Date for submission of programs extended
Ludhiana, March 1
Bowing to the Punjab Colonizers and Property Dealers Association and different stakeholders’ demand, the Punjab Government has extended the date for submission of applications for regularisation of unlicensed/unlawful colonies to June 30.
The revised coverage announced through the government on October 19, 2018, had expired after a stipulated length of four months on February 18, 2019.
Because of the reality that the coverage in its current form had didn’t appeal to builders as simplest 225 programs were acquired from out of one,920 identified unlawful colonies under the jurisdiction of the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA), the government accepted a few needs positioned forth utilizing developers in a sequence of conferences convened via Punjab Housing and Urban Development Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa and senior officials of the branch with them.
Welcoming the decision of the government to increase policy for every other 4 months, Kultar Singh Jogi and GS Lamba, president, and standard secretary, respectively, of the Punjab Colonisers and Property Dealers Association, stated the government had now determined that further to online submission of programs (for regularisation of colonies) these could be normal manually at sea kendras, distinct branches of HDFC Bank and offices of the improvement authorities concerned.
The call for developers for the attractiveness of packages in a single set in place of eight sets as sought in advance also become ordinary, and directions issued to the capable authorities in this regard stated Lamba.
“Developers, lots of whom aren’t computer literate, will also be able to add a couple of utility from single electronic mail ID,” he added.
According to Lamba, the call for belongings builders regarding grant of strength to trouble ‘no objection certificate’ (NOC) to the Chief Administrator of the development authority in Estate Officer’s location became mentioned at duration.
The authorities’ stand that this had been completed as in line with provisions laid down in the Punjab Laws (Special Provisions) for Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies Act 2018 became general via builders he stated.
Some different troubles associated with the coverage including parity in improvement expenses for colonies located inside and outside the metropolis limits, waiver of hobby on unpaid dues below preceding rules, and formation of a kingdom property board to bridge the distance among the stakeholders and the regulatory bodies have also been being addressed by using the government, he introduced.