#WeeklyNewsRoundUp: Haryana RERA Portal To Get Operational In 2-3 Months

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Delhi's land pooling policy has hit another roadblock. Now, the Delhi Jal Board has said that it can't provide water in the areas to be developed under the new policy. The DJB is already struggling to meet the existing demand. It has to supply of 900 million gallons per day.


Unlike their counterparts in state capital Mumbai, owners of small houses in Pune may not get a property tax waiver. A proposal that talked about waiving of taxes for houses below 600 sqft has been rejected by the city administration. The city has around 8.3 lakh properties that have to pay tax.


The environment ministry of has notified the Wetland Rules, 2017. Now, salt pans do not fall under the definition of wetland. This move could open up large tracts of eco-sensitive tracts for development. The Centre owns over 60,000 acres of salt pan land, spread across Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Maharashtra.


The Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority's portal may get operational over the next two-three months. The portal will also have a system to grade developers based on their service, product and timely deliveries. This grading will also have a component of homebuyers' review of the developers.

Source: Media reports

Tags: Mumbai, Video, Land Pooling Policy, propguide, Wetlands

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