Lack of staff may affect plans to regularise villages

  • | Wednesday | 11th July, 2018

"He added that they would charge the premium as per the rules to regularise the constructions. "I have submitted a proposal for appointment of the staff of 47 posts in KUADA. The owners have to submit the maps and other details of the constructions certified by the empanelled architect. This will be scrutinised and then decision will be taken whether to regularise the structure or not.However, apart from the CEO, there is no other technical staff appointed as of now since the KUADA started its functions in February this year. However, as the KMC has already initiated the process of regularisation, the KUADA decision on Tuesday will not be applicable to the illegal constructions from the city.Residents of these fringe villages will have to seek regularisation of the illegal structures, which would otherwise have faced demolition.

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