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As per Development Control and Promotion Regulations (DCPR) of the Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC), 15% constructions on open or amenity spaces are permissible — 10% is permissible on ground and 5% on first floor.

Municipal commissioner Radhakrishna Game has taken strong note of the alleged illegal constructions carried out in 36 civic-owned properties.

Game, on Monday, directed inspection of these properties to ascertain whether any civic official was responsible for these illegal constructions or the parties to whom these properties were leased to had carried out the illegal constructions without the knowledge of the civic administration.

As per Development Control and Promotion Regulations (DCPR) of the Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC), 15% constructions on open or amenity spaces are permissible — 10% is permissible on ground and 5% on first floor.

Recently, a survey was carried out by the town planning department and Public Works Department (PWD) of the municipal corporation. During the survey, officials of both the department found violation of the norms while carrying out construction on open and amenity spaces.

“Responsibilities about the illegal constructions are to be fixed first. Action will be taken against municipal officials if they are found involved for illegal constructions. Notices will be sent to the parties to whom the properties have been leased out if they are found involved in illegal constructions,” Game said.

Meanwhile, the civic administration has decided to table the proposal of increasing the lease rates for its properties from 2.5% to 8% at the coming general body meeting.

The decision has been taken after the urban development department of the state government has directed all civic bodies to increase the lease rates on civic-owned properties. The state government has also sent a letter to the NMC asking it to levy new lease rates.

There are over 2,500 properties of the NMC, including 1,900 commercial outlets and remaining 900 study halls, community halls, libraries, laughter clubs, gymnasiums that have been leased out to different parties.

Source: TNN

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