VIJAYAWADA: The Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said, the Happy Nest project should reach the expectations of people with world-class standards.
The Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu urged the AP Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA) that HappyNest’ project must be planned to keep in mind the people, who belong to lower income groups and middle-income groups to fulfil their dream of having a smart house at a low price.
He instructed the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) officials to choose a five-pronged strategy to ensure transparency in providing smart homes to all sections of people in the capital city.
According to the report from the officials, Quality and cost-effectiveness, credibility, public satisfaction, transparency and first come first served are the five parameters which need to be implemented in the housing project.
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had released the brochure and logo of the first housing project in Amaravati, Happy Nest with a tagline of 'See Future Be Future' at the Secretariat on October 31 Wednesday.
The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA), officials said that the web portal of the project will be open for public from November 9 for online applications.
Principal Secretary for Energy, I&I, CRDA Ajay Jain expecting a huge response for a HappyNest project and believes that all the 600 apartments under phase-1 would be sold within a few hours when the CRDA opens web portal.
The CRDA proposed to develop the Happy Nest project in 14.46 acres with 12 G+18 towers with 1200 flats each. The flats are designed ranging in size between 1,290 and 2,750 square feet.
CRDA chief Ch Sreedhar said that each apartment had been designed exclusively to provide an ultra-fine living.
“The authority will complete the project in two phases. For booking the smart home online, the people can visit the websites www.happynest.live and www.crda.ap.gov.in/happynest”, CRDA chief Ch Sreedhar added.
The Chief Minister warned the service providers to complete the works as per schedule and added that development must be seen by the end of December.