Guidelines for allotment of development plots in CRDA

Sunday, April 24, 2016

The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has announced the final guidelines for allotment of reconstituted development plots to land owners who parted their land for the construction of capital city, Amaravati.

Joint Collector Ch.Sridhar released the draft of the guidelines and will be displayed at the offices of the 29 villages in the three mandals of Thullur, Mangalagiri and Tadepalli in CRDA. The process of allotment of plots in residential and commercial zones would be done by the end of May, he said.

Under Land Pooling Scheme, each land owner who pated with one acre would be given 1,000 square yards of plot in the residential zone, 250 square yards in the commercial zone for dry land, 1,000 square yards in residential zone and 450 square yards in commercial zone for wet land (jareebu land).

As per the guidelines, the minimum size of a residential plot is 100 square meters. The size of the plot is to be increased by 25 sq. metres up to plots measuring 4,000 sq.metres. For plots in excess of 4,000 sq. metres, the size of plot would be increased by 50 sq.metres. The minimum size of plots in the commercial zone is 25 square metres and the size of plot would be increased by 25 sq. metres up to 4,000 sq.metres and by 50 sq.metres for plots in excess of 4,000 sq.metres. TDR bonds would be given to land owners or a right to sell their share in the undivided property in case the size of returnable plot is less than 100 sq. metres (residential) and 25 sq. metres (Commercial).

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