Hyderabad: Telangana MA&UD Minister Mr KT Rama Rao said that the Kakatiya Urban Development Authority (KUDA) master plan would be considering the public requirements until 2041. The master plan was at advance stage and would be linked to GIS, he said. Growth corridors and industrial zones would be accommodated in the master plan. The TRS government may undertake land pooling and transfer of land ownership, etc., under the master plan.
“Met with the public representatives of Warangal district and presented them the draft master plan of Warangal/ Kakatiya Urban Development Authority. Will be taking into consideration all their feedback before finalisation of the master plan,” tweeted Mr KTR.
The minister reviewed the master plan for the second-largest city in Telangana.
Met with the public representatives of Warangal district and presented them the draft master plan of Warangal/Kakatiya Urban Development Authority
Will be taking into consideration all their feedback before finalisation of the master plan pic.twitter.com/xI9vSEzh2k
— KTR (@KTRTRS) September 28, 2019
“We have considered suggestions and opinions of people from all sections. We have received over 4,000 of them. The master plan will cater to the requirements of the people and the city until 2041. Our public representatives are working on protecting lakes and develop roads, colonies, etc. After finalisation, the master plan would be linked to GIS. The state government will appoint a nodal officer for every Assembly constituency to coordinate with local public representatives. An excellent road network connecting radial roads to outer ring road has been prepared under the master plan,” remarked KTR.
The TRS government is keen on growth corridors and industrial zones. The master plan will address the problems, and other bottlenecks for industrial development added the MA&UD minister. The TRS government asked local MLAs to submit their proposals to KUDA.
The Panchayat Raj Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao suggested identifying lakes and roads under Warangal jurisdiction. “The required transport routes to interlink outer ring road and inner ring road should be included in the master plan,” said Errabelli.