Bowing to the call for of the Punjab Colonisers and Property Dealers Association and other stakeholders, the Punjab Government has prolonged date for submission of packages 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 duration of 4 months on February 18, 2019. In view of the truth that the policy in its existing form had didn’t attract builders as most effective 225 programs had been received from out of one,920 identified illegal colonies below the jurisdiction of the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA), the government frequent a few demands placed forth by means of developers in a series of conferences convened with the aid of Punjab Housing and Urban Development Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa and senior officials of the department with them. Welcoming selection of the authorities to increase policy for another four months, Kultar Singh Jogi and GS Lamba, president and popular secretary, respectively, of the Punjab Colonisers and Property Dealers Association, said the authorities had now determined that similarly to online submission of programs (for regularisation of colonies) these would be typical manually at sea kendras, targeted branches of HDFC Bank and places of work of the development government concerned.
The call for of builders for the reputation of programs in unmarried set in the location of eight units as sought earlier was additionally every day and instructions issued to the active government in this regard, stated Lamba. “Developers, a lot of whom are not pc literate, will also be able to upload multiple application from unmarried email ID,” he added. According to Lamba, the call for of assets builders concerning furnish of strength to difficulty ‘no objection certificates’ (NOC) to the Chief Administrator of the development authority in the location of Estate Officer, became mentioned at length. The government’s stand that this has been achieved as per provisions laid down in the Punjab Laws (Special Provisions) for Regularisation of Unauthorised Colonies Act 2018 changed into a routine with the aid of builders, he said. Some other troubles related to the coverage including parity in development fees for colonies placed inside and outside the city limits, waiver of interest on unpaid dues beneath previous guidelines and formation of a kingdom property board to bridge the distance between the stakeholders and the regulatory bodies had been additionally being addressed by means of the authorities, he introduced.