Expedite process for new firms

Expedite process for new firms
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The meeting concluded that all the approvals  accorded to the new units be completed by July end so that foundations could be laid. The Collector explained to the two officials that in the first phase of Visakhapatnam-Chennai Corridor, an extent of 9,237 acres of land has been acquired at APIIC Achyutapuram cluster. 

Visakhapatnam: In a bid to expedite the industrial development, Principal Secretary of Industries Arokhya Raj and director Kartikeya Misra convened a review meeting with Collector Dr N Yuva Raj and Joint Collector J Niwas on the status of the proposed new industries in the district here on Wednesday.

The meeting concluded that all the approvals accorded to the new units be completed by July end so that foundations could be laid. The Collector explained to the two officials that in the first phase of Visakhapatnam-Chennai Corridor, an extent of 9,237 acres of land has been acquired at APIIC Achyutapuram cluster.

Of this, 1,176 acres of land has been made ready for setting up of industries. Under the second phase, the APIIC has aquired 1,786 acres of land and efforts were on to acquire another 1,413 acres, the Collector said.

He said a survey on the government lands has been completed recently. An extent of 6,787 acres was handed over to APIIC of which 3,985 acres were private lands and rest government lands.The Collector said 114 acres of land was handed over to Asian Paints and the company is ready to lay foundation stone at Pudi village.

Public hearing would be held on June 29. He said 128 acres has been handed over to APIIC for establishing Electronic Manufacturing Cluster at Gurrapalem.

The project will be funded by the Central government.Similarly, 204 acres of land was given in advance possession to the health department for setting up of Medical Technology Manufacturing Park at Nadupuru village

The Collector said Assembly segment wise, 359 acres was identified in V Madugula, 245 in Paykaropeta, 104 in Narsipatnam, 300 in Chodavaram, 432 in Yellamanchili, 249 in Anakapalle, 300 in Bhimili, 305 in Pendurthy and 120 in Gajuwaka. Sub-collector of Paderu has been asked to identify lands in Paderu and Araku Valley.

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