennai has a strong plastic industries base.
- Presence of supporting institution viz. CIPET.
- Proximity to LNG terminal.
- Availability of skilled manpower at competitive rates.
- Conducive work culture.
Joint venture of TIDCO & SIPCOT
Tamilnadu Industrial Development Corporation Limited (TIDCO), a Government of Tamil Nadu Enterprise, was incorporated as a Limited Company in the year 1965 ;in order to identify and promote the establishment of large and medium scale industries within the State of Tamil Nadu in association with the private sector. The company’s authorized share capital is Rs.1250 million of which Rs.720 million has been issued and has been entirely subscribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamilnadu Limited (SIPCOT) has rendered fruitful services to the state by identifying, developing, maintaining industrial areas in backward and most backward talukas of the State, which had potential to grow.Establish, develop, maintain and manage industrial complexes, parks and growth centres at various places across the State of Tamil Nadu. SIPCOT’s role in assisting the industrialization in the State is not only quantitative but also qualitative.