HMDA unveils 7,257 sq.km zone

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    In a major boost to the construction and infrastructure segment of the region, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) is all set to submit a master plan to the State Government for building a multi-purpose zones stretching across 7,257 sq.km area. The zone will cover the entire gamut of commercial and residential structures along the major road, rail, and metro corridors in and around the city. The officials plan to ease rules for the mega project so as to pave way for commercial buildings to come up along the Metro Rail corridor while also generating more revenue for the government. Those who have properties along the metro route will also see their properties valuation going up. Along with the metro routes, the State and National Highways are also under multi-purpose zones, as per the draft plan. Some of the residential areas with road width of 40 to 100 ft, witnessing increased commercial activity in the last few years are also part of the zone. The GHMC had already sent a proposal to the government to declare Road No. 45 in Jubilee Hills as a commercial area and the decision regarding the status of such localities are pending.
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