KERALA

Mini civil station for Udumbanchola taluk

Stone to be laid for mini civil station at Nedumkandam on August 13

When Revenue Minister K.P. Rajendran lays the foundation stone for a mini civil station at Nedumkandam, the headquarters of Udumbanchola taluk, on August 13, it will be the first step in the realisation of a long-cherished dream of the people of the taluk.

On the occasion, stone will also be laid for a quarters for government employees, besides launching the second phase construction work on the polytechnic building and work on a veterinary hospital.

The mini civil station will be constructed at a cost of Rs.5 crore and the staff quarters at Rs.3 crore. The panchayat authorities hope that the construction can be started immediately as the tender process has been completed.

The government offices are presently functioning at dilapidated buildings constructed during the time of the taluk formation or at rented buildings, which lay scattered, causing inconvenience to the public and delays in processing work.

With the completion of the mini civil station and the computerisation programmes, the public will get better services, according to the panchayat authorities.

The construction work will be carried under the supervision of the Construction Corporation. The ground floor of the building will be used mainly for the taluk and supply offices. The first floor will be used for housing the offices of the assistant registrar and the survey superintendent and the second floor for audit and related offices.

The mini civil station will be constructed on the revenue land near the present taluk office. Ample parking space will also be available, said panchayat president Thampi Sukumaran.

Mr. Sukumaran said that the tender process for the staff quarters, where 29 families can be accommodated, is also complete.





  • Mini civil station to be constructed at an estimated budget of Rs.5 crore
  • Work will also begin on a staff quarters

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