CM seeks ideas on designs of Amaravati buildings

Amaravati, March 2: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu today discussed with his cabinet colleagues and top officials the four concept designs of the government buildings to be constructed in the core area of state capital Amaravati.

The four designs were submitted to him yesterday by master architect Norman + Foster of London.

Naidu held a meeting with ministers, public representatives, heads of the departments and secretaries and sought their suggestions and ideas.

He called for brainstorming sessions to help generate new ideas and suggestion and said that he will hold frequent meetings with all of them.

A separate web portal will be created to seek ideas, suggestion.

“We need great ideas, perspectives and suggestions not just for the administrative city but also for the other 8 cities and 27 townships,” said the Chief Minister.

Naidu said that we are building a people’s capital and their suggestion and ideas will be given a top priority.

A lot of discussion, interesting debate should happen on the capital construction among the people, he said.

“Amaravati and Polavaram are two very important projects for us. I am keen to bring both these projects into a proper shape, after which I shall put more concentration on the development of all the villages,” he added.

The Chief Minister said that parks, places for recreation and other urban places should be given top priority during the construction of the capital.

Underground metro, underground solid waste management system, land for urban forestry and Manduva style of construction are some of the suggestions which came out during the discussion.

Inland waterways for public transportation will be considered, said the CM.

Rose garden, zoological park will also be built to attract tourists.

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