#RealtyNewsRoundup: Building Plans Will Be Approved Online In Bengaluru
People of Bengaluru would soon be able to get their building plans approved online and will also be spared the hassle of running from pillar to post to seek clarifications. Now, the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike has authorised executive engineers at the division level to approve building plans. Also, a digital survey of malls, technology parks and other commercial establishments will be undertaken to ensure accurate evaluation of property tax.
As his government gears up to implement the new Goods and Services Tax regime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked his Cabinet ministers and other members of Parliament to engage with public to explain the various benefits of the new legislation.
The Tamil Nadu government has decided to extend the validity period of building plans to five years. The move has been welcomed by real estate developers as this will relieve them from the hassle of renewing the approvals every three years in the event of failing to start the construction of proposed projects.
The Central Public Works Department, the prime construction agency of the Central government, is all set to demolish in a phased manner about 428 flats meant for members of Parliament. Built about 60 years ago in north and south avenues of the national capital, these structures at Lutyen's Zone to will give way to swanky low-rise buildings.