Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu approved of the proposal to establish a Tirumala Tirupati Temple in the Capital region.
The land, he said, should be identified near the river-front, preferably near Pavitra Sangam.
He also virtually inspected the development of the Capital region on the real-time dashboard. The images on the dashboard is fed with drone footage shot every Sunday, which captures a 360-degree image of the progress of various projects. This image records every step of the construction of the projects, from mobilisation of materials, labour and the change in dimensions of the built structures.
Executive Vice Chairman of APTIDCO V Ramnath updated the Chief Minister of the development of the Construction City, which will be spread across 61.77 acres, for which 610 companies have already expressed interest for participation. "The area will begin as a trade centre, and become the hub for manufacturing construction materials through backward integration", said Mr Ramnath.
In the first phase, the layout will consist of corporate offices, 3-tier displays of construction materials, warehouses, a green belt, a food plaza, parking spaces and an exhibition area for the display of larger equipment such as cranes.
The Chief Minister instructed officials to involve the expertise of the top 5 companies, and be in regular touch with the Singapore team for inputs.
In the upcoming World Cities Summit, one pavilion has been approved to showcase the progress of Amaravati, and the vision to make it the number one destination in the world. The Chief Minister will be attending the Summit this weekend in Singapore, on 8th and 9th July.
CRDA Commissioner said that 8 schools have been approved to be established in the capital region and are given No Objection Certificates, and will soon submit their plans for implementation.
He also said that existing VGTMUDA will be merged with APCRDA, so that pursuing developmental programmes can be integrated and dealt with in a faster manner.
The Chief Minister also approved a proposal to develop commercial housing of 1,000 residential units, in light of the increasing demand from Government and Private employees of the Secretariat, Advocates of the High Court, Bar Associates, APCRDA and HoDs.
ADC Chairperson Lakshmi Parthasarathy was given the approval for developing family entertainment centres, 1, 2 and 3 star resorts, sports and recreation clubs and a trackless toy train.
The Chief Minister instructed the Forest Department to develop the hillocks and hills in the capital region with uniform beautification and greenery for tourism, trekking and rock-climbing activities.
Four 5 star hotels, four 4 star hotels and one 3 star hotel have been given Letters of Intent for being established in Amaravati. The Chief Minister said that bringing more hotels to the capital should always be a part of the agenda, and officials should aim to complete 10,000 rooms in the capital within the next few years.
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