HYDERABAD: Minister of Roads and Buildings, Tummala Nageshwara Rao, Tuesday ordered officials to prepare the 120 apartments for deputies by the end of May for the inauguration.
Multi-storey MLA apartments are built at a cost of 166 crore with a 2,500 square foot basement area in Hyderguda. Although the project began in 2014, it was delayed.
Tummala Nageshwara Rao gives officials time until the end of May to complete the MLA apartments
The residential building for the MLA has three cellars, the ground floor and 12 upper floors and each floor has 10 apartments with a total basement area of 6 lakh square feet. Apart from the MLA apartments, a six-storey block comprising 36 apartments with a built-up area of 34,000 sft is under construction. Another block is set up with 72 apartments for servants in 49,500 sft.
The Minister approved the estimates for the collector complexes in the district headquarters at a cost of 1032 crore. While 21 new districts were created last October, the government has proposed collective buildings in seven former districts. Proposals for the construction of district and district camp officers’ offices for district officers in the 21 new districts were cleared by the minister. The collector complexes are each proposed with a constructed area of 1.5 lakh whereas it is 1.2 lakh sft and less in other districts. The government of the state has entrusted the task of preparing the construction drawings to the architect Usha Reddy.
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The minister also ordered officials to complete the camp office with the residential buildings to deputies in the respective assembly districts except in Hyderabad. The work of the camp offices has already been resumed at an estimated cost of 119 crore. Officer said the work began in 65 assembly districts and that the first camp office was inaugurated in the Parakala segment.
R & B Principal Secretary Sunil Sharma, NAC General Manager K Bikshapathi, R & B Chief Engineer Ravinder Rao, were present.