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MCC Will Conduct TDR Adalats From Feb 18.

  Mangaluru City Corporation {MCC} will conduct transferable development rights {TDR} adalats to begin the process of granting development rights certificates (DRC) to citizens, who have given their land for road-widening projects undertaken in the corporation limits, from February 18.

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  Property owners who had parted their property rights to MCC for road-widening five years before initiation of the amendment to Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act on October 7, 2021, can submit the records to the MCC TDR Cell to get DRCs, said mayor Premananda Shetty.

 TDR is the grant of additional built-up area to a landowner in return for the portion of a plot taken for a public project. Those who have surrendered land for development may bring their grievances about the TDR to the notice of the MCC during the adalat, he said.

  Property owners, who are yet to receive DRCs, have some procedures to follow as they have to submit necessary documents to the TDR Cell of MCC to avail the certificates. They should submit documents pertaining to RTC, a copy of khata/mutation, survey map, and Form 15 for encumbrance to the Cell. Later, the MCC will collect all the details of the TDR and publish it on the website inviting objections for 15 days. If no objections are received, then the applications will be recommended to Mangaluru Urban Development Authority for initiating the certification process, who in turn will issue the certificate, the mayor said.

  The amendment has simplified the process with only MCC inviting objections from the public. If no objections are received, then it will be recommended to the MUDA to initiate the process of issuing DRC, Shetty said.  

  The MCC in the past had issued 485 DRCs for 81,005 square meter land acquired. Of which, 47,991 square meters of land have already been utilized for the development works, said MCC commissioner Akshay Sridhar.

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