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R&B dept issues right of way permission

The Roads and Buildings department on Friday issued Right of Way permission for road cutting as part of Ease of Doing Business.

Published: 05th August 2017 02:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th August 2017 11:18 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: The Roads and Buildings department on Friday issued Right of Way permission for road cutting as part of Ease of Doing Business. The permission for road cutting will be issued online, according to GO issued by principal secretary Sunil Sharma.Accordingly, the department will design and develop an online system for granting road cutting permissions.


It will define clear timelines mandated through Public Service Delivery Guarantee Act legislation for approval of complete application for granting Right of Way permission. The system allows the users to download the final signed approval certificate from the online portal.

Road cutting fees
Type of Road    Charges
CC Roads    I1,844/Rmt
BT Roads    I2,275/Rmt
Foothpaths    I799/Rmt
Berm/WBM    I285/Rmt
Beyond Toe of embankment for Rural areas     I156/Rmt
Beyond Toe of embankment for Urban areas    I195/Rmt
The fees are exclusive 
of 18 pc GST and 16.5 pc Centage charges

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