The Greater Chennai Corporation is currently setting up 33 more shelters across the city at the cost of Rs 1.38 crore.
The rest of it is sent to the yard in the zone and that is where the GCC is planning on setting up the plant.
However, two weeks after the results have been announced, the facilities still remain closed.
Lack of garbage bins and irregular conservancy by Greater Chennai Corporation have turned Kattukuppam fishing village of Ennore into a dump yard.
Sources indicated that Chennai Corporation will conduct geo-technical investigations and prepare estimates and bid documents for the project.
When contacted, a GCC official said steps are being taken to clear encroachments and that a fine will be levied on parking encroachments.
Don’t be surprised if you soon find an electric vehicle at your residential gate to collect garbage.
In the fortnight between April 18 and May 1, the civic body collected penalty worth more than `10 lakh for dumping waste in public spaces
The Greater Chennai Corporation’s cycle-sharing system has managed to maintain a steady stream of users although the initial enthusiasm has been slightly marred by the summer heat.
In some wards, caretakers said they have been forced to get money from users to buy cleaning material and for general maintenance.
A division bench of the Madras High Court has directed the Greater Chennai Corporation to remove the remaining two huts on Devaraj Street at Kodambakkam, soon after the elections.
This comes after the Tamil Nadu Combined Development and Building Rules 2019 were notified by the government.
Waste management and flood prevention are given focus at Koyambedu due to its commercial nature.
The project proposes to provide facilities like wider footpaths and modern toilets at the beaches.
There is no authentic figure based on census report about the total number of differently-abled in the State, the bench regretted.