Bowing to the call of the Punjab Colonisers and Property Dealers Association and different stakeholders, the Punjab Government has extended the date for submission of applications for regularisation of unlicensed/illegal colonies to June 30. The revised coverage introduced by the government on October 19, 2018, had expired after a stipulated length of four months on February 18, 2019.
Given the truth that the coverage in its existing form had failed to appeal to builders as handiest 225 programs had been acquired from out of one,920 diagnosed unlawful colonies underneath the jurisdiction of the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA), the government frequents some demands put forth via builders in a series of conferences convened by way of Punjab Housing and Urban Development Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa and senior officials of the branch with them.
Welcoming choice of the authorities to increase policy for every other 4 months, Kultar Singh Jogi and GS Lamba, president, and widespread secretary, respectively, of the Punjab Colonisers and Property Dealers Association, stated the government had now determined that similarly to online submission of programs (for regularisation of colonies) these might be accepted manually at sea kendras, detailed branches of HDFC Bank and places of work of the development government concerned.
The demand of builders for the attractiveness of programs in a single set in the vicinity of 8 units as sought earlier was also widespread, and guidelines issued to the competent authorities in this regard, said Lamba.
“Developers, lots of whom aren’t laptop literate, can also be able to add multiple applications from unmarried electronic mail ID,” he delivered. According to Lamba, the call for property developers regarding the provision of electricity to the problem ‘no-objection certificates (NOC) to the Chief Administrator of the improvement authority in the region of Estate Officer, turned into discussed at the period.
The government’s stand that this had been performed as in keeping with provisions laid down inside the Punjab Laws (Special Provisions) for Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies Act 2018 become common using developers, he said.
Some different problems related to the coverage together with parity in development fees for colonies positioned within and outdoor the metropolis limits, waiver of hobby on unpaid dues underneath previous guidelines, and formation of a kingdom belongings board to bridge the distance among the stakeholders and the regulatory bodies had also been being addressed using the authorities, he brought.