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Work underway for officials housing in capital region
The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has now set its eyes on providing housing for the employees in the capital city. As the temporary Secretariat is ready and the employees are occupying their offices, the CRDA is now gearing up to start the housing project.
Vijayawada: The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has now set its eyes on providing housing for the employees in the capital city. As the temporary Secretariat is ready and the employees are occupying their offices, the CRDA is now gearing up to start the housing project.
The CRDA had planned 3,500 feet plinth area duplex houses for the judges, senior judicial officials and the officers from the All India Services. The duplex houses would have four and three bedrooms respectively and they would be given to the judicial officers, all India service officers and the heads of departments.
- CRDA ropes in State Housing Board for preparing the design
- IAS, IPS officers, judges to have duplex houses
- Others to be accommodated in G+9 apartments
The MLAs and the MLCs too will have 3,500 feet plinth area in the group apartments. The other officers and the employees would be accommodated in the apartments having ground and nine floors, the CRDA said.
The CRDA further said that the gazetted officers would get a flat of 1800 feet plinth area, while the non-gazetted officers would get a flat of 1200 feet plinth area. The other Class IV staff would have 800 feet plinth area, the CRDA added.
The flats would be constructed with three and two bedrooms according to the requirement, said the CRDA executive engineer K Mallikarjuna Rao. He further said that the CRDA had decided to provide accommodation for 12,000 government employees, besides the judicial, all India service officers, Ministers and legislators.
The CRDA had roped in three senior officers from the State Housing Board to work on the housing project. The CRDA said that the government would start this housing project once the location is decided.