KANPUR: The board of Kanpur Development Authority (KDA) at its meeting held here on Friday took a decision not to increase the cost of its flats till March 31, 2021.

The board members also decided to hand over possession to the allottees on the basis of the registered agreement till March 31, 2021. Apart from it, the board also decided to raise a picnic park near Atal Ghat on the bank of Ganga .

The board meeting, held under the chairmanship of divisional commissioner Sudhir M Bobde, was attended by in-charge vice-chairman Brahmadeo Ram Tiwari, municipal commissioner Akshay Tripathi, secretary, SP Singh, ADM Kanpur Dehat Pankaj Verma, Pramod Agrahari and Ram lakhan Rawat as nominated members and special guest Neeraj Srivastava. In all, 12 proposals and four supplementary proposals were presented before the members for discussion.

The meeting began with the KDA flats issue. The officials informed that as scores of KDA flats were lying unsold in various schemes, therefore their cost should be freezed for the current financial year.

The members, after passing the resolution, decided to hand over the possession to the allottees on the basis of registered agreement till the end of the current financial year. The members were of the view that the government would not suffer any revenue loss and since there is a liquidity problem in the market therefore the cost of flats it should not be revised.

Through another proposal land has been allotted to Indian tourism centre for construction of a water park on plot no. 39, 41 and 42 which can be used by people as a picnic point.

The members passed an additional proposal presented by Neeraj Srivastava suggesting construction of a four lane road inside the park. The members also gave their consent to sell two plots each of 3200 square metre at commercial rates.

JK Group has proposed to raise a hospital in Kamla Nagar on approximately 28,380 square metre land which according to the town planner and the additional labour commissioner was being opposed by labourers who claimed that the proposed hospital would not be allowed to be constructed on their colony land. However, after inspection, it was found that the land for the proposed hospital did not belong to the labour colony.

Some members stated that though both Kanpur and Lucknow have almost the same population density but there are three multi speciality hospitals in Lucknow while Kanpur has none. They said KDA has a right to sanction alteration in building plans to which the board members have no objection.

The members decided to constitute a committee which after investigating objections would present the same before KDA vice-chairman along with its recommendations.



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