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Some of you might have read an article about Panchayat approval in Chennai and Tamil Nadu. Till date, most unapproved plots have generally been called Panchayat approved plots in and around Chennai by many developers. 

To read more about the status of such plots, read Panchayat approval is illegal unapproved layout. 

The number of such plots has been increasing across Tamil Nadu especially in Chennai where the approval processes carried out by agencies like Directorate of Town and Country planning (DTCP) and Chennai Metropolitan development authority (CMDA) take excruciatingly long time.

However, a new move is being taken to regularize the approval for such unapproved plots. This scheme will remain valid for two years from the date on which the government order is passed.

The proposal for regularizing unapproved layouts has been submitted to the government. As per this scheme, any unapproved plot seeking approval should have been already formed with at least one plot sold before the date of issuing the government order.

The plots that can seek approval under this scheme include plots that are owned by buyers or individual owners as well as plots owned by developers. However, a huge rush is expected for this process as the regularization fee is expected to be raised by 18 percent. This scheme will also take into account the road width, development charges to be levied and open space reservation. It is said that a minimum of 16 feet road is required for the regularization and in absence of such a road, the issue would be handled by the district collector on a case by case basis. This scheme is also limited to non-industrial zones. In the case of industrial zones, the district collector would make the decision on a case by case basis.

The fees for the regularization process depends on the locality. In corporation area, the charges are expected to be Rs. 10 per square feet and in municipal area, the fee is expected to be Rs. 7 per square feet. In town Panchayat, the fee has been scaled down to Rs. 5 per square feet and in village panchayat, it is expected to be around Rs. 3 per square feet.

Those areas that cannot get any approval under this scheme include archeological sites, heritage and monument zones, civil defence and aviation zones, and hill and coastal areas.

 

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0 #92 Krishna 2017-07-11 10:14
That would be given to you by your builder.

Quoting Guru:
what are documents to be attached along with recent regularisation scheme announced by tamil nadu government.COC asked me to provide Blue print of plot. How to get avail that document.
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0 #91 Guru 2017-07-06 10:58
what are documents to be attached along with recent regularisation scheme announced by tamil nadu government.COC asked me to provide Blue print of plot. How to get avail that document.
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0 #90 Ryan 2017-05-17 22:19
Hi ,

I have a home at avadi and the land is a approved one from CMDA and i have building plan for 1st floor. Now i need to built 1st floor for it. Do i need to get a plan for that ? How much average cost it will take for plan and approval. Thanks in advance.
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0 #89 Raj410 2017-04-30 22:45
Hi ,

I've land around 1700 sgfeet which comes under ST Mount Panchyat Union but it is unapproved land .Now i need to construct Home and i need to go for home Loan.Can I get the building plan approval without CMDA approval OR I need to go for CMDA approval and then Building Plan approval?
If i need to get CMDA approval ..how much the cost will be ?GL value is 800 per sq feet.
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0 #88 Krishna 2017-04-10 00:48
Hi Shakeera,

You would need to get CMDA approval to be able to register the sale.

Thanks,
Krish

Quoting SHAKEERA:
We have land in puthagaram village it is 2729 soft....It is approved by puzhal panchayat in 1991...Now I want to sell ths land...should I need to take CMDA approval,if yes how much it will cost to take approval..Pz suggest
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0 #87 SHAKEERA 2017-04-07 16:28
We have land in puthagaram village it is 2729 soft....It is approved by puzhal panchayat in 1991...Now I want to sell ths land...should I need to take CMDA approval,if yes how much it will cost to take approval..Pz suggest
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+2 #86 Raj 2017-03-19 21:00
I plan to apply for approval for 12 cents land in Chennai outskirts. I would like to know about OSR charges. Property details:
1)1999-I bought the land thru 2 separate sale deeds, 6 cents each (survey no: 121/5A)
2)1985-12 cents land was registered by the previous owner "A" (survey no: 121/5A)
3)1971-Parent document shows, the previous owner "B" bought 4 pieces of land from 4 different survey nos (119/1-26 cents, 121/1-8 cents, 121/3-46 cents & 118/2-19 cents) and registered under one sale deed.
Local agent says I need to pay OSR charges because the area of all pieces of land in one sale deed will be added together and considered as one land for OSR calculation.
I heard if the land is registered before 1975 and area of the land is less than 75 cents then there is no OSR charge, but I am not sure if this rule is applicable for land within one main survey number or all sub-division of one main survey number in one sale deed.
Pls tell me if I have to pay OSR
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0 #85 Krishna 2017-03-12 11:14
Hi Sandeep,

If the property is under legal problem, I would suggest against even trying to register it. If any of the problems is true, you might have to fight a long battle. Is the property worth it?

Thanks,
Krish
Quoting sandeep Sahoo:
Hi
I am in process of buying a duplex house in Chettipunyam near Mahindra world city.due to pil verdict is pending in high court developer unable to register the house in my name. He assured me that the land is punjai. Survey no 416B/3C2.is this land is safe to be purchased
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0 #84 sandeep Sahoo 2017-03-04 22:22
Hi
I am in process of buying a duplex house in Chettipunyam near Mahindra world city.due to pil verdict is pending in high court developer unable to register the house in my name. He assured me that the land is punjai. Survey no 416B/3C2.is this land is safe to be purchased
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0 #83 Krishna 2016-06-11 11:56
Hi Jawahar,

There is a risk that the property could be destroyed.

Thanks and regards,
Krish
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