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Red tape holding up town planning schemes


AHMEDABAD: Member of Parliament and previous chairman of the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA) Surendra Patel mentioned he used to be involved that town making plans schemes still take numerous time to transparent the executive pink tape.

“There are extra administrative changes in procedures required to put a town making plans scheme from a draft degree to the implementation degree. A slowing down has been witnessed and this is a matter of shock,” mentioned Patel. He used to be talking at an match marking the guide release at AMA on ‘Town Planning Scheme’ by means of Narendra Patel, nationwide vice-president of Institute of Town Planners, Delhi.


While recalling his days in AUDA, Surendra Patel mentioned, “We had taken a list of suggestions for town making plans schemes ahead of the Prahladnagar scheme and SP Ring Road to CM Keshubhai Patel. Though Keshubhai had agreed, the prison department raised objections. But when drive discovered them, they left a report noting, ‘though these suggestions are towards the prevailing TP Act, since AUDA chairman insisted now we have permitted these.”


President of Cept University, Dr Bimal Patel, mentioned that TP schemes were evolved as a negotiating tool which had room for equity when in comparison to land acquisition rules.


“You should appreciate the valuables rights of a citizen sooner than suggesting deductions in his assets. The TP scheme is a negotiating tool that objectives at a win-win scenario for the valuables proprietor and the government,” mentioned Bimal Patel. He added that the government used to be a facilitator and now not a large scale developer.




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