27 October, 2020

Chandrapolis On The Krishna

The deadlines may seem a trifle unrealistic, but Naidu and his Amaravati vision are a work very much in progress

Buildings coming up for the interim secretariat at Velagapudi village
Photograph by K.R. Vinayan
Chandrapolis On The Krishna
outlookindia.com
2016-07-20T16:53:02+05:30

The Blueprint

  • The interim government complex, with a capacity to hold 4,500 employees, is spread over 45 acres. It has six buildings, four of which are being built by L&T and two by Shapoorji Pallonji. This secretariat is being built on black soil of the fertile Krishna delta. The cost is Rs 500 crore.
  • Andhra Pradesh has so far received Rs 1,050 crore from the Centre for building the Capital. It needs between Rs 45,000 crore-I00,000 crore overall. HUDCO has given Rs 7,500 crore; World Bank is to provide $1 billion spread over several years.
  • McKinsey and Company has prepared a socio-economic masterplan which predicts that the capital region of Amaravati will generate $35 billion by 2050 in terms of ITeS, electronics and other industries.
  • The land rates in Vijayawada are at an all-time high. One square yard of land on the Bandar Road is Rs 2 lakh, says addl commissioner, CRDA, N Srikanth.
  • The capital region will have 28 towns with a projected population of 1.5 lakh...
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