Collector releases master plan for Warangal
Warangal: The district collector G Kishan has released a ‘Master Plan’ for the Warangal Municipal...
Warangal: The district collector G Kishan has released a ‘Master Plan’ for the Warangal Municipal Corporation.
Releasing the master plan at the collectorate here on Friday, he said the plan would take three months to be approved and citizens could come out with suggestions and objections in connection with the master plan before November 30, 2013.
The master plan was prepared with the 2031 year as benchmark and has kept in mind the increasing needs of 24 lakh population dwelling under the limits of the municipal corporation. The master plan covers 144 villages.
It was planned to conduct a workshop for the benefit of public representatives on the master plan in the first week of September. Similarly the suggestions and opinions from the common people under the corporation limits would be obtained by holding campaigning at village level.
The corporation was a small municipality in 1971 with 2.5 lakh population and now has over 8.5 lakh population, municipal commissioner Vivek Yadav said. The whole area is divided into 18 zones keeping in view the growing infrastructure needs of the population. The width of link roads was set to be 30 metres. There should be 100 feet road on either side of railway track passing through the towns and the same would be connected to out ring road. A steering committee was set up for the implementation of the master plan. Kakatiya Urban Development Authority vice chairman Yadagiri Reddy, city planner Ajith Reddy and others were present.
25 Aug 2019 4:22 AM GMT