AP bans regularization of illegal layouts in CRDA
Andhra Pradesh Bans Regularization of Illegal Layouts in CRDA. Andhra Pradesh Government has decided to not regularize any of the encroached lay outs in CRDA, Govt lands and also water bodies .
Andhra Pradesh Government has decided to not regularize any of the encroached lay outs in CRDA, Govt lands and also water bodies .
Announcing the cabinet decision Information and public relations minister Palle Raghunath Reddy said the cabinet decided to launch a building regularization scheme all over 13 districts of the state .'But only in CRDA, Govt lands, Water bodies,that scheme will not be applicable '. Replying to a question the minister said the lay outs etc in CRDA will not be regularized, but a decision on demolishing was still pending .
Municipal Administration Minister P. Narayana had on Friday launched a massive campaign against the 177 illegal layouts had sprung up in the last few months in the capital region in and around Thullur, Amaravathi and Mangalagiri. The State government decided to crack the whip on illegal layouts in the backdrop of the demand from a section of land owners in Thullur who attributed the fall in land prices due to the illegal layouts.
Land prices which soared to Rs.1.60 crore an acre fell to Rs.1 crore. The illegal layouts prompted buyers to opt for small pieces of land for real estate ventures at cheaper prices, farmers rued. The Minister along with Joint Collector Ch. Sridhar, Guntur Municipal Commissioner K. Kanna Babu, CRDA Additional Commissioner Chandradu, police and revenue officials supervised demolition of temporary structures, sheds and flag posts in 80 illegal layouts at Vaikuntapuram, Amaravathi, Dharanikota and Mutteyepalem along the Thullur-Amaravathi road. “We will soon place a list of authorized layouts on the CRDA website,” Narayana had said adding that there were 111 layouts in the temple town of Amaravathi alone followed by 44 in Thullur, 12 in Tadepalli and 11 in Mangalagiri.