Pune, 28th November 2021: The complicated rules have been made simpler so that the Unified Development Control and Promotion Regulations become developmental as well as people-oriented and people at large gets the benefit of it, expressed by Eknath Shinde, Cabinet Minister for Urban Development and Public Works- GoM.
He was speaking at the General Body meeting of CREDAI Maharashtra. A booklet named ‘Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Unified Development Control and Promotion Regulations (UDCPR) FAQs’ was unveiled at his hands. The booklet is also available in graphical illustrations format.
Present on the occasion were CREDAI National Chairman Satish Magar, CREDAI Maharashtra President Sunil Furde, IPP Rajiv Parikh, Secretary Sunil Kotwal, CREDAI Pune Metro President Anil Farande, Former President Suhas Merchant, Vice President Ranjit Naikanvare, CREDAI Maharashtra Vice President I. P Inamdar. Sudhakar Nangure, Director Town Planning, Director town planning Avinash Patil, and Joint Secretary and Director Town Planning N. R. Shende etc also were prominently present.
Speaking further Shinde said, “The demand for the implementation of new UDCPR for PMRDA will definitely be considered. The developmental projects like Pune Metro, Ring Road, Samrudhi Highway are very beneficial for the progress. The country progresses faster when it’s transport and communication systems are well developed. Maharashtra is the first state to formulate such an integrated development plan for the entire state, which is why it is a matter of great pride for us that other states are also seeking the help of their state authorities to follow suit, he added.
“Soon we will begin the process of approval of construction projects permission online mode. It will greatly reduce the stress on the developers, expressed Shende. He also addressed the issues of developers on FSI, build up area, green building and many such concerning issues.
Magar expressed that while creating any manual for rules & regulations, care should be taken on its quick implemented so that it will be easier for the builder to pass on its benefits to the people.
Furde said that, “at present there are difficulties in getting building permits online. On the occasion he enumerated their demands of realtors which they have from the Urban Development Department. The UDCPR will change the face of the construction business, he opined.
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