Regularisation of PRN colonies in Jaipur to take time – ET RealEstate

File photo

JAIPUR: Plot owners of around 63 colonies falling under the Prithvi Raj Nagar (PRN) scheme will not be able to procure lease deeds anytime soon as the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) will organise regularisation camps after receiving nod in the empowered committee meeting.

In these colonies, the housing societies have illegally developed plots on the facility area (open spaces, parks, stadium). Now, a proposal will be tabled in the empowered committee seeking guidance to regularise these colonies. As per the mandatory rule, a society owner has to develop a society in 60:40 ratio. While, plotting should be done on 60%, remaining 40% should be reserved for roads, parks, open space to develop water tank, etc.

An official said, “The housing society owners have developed plot on the area which was earmarked to develop facilities in Master Plan 2011.Residents of these schemes will remain deprived of facilities even after regularization of the scheme due to unequal development as no land is left to develop the facility. A writ petition, 1554/2000 on this matter was also filed in the high court. The proposal has been tabled in the empowered committee to take the opinion,” he said.

The JDA has also tabled a proposal to seek directions on regularisation of residential plots situated on 80 feet wide roads in PRN scheme. Recently, the civic body has decided to give only commercial lease deeds on plots situated on 80 feet road. However, there are many owners who are utilising the plots for residential purpose and do not want to spend extra to seek commercial lease deeds.

The JDA will also directions to regularise colonies situated on ‘mandir mafi’ land. There are more than 50 colonies in PRN scheme which are developed on this land. “The Supreme Court had issued many orders regarding regularisation of colonies on ‘mandir mafi’ land. A proposal has been forwarded to seek legal opinion after examining all the orders, lease deeds will be given to the plot owners,” said an official.

Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *