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Megaproject: Odyssey Science City, Anantapur, AP: 10K acre twp. + Worlds Tallest(s)

Yet another huge megaproject bids for a World's Tallest Building (WTB) in India!

Enter the Odyssey Science City, a huge, ultra-modern, high-tech mega-'township' SEZ that will:
1. Employ over two million people
2. Already has full government backing and legal green lights
3. Funded by a very reputable foreign and domestic investors
4. Will be built by the designers of the most successful nodal city on the planet, Greater Springfield in Australia, headed by a PIO
5. Will feature "Worlds Tallest Structures" (implying more than just one!)
6. And to top it off, it will all be built in one of the poorest, undeveloped parts of Andhra Pradesh! Leading to massive employment and educational opportunities to millions of India's poorest!

Talk about kick ass!

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High-tech science city to come up in Andhra
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Hyderabad, January 26, 2007

A state-of-the-art integrated science city will come up in Andhra Pradesh's drought-prone Anantapur district with an investment of $25 billion over 10 years by a consortium of four Australian and Singaporean companies.

The Odyssey Science City would come up on 65,000 acres of land between Odicheruvu and Ammadiguda in Anantapur, about 400 kms from Hyderabad.

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) for developing the city was signed in Hyderabad on Thursday between the state government and the consortium, which comprises Springfield Land Corporation and Macquarie Bank from Australia and Singapore's Juron International Group and Semb Corp Industries.

The consortium will invest about $3 billion in the next three years to build the ultra-modern integrated township on 10,000 acres.


The project envisages a self-contained, hi-tech complex with its own comprehensive infrastructure, including power, expressways, telecom networks, desalination plants, biotech parks, special economic zones, IT/biotech parks, industrial parks, hospitals, educational institutions, hotels and amusement parks.

It will become a national centre for IT and supercomputing, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, robotics, high-tech manufacturing industries, export oriented centres, media and telecommunications, tourism and entertainment, medical and health and finance and banking.

The project will provide a platform to 500 companies to establish their branches in every field of manufacturing, travel, commerce, financial services, retailing and transportation.

According to Springfield Land Corporation Managing Director Bob Sharpless, the project would provide direct employment to 1.5 million people and indirect employment to another million.

Springfield is planning to replicate the Greater Springfield model of Australia, claimed to be world's only master planned edge city.

It would be financed entirely by the consortium and the government's support would be required in areas like provision of land and water on commercial terms.

"We are excited about the announcement of Odyssey Science City in an area that has been traditionally drought-prone and backward," said Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy.

Jurong Infrastructure (India) CEO Rao Munukutla said they planned to build world's tallest structures in the science city. He said proximity to the Karnataka capital Bangalore, about 200 kms away, was one reason for setting up the project in Anantapur district.
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Some related links... note that the project doesn't yet have an official website. I'll be sure to add it (and renders!) when it becomes available.

Developers:
·Springfield Land Corporation, Australia
·Jurong International Group, Singapore. (I'll bet first renders will come from them. Here is the JURON India section)
·Wikipedia Entry on the Greater Springfield project in Australia, which Odyssey Science City will draw inspiration from (and surpass)


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$25 bn Andhra science city to challenge Bangalore
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Hyderabad, January 26, 2007

The name has changed from Bangalore to Bengaluru, and some big foreign investors are planning to challenge its reputation too.

India's Silicon Valley, groaning under infrastructural problems, should brace up for stiff competition. A consortium of four Australia and Singapore-based companies are planning to set up a state-of-the-art integrated science city, at Odicheruvu in Andhra Pradesh, barely 200 km, a three-hour-drive, from Bangalore to attract high technology industries with unprecedented facilities.

The investor consortium consists of Australia's Springfield Land Corporation and Macquarie Bank and Singapore's Jurong International Group and Semb Corp Industries. The city built over 10 years with a foreign direct investment of $25 billion provide a platform for 500 companies to establish their branches in every field of manufacturing, travel, commerce, financial services, retailing and transportation, Andhra officials said.

The Odyssey Science City, fashioned on the lines of Australia's Greater Springfield, would come up in an area of 65,000 acres spread over two revenue territories in Anantapur district. It will provide direct employment to 15 lakh people and indirect employment to another 10 lakh.

The first three years alone will see an investment of $3 billion.

An agreement to set up the venture was signed by KRK Reddy, Andhra Pradesh's Additional Secretary (Industries), on behalf of the state government and Bob Sharpless, managing director, Springfield Land Corporation, in the presence Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy in Hyderabad.

"We are all excited about the announcement of Odyssey Science City in an area that has been perennially drought-prone and most backward in the state," Reddy said and assured all assistance from the state government, besides facilitating clearances from the central government for the project.

Springfield's Sharpless said the project envisaged a self-contained, hi-tech complex with its own comprehensive infrastructure, including power, expressways, telecom networks, desalination plants, biotech parks, special economic zones (SEZs), IT/Biotech parks, industrial parks, hospitals, educational institutions, hotels and amusement parks.

"The Odyssey Science City intends to develop the Science City as a national centre for technology and innovations, information technology and supercomputing, hi-tech manufacturing industries, software development, biotechnology, bio-pharmaceuticals, advanced research and development, artificial intelligence, industrial robotics, high-tech manufacturing industries, export-oriented centres, media and telecommunications, education, finance and banking, tourism and entertainment, fine arts, medical and healthcare services," Sharpless said.

The government will hand over 25,000 acres of land in the first phase and the remaining 40,000 acres in the second phase.

The government will also reserve a 10-km-stretch of green fields around the Science city and a 200-metre corridor on each side of the archway of the roads which are being built. The developers require 10 to 12 tmc (thousand million cubic) feet of water for the construction of the project in the first year which will subsequently be increased from the second year onwards.

The developers will also set up a power project for captive generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.

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International science city to come up in Anantapur dist
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Friday January 26 2007 11:41 IST

HYDERABAD: The hinterland of the most backward Anantapur district will witness a sea-change within a decade with a consortium of high profile companies from Australia and Singapore announcing its plans to establish Odyssey Science City.

An agreement to this effect was signed between the State Government and the consortia which include Macquarie Bank and Springfield Land Corporation of Australia and Jurang International group and Semb Corp of Singapore in the presence of Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy here on Thursday.


The Odyssey Science City intended to develop the Science City as a National center for information technology & supercomputing, biotechnology, advanced research and development, artificial intelligence, industrial robotics, high tech manufacturing industries, export oriented centers, media and tele-communication, tourism and entertainment, education, fine arts, medical and health care and finance & banking.

The Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the project is expected to be to the tune of US $ 25 billion and would provide a platform for 500 companies to establish their branches in every field of manufacturing, travel, commerce, financial services, retailing transportation etc.

The project, which would come up on 65,000 acres in O D Cheruvu and Amadagur mandals of Anantapur district, is estimated to provide direct employment to about 15 lakh and indirect jobs to another 10 lakh people.

Speaking on the occasion, Rajasekhara Reddy assured the developers all assistance from the State Government besides facilitating clearances from the Centre. “We are all excited about the project, that too in an area which is perennially drought prone and most backward in the State,” he said.

According to the officials of the Industries department, the Government would hand-over 25,000 acres in the first phase and the balance land in second phase. The Government would also reserve a 10 km of green field around OSC and a 200 m corridor on each side of the archery of the road, which are being built.

The developers require 10 to 12 tmcft water for the construction of the project in the first year which will subsequently be increased from second year onwards. The developers will also set up a power project for captive generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.

The promoters have to finance, design and distribute telecommunications in the project area and the State Government will take up with the Centre the extension of broad gauge railway lines as required. The State Government will also request the Centre to extent all concessions and exemptions and duties that may be levied for import of plant machinery for the project. Jurong India CEO Rao Munukutla, Springfield Land Corporation managing director Bob Sharpless, Commissioner for Trade and Investment, Queensland Government of Australia David Belham and others spoke.

* The project will come up on 65,000 acres in OD Cheruvu and Amadagur mandals of Anantapur district * FDI is expected to be to the tune of $ 25 billion and will provide a platform for 500 companies
* Estimated to provide direct employment to about 15 lakh and indirect jobs to another 10 lakh people.

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Odyssey Science City
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A state-of-the-art integrated science city will come up in Andhra Pradesh's drought-prone Anantapur district with an investment of $25 billion over 10 years by a consortium of four Australian and Singaporean companies.

The consortium will invest about $3 billion in the next three years to build the ultra-modern integrated township on 10,000 acres.The Odyssey Science City would come up on 65,000 acres of land between Odicheruvu and Ammadiguda in Anantapur, about 400 km from here. He said proximity to the Karnataka capital Bangalore, about 200 km away, was one reason for setting up the project in Anantapur district...
Source: The Times of India

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1-lakh cr. Science City for Anantapur
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HYDERABAD: A massive, state-of-the-art integrated ` Odyssey Science City' is proposed to be established in drought-prone Anantapur district with an investment of $ 25 billion (Rs. 1.1 lakh crores) over the next 10 years by a consortium of four Australia and Singapore-based companies.

The proposal for setting up the mega venture was signed by Additional Secretary (Industries) K. R. K. Reddy on behalf of the State Government and Bob Sharpless, Managing Director, Springfield Land Corporation, Australia, in the presence Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy here on Thursday. It would be coming up between Odicheruvu and Ammadiguda in Anantapur, a few hours' drive from Bangalore.

YSR promises support r. Rajasekhara Reddy said: " We are excited about the announcement of Odyssey Science City in an area that has been traditionally drought-prone and backward." He assured full Government support for the project.

The consortium consists of Springfield Land Corporation, Macquarie Bank, Australia and Juron International Group, and Semb Corp Industries, both from Singapore...
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$25 bn Andhra science city to challenge Bangalore
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India's Silicon Valley, groaning under infrastructural problems, should brace up for stiff competition. A consortium of four Australia and Singapore-based companies are planning to set up a state-of-the-art integrated science city, at Odicheruvu in Andhra Pradesh, barely 200 km, a three-hour-drive, from Bangalore to attract high technology industries with unprecedented facilities. The Odyssey Science City, fashioned on the lines of Australia's Greater Springfield, would come up in an area of 65,000 acres spread over two revenue territories in Anantapur district. It will provide direct employment to 15 lakh people and indirect employment to another 10 lakh. The first three years alone will see an investment of $3 billion.
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I couldn't find it before, but here is the official press release from Springfield Land Development Corp.'s website.

It mentions that villagers living in the Science City region would be given property, employment and be made stakeholders in the overall development.

They also say Science City is the "first of several projects several projects with Juron in India which have now come to fruition." I guess that means there are even more megacities in the lineup!



Springfield Land Corporation Signs New City Deal in India
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Date: 02-02-2007
Source: Springfield Land Corporation

Springfield Land Corporation has signed an historic agreement with a consortium to create one of India’s largest Greenfield cities, Odyssey Science City.

This multi-billion dollar city is being developed to create a new era of economic growth for not just the immediate area but for India as a whole. It is envisioned as a model for the future development of all other cities in India and the world. Its introduction of new environmentally sensitive design, high tech, knowledge and systems is intended to make Odyssey Science City the premier City of India.

The Odyssey Science City project involves the acquisition of up to 50,000 acres of land in a Greenfield site located approximately 40 kilometres north of the new Bangalore International Airport. The project will develop a planned city with a population of 3 million people in 15-20 years.

The consortium comprises of Springfield Land Corporation, Jurong International Group and Semb Corp Industries. In addition the consortium is supported by leading investment and asset management and asset servicing firms whose global client base consists of corporations and institutions.

Springfield Land Corporation Managing Director Robert Sharpless said Springfield Land Corporation’s investment in the creation of this new city is both financial and as a developer.

“Springfield Land Corporation has been actively looking at the growth of India for approximately two years; starting with the city of Bangalore because of its recognition as a high growth IT centre, “ said Mr Sharpless.

“In the early days we were very interested in seeing whether we could attract IT companies into the Greater Springfield project and also learn from some of the major IT parks that have been developed in Bangalore. Springfield Land Corporation was subsequently invited by Jurong to partner with them in large scale projects in India. This project represents the first of several projects which have now come to fruition.

“Certainly Springfield Land Corporation and its Greater Springfield project enjoy a very enviable reputation in Asia and we were identified as an ideal partner to carry out such an ambitious project.

The Queensland Government has also played a role in assisting the consortium to be selected to undertake the Odyssey Science City Project, through its Queensland Trade Office located in Bangalore.

“Springfield Land Corporation is grateful for the support it has received from the Queensland Government and believes that there are many more significant opportunities for Queensland companies to benefit from developing business in India,” said Mr Sharpless.

With expertise in developing Australia’s largest master planned city from a Greenfield site, Greater Springfield, we are providing both advice and financial support to help create a city twice its size,” said Mr Sharpless.

“As with Greater Springfield, the master plan for Odyssey Science City is focussed on creating a new economic base, with jobs, state-of-the-art educational and medical facilities and high quality recreational facilities,” he said.

The Odyssey Science City project will transform a region that is currently of low farming value and features little major infrastructure. There are currently 25,000 people living on the land in small villages, all of whom will be re-settled, offered employment and made stakeholders in the project. (Way to go! )

“We are planning to provide modern housing of superior quality, Vocational Training Institutes, Educational institutions and hospitals, all of which will contribute significantly to the proposed area of Rayalseema in rejuvenating its economy,” said Mr Sharpless.

A detailed development agreement has been signed with the Government of Andhra Pradesh and there are significant undertakings on behalf of the Government to support the project.

The Odyssey Consortium have conceptualised a proposal to establish a state of the art integrated science city. This project envisages a self contained modern hi-tech urban complex with its own comprehensive infrastructure:

• Power
• Water supply
• Expressways
• MRTS
• Telecommunications Networks
• Sewage and Waste disposal
• Desalination Plants
• SEZ’s IT
• Biotech Parks
• Industrial Parks
• Hospitals
• Educational Institutions
• Commercial and residential complexes
• Hotels
• Amusement Parks

The development will be financed entirely by the consortium with the Indian Government’s assistance and support in certain areas.

Odyssey Science City is being developed as a national centre for:
• Technology and innovation
• High-tech manufacturing industries
• Software development
• Information technology
• Biotechnology
• Biopharmaceuticals
• Research and development
• Telecommunications
• Supercomputing
• Artificial intelligence
• Industrial robotics
• Education

• Finance and banking
• Tourism and entertainment
• Fine arts
• Medical and healthcare services

About the Odyssey City Consortium
Springfield Land Corporation
Springfield Land Corporation is the master-planner of the $15 billion plus 2860 hectare Greater Springfield project. Acquired in 1992, Greater Springfield encompasses four suburbs and a CBD area. With $450+ million being spent annually on the Greater Springfield project, and three families moving to Greater Springfield every day, it is no wonder it is one of the fastest growing regions in Australia. Additional information about Springfield Land Corporation and its Greater Springfield project is available at www.greaterspringfield.com.au

For more information contact:
Jodie Curtis
Marketing and Communications
Springfield Land Corporation
T: (07) 3819 9902
M: 0409 725 907
E: j.curtis@murgroup.com.a
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Greater Springfield Land Corp's bi-monthly magazine Big Picture (March/April 2007 ed), "The Odyssey Science City" [PDF] offers some tantalizing facts about this project, straight from the horse's mouth:
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Springfield Land Corporation has signed an historic agreement with a consortium to create one of India’s largest greenfield cities, Odyssey Science City.

This multi-billion dollar city is being developed to create a new era of economic growth for not just the immediate area but for India as a whole. It is envisioned as a model for the future development of all other cities in India and the world. The introduction of new environmentally sensitive design, high tech, knowledge and systems is intended to make Odyssey Science City the premier City of India.

The Odyssey Science City project involves the acquisition of up to 50,000 acres of land in a Greenfield site located approximately 40 kilometres north of the new Bangalore International Airport. The project will develop a planned city with a population of 3 million people in 15-20 years.

The consortium comprises of Springfield Land Corporation, Jurong International Group and Semb Corp Industries.
In addition the consortium is supported by leading investment and asset management and asset servicing firms whose global client base consists of corporations and institutions.

Springfield Land Corporation Managing Director Robert Sharpless said Springfield Land Corporation’s investment in the creation of this new city is both financial and as a developer.

“Springfield Land Corporation has been actively looking at the growth of India for approximately two years, starting with the city of Bangalore because of its recognition as a high growth IT centre,” said Mr Sharpless.

“In the early days we were very interested in seeing whether we could attract IT companies into the Greater Springfield project and also learn from some of the major IT parks that have been developed in Bangalore. Springfield Land Corporation was subsequently invited by Jurong to partner with them in large scale projects in India. This project represents the first of several projects which have now come to fruition.

“Certainly Springfield Land Corporation and its Greater Springfield project enjoy a very enviable reputation in Asia and we were identified as an ideal partner to carry out such an ambitious project,” said Mr Sharpless.

The Queensland Government has also played a role in assisting the consortium to be selected to undertake the Odyssey Science City Project, through its Queensland Trade Office located in Bangalore.

“Springfield Land Corporation is grateful for the support it has received from the Queensland Government and believes that there are many more significant opportunities for Queensland companies to benefit from developing business in India,” said Mr Sharpless. “With expertise in developing Australia’s largest master planned city from a greenfield site, Greater Springfield, we are providing both advice and financial support to help create a city twice its size,” said Mr Sharpless.

“As with Greater Springfield, the master plan for Odyssey Science City is focussed on creating a new economic base, with jobs, state-of-the-art educational and medical facilities and high quality recreational facilities,” he said.

The Odyssey Science City project will transform a region that is currently of low farming value and features little major infrastructure. There are currently 25,000 people living on the land in small villages, all of whom will be re-settled, offered employment and made stakeholders in the project.

“We are planning to provide modern housing of superior quality, vocational training institutes, educational institutions and hospitals, all of which will contribute significantly to the proposed area of Rayalseema in rejuvenating its economy,”
said Mr Sharpless. A detailed development agreement has been signed with the Government of Andhra Pradesh and there are significant undertakings on behalf of the Government to support the project.

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The Odyssey Consortium have conceptualised a proposal to establish a state of the art integrated science city. This project envisages a self contained, modern, hi-tech urban complex with its own comprehensive infrastructure:
• Power
• Water supply
• Expressways
• MRTS
• Telecommunications Networks
• Sewage and Waste disposal
• Desalination Plants
• SEZ’s IT
• Biotech Parks
• Industrial Parks
• Hospitals
• Educational Institutions
• Commercial and residential complexes
• Hotels
• Amusement Parks

The development will be financed entirely by the consortium with the Indian Government’s assistance and support in certain areas. Odyssey Science City is being developed as a national centre for:
• Technology and innovation
• High-tech manufacturing industries
• Software development
• Information technology
• Biotechnology
• Biopharmaceuticals
• Research and development
• Telecommunications
• Supercomputing
• Artificial intelligence
• Industrial robotics
• Education
• Finance and banking
• Tourism and entertainment
• Fine arts
• Medical and healthcare services
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Is the City now being built in Karnataka or still the Anantpur Region of AP?
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Hi,

It is to be built in in Anantapur, AP, but Bangalore would be its closest metro city. It's meant to be an alternate destination for FDI than Bangalore.

For more information on the project, including location, check out this discussion:
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=435097

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Kadiri is the nearest town to the project
Kadiri - Bangalore: 140 km (approax)
Kadiri - Chennai : 260 km (approax). (NH 205).
Kadiri - Hyderabad: 370 km (approax)
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It is to be built in in Anantapur, AP, but Bangalore would be its closest metro city. It's meant to be an alternate destination for FDI than Bangalore.

For more information on the project, including location, check out this discussion:
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=435097

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helloo guys...............wat happened to the Odyssy Science city which is going to be the greatest structure in india ???????????? There is no news on it.................is it closed for ever or.................cancelled
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yeah any news on it has it been scrapped?
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Because of the worldwide economic crisis, it's having funding issues. The project's probably going to be delayed for a few years, though isn't scrapped
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Because of the worldwide economic crisis, it's having funding issues. The project's probably going to be delayed for a few years, though isn't scrapped
finally closed..............please chek out the news...........it may not be closed............
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finally closed..............please chek out the news...........it may not be closed............
It is officially closed. Pity, because it looked pretty amazing.
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