A major lacuna in Sarjapur Road is the lack of good coordinated traffic control of traffic movement. So, efficient road ways and traffic control are the heightened need of the day for this already populated residential and commercial real estate. Besides, due to lack of proper planning, this area suffers from problems of road and sewage management.
There is a sustained demand for residential accommodation from end-users, but supply has surpassed demand. This apart, pre-launches and launches are likely to continue, but at a slower rate. This entire locale is geared to cater to nearly a third of the Bangalore’s residential space demand.
The prevailing market price of property in Sarjapur is still reasonable in correlation to that of Koramangala and Indiranagar. But the area is far from reaching a point of concentration as there is sustained growth and development taking place.
- Sarjapur Road depends on water tankers for regular water supply as the area doesn’t receive water from the river Cauvery.
- The distance to Kempegowda International Airport is 52 kilometers, so it is a very long distance to transit.
- BBMP is unable to effectively address disposal of garbage at the rate of its population growth.
- Due to constricted stretches on Sarjapur Road, there are often times in a day when traffic snarls during peak hours.
- The level of ground water is depleting fast.
- The proposed widening of the stretch between Outer Ring Road junction and Dommasandra may take while when the traffic conditions may get far worse.
- It may be quite a while before Phase III of Namma Metro links up Sarjapur Road.
- Proposed Peripheral Ring Road may be while before it takes shape on the ground level.