The Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) has invited proposals from consulting firms to develop a master plan for a port city in the state. The master plan will need to take into account the location, size, infrastructure requirements, economic potential, and environmental impact of the port city.

The GMB is looking for a consultant who has experience in developing port cities and who can deliver a master plan that is both feasible and sustainable. The port city is expected to be a major economic driver for Gujarat and will create jobs and boost the economy. It is also expected to attract investment and tourism to the state.

The GMB has not yet announced a timeline for the development of the port city, but it is expected to take several years to complete.

The development of a port city in Gujarat is a major undertaking, but it has the potential to be a game-changer for the state. The GMB is committed to making the port city a success and is confident that it will be a major driver of economic growth for Gujarat.

In a statement, the GMB said that the port city would be “a state-of-the-art facility that will help to boost trade and commerce, create jobs, and attract investment.” The statement also said that the port city would be “designed to be environmentally friendly and sustainable.”

The GMB has received several proposals from consulting firms and is currently evaluating them. The board is expected to select a consultant in the next few months.

The development of a port city in Gujarat is a significant step for the state. It is a sign of Gujarat’s commitment to economic growth and development. The port city is expected to play a major role in the future of Gujarat and will help to make the state a major economic hub in the region.