BDA is the acronym that stands for Bhubaneswar Development Authority, the agency created to promote and look after the construction activities of the Capital city. Since its inception, Bhubaneswar Development Authority has been undertaking endeavors to promote and secure its planned development. Besides providing homes to thousands of people in the city, the authority plays a significant role in preparing the plan, policies, and proposals for undertaking the orderly yet rapidly development of the city. The special drives of BDA to make our capital city clean, green and beautiful deserve special appreciation.
Since its inception, Bhubaneswar Development Authority has done commendable job in planned development, beautification of the city and providing housing projects and residential plots to all categories of the populace. The vision document for Bhubaneswar Cuttack Urban complex i.e. VISION - 2030 which is in the final stage of preparation by IIT-Kharagpur will be a path finder to build the capital city as one of the beautiful places to live in and we shall leave no stone unturned to achieve our mission.
Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Orissa is a unique amalgamation of tradition and modernism. Dotted with temples of the past era glorifying several Hindu Gods & Goddesses, it is rightly termed as a "City of Temples". It is a city which has seen the advent of many faiths like Hinduism, Jainism & Buddhism and their peaceful coexistence with each other that has resulted in reinforcing its secular image in the country.
Geographic And Demographic Profiles
Bhubaneswar is located on the eastern coastal region of India within the picturesque backdrop of its fringe areas. Nandankanan- the famous wild life sanctuary with the largest population of white tigers is located towards the northern side of the city. The rivers, Kuakhai & Daya(which carries many a historic tale in its fold) flows on the eastern and southernmost fringe of the city. The western fringe area is surrounded by a forest range with its rich ecological bio-diversity. Geographically, the city forms part of the mid-coastal plane of Orissa with an average elevation of 45 meters above the mean sea level. More interestingly, the city is centrally located between the two metropolises i.e Kolkotaand Chennaibeing connected by East coast Railway and National Highway No.5. The city is well connected by rail and air with Delhi and other state capitals. Khurda town is located in between 200-12’ North Longitude and 850-37’ East Longitude. Four major roads namely, National Highway No-5 and 224, State Highway-13 and No-27 make the town accessible to important places of the town. From physiographic point of view, Khurda forms part of the North-Eastern hilly tract. The extreme part is occupied by Barunei hill range. Jatni town is located in between 200–10’ North Latitude and 850-45’ East Longitude. It is connected to Bhubaneswar and Cuttack by both rail and road.
Quality of Life
Ongoing Projects : NETAJI SUBHAS ENCLAVE, GADAKANA
Future Scheme :