Three more illegal colonies in Gurugram to be regularised
| Monday | 11th February, 2019
However, sources said that concerns about the development charges remain as MCG has faced challenges in collecting development charges during the regularisation of other such colonies as well.The process of regularisation started in 2018 and a total of 47 colonies were to be regularised by MCG.
The main reason behind the resistance among residents in paying the development charges is the steep increase in per square meter rates.
There is resistance towards the payment of the development charges since the charges have been increased to Rs 1,250 per square metre from Rs 150 per square metre.
Of these, 15 were regularised in 2018 while another 32 are pending.
GURUGRAM: After getting an approval from the district town planner, the MCG has decided to regularise three more colonies — Hans Enclave, Rajiv Nagar and Prakash Puri — in the city for which the department has scheduled a survey Once regularised, the officials say, these colonies will start getting basic service such as water supply, sewage connection and roads.“With the approval in place, we will soon conduct the survey of these colonies and send it to the urban local body (ULB) for the final nod before we start the work,” said a senior MCG official.Around 50,000 people are expected to benefit once these colonies have been regularised.
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