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Jammu. For building permission in Jammu and Kashmir, applicants will no longer have to visit the municipal corporation and other related departments again and again. The Lieutenant Governor launched the online building permission system on Tuesday. Under this new service, building permission will be given within 21 days of application.
The application status can be tracked online. NOC can also be taken online. Fee payment can also be done online. LG Manoj Sinha on Tuesday in the review meeting of the Housing and Urban Development Department at the Civil Secretariat, laid the e-inauguration and e-foundation of many projects. The LG said that to change the landscape of cities, water drainage and sewerage systems should be included in the master plan of urban areas. Make the best of professional experts a part of the urban development planning process. To further improve the work of the department, the graduates of IIT Jammu, IIM Jammu, NIT Srinagar and other national institutions should be identified and engaged. The LG said to ensure strict implementation of plastic waste management for clean urban areas with no blockage in natural drainage. The tender process should be completed within the stipulated time frame. A robust mechanism will be put in place for capacity building and manpower audits. Conduct audits for proper use and maintenance of community toilets.

Emphasis on giving more financial powers to JMC and ULB
The Lt Governor has asked the departmental officers to pay special attention to devolve more financial powers to the Jammu Municipal Corporation and other urban local bodies. He said that the Jammu Municipal Corporation has set a good example by taking cooperation from private agencies for the maintenance of the parks. It should be put into practice in other cities also.

Two apps launched, e-inauguration of many projects
Lt Governor launched JKLED Street Light Complaint App and Enforcement App. Updates will be posted on the enforcement app regarding the status of illegally constructed structures. E-foundation for modernization of Narwal Fruit and Vegetable Market at Rs 9.86 crore and road improvement project from Dogra Chowk to KC Chowk Jammu at a cost of Rs 9.23 crore was laid. Several projects of housing and urban development were e-inaugurated. This includes drainage and dewatering stations at Lal Chowk in Srinagar worth Rs 9.96 crore, Malbagh, a drainage network in Srinagar worth Rs 6.15 crore, dewatering station at Nund Reshi Colony Bemina Srinagar worth Rs 3.23 crore, Khomeini Chowk at Bemina at a cost of Rs 11.57 crore. Drainage plan etc.

Jammu. For building permission in Jammu and Kashmir, applicants will no longer have to visit the municipal corporation and other related departments again and again. The Lieutenant Governor launched the online building permission system on Tuesday. Under this new service, building permission will be given within 21 days of application.

The application status can be tracked online. NOC can also be taken online. Fee payment can also be done online. LG Manoj Sinha, on Tuesday, in the review meeting of the Housing and Urban Development Department at the Civil Secretariat, laid the e-inauguration and e-foundation of many projects. The LG said that to change the landscape of cities, water drainage and sewerage systems should be included in the master plan of urban areas. The best professional experts should be made part of the urban development planning process. To further improve the work of the department, the graduates of IIT Jammu, IIM Jammu, NIT Srinagar and other national institutions should be identified and engaged. The LG said to ensure strict implementation of plastic waste management for clean urban areas with no blockage in natural drainage. The tender process should be completed within the stipulated time frame. A robust mechanism will be put in place for capacity building and manpower audits. Conduct audits for proper use and maintenance of community toilets.



Emphasis on giving more financial powers to JMC and ULB

The Lt Governor has asked the departmental officers to pay special attention to devolve more financial powers to the Jammu Municipal Corporation and other urban local bodies. He said that the Jammu Municipal Corporation has set a good example by taking cooperation from private agencies for the maintenance of the parks. It should be put into practice in other cities also.



Two apps launched, e-inauguration of many projects

Lt Governor launched JKLED street light complaint app and enforcement app. Updates will be posted on the enforcement app regarding the status of illegally constructed structures. E-foundation for modernization of Narwal Fruit and Vegetable Market at Rs 9.86 crore and road improvement project from Dogra Chowk to KC Chowk Jammu at a cost of Rs 9.23 crore was laid. Several projects of housing and urban development were e-inaugurated. This includes drainage and dewatering stations at Lal Chowk in Srinagar worth Rs 9.96 crore, Malbagh, a drainage network in Srinagar worth Rs 6.15 crore, dewatering station at Nund Reshi Colony Bemina Srinagar worth Rs 3.23 crore, Khomeini Chowk at Bemina at a cost of Rs 11.57 crore. Drainage plan etc.

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