VISAKHAPATNAM: The Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) issued a notification for the allotment of 152 plots in its 15 own and joint venture layouts in Visakhapatnam and Vizianagaram towns, according to a press release.
VUDA Vice-Chairman N. Yuvaraj said applications would be received online from Tuesday and auction would be conducted on September 14 and 15. Plots are available in residential and commercial categories in various layouts proposed in different sizes ranging from 188 square yards to 1,600 square yards.
A plot in MVP layout near Appughar is available (1,550 square yards) at an upset (base) price of Rs 50,450 per square yard. Five plots are in Adibhatla Nagar layout at an upset price of Rs 11,400 per square yard, one plot in Bheemili layout at a price of Rs 4,700, two plots in Chinamushidiwada layout at a price of Rs 7,750, one plot in Gandigundam layout at a price of Rs 6,655, one plot in Kurmannapalem phase-5 layout at a price of Rs 11,300, one school site of 5,082 square yards and 1,143 and 712 square yard commercial sites in Kurmanapalem Town centre layout at a price of Rs 18,480.
A total of 51 residential plots in Cyber Valley layout, Madhurawada, at a price of Rs 16,037 per square yard are available, besides 5 plots in Kummaripalem layout at a price of Rs 4,723, 29 plots in Madhurawada government lands layouts at a price of Rs 14,361, twelve plots at Endada layout at a price of Rs 13,029, two plots in Babametta of Vizianagaram at an upset price of Rs 4,600 and three plots in Kanapaka Ayannapeta layout of Vizianagaram at a price of Rs 5,500.
Seven commercial plots and 6 residential plots are available in Kapuluppada Chilukuri joint venture layout at an upset price of Rs 8,668 per square yard and 23 plots in Godavari Townships joint venture layout at Narava at a price of Rs. 2,750.
Details of plots, layouts, auction, deposit, rules and regulations along with online application are available in VUDA Web site www.vuda.gov.in. Applications online will be accepted till September 5.
In another release, the authority said that seven firms from all over India had responded to the notification issued by the Visakhapatnam-Kakinada Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical Investment Region for taking up the Marine Environmental Impact Assessment Study to derive strategies for mitigating threats and evolve policies and scientific procedures to conserve marine ecology in the limits of the region. Projects and Development India of Dhanbad of Jharkhand, Indomer Coastal Hydraulics and BMT Consultant India, Lotus Granges of Chennai, SENES Consultants India and L & T Ramboll Consulting India of Hyderabad and Terrcon Ecotech of Mumbai are the firms which responded.