There has been more of talk regarding the so called overdrive for shifting the administration of Andhra Pradesh away from Hyderabad city for the first time in decades. Now finally something concrete is happening in this regard.
Andhra Pradesh government has issued a G.O for the construction of the Temporary Secretariat building in Amaravati, Guntur district. This temporary secretariat will be coming up in a 20-acre site at the earmarked Amaravati township near Mangalagiri.
According to this G.O, CRDA will be soon calling for tenders and the construction would be completed by June 30th 2016. The cost of construction is expected to be around 180 Crore for the state's exchequer.
The state government is all set to offer a 90 Crore interest free loan whereas the remaining 90 Crore will be taken as a Loan from HUDCO. The construction is expected to be completed on a war footing using Prefab or Precasting technology for creating an office space of nearly six lakh square feet.