Cooperation from the Government of Kerala

Suggestions on our part for the speedy implementation of the Industrial Park Policy.

  1. Electrical substation up-gradation and cabling.
  2.  Reduction of Land Registration fee and exemption of re-registration fee for land within the park for investors.
  3. Denotify land for the purpose of the park
  4. A suggestion to allow intercropping of fruits and vegetables in plantations was put forward to Shri Pinarayi Vijayan, the Chief Minister, who announced that the Kerala Land Reform Act will be amended to allow intercrop cultivation. This will provide food safety for the State which receives highly contaminated fruits and vegetables. The proposed park will give facilities for food-related industries and preservation.
  5. Give infrastructural development funds available to this private Industrial park as provided to KINFRA, KSIDC, CIDCO, etc.
  6. We are confident that the political will and timely action by the State government will ensure the success of this project which will promote employment possibilities.
  7. We humbly request single-window clearance for the Park and the projects inside the Park
  8. Central Travancore Regional Development – Central Chambers already proposed a few projects to Shri Pinarayi Vijayan, the Chief Minister of Kerala for the development of the region during his visit to Pathanamthitta (Aban Plaza, Date: 22-12-2020). We suggest the establishment of the Central Travancore Development Authority (CTDA) to coordinate for the development of the region.
    1. Edanadu Industrial Estate (EIƎ) will be a unique model of industrial estate
    2. which utilises natural resources like solar, rain, wind, air etc., 
    3. for circular economic development and plan to use land intelligently as a precious commodity. 
    4. This project bases itself on UN 17 sustainable development goals
    5. The main objective of the project is mainly to develop self-reliance of the Central Travancore Region 
    6. in view of Atma Nirbhar, Local to Global and Government initiatives of 
    7. “Ease of Doing Business and Industry in Kerala”.
    8.  
    1. Start Up Facility
    2. Research and Development Area
    3. Prototyping and 3D Printing Facility
    4. International Technology Transfer and Collaboration Centre
  1. Kerala as an Industry Friendly Destination 
  2. New Employment to the Skilled and the Unskilled
  3. Space for Industry and Business Opportunity for NRI Returnees and New Entrepreneurs
  4. Local and Regional Development 
  5. Ownership to Industrial Land without Lease which can Attract Bank Loans
  6. New Investment and Business Location including attracting “nostalgia economy” – interest to invest in the projects of country of origin
  7. Resilience Plan for Reviving MSME (Post-COVID Plan)
  8. Vocal about Local – Self-reliance of Local Economy and Production (Atma Nirbharta) and Branding Local Products and Services
  9. We are expecting about 300 cr. direct investment and an indirect investment about 500 cr. in  Edanad Industrial Estate.
  10. Edanad Industrial Estate will generate direct employment giving employment for approximately 2500 people and indirect jobs about 2500 people.   
  11. A Place for “Ease of Doing Business” as Promoted by the Government of Kerala
  12. Edanad Industrial Estate, A Model for Private Industrial Park Policy
  • Quick launch of production
  • Benefits from ownership of land
  • Economies of shared costs
  • The proximity of one industry benefits the next
  • Enhanced market image
  • Business partnerships
  • Regular upkeep and maintenance of infrastructure.