Dy CM chairs SDA board meeting
'Meet housing needs of people'
SRINAGAR JULY 10: Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand has asked Srinagar Development Authority to concentrate on establishment of new residential colonies to meet the growing housing needs of the people in Srinagar. He said formation of nuclear families have increased needs of the people and asked the officers of the authority to come up with new housing projects focusing all parts of the City.
Deputy Chief Minister was speaking at 72nd Board of Directors meeting of Srinagar Development Authority (SDA).
Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, Nasir Aslam Wani, Principal Secretary Housing and Urban Development, Suresh Kumar, Vice Chairman, SDA, Farooq Renzushah, Commissioner SMC, Dr GN Qasba besides senior officers of the authority were present on the occasion.
“Asking for proper and judicious utilization of land available with the Authority, the Deputy Chief Minister said that proper application of land management has become imperative in view of the non availability of state land in Srinagar,” an official handout said.
Tara Chand asked officers to keep vigil on Srinagar Master Plan and ensure that it is not violated. He said the master plan has been framed with an aim to develop Srinagar city to meet future needs of the people.
Advocating for applying self financing pattern in up-coming housing and commercial projects, the Deputy Chief Minister asked the concerned to develop sites on joint venture pattern to safeguard the interest of the SDA.
Nasir Aslam Wani asked the officers to maintain interdepartmental coordination and ensure that projects framed are completed in time. He asked them to keep in account the public demands while formulating projects.
Giving the details of the projects, Vice Chairman SDA said that a massive plan has been framed under the economic revival of Shahr-e-Khaas by way of modernizing the authority assets on commercial lines. He said three more shopping complexes are proposed to be developed in Srinagar city.
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