AKRAMA – SAKRAMA – RULES ARE OUT ? UPDATE – ONE YEAR LIFETIME TO SUBMIT THE APPLICATIONS


AKRAMA – SAKRAMA RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES ARE OUT – SUBMIT OBJECTIONS, SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS NOW? DEVIATIONS, VIOLATIONS, REVENUE SITES, REVENUE LAYOUTS, DC CONVERTED SITES, BUILDINGS WITHOUT APPROVED PLANS AND ILLEGAL AND UNAUTHORISED LAYOUTS COULD BE REGULARISED.

 

LAW ABIDING CITIZENS, RESIDENTS WELFARE ASSOCIATIONS AND ORGANISATION CAN SUBMIT THEIR OBJECTIONS, SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATION S TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS: 

TO:

THE PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT, VIKASA SOUDHA, BANGALORE-560 001.

The Karnataka Town and Country Planning (Regulation of unauthorised development or construction) Act, duration of the scheme has been extended from three months to one year.

The government has fixed October 19, 2013, as the cutoff date for unauthorised properties eligible for regularisation.

Under the scheme,

a). violations pertaining to setback,

b). Floor Area Ratio (FAR),

c). non-conversion of agricultural land and

d). formation of unauthorised layouts and sites under urban local bodies, including Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), are liable for waiver. 

But implementation of the scheme is subject to the Karnataka High Court permission. The court has directed the government to maintain status quo with regard to implementation of the scheme. Till date the Government has not filed any affidavit in the court regarding the amendment. Even this may be challenged.

Under the new rules, processing applications and passing regularisation orders will be issued by the competent authorities (commissioners of ULBs) have been empowered.

The new rules define unauthorised properties, bringing in greater clarity.

Fee structure

Under the new rules, up to 25 pc violation in residential buildings will attract a fee of 6 pc of the total guidance value of the property (either land or built-up area) and 8 per cent between 25 and 50 per cent. For non-residential buildings, regularisation charges will be 20 per cent of the guidance value for less than 12.5 per cent violation; 35 per cent for up to 25 per cent.

Scrutiny fee at the rate of Re 1 for every square meter of the total plot area in case of plots in unauthorised layouts and Rs 2 per sq m of total floor area of building will be collected.

 

16 thoughts on “AKRAMA – SAKRAMA – RULES ARE OUT ? UPDATE – ONE YEAR LIFETIME TO SUBMIT THE APPLICATIONS

  1. Dear Sir,
    To make my understanding correctly, is it applicable for vacant site in un authorised layout also?
    and
    what is the implication of court permission, will it have the same fate as old akrama-sakrama bill passed by BJP gov?

  2. dear sir,
    this is ref to you update dated 9/1/14 regarding akrama -sakrama,wherein it is indicated that revenue sites could be regularised,please let me know that my plot which is under bbmp limit and uptodate tax paid with betterment charges also paid, am i eligeable for A-KHATA.

    1. By paying the tax, your titles will not be perfect. It will not confer any right, title and interest. If your property is eligible, then,you may get the regularisation certificate.

  3. Hi ecopackindia,

    What is this guidance value? I have 1200sft plot on which I have built a G+1 building leaving 2ft setbacks around. For this how much will be the penalty for me?

  4. Dear Sir, If I have GF+FF building and if I have not taken the plan approval for FF, can it be regularized if yes what is the penalty amount that I need to pay and any rules/process has been formed to regularize it?

      1. If the plan itself is not approved for 1st floor then how do they measure the violation to gauge if it is 25% or 50%?
        I believe for ground floor they will measure by looking at setback and FAR ratio?
        Kindly Clarify

      1. The owner of entire layout is developer, and he is not yet sold few sites there. Since there is NO individual plot registered in his name, can this be regularized?

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