Chandigarh administration adviser wants report on land pooling policy
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Chandigarh administration adviser wants report on land pooling policy

Before finalising the proposed land pooling policy, UT adviser Dharam Pal has requested a report. According to the Master Plan-2031, the UT administration intends to make the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) the main body for the land pooling strategy to utilise available vacant land in the city.

Bengaluru-based Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS) is working on the draft.

The UT administration recently requested a revised draft strategy on village development, regularisation of unlawful buildings, and the extension of Lal Dora from the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS).

Banwarilal Purohit, the UT administrator, asked the administration to use existing unoccupied land in the city as per the Master Plan-2031, prompting the UT administration to strive to overcome the land availability issue by introducing a land pooling programme.

The Indian Institute of Human Settlement in Bengaluru has been tasked with developing a land aggregation and pooling strategy. The policy will assist the government in utilising surplus land for development projects that are in keeping with the city's master plan.

The administration has requested information on both accessible and encroached-on land from several departments. To make the best use of the land, a policy will be created. The majority of the city's prospective unoccupied land is hidden away in various pockets, mostly in settlements on the outside. Encroachment and unlawful development are threatening a large portion of this area. The administration is working on a development plan that will allow villages to be integrated into the city's sectoral plan to make better use of the land, according to the media.

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Before finalising the proposed land pooling policy, UT adviser Dharam Pal has requested a report. According to the Master Plan-2031, the UT administration intends to make the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) the main body for the land pooling strategy to utilise available vacant land in the city. Bengaluru-based Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS) is working on the draft. The UT administration recently requested a revised draft strategy on village development, regularisation of unlawful buildings, and the extension of Lal Dora from the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS). Banwarilal Purohit, the UT administrator, asked the administration to use existing unoccupied land in the city as per the Master Plan-2031, prompting the UT administration to strive to overcome the land availability issue by introducing a land pooling programme. The Indian Institute of Human Settlement in Bengaluru has been tasked with developing a land aggregation and pooling strategy. The policy will assist the government in utilising surplus land for development projects that are in keeping with the city's master plan. The administration has requested information on both accessible and encroached-on land from several departments. To make the best use of the land, a policy will be created. The majority of the city's prospective unoccupied land is hidden away in various pockets, mostly in settlements on the outside. Encroachment and unlawful development are threatening a large portion of this area. The administration is working on a development plan that will allow villages to be integrated into the city's sectoral plan to make better use of the land, according to the media. Image Source

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