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Telangana LRS Scheme 2023: Registration, LRS Status
The Telangana government has launched an online application process for the TS Layout Regularization Scheme 2023 at lrs.telangana.gov.in. The government has also announced new regularisation fees based on the plot’s current market value as of August 26, 2020. The concerned authorities of the Government of Telangana recently provided this update. The state’s regularisation rules have undergone significant adjustments as a result of this update. Read below to check the detailed information related to the Telangana LRS Scheme 2023 like Objectives, Charges for Regularization, Rules, and Instructions, Application Procedure, LRS Status, and much more.
Telangana LRS Scheme 2023
Telangana’s state government is working to promote the planned development of urban regions of the state. As a result, the state government, led by KCR, is supporting growth through authorized plans and the creation of integrated townships through public and private partnerships. These new regulations apply throughout the state, encompassing both urban and rural areas. All current unauthorized land subdivisions, existing unapproved layouts, and undertakings will be subject to the rules. Under Government Order No. 135, dated September 16, the Telangana government’s Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar has been observed issuing orders to alter specific articles in the rules. Due to the latest modification in the scheme, the government will now provide seven slabs rather than the four announced earlier in GO No. 131, dated August 31, 2015, as in the old LRS scheme.
When the chief secretary issued the new updates on the regularisation charges, he also stated that the update was made in consideration of the number of requests that they were receiving each day from concerned residents of the state. Because the regularisation fees were so high, all of the state’s citizens were discouraged. The Telangana government has announced the Rules for Regularization of Unapproved and Illegal Layouts as part of its LRS Scheme, which aims to bring all underdeveloped parcels of land into the fold of development to provide basic services and improve the general quality of life for its residents. The “Telangana Regularization of Unapproved and Illegal Layout Rules, 2020” will be enforced by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), other urban development bodies, municipal corporations, municipalities, and panchayats across the state.
Values of less than Rs 3,000 per square yard shall be 20% for sub-registrars.
30 % between Rs 3,001 and Rs 5,000
40 percent between Rs 5,001 and Rs 10,000
50 percent of Rs 10,001 and Rs 20,000
60 percent between Rs 20,001 and Rs 30,000
80 percent between Rs 30,001 and Rs 50,000
Sub-registrar value will be 100 percent above Rs 50,000 per square yard.
If 10% open space is not available in an unapproved plan, pro-rata open space costs 14 percent of the plot value prevailing on the date of registration of the plot, rather than the prevailing rate on August 26, 2020, will be charged.
The NALA cost is included in the LRS regularisation expenses (for the conversion of agricultural to non-agricultural land use)
LRS applicants are not required to pay a separate NALA fee.