The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has decided to start the physical construction work of Amaravati in 2016. In this connection, CRDA is expected to call tenders for the construction work of the first phase by December last week.
CRDA proposes to construct 29 new residential colonies on 15,280 hectares of land in the capital region under the first phase in view of the reconstituted plots for commercial/residential purposes.
All the basic developmental activities are to be carried out on the identified land.
On October 14, the CRDA started the aerial survey of the farmlands and it is expected to finish the survey the lands by the middle of November. After that, CRDA is likely to begin the physical division of the surveyed farmlands into eight zones.
The CRDA plans to complete the first phase of capital development by 2018 by laying roads, constructing flyovers, education institutions, health, medical and commercial complexes, multi-transport system, and entertainment zones.