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Building permissions back with the civic body

Building permissions back with the civic body
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The GHMC has resumed the sanction of building permissions from Saturday after it was stopped temporarily due to the implementation of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). Commissioner and Special Officer Somesh Kumar stated that the permissions were halted for the past few days as it would delay the SRDP project and lead to litigations.

Sanctions were put on hold in the past few days due to the implementation of the SRDP project

The GHMC has resumed the sanction of building permissions from Saturday after it was stopped temporarily due to the implementation of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). Commissioner and Special Officer Somesh Kumar stated that the permissions were halted for the past few days as it would delay the SRDP project and lead to litigations. Files would now be examined and cleared in a stipulated time as per the present rules.

“98 applications needing approval in the GHMC head office and 18 proposals coming up near the SRDP roads would be kept aside for examination. The remaining 80 files would be cleared on priority. There are 590 files which are pending at circle and zonal offices which would be cleared within 15 days through a special drive,” said the Commissioner.

Somesh Kumar (centre) addressing the conference

Somesh Kumar appealed to the citizens to clear their property tax immediately as the government has already issued a GO duly waiving the penal interest for the current year. The GHMC has appointed 337 nodal officers and 24 supervisors for collecting the tax and arrangements are being made to conduct the Property Tax Parishkaram programme on Sunday. The Commissioner added that with regard to cleaning of Hussain Sagar the Government are holding discussions for the purpose.

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