Source : tribuneindia
Ludhiana – With the extension of policy for regularisation of illegal colonies as well as plots and properties in such colonies, having been further extended by the Punjab Government till October 31, there has been a sudden spurt in the number of applications received in the office of the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA) here.
The GLADA Estate Officer, Sonam Chaudhary, said even though there is sufficient time for submission of applications for owners of plots and properties located in unlicensed colonies, a large number of applications received for grant of NOC (no objection certificate) have been received with certain deficiencies in them with the result that pendency had gone quite high.
“In a bid to clear the pending applications expeditiously and in accordance with the directions of the Punjab Government, it has been decided to hold a single-window camp every Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm. All officials of the branches concerned will remain present at the camp and the pending applications where field reports have already been conducted, would be cleared on the spot and NOC given to the applicant,” said the Estate Officer.
She said all assistance would be extended to the applicants to enable them to clear the deficiency or objection raised on the file so that the decision could be made on the spot and NOC issued.
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