Land acquisition for construction of six roads reviewed
District Collector K.V. Mohankumar has asked Revenue officers to carry out work under road improvement projects in a time-bound manner to solve traffic congestion in the city.
He was reviewing the process of acquiring land for the construction of six roads at a cost of Rs.20 crore. Additional staff would be deployed to carry out the survey and acquisition procedures, Mr. Mohankumar said at a meeting here on Monday.
Acquisition had been completed for the 2.7-km Kovoor- Vellimadukunnu road and the 600-m Stadium-Puthiyara road. The land acquired had been handed over to the Public Works Department, he said. Land acquisition for the 4.7-km Karaparamba-Kalluthankadavu road would be completed before May 5 and acquisition for the 3.38-km Gandhi Road - Mini Bypass Road by May 28. Acquisition for the 8.44-km Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM)-Panathuthazham road would be completed by June 15; and the Mananchira-Vellimadukunnu road by July 10, he said. Additional District Magistrate K.P. Remadevi and Deputy Collector K. Mukundan took part in the meeting.
Additional staff to be deployed for acquisition Bid to solve traffic congestion in city
Additional staff to be deployed for acquisition
Bid to solve traffic congestion in city