Amaravati Master Plan

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    No clarity in master plan: NGT petitioner

    The Master Plan for Amaravati released by the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) lacked clarity, said National Green Tribunal (NGT) petitioner Pandalaneni Srimannarayana. Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, he said the Master Plan was an ‘eyewash’ without any details. There was absolutely no mention about the owners of the land and the areas earmarked for allotment to them. Mr. Srimannarayana said former IAS officer E.A.S. Sarma filed petition against environmental clearance granted for the construction of the capital and another former IAS officer and retired administrator of Chandigarh M.G. Devasahayam will also challenge the project in court.

    He said the case he filed in the tribunal would come up for hearing in January.


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    Draft master plan makes farmers edgy

    Lack of clarity on finer details a cause for concern, they say
    : The draft master plan released by the AP Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has apparently watered down the hopes of farmers who parted with their lands for the capital city Amaravati.

    The farmers complain that the master plan missed the finer details such as where the land would be earmarked for them.

    The plan broadly mentioned about residential areas. The farmers, more particularly jareebu farmers, are apprehensive that the State government might not allot developed lands for them in their own villages.

    Coercive tactics

    D. Balaji Reddy of Undavalli fumes that the State government took their lands by coercive methods.

    The farmers gave their consent, but the CRDA hasn’t spelt anything about the developed plots. Farmers feel that the government is not being transparent, he said. M. Srinivas Reddy of Nidamarru village says that the government lured the farmers by painting a rosy picture of the developed plots and their market value once the capital city was constructed. Now, the farmers are clueless about where they get their developed plots, he lamented.

    The CRDA in it draft master plan said that the objective was to control the development within Amaravati by designated land parcels into different zones and land-use in order to provide sufficient programmes and facilities within the city.

    Classification

    These land uses have been classified broadly into ten categories such as residential, commercial, industry, recreational, regional park, transportation, utility, government, public and semi-public facilities and green and blue. The development in these land-use zones would be carried out in accordance with the zoning regulations as given in the Development Code.


    Lack of clarity on finer details a cause for concern, they say


    source:http://www.thehindu.com/todays-pape...er-plan-makes-farmers-edgy/article8043409.ece
     
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    Water Transport in capital city doesn't seem to be feasible as per Master Plan

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    R3 Zoning Regulation in Telugu

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