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BDA recovers four-acre land worth Rs 300 crore at Nagawara

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In 1985, BDA passed a notification to acquire survey number 75 in Nagawara for forming HBR II Stage layout, and the related acquisition was done in 1988.

Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) officials on Tuesday recovered four acres of prime land worth Rs 300 crore in Nagawara, north Bengaluru. 

A building and sheds were erected there illegally, said officials. 

A senior official said the recovery is probably the largest in BDA’s history when it comes to land value.

“Unauthorised persons built a five-storeyed building there. We have not yet demolished the structure but removed the sheds and other encroachments,” he said.

In 1985, BDA passed a notification to acquire survey number 75 in Nagawara for forming HBR II Stage layout, and the related acquisition was done in 1988.

While 1 acre and 26 guntas of land was used for constructing a Ring Road, 4 acres and 17 guntas were kept aside for the layout.

BDA said unauthorised properties worth Rs 5,000 crore have been identified across city and will be recovered soon.

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