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      The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority was formed by an Act (GO Ms. No. 570 MA dt: 25-08-2008) of the Andhra Pradesh Legislature in the year 2008, with an area of 7,100 sq km under its purview. It is the 2nd largest urban development area in India after the Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (8,005 sq km). Click here for the jurisdiction map of HMDA. Here is the list of villages covered undered jurisdiction.
      HMDA was formed by the merging of the following erstwhile entities - Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA), Hyderabad Airport Development Authority (HADA), Cyberabad Development Authority (CDA) and Buddha Poornima Project Authority (BPPA).
     HMDA was set up for the purposes of planning, co-ordination, supervising, promoting and securing the planned development of the Hyderabad Metropolitan region.
     It coordinates the development activities of the Municipal Corporation, Municipalities and other local authorities, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply & Sewerage Board, the Andhra Pradesh Transmission Corporation, the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation, the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation, and other such bodies.
     The HMDA also maintains and manages the Hyderabad Management Development Fund, allocating finances based on the plans and programs of local bodies to undertake development of amenities and infrastructure facilities.
     Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority has 4 zonal offices, located in Medchal, Shankerpally, Ghatkesar and Shamshabad. Click here for the addresses of the zonal offices.


The role and primary functions of HMDA:

Develop Master Plans with road network and land uses for the expanded areas
Facilitate balanced development of infrastructure in the metro region
Enforce better integration of sanctioned projects
Undertake various projects to make this region the preferred choice for investments
Enable planned development in the Outer Ring Road belt
Incorporate high level board with representation of ministers for better coordination
Promote better access to institutional funding for high level of infrastructure
Coordinate with other public agencies concerned with provisions for urban infrastructure services and amenities
Initiate the process of mapping with the help of satellite images
Engage reputed consultants in the development of Master Plans
Set up regional offices for the convenience of public at large
Regulate and control illegal developments through statutory plans and other measures



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