The Economic Times reports
“The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will invest Rs 13.71 billion for developing urban amenities and solid waste management in the capitals of five under-developed states, officials on Sunday said.
The ADB-assisted North Eastern Region Urban Development Programme will be implemented over six years and will cover Agartala (Tripura), Shillong (Meghalaya), Aizawl in Mizoram, Kohima (Nagaland) and Gangtok (Sikkim). “The central government has approved the ADB-assisted programme,” said Tripura Urban Development Minister Manik Dey.”
[SOURCE: ADB to invest over Rs 13 bn on urban development schemes- Finance-Economy-News-The Economic Times]
“Think big. That’s what urban planners, real-estate developers and business leaders say Scottsdale should do when it tackles the revitalization of its aging automobile row known as Motor Mile.
“This is an instance of ‘make no small plans,’ ” said Bill Sanderson, whose Cleveland-based development company has found a still-risky niche in turning outdated spaces around the country into new communities.”
[SOURCE: azcentral.com - Auto dealerships get new purpose]
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“The world’s biggest flatbed delivers diamond-shaped glazing panels for the RMJM-designed Capital Gate building
Monster glass panels for Abu Dhabi’s ‘leaning tower’ development have arrived on what the project team claims is the world’s biggest flat bed truck.
The panels are for the Capital Gate building, which architect RMJM recently submitted for the Guinness Book of Records as the ‘world’s most inclined building’.”
[SOURCE: Building.co.uk - Giant glass panels arrive for the leaning tower of Abu Dhabi]
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