News City News Hyderabad News Hyderabad metropolitan development authority draft master plan gathers dust. This story is from July 25, Official sources said the authority has not even finalised the applications which have to be considered for rectification in the draft plan. HMDA officials claim that finalisation was being delayed due to a large number of objections from citizens and they were verifying each and every application.
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News City News Hyderabad News Hyderabad metropolitan development authority draft master plan gathers dust. This story is from July 25, Official sources said the authority has not even finalised the applications which have to be considered for rectification in the draft plan. HMDA officials claim that finalisation was being delayed due to a large number of objections from citizens and they were verifying each and every application. The urban authority had released the draft master plan for the extended area of Hyderabad Metropolitan Region on July 22, They had also invited objections and suggestions from people.
The master plan covers about 5, square kilometres area in 35 mandals spread across Rangareddy, Medak, Nalgonda and Mahabubnagar districts. Of 4, objections and suggestions from citizens, the highest number of petitions was from Kandukur mandal in RR district alone.
Similarly, it received petitions from Shameerpet, Rajendranagar , Maheshwaram , Medchal , Shankarpally , Bhongir , Bibinagar , Patancheru , Sangareddy , Ramachandrapuram , Kothur and Farooqnagar in Mahabubnagar. Most suggestions were regarding land use change from agriculture or conservation to residential in mandals like Kandukur, Shankarpally and Bibinagar. Some applicants wanted realignment of roads as they were losing their land.
Officials said villagers of Moinabad, Shamshabad, Chevella, Kothur and Maheshwaram mandals had sought change in land usage from conservation zone to residential as most of the villages fall under the purview of GO Some residents sought multiple land use, where all activities are allowed especially on main roads connecting ORR and radial roads.
Land owners in the jurisdiction of ORR growth corridor sought access to the proposed eight-lane road. In some mandals, land owners alleged that their land was earmarked for parks and open spaces. HMDA master consultant VVLN Sharma said finalisation of objections and suggestions was getting delayed as each and every application was being examined by doing field verification and using satellite maps.
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This story is from January 25, HYDERABAD: Henceforth, residential township projects will be permitted in conservation zone subject to certain conditions, including the proposed area for development will be at least hectares and have feet accessible road. HMDA had invited objections and suggestions on the draft master plan issued in July, and objections were received till March 31, A many as 4, objections and suggestions were received during this period and another 84 petitions were received after the due date till September and most of them were taken into consideration while approving the master plan. HMDA officials said five major issues were considered while preparing the draft like transit-oriented development, multiple nuclei concept creating alterative centres, rural-urban continuum and provisional amenities and environmentally-sustainable development.
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