New Delhi, Aug 31: The NCR Planning Board has really useful repealing the Delhi Land Reforms Act and bringing all Lal Dora villages and prolonged Lal Dora land within the nationwide capital beneath deliberate improvement of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA). The draft Regional Plan-2041 ready by National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) additionally recommends making ready and operationalising Land Record Management System (E-LRMS) for all elements of Delhi, together with current Lal Dora and prolonged Lal Dora areas, all metro centres and all regional centres until 2024.
Lal Dora areas discuss with such land in villages in Delhi that can be utilized for non-agricultural functions and the place constructing bylaws of civic authorities don’t apply. “In reality, it’s essential to repeal the Delhi Land Reforms Act and to deliver all of the villages of Lal Dora and prolonged Lal Dora land beneath the deliberate improvement of DDA initially and thereafter, as per present observe, respective city native our bodies,” the draft regional plan mentioned.
The draft regional plan stated that Lal Dora and extended Lal Dora areas, declared as urban, have continued to witness haphazard and chaotic development. It is now proposed that the relevant revenue laws which were framed more than 50 years ago should be reviewed according to the current times and future requirements of Delhi and NCR. The issue of Lal Dora land has been an issue of contention owing to rapid growth of population in the national capital with an increased demand for land owing to urbanisation.
The villages having area with special character like heritage structures should be developed in line with heritage areas, and settlements in reserve forest or in ridge area should be developed with appropriate tourism and conservation activities, it recommended. The draft plan noted non-availability of land ownership details of properties in urban areas as a persistent problem and proposed that urban land ownership records be created for each individual plot and for each group housing, commercial complex among others.
All urban areas of NCR should have land record management system on digitised mode with gis based cadastral maps in phases, it added.
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