A workshop by arranged by CREDAI, The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India on September 7 at Ocean Pearl, Mangalore.
The district in-charge minister Krishna J Palemar inaugurated the workshop and said that people have already disobeyed law in the past and have undertaken illegal construction due to which city lacks in proper parking areas. Also, this has made the possibility of widening roads impossible.
He added that no new Transferable Development Right (TDR) will be accepted now. The situation is that even if the officials shatter some walls, sufficient parking space would not be available. Thus, separate land should be allotted for parking with addition 30 feet for road widening. The left out land can then be provided to building owners as per the new Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP).
V Ponnuraj, the deputy commissioner gave a presentation on Introduction and analysis of various options of TDR and DR. Dharmaraj, an architect and MCC consultant then came up with the process and Terms and conditions.