NDMC eases rules for building plans
The North Corporation has directed all the zonal offices for uniform sets of papers, asking the applicants to demolish the unauthorised construction
Jun 18, 2013
Source : The Times of India


DELHI: In a major relief to property owners in north Delhi, the municipal corporation has announced self assessment amnesty for regularization of unauthorized construction in unauthorized regularized colonies. An order in this regard was issued by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation on 14th June.

To dispel any ambiguity and make the scheme successful, the North Corporation has directed all the zonal offices for uniform sets of papers, asking the applicants to demolish the unauthorised construction.

“For regularisation of unauthorized construction, property owners have to submit a copy of a plan duly stamped along with the an undertaking shall be taken that no court case is pending before any court in respect of said property,” said Ram Kishan Singhal, chairman, standing committee, North Corporation.

The move is expected to will benefit lakhs of residential units across the municipal limits of the North Delhi corporation.

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