Maharashtra team visits CRDA to study land pooling scheme
Amaravati: A team of senior officers from Maharashtra Government visited the AP Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) office here on Friday to study its prestigious land pooling scheme adopted and implemented for building the capital.
The Maharashtra Government is planning to adopt the scheme for all its land acquisition projects for roads, ports and smart cities. Led by that State’s Water Resources Department Deputy Secretary SM Belsare, Nagapur Quality Control Circle Superintendent A T Diogade, engineering officials RS Santakke, JG Gavali, and KS Vemulkonda, studied the land pooling scheme, the compensation proposals of the APCRDA for the farmers and the master plan for the capital city.
APCRDA estates director Ch Mohan Rao, additional commissioner Dr A Mallikharjuna, Planning Director R Ramakrishna Rao and others briefed the Maharashtra delegation on Amaravati, the layout plans, designs and the land pooling scheme.