Encroachers near Andhra Pradesh CM’s bungalow get house sites – ET RealEstate

GUNTUR: In an attempt to widen the narrow road leading to chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy’s bungalow at Tadepalle, the Guntur district administration granted house sites to 283 families who were identified as encroachers of canal land.

The administration has also sanctioned houses under the YSR Jagananna housing project. The chief minister’s camp office road-widening will be taken up after evacuation of the families.

The CM had directed officials not to remove any of the dwellings located opposite his bungalow in Amarareddy Nagar in Tadepalle after taking over the reins of the state about two years ago. He also met some of the dwellers and promised them support and directed security personnel not to cause any trouble to the residents. However, senior police officials including from the intelligence wing convinced the chief minister of removing encroachments from the camp office road in view of growing security concerns.

With the road leading to the CM’s bungalow being only 30-feet-wide, cabinet ministers and senior officials face trouble in maneuvering their vehicles. Taking security and traffic reasons into consideration, the district administration decided to widen the road and sought the CM’s permission.

According to sources, the CM has given the green signal for evacuation after several rounds of discussions with officials. The CM also directed officials to grant two cents of land to all evacuees against one cent granted under the YSR Jagananna housing project and granted them additional compensation for rehabilitation.

All the dwellers are staying in thatched houses.

“We will give full support to the beneficiaries in completing the construction of their houses as they have been staying in thatched houses for several decades,” said Mangalagiri legislator Alla Ramakrishna Reddy.

He added that they would complete roads, drinking water facility and drainage in the colony before the completion of houses.

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Andhra Pradesh CM tells officials to involve farmers in land survey – ET RealEstate

VIJAYAWADA: Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Thursday told the officials to involve farmers in the comprehensive land survey being conducted in the state.

Holding a review meeting with the officials at his Tadepalli camp office, the chief minister wanted the senior officials to review the progress of the survey on weekly-basis. He wanted the officials to ensure the presence of the farmers or the owners of the lands when the survey is done. He also directed them to take up jungle clearance to help the farmers and finally install the survey stones, fixing boundaries.

The chief minister also cautioned the officials against resorting to any sort of corruption in the entire process of survey and issuance of the YSR Jagananna Saswatha Bhoomi Hakku-Bhoomi Rakshana card to the farmers.

He said there should be no delay in the supply of stones as the land survey will be completed soon and added that no money should be collected from farmers for setting up boundary stones. He said one hoarding should be placed in every village and ward secretariat with details of government schemes and programmes and permanent hoardings be set up in important junctions.

The chief minister directed the officials to open sub-registrar offices at the village and ward secretariats, where the land transactions are to be done henceforth.

The officials informed the chief minister that SOP (Standard Ownership Policy) has been prepared for comprehensive land survey of 17,460 villages and 47,861 habitations in an area of 1.26 lakh km across the state. They said the survey is being conducted in 13 villages, per village in each district, and then in 51 villages, with one village in each division, and 650 villages with one village in each mandal in the first phase.

They said collection of comprehensive information in 51 villages was completed and the survey would be completed by July. The survey using drones is completed in 545 villages out of 650 villages. They further said that they have collected 2,693 images of agricultural lands and habitations and the survey will be completed by January 2022.

The officials told the chief minister that said the second phase of the comprehensive land survey will start in February 2022 and will be completed by October 2022. The third phase will start in November 2022 and will be completed by April 2023, the officials added.

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Amaravati development body & Vijayawada civic body to identify illegal buildings – ET RealEstate

VIJAYAWADA: Amaravati Metropolitan Region Development Authority (AMRDA) and Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (VMC) have begun a special drive to identify illegal constructions.

The deadline for the Building Penalisation Scheme (BPS) ended on 31 December 2020.

Amaravati region, especially Vijayawada, became a hub for real estate after the city became a part of the capital region in 2015. Many builders started group houses that resemble apartments. Most of these constructions had deviations and were constructed by acquiring panchayat plans in 2016. Several middle class families had invested in these flats considering their affordable price.

The then TDP government started BPS scheme in August 2018 and it was extended till December 2020 for various reasons. But many builders and flat owners ignored to complete the penalisation process by submitting necessary documents and penalty charges.

Most of the illegal constructions are half finished group houses and the plan validity of many of these apartments has lapsed. The AMRDA and VMC started issuing notices to illegal constructions asking them to demolish voluntarily. Authorities have given them two months to demolish the structures.
Amaravati development body & Vijayawada civic body to identify illegal buildings“Owners of illegal constructions missed the last chance to pay penalties for their houses. Most of these apartments acquired plans from panchayats before inception of Amaravati Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA). These plans are now inactive and there is no chance of renewal. There is no alternative remedy,” said a senior official at city planning wing of AMRDA.

Meanwhile, plot owners who invested huge money in these buildings are now in limbo with the notices issued by AMRDA. “We have paid Rs 10,000 as token amount for BPS and are waiting for our builder to complete the process. We just came to know after APCRDA stocked notices to the building. Government should give us another chance,” said Rokkam Surya Rao, a buyer from Nidamanuru.

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Vijayawada civic body to develop housing layouts on outskirts – ET RealEstate

VIJAYAWADA: Vijayawada Municipal Corporation is gearing to develop layouts on city outskirts. The civic body’s town planning wing is identifying land to develop layouts for the affordable housing scheme within 5 kilometres of the city.

VMC commissioner Prasanna Venkatesh said that both private and government employees and self-employed with an income of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 18 lakh per annum are eligible for the scheme. “The layouts will have spacious roads, street lights, an underground drainage system and other basic infrastructure facilities. Moreover they are clear titles without any legal disputes,” he said.

Those with an annual income of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 6 lakh are eligible for MIG1150 square yard plots while those with income of Rs 6 lakh to Rs 12 lakh are eligible for MIG2 200 square yard plots. Beneficiaries with annual income between Rs 12 lakhs to Rs 18 lakh are eligible for MIG3 250 square yard plots.

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