Building plan approval process will speed up in Telangana, government took this big step – न्यूज़लीड India

Building plan approval process will speed up in Telangana, government took this big step

Building plan approval process will speed up in Telangana, government took this big step


The building plan approval process will be expedited in Telangana. Because the state government has taken a big step.

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oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

Published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 16:12 [IST]

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In a move that will speed up the building plan approval process in a big way, efforts have begun to integrate data from sub-registrar offices, transferable development rights and Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) with the Telangana state building permission approval and self- went.

It is aimed at expediting the application process besides aiding in transparent, faster verification. To begin with, the authorities are integrating SRO data into the TS-Bypass system, which will be followed by TDR and RERA data.

Explaining the importance of the initiative, TS-bPASS Chief Executive Officer Vinay Kumar said the idea was to make things easier for the applicants. Once the SRO data is integrated, the system gets access to details like title ownership, plot area, structure etc. When an application is filed for approval, all these details will be thoroughly checked and there will be no scope for any misinformation and this will bring down the time taken for verification, he said.

Normally, when an application is filed, a three-step verification is done including site, title and technical. As part of the site verification, the officials check the distance of the plot from roads or water bodies etc., and once the ownership details are verified, the approved or rejected plot details are also checked.

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TS-bPASS Building plan approval process to be expedited in Telangana

Story first published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 16:12 [IST]

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