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Violators To Bear Cost Of Building Demolition In GurIn a first, the Gurgaon Department of Town and Country Planning has identified over 110 such properties for demolition ─ these properties were demolished before 2008. Together, the owners of these properties owe about Rs 29 lakh to the department. The agency will now send recovery notices to owners of these units to pay the cost incurred in the demolition process.
Know The Five Costliest Localities In GurgaonThe liveliest location in the National Capital Region (NCR), Gurgaon is not just known for its swanky corporate buildings but also the many high-end residential structures that promise a premium lifestyle for homebuyers. MakaaniQ lists the top five costliest localities in Gurgaon ranked according to the current pricing.
Proposal To Register Additional Floor Approved; OverHaryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has cleared the proposal to allow the construction and registration of the fourth floor as an independent structure which will make it a legal unit that can be bought, sold and built.
Gurgaon Police To Use Mobile App For Passport VerifiThe Gurgaon Police have adopted an online system to expedite the police-verification process for issuance of passports. Under the 'M-passport' initiative, over 50 mobile tablets will be provided to various police officials, who can easily upload the documents and share the applicant’s data with the headquarters and the passport office, using a mobile application. Besides, eliminating the paperwork, the new system will complete the verification process within two days or a maximum of five days. The police personnel will also be given the training to accustom themselves to the digital format.
53 Gurgaon Villages Set To Become Urban AreasThe Department of Town and Country Planning is planning to declare 53 villages in Gurgaon as urban areas. With that, Section 7A of the Urban Areas Act, 1975, would apply on development of these 53 villages. When that happens, a seller will have to seek a no-objection certificate from the department to sell his land. The registration department would seek this document at the time of the registration of the property.