With this fresh order, plot owners who have not procured the lease deeds till date would face a jolt as they will have to pay higher rates.
As per the orders, the JDA has set a target to issue lease deeds to all the PRN plot holders till November 2020. Residents, who will fail to procure lease deeds in the given time, will have to pay double development and regularisation rates to regularise their plots.
A deadline of June 31, 2020 has also been set for the colonies in the PRN scheme which have already been regularised but the plot owners have not procured the lease deeds.
For a 100 square yard plot, the JDA will now charge Rs 300 regularisation charge (per square yard), which will include allotment rates. Similarly, for plot size between 101 to 300 square yard, the JDA would charge Rs 480 regularisation charge (per square yard) including allotment rates.
The JDA would charge regularisation rates of Rs 720 (per square yard) for plots bigger than 301 square yard and up to 1,000 square yard.
Owners having a plot more than 1000 square yard will have to give 1.5 times regularisation charges. For regularising the marriage garden in the scheme which are developed on the plot size above 2,000 square yard, the JDA has fixed Rs 1,500 (per square yard) regularisation charge.
The development charge for all of the residential plots will be Rs 660 irrespective of the plot size. An official said, the JDA will also regularise colonies which were developed after 1999 by the farmers. However, the plots of the colony should be sold till 2012. Moreover, plots that are being used for commercial and institutional purpose will be regularised at the new rate fixed by the JDA.
Schemes, which have some portion in PRN, while remaining part out of PRN will also be regularised. All the plots of such colonies will be regularised at the prescribed rate of PRN.