Andhra Pradesh: Amaravati Journalist Affordable Housing Scheme

Amaravati Accredited Journalists Mutually Aided Cooperative Housing Building Society has been formed to provide affordable flats to the journalists in Amaravati, the upcoming capital of Andhra Pradesh.

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Andhra Pradesh: Amaravati Journalist Affordable Housing Scheme

Amaravati Accredited Journalists Mutually Aided Cooperative Housing Building Society has been formed to provide affordable flats to the journalists in Amaravati, the upcoming capital of Andhra Pradesh under Amaravati journalist affordable housing scheme, Chava Ravi, secretary of the society said in a statement in Vijayawada on Wednesday.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • The journalists, who have accreditation for the past two years, are eligible for the allotment of flats.
  • The accredited journalists need to become members of society.

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Application Form

  • The journalist can obtain application forms from the society office on Seshadri Sastry street opposite Andhra Hospitals by paying Rs 100 and submit the forms.

Documents Required

  • Two photographs, photocopies of accreditation and resident proof by June 21.

For more details, journalists can contact Chava Ravi over 98481 76099.

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Amaravati will be built on land pooled from the contributions of the villagers in the region. In return, they will receive plots of commercial and residential land in the city and share in the fruits of development for years to come. Consistent with Andhra Pradesh’s leaders’ vision of a People’s Capital, the Master Plan also provides for affordable housing, easy access to amenities such as schools, healthcare services, markets, and shopping malls, libraries and a university. The Master Plan respects the sense of local identity and enhances appreciation for local heritage. It protects the existing religious and heritage sites and connects them to the network of MRT / BRT and roads to form tourism circuits.

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City divided into 27 towns, each town is a 2 km x 2 km square i.e. about 1000 acres and about100, 000 populations (28,000 households). The minor arterial roads dissect each town into four parts. The arterial roads form the periphery of each town.

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