Telangana government intends to restart the Layout Regularisation Scheme.
Including the most recent standards given by the Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department of Telangana, administration officials and the Department of Panchayat Raj have been aimed to handle all prospective applicants under the ‘Layout Regularisation Scheme’ in the State within 15 days.
During the first stage of the processing method, all applications submitted by civic bodies and gramme panchayats would be classified into several clusters based on survey number, village, colony, and neighbourhood. In phase 2, each cluster will be examined by a team featuring the District Collector as well as officials from the irrigation, revenue, local town planning organisations, and panchayats. Following that, the unit must upload their comments to the cluster.
On September 1, 2020, the Telangana government initiated the regularisation process. It took submissions through October 31, 2020. The scheme got a massive interest, with over 25 lakh people requesting to regularise their plots when the government banned registration of open plots in unsuitable layouts. Individual plot owners were told to pay Rs 1,000 as an initial fee, whereas layout developers were told to pay Rs 10,000 along with their applications.
Unfortunately, despite receiving the petitions, the State administration was unable to continue with the regularisation procedure due to a pending High Court lawsuit. The case is currently before the Supreme Court. The administration will present the material on the normalisation initiative to the Supreme Court after it has been compiled. The regularisation exercise is estimated to generate around Rs 2,000 and Rs 3,000 crore in income for the Telangana government, depending on the result of the case.
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