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Would Gurgaon Make It To The Smart City List With ImEarly this year, the Centre launched the Liveability Index, which is meant to rank 116 cities on the basis of the living standards they provide to their citizens. How these cities perform on this index would be known only in June. Among the cities that have made it to the list is Gurgaon, where authorities are busy making plans to ensure the city gets a good ranking.
How To File ‘Change In Land Use Application’ OnlineNow land owners can apply for change in land use online on GMDA website. Applicants can upload all the documents online and pay the required fee to submit the form. Once submitted, applicants can track the status of their application. However, applicants need to ensure before applying for the permission if the land lies under the jurisdiction of GMDA or municipal corporation of Gurgaon.
Gurgaon Civic Authority Cracks Down On Squatters, IlAfter Delhi, the illegal constructions in Gurgaon has come under the scanner of civic authorities as major drives are being conducted across the town to remove squatters and encroachments from the streets and the residential colonies. In a recent move, three enforcement teams from the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) removed illegal occupants from 11 areas in the city which includes Sadar Bazaar, Jacobpura, Rajiv Chowk, Sohna Road, Subhash Chowk, Tikri village, sectors 40, 44, 45, Silokhra and Sikanderpur. These encroachments were also causing congestion on arterial roads.
All You Need To Know About Ghaziabad MetroThe Delhi Metro is constructing a Metro line in Ghaziabad that would connect New Bus Stand with Kashmere Gate ISBT, Rohini via Dilshad Garden. The metro line is expected to get operational by September 2018. The new Metro line will pass through the Sahibabad Industrial Area and will significantly impact the residential areas lying in proximity where the infrastructure is poor.
No Further Expansion, Will Improve Present Form Of GAfter a meeting which was attended by real estate developers active in the City of Malls on April 12 in Chandigarh, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said his government had divided the city into four zones to carry out the development work to achieve that specific target. The move, the CM claims, has benefited the city -- various projects are under the final stages of completion.