Integrated Urban Land Registry with info on 72 Urban Local Bodies to go online soon

The Integrated Urban Land Registry for 72 Urban Local Bodies will soon be uploaded on Commissioner and Director of Municipal Administration website.

Published: 23rd August 2017 08:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd August 2017 08:12 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: The Integrated Urban Land Registry (IULR) for 72 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) will soon be uploaded on Commissioner and Director of Municipal Administration website (CDMA). IULR will contain the complete information regarding a property with reference to its geospatial information, structure, tax, registration details and would benefit entrepreneurs, buyers and others interested in purchasing properties.

“Of the 12.5 lakh properties in the 72 ULBs, barring GHMC, land records for 11 lakh are ready with land details and people can check them online,” director of Telangana Municipal Administration, TK Sreedevi said. Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, she said that data pertaining to 11 lakh properties have been updated and photos have been uploaded in coordination with National Remote Sensing Centre.
Sreedevi said applicants who want new trade license or renew old ones will just have to submit only two documents now — photo-identity proof such as Aadhaar card in case of an individual and income tax Permanent Account Number or Incorporation Certificate in case of business. Other document is lease deed or legal occupancy.

Speaking about the pending mutations, she said the same is being cleared on priority basis. Of the 5,000 pending mutations, 3,000 have been cleared.The CDMA has also developed a common application by simplifying the procedures of issuing online building permissions through DPMS in ULBs. 


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