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Amaravati will be the first city in India to use mechanism; 13 sewage treatment plants to be installed in capital
CRDA discussing modalities to arrange free bus trips to capital.
The master plan will identify appropriate and relevant digital opportunities to transform Amaravati into a smart, livable and sustainable urban body.
Chilled water from centralised source will distribute to buildings.
Amaravati bonds: Investors urge Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority to wait until RBI policy is out
The investors, who are keen on investing in the bonds to be raised by the AP Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) for Amaravati construction, have requested the authority
The agency, which has been engaged for credit rating of proposed bonds to be issued by the AP Capital Region Development Authority(CRDA), is expected to affirm AA- rating.
CRDA hopes for good response as bonds backed by “irrevocable guarantee” of State govt
The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) will develop the proposed smart facilities in Amaravati in a phased manner.
With an objective to raise money for capital construction, the CRDA will be releasing bonds worth Rs 2,000 crores by May-end.
There is possibility to monetise 5,020 acres of land without allocating it for any specific purpose, officials say.
The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) is gearing up to provide 'smart' facilities in Amaravati under the Smart Cities Mission.
The capital city of Amaravati has received ‘platinum’ in the Indian Green Building Council’s (IGBC) Green Cities Rating.
CRDA invites Request For Proposal for appointing international and domestic legal counsels.
According to information, the officials have identified a few land parcels in and around Nunna of Krishna district.
Kondapalli toys: Administration comes to rescue of artisans, to set up ‘wood bank’ in Andhra Pradesh
In a relief to the Kondapalli artisans, the State government has decided to set up a ‘wood bank’ under the supervision of the forest department.