Dynamic Project of AMC – Bhadra Revitalization wins HUDCO award

Published By : Admin | February 21, 2013 | 17:59 IST
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"Bhadra Revitalization Project of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation wins “HUDCO Award for Best Practices to Improve the Living Environment""
"The Revitalization works began on 26th January 2012 with the investments of more than 100 crores"
"The Project is unique in the country and aims at turning the entire Bhadra area into a centre for leisure activities"
"Last Year AMC received HUDCO National Award 2012 for innovative infrastructure development for the Riverfront Project."

The unique project of AMC Bhadra Plaza Development Project (BPDP) wins Housing & Urban Development Corporation Award for ‘Best Practices to Improve the Living Environment'. 

A committee from HUDCO had gone through the detailed design of the area and the AMC's plans redevelopment and conservation of heritage buildings around the Bhadra square.

The works of Bhadra Plaza Development Project (BPDP) had begun on 26th January 2012 and this more than 100 crore project aims to turn the entire Bhadra area into a centre for leisure activities.

The detailed project includes:

  • Development of the public plaza and a pedestrian space from Bhadra Fort to Teen Darwaja,
  • Restoration of the fort
  • Development of Azamkhan Sarai area,
  • Pedestrian bridge connecting Bhadra fort to the Sabarmati riverfront
  • Multilevel parking facility at Lal Darwaja.

Last year in April Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) received HUDCO National Award 2012 for innovative infrastructure development for the Riverfront Project. The City has also won several awards for its various projects.

Pictures of the Proposed Bhadra Plaza Development Project (BPDP):

Reference:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ahmedabad/Bhadra-revitalization-project-wins-HUDCO-award/articleshow/18602836.cms

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