According to estimates, out of 1,036 approved schemes developed on private land, the JDA plans to issue 50,396 lease deeds to plot owners. The civic body eyes to earn a target of Rs 54 crore after regularising these plots.
Similarly, the authority plans to earn Rs 46 crore revenue after issuing 15,819 lease deeds to owners whose houses are situated in 142 unapproved colonies.
To benefit the residents, the state government has announced to organise these camps in October. To take the stock of the preparations, a meeting was called Jaipur Development commissioner Gaurav Goyal on Tuesday.
After examining the list of 990 housing schemes approved by the housing co-operative societies in JDA region, it was learnt the lease deeds were not issued to 26,275 plot owners. The lease deeds to plot owners in the approved societies will be distributed from October 2 onwards.
The JDA will also seek data of 1,361 housing schemes developed by the cooperative societies before regularization. An official said, “There are approximately 1,00,832 plots falling under these colonies. Lease deeds to these plot owners will be issued after examining the data.”
After organising special camps, the civic body will also distribute lease deeds to plot owners falling under the Prithvi Raj Nagar scheme. The JDA has targeted to issue 15,388 lease deeds to owners whose houses are situated in 446 approved colonies.
As for the first time the camps will be organised online, a new concept of nagar mitra has also been mooted. Technical consultants for aiding public will be hired under the system.
“On many occasions, problem occurs during the camps when applicants are not aware of the procedure and documents required during applying. Due to these shortcomings, civic bodies give notice to the applicants to rectify or complete these documents. This takes unnecessary time and the number of pending cases also increases. With the help of consultants, the process will be expedited,” said an official.