AKRAMA-SAKRAMA UPDATE


AKRMA-SAKRAMA UPDATE 27-02-2015

The State government is planning to issue a fresh notification for implementing the AKRAMA-SAKRAMA and the life term might be one year from mid-March for VIOLATORS to submit applications.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SCHEME

 1). Municipal bodies will be (might be) receiving applications from March 20. 

2). The existing October 19, 2013, cut-off date for regularisation remain unchanged.

3).  Under the scheme, violations pertaining to setback, floor area ratio, non-conversion of agricultural land and formation of unauthorised layouts and sites under ULBs will be regularised. 

4). Violations and Deviations up to 50 per cent in the residential properties and 25 per cent in commercial properties will be regularized.

5). Setback violations will be calculated on all four sides of a building separately.  If violation is more than 50 per cent of the stipulated setback on any one side, then the building will become ineligible for regularisation.
6). It is proposed that up to 25 per cent violation in residential buildings will attract a fee of six per cent (6%)of the total guidance value of the property (either land or built-up area) and eight per cent (8%) between 25 and 50 per cent. 

7). Commercial properties will attaract regularisation charges of Twenty per cent (20%) of the guidance value for less than 12.5 per cent violation and Thirty Five per cent (35%)of the guidance value for up to 25 per cent violation. 

8). Scrutiny fee at the rate of Re one for every square metre of the total plot area in case of plots in unauthorised layouts and Rs 2 per sq m of total floor area of the building will be charges.

AKRAMA – SAKRAMA UPDATE – ALL THE WRIT PETITIONS DISMISSED – BUT CAN QUESTION THE LEGALITY OF THE NEW SCHEME


The High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday dismissed a batch of petitions, which had questioned the rules framed in 2007 for regularising unauthorised constructions and developments under the scheme popularly called Akrama-Sakrama.

A Division Bench comprising Chief Justice D.H. Waghela and Justice Ashok B. Hinchigeri passed the order as these petitions had become infructuous as the State government in 2014 framed new rules by repealing the 2007 rules.

The Bench reserved the liberty of the petitioners to question the legality of the newly framed Akrama-Sakrama scheme, the Karnataka Town and Country Planning (Regularisation of unauthorised development or constructions) Rules 2013.

THIS IS A NEVER ENDING STORY

AKRAMA-SAKRAMA – GAZETTE NOTIFICATION BY THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT SECRETARIAT ON 28-05-2014- akrama_sakrama_2014-gazette


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THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA HAS ISSUED A GAZETTEE NOTIFICATION OF THE AMENDMENT TO THE KARNATAKA TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING(REGULARISATION OF UNAUTHORISED DEVELOPMENT OR CONSTRUCTION)RULE, 2013.

THE GAZETTE NOTIFICATION DATED 28-05-2014

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A New Pain for Akrama


AKRAMA – SAKRAMA

Old and Forgotten issue:

OWNERS PRIDE AND NEIGHBORS PAIN AND HORROR- The mute neighbor is the worst affected – Redressal of neighbor`s issue due to violation is A MUST.

The Government has not considered the neighbors horror and pain, while regularizing the illegal and unauthorized construction, which affects the neighbors most and in the process of regularization under this scheme, neighbors consent must be obtained, otherwise these illegal tenements must not be regularized.

The neighbors can approach the court and initiate the appropriate proceedings against such illegal buildings.

THE CONTINUING `STAY ORDER` ON THE NOTORIOUS SCHEME OF AKRAMA-SAKRAMA HAS NOT BEEN REVOKED NOR VACATED IN THE HIGH COURT TILL YESTERDAY!!!

THERE ARE MORE STRONG REASONS AND OBJECTIONS ROSE AGAINST THIS NOTORIOUS SCHEME BY LAW ABIDING CITIZENS ABOUT THE FUTURE EFFECTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF THIS SCHEME, WHICH MUST BE DEALT WITH, BEFORE BEING IMPLEMENTED OR ENFORCED.

 

 

REGULARISATION OF DEVIATION AND VIOLATION – AKRAMA – SAKRAMA


THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES TO BE REGULARISED:

1). BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED WITHOUT APPROVED/SANCTIONED BUILDING PLANS.

2). BUILDINGS/COMMERCIAL COMPLEXES WHICH HAS NOT BEEN CONSTRUCTED AS PER THE SANCTIONED/APPROVED PLAN.

3). BUILDINGS/COMMERCIAL COMPLEXES CONSTRUCTED WITHIN BDA JURISDICTION – GROUND – FIRST FLOOR – SECOND FLOOR AND ADDITIONAL FLOORS. (GRAM PANCHAYAT APPROVAL BEYOND GROUND AND FIRST FLOOR)

4). REVENUE SITES WITHOUT DC CONVERSION.

5). DC CONVERTED SITES AND LAYOUTS CONVERTED FOR RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL USE UNDER DC CONVERSION ORDERS BUT WITHOUT LAYOUT APPROVAL FROM BDA (WITHIN ITS JURISDICTION) BMRDA (WITHIN ITS JURISDICTION) AND ALL OTHER PLANNING AUTHORITIES JURISDICTION ACROSS THE STATE.

6). SET BACK DEVIATION OR VIOLATION.

7). FLOOR AREA RATIO DEVIATION.