CDP sent for govt approval after amendments: Mayor

CDP sent for govt approval after amendments: Mayor

Speaking to presspersons, Town Planning officer Raghupal said that those who own less than three cents of land in unauthorised layouts need not pay the fine. Those owning, 3 to 6 cents land have to pay fine of 50 per cent of the 15 per cent of the value fixed by the Sub Registrar and the fee prescribed in column 18. Those owning 6 to 12 cents land, have to pay a fine of 75 per cent of the 15 per cent of the value fixed by the Sub Registrar and the fee prescribed in column 18.

He said: “Under the CDP, for the partition of property among children, one has to pay a penalty. However, in the revised CDP, we have proposed no penalty on the condition that after the division of the property, the owner should not sell the land. In case, if he sells the land, then he will have to pay penalty of 15 per cent to the MUDA.”

The revised CDP also says that in agriculture land, house can be constructed in three cents land. However, the house should not be in more than 150 square metres.

Raghupal said “MCC and MUDA have already identified 64 roads for widening. The minimum width should be 9 metres and maximum must be 24 metres. In such a situation, the owners of the house or plot have to leave the land for road depending on the circumstances. If the owner agrees to leave the land, then he will be given attractive Transport Development Right (TDR) and Floor Area Ratio (FAR).

If there is no proposal for the widening of the road from MUDA and MCC, then the width of such road will be 6 metre instead of 9 metre in the CDP. If the road comes in narrow lane or hilly region, then it is left to the discretion of the MUDA to decide on the width of the road. “If the owner hands over 25 per cent of the land for the widening of the road, then he will be given 50 per cent concession in front set back area and 25 per cent in back set back area,” he added.

According to the revised CDP, MUDA should not insist for land to be left for road if a person owns only three cents land. He said there should be two parking lot for two dwelling which is more than 175 square feet.

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