Govt to keep tabs on building permissions accorded by GHMC
Govt to keep tabs on building permissions accorded by GHMC, According to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, this system will ensure government to have comprehensive and year-wise data of constructions made in twin-cities.
KCR proposes a new idea to curb violations
Hyderabad: Now, any sort of violations in new constructions will not go unnoticed in State capital as in the past. The government is mulling over to tighten the screws in granting building permissions under Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) limits. Any person or construction company, wanting to build a new construction in some area of land should get GHMC nod and also submit all documents to government for its record.
According to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, this system will ensure government to have comprehensive and year-wise data of constructions made in twin-cities.
If any violations were found, government could straight away initiate action against violators. By being hand in glove with officials, these law breakers managed to get away. However, the situation would see a drastic change once government also monitors sanction of building permissions, he felt. At a five-hour long review meeting on development of Hyderabad held here, KCR discussed with officials about ways to ease traffic congestion, construction of multi-level flyovers and skyways besides improvement of greenery. He asked them to prepare proposals so that commuters travel without signal stoppages. KCR told them to also prepare a project report with number of new bridges that needs to be constructed as well as number of roads that need to be widened.
Further, he directed forest department to prepare proposals for improving greenery in parks, open spaces and forest lands in twin-cities. The Chief Minister said he would undertake an aerial survey of the city to get a clear picture about lands that could be used for construction of parks.
Meanwhile, he asked authorities to prepare proposals for construction of flyovers in Warangal, the second biggest city in Telangana.