The entire process involves lifting of idols, scrap, and other material from the lake and making the shoreline neat and clean within 15-20 days.
The construction of a four-lane flyover at Bachupally X Roads will help alleviate heavy traffic congestion from Miyapur X Roads to Bolarum.
The Ganesh idols will be made of natural clay without any artificial additives and with biodegradable material.
The auction for Mokila Phase-I, held on August 7, garnered considerable attention from bidders. The sale of 48 plots generated a revenue of Rs 121.40 crore.
Once known for its iconic Charminar, Golconda Fort, Hyderabad will soon become synonymous with skyscrapers.
The e-auction saw immense interest due to the vicinity of well-developed areas like Neopolis Layout, the Financial District and Narsingi, driving prices to Rs 1 lakh per sq.yd.
The State government is expecting to generate revenue between Rs 800 crore and Rs 1,000 crore through the process.
Officials from the HMDA’s engineering and urban forest wing carried out the beautification works of Bibinagar and Bhuvanagiri ponds at a cost of Rs 17 crore.
Sources said that bidders did not show interest as most of the plots were landlocked, stray and leftover plots that had been unsold previously.
The plots would give 100 per cent clear assured title of the government land, absolute ownership of the land and time-bound fast-track approvals through a single window.
As most skyscrapers are going to come up in these four layouts, the HMDA town planning wing will generate revenue in the form of building fees, developmental charges and special impact fees.
The State government through the HMDA issued a fresh notification on Wednesday to e-auction eight plots in Rangareddy, Medchal-Malkajgiri (eight), and Sangareddy (10).
Budvel, rapidly emerging as a new growth hub, is strategically located with easy access to major infrastructure networks including the Outer Ring Road and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.
The State government has developed a multipurpose zone for individuals/agencies for the construction of high-rise buildings for various purposes, multinational and software companies, and more.
The State government had set the upset price at a comparatively modest Rs 35 crore per acre, but the average bid price per acre came to a staggering Rs 73.23 crore.
Following the success of the Phase-I auction, where record prices were fetched for the land parcels, Hyderabad has become a favoured city for investments, job creation and real estate development.
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority has entrusted a private agency with the operation and maintenance of the fountains for a period of three years.
Costing a total of Rs 129.76 crore, these bridges will not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of existing structures but also improve mobility for residents across the rivers.
Additionally, a detailed site analysis will be undertaken to evaluate access, existing activities and structures, landmarks, site drainage, and watershed conditions.
Built at an estimated cost of Rs 25 crore, the boardwalk will connect the Uppal Metro Station and nearby bus stations