Thane, 22nd December 2022: Due to various problems, the process of authorising unauthorised buildings in Ulhasnagar was stalled for the last 17 years.
After announcing this in the last session, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Thursday presented a bill to regulate unauthorised development works in the ongoing winter session in Nagpur. It has been approved and the issue of redevelopment of Ulhasnagar has finally been resolved. Additional carpet area index, special facilities to resolve paperwork issues and reduction of penalty amount have been given this relief.
The problem of dangerous buildings in Ulhasnagar city has become serious in the last few years. Due to difficulties in redevelopment, fines to be paid for the same and many technical issues, residents of dangerous buildings in Ulhasnagar city were living in dilapidated buildings risking their lives. In the past few years, the incidents of building slabs collapsing have increased. Many innocent citizens lost their lives in it. Many representatives met the Chief Minister asking for action in this matter. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on the last day of the monsoon session of the state announced the decision to remove the hurdles in the process of authorising unauthorised buildings of Ulhasnagar. Accordingly, it was announced at that time that unauthorised constructions will be authorised up to 31 December 2021 instead of 1 January 2005.
In the winter session on Thursday, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde presented a bill to legalise unauthorised constructions in Ulhasnagar city. The bill was immediately approved. So now the way for redevelopment of dangerous buildings in Ulhasnagar city has been cleared. Citizens have expressed their satisfaction as this issue, which has been stalled for the past seventeen years, has been resolved.