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Rules framed for voluntary land pooling for AP new capital
The Andhra Pradesh Government on Thursday issued the rules for voluntary land pooling for establishment of the new capital. Municipal Administration Principal Secretary Giridhar Aramane issued the orders pertaining to the Andhra Pradesh Capital City Land Pooling Scheme (Formulation and Implementation) Rules 2015. It its orders,
Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh Government on Thursday issued the rules for voluntary land pooling for establishment of the new capital. Municipal Administration Principal Secretary Giridhar Aramane issued the orders pertaining to the Andhra Pradesh Capital City Land Pooling Scheme (Formulation and Implementation) Rules 2015. It its orders, the State Government said that one of the most critical priorities for the state of Andhra Pradesh is the formation of the new capital city, which is very important from the perspective of economic development, cultural integrity and administrative functioning.
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has decided to establish a green field capital city as a livable, environmentally sustainable and people’s capital. For this purpose, the location of the capital was identified between Vijayawada and Guntur cities on the bank of the River Krishna and also to go for decentralised development of the state with three mega cities and 14 smart cities.
The State Government has enacted Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority Act, 2014 (Act.No.11 of 2014) for the declaration of the New Capital Area for the State of the Andhra Pradesh and establishment of the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority for the purpose of planning, coordination, execution, supervision, financing, funding and for promoting and securing the planned development of the capital region and capital city area for Andhra Pradesh and for managing and supervising urban services in the new capital area and for the matters ancillary thereto.
Stating that the APCRDA Act has come into force with effect from December 30, 2014, the State Government said that an area of about 7068 sq.kms for Capital Region and 122 sq.kms for Andhra Pradesh Capital City area has been notified under the Act.