JDA i.e. the Jaipur Development Authority formed three committees to address the land related issues. These committees will be responsible to resolve cases related to land acquisition and its compensation, the issuance of lease deed of auctioned and allotted plots.
Apart from this, these newly formed committees will also send their recommendations to the Jaipur Development Commissioner to resolve pending cases that also includes the list of properties whose lease period is over.
Shanti Dhariwal, the Urban Development and Housing minister recently expressed disappointment regarding the slow-paced work of JDA [Jaipur Development Authority] in resolving the land-related issues. He also said that the city residents are facing huge inconvenience due to delay in sanctioning of building plan approvals.
Out of these three committees, the Additional Commissioner [administration]will head the first, the second committee will be headed by Additional Commissioner [land] and the last committee will be chaired by Additional Commissioner [land and property allotment] respectively. This will also have a senior town planner and accounts officer.
A review meeting was recently called to add reforms to the current policy system. This met was called after developers had a meeting with UDH minister and Commissioner of Jaipur Development Authority. The developers alleged that the officials at JDA use to delay the sanctioning of building plans and maps which led to financial problems for them as well as for the clients.
The developers also requested the Urban Development and Housing minister and Commissioner of Jaipur Development Authority to hold the meeting of building planning committee [BPC] twice a month.
The developers also asked to share the minutes of the meeting within a week so that they can deposit money and initiate construction work at the site.