Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA). On Thursday, a decision was passed to combine Gandhinagar’s Nandoli village into the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC).
Following this decision, a formal proposal will be sent to the state government for its approval.
The decision was approved by the AUDA board at its 289th meeting, which was presided over by AUDA chairman Lochan Sehra. According to DP Desai, Chief Executive Officer of AUDA, Nandoli village is located in Gandhinagar district and is next to Bhadaj and Shilaj villages.
‘We passed a resolution to move a proposal before the state government to merge the Nandoli village within the limits of AMC so that it can get the facilities of a municipal corporation. After this, the AMC will have to pass a resolution giving its consent and then the state government can take a decision on the proposal,’ Desai said.
The AUDA board also moved a proposal to appoint consultant for the Business Process Reengineering (BPR) of the urban development authority to support its transformation.
The board also took many decisions concerning various town development programmes under its control.