City hoteliers for increase in vertical limit
Srinagar, Jan 10: In view of shortage of land in the summer capital, the Srinagar-based hoteliers today urged the Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Housing and Urban Development Tara Chand to allow raising height of hotels from the existing norms in the Master Plan.
“We appeal the Deputy CM to incorporate the provision for increase in heights of hotels in the Master Plan so that the problem of lack of infrastructure here is taken care off,” said a delegation of hoteliers. They said from last over two decades there has no been change in the norms of the Master Plan when it comes to construction of hotels.
We appeal the officials to raise the vertical height limit for hotels so that proper of infrastructure is made without further expansion of land,” they added.
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