Mangaluru: Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) held an Adalat under the Chairmanship of the Mayor Premananda Shetty to accelerate the process of granting TDR Development Rights Certificate (DRC) to citizens who handed over their land for the road widening and similar projects. The programme was held at the Corporation Committee Hall on Friday February 18.
A total of 25 people participated in the adalat out of which 18 applications were accepted. The applications of 14 land owners who have already handed over their land but have not received TDRs have been accepted. Out of these, 11 applicants have already given deeds of conveyance, and 4 new applications have been accepted.
It has been decided the land owners who have handed over their properties already but have not submitted deeds of conveyance will be notified via Corporation website, wherein they will have 15 days to file their deeds of conveyance. After this, they will be directed to Mangaluru Development Authority to procure their TDRs.
Mangaluru Development Authority will be handed a proposition by MCC directing to issue TDRs to properties that were handed over prior to the implementation of TDR rules.
MCC Commissioner Akshy Sridhar, MCC Chief Whip Sudhir Shetty and MUDA Commissioner N. Bhaskar and officers and staff of the MCC were present during the event.