39 star hotels show interest in Amaravati
- All arterial roads to be completed by next year-end
Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu held a review meeting on Amaravati on Wednesday and said that development should not confine just to the capital area and that services should be decentralized.
CRDA commissioner informed the Chief Minister that they are holding a meeting with managers of star hotels, representatives of schools and colleges and are in the process of identifying land. “A total of 39 hotels like Taj, ITC, Novotel have come forward and we are holding a meeting with hospital groups this month on November 11,” the CRDA commissioner said.
The officials informed the Chief Minister that by December 31, 2017 all arterial roads and sub arterial roads of 270 km would be completed at an estimated cost of 3,600 crores. Besides, 130 km of collector roads will be laid, the officials said. The CM warned the officials that no water logging should be seen and asked them not to compromise on quality and standards.
Naidu asked the officials to take up works on priority basis and said that economic activity should start immediately. He instructed the officials to build bridges, dams and storm water drainages along the roads.
The officials informed Naidu that they are in the process of identifying areas for establishing iconic parks while the CRDA commissioner said plot allotment for 10 villages has been completed.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to build a world class stadium to conduct national games by 2018. Later, he spoke on the development of the legal city and said that the city should be a one stop place for all legal services.