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India - Amaravati Sustainable Capital City Development Project (ASCCDP) : Resettlement Plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement Action Plan for Flood Mitigation Works (English)

The objective of the Amaravati Sustainable Capital City Development Project for India is to provide select urban infrastructure in designated locations of Amaravati Capital City, and to support the initial development of its institutional and governance structure. Some of the negative impacts are include: (i) loss of houses, common property resources such as places of worship, drinking water sources, burial / cremation areas, etc.; (ii) loss of land; (iii) loss of trees/ topes; (iv) loss of structure; (v) resident house owner irrespective of legal status; (vi) affected family without homestead land residing in the area as on the date of census survey; (vii) cattle shed / petty shop; (viii) all affected families / tenants irrespective of legal status; (ix) crop; (x) unidentified impacts; Some of the mitigation measures are include: (i) The value of the returnable plot is expected to be higher than that of the land surrendered and to continue to increase further in value as development of the Capital City progresses; (ii) The compensation also includes a cash component, intended to cover costs of construction of replacement housing, and a rental allowance for relocation pending construction of replacement housing; (iii) concerninglandless laborers is therefore the extent to which alternative sources of income are available locally to replace the loss of income from agricultural jobs; (iv) people who are occupying agricultural lands will receive smaller size returnable plots and pensions, as per LPS; (v) all affected common property resources will be reconstructed/ alternative arrangements will be provided for in consultation with stakeholders; (vi) demand for payment of prevailing market price for the land to be acquired; (vii) skill development centre to be started at the earliest and to give priority in jobs in Capital region; (viii) Government to take steps for giving skill development and other measures to be taken up for creating livelihood opportunities;


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    Chase,India Coreen

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    Resettlement Action Plan for Flood Mitigation Works

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Chase,India Coreen

India - Amaravati Sustainable Capital City Development Project (ASCCDP) : Resettlement Plan (Vol. 2) : Resettlement Action Plan for Flood Mitigation Works (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.