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Government extended the last date for LRS to August 31

Extension proposal comes from the GHMC


The State Government issued orders on Tuesday extending the deadline for regularizing unauthorized layouts and plots in all municipal areas and urban development authorities in the State till August 31. The earlier deadline for what is known as the Layout Regularization Scheme was June 30.

The GOs for the Building Penalization Scheme and Layout Regularization schemes on payment of stipulated penalty charges were issued on December 31,2007. After three extensions, BPS scheme was finally closed on July 15,2008 while LRS was given time till June 30, 2009. The proposal for extending the deadline came from the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and from the people to synchronize those applications submitted by both BPS and LRS as they had constructed buildings in unauthorized layouts. The response for LRS picked up only after the repeal of Urban Ceiling Act in 2008 as plot owners were earlier reluctant to pay part of penalty without the title deeds in their names.

The number of those applying for LRS also saw an increase after the AP High Court upheld the BPS scheme. Extension would not do any harm as the GO clearly stated that plots registered before December 15, 2007 could be regularized.

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