Amaravati Capital City Development Phases

PHASING STRATEGY

To enable successful implementation of the Capital City Master Plan, a development phasing has been proposed for guiding the implementation and government budget requirements for the immediate and future projects. With this intention, the Capital City Detailed Master Plan proposes 3 development phases catering to the city’s short, medium and long term requirements.

Development Phases 1 : Catalyze

Development Phase 1This phase will span for the first 10 years for catalyzing urban developments within the Amaravati Capital city. It will include a large number of infrastructure projects in order to create the critical base for development.
This phase will catalyse developments within the capital by tapping on the existing and upcoming infrastructure, including the Vijayawada MRT and the new national highway.
The first phase will provide a variety of housing options for 850,000 population
Comprising about 39% of the total Amaravati Capital city Area, this phase will create 350,000 jobs in the civic, commercial and industrial sectors
Key Projects
Development of the government administrative core along the north-south axis housing the secretariat, high-court, legislative assembly, chief ministers office and other government offices.
Development of the proposed Business Park within the SEED Development Area.
Development of the north-eastern Regional Centre housing a transportation hub.
Development of the light Industrial cluster proposed in proximity to the SEED Development Area (towards west). This cluster will primarily house high-tech light industries.

Development Phases 2 : Momentize

Development Phase 2This phase will focus on the medium term development (2025-2035) in order to momentize urban development within the Amaravati Capital city.
Building on the infrastructure developed in the previous phase, Phase 2 will momentize development by creating new employment centres and expanding residential areas.
This phase will span over 10 years (2035 - 2035). Phase 2 will accommodate over 900,000 more people and create 380,000 more jobs for its residents.
Key Projects
Development of the proposed residential developments in proximity to the western edge of the north-south ceremonial axis aka administrative core.
Development of the southern industrial cluster along the national highway.

Development of the Amaravati Capital city central park and water reservoir.
Development of the proposed MRT network within the city.
Development of the gateway commercial node on the northern bank of river in close proximity to the existing Vijayawada city.

Development Phases 3 : Sustain

Development Phase 3This phase will focus on the long term development (2035-2050) of the city in order to achieve successful implementation of the overall master plan.
This phase will sustain growth and capitalize on the infrastructure developed in the previous phases.
Spanning over 15 years (2035 - 2050), this phase will largely support medium and high density population accommodating 2.4 million people within the Amaravati Capital city.
As the employment centres within the Amaravati Capital city will now be reasonably established, this phase will create over 1 million more jobs for its residents.
Key Projects
Development of eco-resorts on the clusters of islands in river Krishna.
Development of the Sports City proposed within the north-eastern recreation node.
Development of the national high speed rail ink.
Development of numerous high density residential clusters in the western and southern parts of the city.
Development of the downtown (SEED Development Area) water front cluster.

 

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