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Stakeholders Meet on City Development Plan Revision

VISAKHAPATNAM: The first stakeholders meeting for gaining public input to the 2012-2017 City Development Plan (CDP) revision for Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC) was held ...

MoU on Water Supply Study Signed

India: A Memorandum of Understanding for a Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) on water supply was signed by the Cities Development Initiative for Asia (CDIA) and Greater ...

Special Recognition Awarded to CDIA

Philippines: The House of Representatives has passed House Bill 4270 on the third and final reading, designating a tax-exemption status to the Cities Development Initiative ...

Rajkot Promotes Non-Motorized Transport

India: Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) held a workshop on September 8, 2011, which focused on the challenges for urban mobility and transport. CDIA and other ...

Da Nang Gets Assistance for Waste Water Treatment

Viet Nam: Da Nang, Viet Nam received approval for technical assistance from CDIA to undertake a study on the proper treatment of wastewater in its ...

CDIA Assists GVMC in CDP Revision

India: CDIA has agreed to provide technical assistance to revise the City Development Plan (CDP) of the Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC). The CDP, prepared ...

Temporary Transport Route at SRP Cebu

In the early stages of development of the South Road Properties (SRP) in Cebu City, Philippines, ADB-CDIA has recommended the construction of a temporary public ...

Improving Urban Transport in Kochi

In an effort to improve the urban transport sector in Kochi, India, a Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) has been prepared with Technical Assistance from CDIA and ...

CEPT Partners with CDIA

The Center for Environmental Planning and Technology University (CEPT) in Gujarat, India, has entered into a partnership with CDIA. CEPT and other national partners will ...

Special Recognition Sought for CDIA

House Representatives Jerry Treñas (Lone District, Iloilo City) and George Arnaiz (2nd District, Negros Oriental) are seeking tax-exempt status for CDIA. Both Representatives pointed out ...

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