The Hyderabad forces have reduced the size of the future super structure of Command Control Center at Banjara Hills.
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad police force has reduced the size of the upcoming super construction of Command Control Center at Banjara Hills, in order to enable it to get permission from the Airports Authority of India. It was initially plan-ned with 24 storeys that would now be limited to 20. The police also got a high court stay on the construction vacated.
State forces DGP and other senior officers visited the spot and conducted a pooja as the building works started on Friday. Earlier, when the forces applied for the No Objection Certificate (NOC), the AAI said if the proposed 90 metres-tall towers is permitted, it would obstruct air stream of traffic. It advised the police department to look over the building plans. The Banjara Hills are-a, where the construction is being constructed, is in the pipe area of the Shamshabad airport and Begumpet airport.
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“We revised the actual plan to get clearance from AAI. At the present, the building would have 20 stories,” said police commissioner M. Mahe-nder Reddy. He said that the building will be functional in 21 months, as per the contract with the developer. Previous year, the high court had stayed the construction after receiving an appeal from the landlords who claim-ed they owned five acres of the proposed land. After that, the court vacated the stay.
The government proposed that the command and control centre is planned in methods as to match the best of such services anywhere in the world, with an estimated cost of Rs 300crore to upgrade policing and make Hyderabad city a global city. The united centre will have state of the art command and control services. The centre is now being constructed in the seven acre plot on Road No 12, Banjara Hills.