Telangana government partners with stakeholders to acquire land – the New Indian Express


Through Express news service

HYDERABAD: As the government has extended the land pooling program to all ULBs and UDAs in the state, it has also decided that land consolidation, with the cooperative participation of stakeholders, should be handled in a institutionalized. Based on previous experience, it is established that this is the ideal way to promote new townships and developments rather than through land acquisition.

Senior municipal officials said Express Hyderabad has grown exponentially over the past few years and is expected to continue to grow at a similar or even faster rate in the future. The demand for housing will also continue to grow and to ensure that there is not too much stress on Hyderabad and the areas of the Outer Ring Road (ORR) it is essential that new planned townships are created. , officials said.

HMDA (Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority) and other departments such as Roads and Buildings (R&B) have undertaken infrastructure works including planning and forming of new link roads, grid roads in virgin areas, etc. . As a result, previously inaccessible areas open up. for the development of new municipalities and residential areas. The same goes for the head offices of other districts, the peri-urban areas adjacent to the head office and the important cities with high development potential.

Each consolidation proposal will be sent to HMDA for due diligence. The civic body will examine and process them within a maximum of four weeks from receipt. In addition, all common land in the network must be registered in the name of HMDA, UDA or ULB. The development can be an integrated township, a purely residential development or a mixed development. The land, after their development, will be auctioned by the square meter.


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