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UT seeks report on bldg violations in bars, discos

CHANDIGARH: The UT management has sought a report on construction violations in accommodations, eating places, discos and bars in Sector 7 and Sector 26.

Sources printed that the management in fresh past had gained court cases relating to construction violations in these commercial retailers, specially in Sector 7 and Sector 26.

A senior UT reliable mentioned that they have got requested the UT estate place of work to assemble a report and submit the similar on the earliest.

Meanwhile, the UT management is already working on finalising the need-based adjustments in commercial areas of the city. The management would quickly hold a high-level meeting where need-based adjustments demanded by means of other buyers in the commercial areas would be tabled. The UT officials would take a decision on the identical.

The UT estate place of work had recently submitted information on construction violations in commercial areas of Chandigarh to the UT management. This was once executed on the directions of a committee constituted by means of UT administrator V P Singh Badnore for the redressal of issues of buyers.

The administrator had recently constituted two separate committees for redressal of issues of buyers and industrialists.

Sources printed that the estate place of work, which was once given the duty of making ready a report on construction violations in commercial areas at other sectors of the city, highlighted violations like removal of interior partitions in SCOs, using basements for different actions as a substitute of storage and building of higher flooring on bay shops and cubicles. There was once a protracted checklist of calls for from the buyers. One such demand was once to allow sure actions in shops, which are not permissible consistent with the prevailing laws and rules.

One of the key calls for of the Chandigarh Beopar Mandal (CBM) was once to roll again misuse charges. Recently, the UT issued public notice to scale back misuse charges for construction violations in the city and sought objections and recommendations of public. The UT estate place of work had increased the consequences for misuse and violations of building bylaws in 2007 from Rs 10 to Rs 500 per sq.feet per thirty days for areas being misused.

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