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Mcc To Fast-track Release Of Devpt Rights Certificates, Real Estate News, Realty Beat

Mcc To Fast-track Release Of Devpt Rights Certificates, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
MANGALURU: The Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) will accelerate the process of granting development rights certificates (DRC) to residents who have submitted their land for road widening within MCC limits.

A decision to fast-track DRC issuing was taken at a meeting called by mayor Premanand Shetty on Friday.

The DRCs will be issued to those who had surrendered their land for road widening five years prior to the enactment of the Karnataka Town and Country Planning (Amendment) Act, 2021, that came into effect on October 7, 2021.

MCC commissioner Akshy Sridhar said all property owners who have submitted land for road development but have not received DRCs may submit necessary documentary proof to the Transferable Development Rights (TDR) Cell at MCC.

“The details of the submitted land gathered under the fast-track system will be posted on the MCC website in the coming days. The details of those properties submitted five years prior to the initiation of the Amendment Act will be posted on the MCC website and the TDR Cell notice board. In case of disapproval regarding the details posted, a written objection must be submitted to the MCC commissioner within 15 days. Objection letters sent after this period will not be accepted,” the commissioner said.

The MCC will also conduct a hearing for the fast-track issuance of DRCs, the commissioner said, and requested property owners to cooperate at the time of property survey. “Those who have any queries may approach the TDR Cell at the Town Planning Division of the MCC,” he said, adding that the city corporation also has plans to hold adalats to help property owners who have handed over land for road widening.


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