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The Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA) postponed the bookings for the second spell of HappyNest flats to be built in Amaravati.
The commissioner added that the sale of 300 more flats will be held on November 15.
He explained that while the estimated time of construction was three years, the flats could be handed over between 24 to 30 months.
He instructed the CRDA officials to adopt a five-pronged strategy to ensure transparency in providing smart homes of an international standard to all sections of people in the capital city.
The High Court will be temporarily housed in the Judicial Complex, expected to be ready by mid-December, being built in Justice City, he added.
The villagers have been opposing the take over of thousands of acres of fertile lands and have remained defiant for the last couple of years.
APCRDA said that it is the first Secretariat in the world to be 212 metres tall and the first building in the country to have a twin elevator system.
The officials, open for suggestions in the master plan, said they can be made before November 21.
By the end of the tenth year, the APCRDA will have Rs 1,573.5 crore towards interest on the Rs 2,000 crore bonds.
The platform will further enable them to track the progress of not just the physical works underway in the capital, but also measure the goals of the city.
While the authority is planning to borrow a major share of funds from commercial banks and lending agencies such as Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO).
When the Commissioner inspected the ongoing works on Saturday, the representatives explained to him that stones from Rajasthan were being used for cladding the clock tower.
The firm will build a 1,000 sq m facility based on Japan’s architecture, which will not only act as a gateway to facilitate Japanese investments, but also as a tourist centre.
The money mobilised through the loans will be used for the development of tier-II infrastructure.
APCRDA commissioner Cherukuri Sreedhar briefed the commission members about the principles — walk to work, energy conservation, happiness and others — on which Amaravati was being built.