HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) is on its way to implement Development Permissions Management System (DPMS) for releasing approved proposals in a span of 15 days.
The process will begin as when and when an architect or applicant submits his request in online application form, uploads pre-DCR drawings and other required documents including no-objection certificates (NOCs) of other departments. The proposed system provides an electronic single-point entry for all submissions.
According to HMDA officials, the submitted online application forms get into pre-defined work flow by means of auto-assignment to in-charge officers. The officers pre-scrutinise received e-application form and documents for analysing shortfalls or rejection scenarios.
The scrutinised application forms are run against Auto-DCR with respect to applicable GO rules and bye-laws. The successful cases are progressed for ‘Approval Release’ on timely payments.HMDA is aiming end-to-end solution implementation by building a database of registered architects as well as structural engineers.
Architects and structural engineers bearing ‘Registration Numbers’ of ‘Council of Architects’, CCP, Town Planning of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) respectively have been requested to register on HMDA website by making a payment of `1,000 as registration fee.