Healthcare – super-specialty hospitals</li></li></ul><li>The 11th Five Year Plan has set an ambitious target of increasing total investment in infrastructure from around 5% of GDP in the base year of the Plan 2006-07 to 9% by the terminal year 2011-2012.<br />Approx total investment requirement of Rs. 2,056,150 crore ($ 514 billion) for ten infrastructure sectors<br />
Investment scenario<br />If growth in GDP to be sustained GCFI in infrastructure must keep pace.<br />Total estimated investment of USD 514 billion in infrastructure up to 2012<br />
Demand Potential<br />Ports: 877 million tonnes of traffic by 2011-2012<br />15.5% growth expected in containerized traffic<br />Airports: Passenger and cargo traffic slated to grow at over 20% annually<br />Railways: Freight traffic is growing at close to 10% and passenger traffic at close to 8% annually<br />Power: 13% peaking and 8% average shortage of power annually<br />
AIRPORTS<br /><ul><li> 78 million sq. ft of space will come up for development by 2015.
Approximately 78 million sq. ft. of real estate space, across retail, commercial and hospitality can be expected in the country by 2015 with the modernization and up gradation of the 47 airport projects
These projects cover a total of approximately 40,000 acres of airport area, which includes 40 Brownfield, and 7 Greenfield projects.
India has seen an average annual growth rate of 35 % a period of six years as against global growth rate of 9%</li></ul>Source: Cushman & Wakefield.<br />
(Estimated investment USD 67 billion)<br />Dedicated Freight Corridors with PPP sub-projects envisaging more than USD 7 billion investment for the North South, East West Corridors alone<br />Container operations<br />Rail side warehousing<br />Logistics Parks<br />Development of Rail links to Ports<br />Dedicated rail links for evacuation of specific industrial items<br />Modernization of Railway Stations<br />Development of new routes<br />
Note: These projections are inclusive of Metro Rail Projects.<br />
Ports:(Estimated investment USD 11 billion)<br />The average per capita cargo handled at Chinese ports stood at 4,265 kg in ’06, while the average in the US was even higher at 7,953 kg. average per capita cargo handled at Indian ports was less than one-seventh that of China, at 572 kg. <br />According to the Planning Commission, the domestic port sector needs investments of $18 billion by ’12.<br /><ul><li> National Maritime Development Programme
Urban Infrastructure<br />Mass Rapid Transit Systems at Mumbai at a capital cost of about USD 2.5 billion, Hyderabad and Kolkata at about USD 1 billion each, Ahmedabad at about USD 950 million and other cities <br />