New Town is Kolkata's fast-growing satellite town. It falls under the district of North 24 Parganas in West Bengal, India. It is near to Kolkata, and it is covered by New Town Kolkata Development Authority (NKDA).
On the north-east side of Kolkata, this new Information Technology and Residential hub has been built. The area consisted primarily of vast acres of farmland and water sources, which were bought and intended for development. The former UPA government proclaimed the New Town a solar city and declared the town a smart green city. A 10,5-km wireless area was provided for New Town along the main arterial route, from Haldiram to the Salt Lake Sector V airport near Dumdum / Kolkata. The first Wireless Internet connection in India also makes it possible. The stretch was declared a green corridor.
There is much less moisture in winter than in summer. The average annual temperature in New Town is 26.1 °C | 78.9 °F. Approximately 1681 mm | 66.2 inches of precipitation occurs annually.
The New Town is at 22°35"22" N-88°28" E." The city is situated in the North 24 Parganas
district in Bidhannagar. It belongs to the metropolitan area of Kolkata.
The new city with an extra floating population of 0.5 million is projected at over 1 million.
The most relevant modes of transport are air-conditioned, residential, non‐AC government, taxi, and other Indian traditional transports such as car rickshaws and e-rickshaws, like elsewhere in Kolkata. Around 300 coaches transfer or originate from New Town on 25 separate bus routes.
The nearest branch of Agrawal packing and moving Saltlake is near Eco Park.
Agarwal Packers and Movers New Town
DLF Galleria, 8 No, Major Arterial Road, South East Extension,
BL-AF, Flat DGK-514, 5th Floor, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700156
Jorhat, New Alipore, Behala, Salt Lake, IIT Kharagpur, Kasba, Bhowanipore, Haldia, Durgapur, Raniganj, Kalighat, Madhyamgram, Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation, Kalyani, Bangaon, Barasat, Darjeeling, Naihati