Chief Minister Sri N Chandrababu Naidu will visit the island nation Singapore on September 21st and 22nd to discuss about the key areas surrounding the planning of Amaravati. He will also invite Mr Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore to the foundation stone ceremony of the new capital of AP.
On the first day of his visit, Chief Minister and government delegation will participate in a commercial meeting at Science Park with a Singapore Consortium and later, meet Minister Iswaran for lunch and discuss on the Swiss Challenge Method for Amaravati Development.
Later in the evening, the Chief Minister will deliver a lecture at the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS) which will be moderated by Ambassador Gopinath Pillai, Special Envoy to Andhra Pradesh and then attend the dinner hosted by the Singapore consortium.
On the second day, the Chief Minister along with the government delegation will visit the Singapore City Gallery and get an overview of the key physical features such as residential, industrial, commercial areas, airbases, reservoirs etc of the City. He will also review the planning for the Civic district, Marina Bay and also study the Concept Plan and the Master Plan.
The visit to Singapore City Gallery will also include planning for green and blue spaces, recreation spaces, island-wide water catchment, waste management, integration of land use plans with public transport networks and conservation planning.
Before wrapping up his 2-day visit, he will visit three townships :
- Kallang-Bendemeer Region (Sports hub)
- Changi Business Park Region (Aviation hub)
- One-North Region (R&D, Knowledge hub)
During the visit to townships, the Chief Minister will understand different stages of integrated townships and how the Seed Development Area could potentially evolve from lower density, high-tech industry business spaces to higher density, high-end office-business park spaces.
He will leave Singapore on September 22nd evening.
The Chief Minister will be accompanies by Ministers Yanamala Ramakrishnudu, P. Narayana, Advisor (Communications) Dr. Parakala Prabhakar, CRDA Commissioner N. Srikanth and other senior officials.