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Town Planning and Valuation Department (Government of Gujarat) Town Planning & Valuation Department
Government of Gujarat
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UDA / ADA
Looking into the volume of increasing urbanization, urgency and purpose of the development various development authorities required. The authority constituted at as per ACT or given below.
Function of UDA (As mention in DP initial)
To prepare Physical plan for development of urban area.
- To implement the planning proposal.
City level projects through land acquisition.
Preparation of Town Planning Scheme (TP Scheme) for detailed planning. (Micro Level Planning)
To regulate the private development in accordance with the plan proposal.
Planning and Implementation of Infrastructure and Social facility.
Authorities prepare Plan of the Scheme and take responsibility of providing roads and other infrastructure facility.
Land is developed by respective land owners.
The important functions of the Authority include the preparation of physical plan for the Development of Urban Agglomeration, to prepare the draft Town Planning Schemes, to implement the revised Town Planning Schemes and to monitor and control the development activities in accordance with the Revised Development Plan. Besides, it is also responsible for the development of the infrastructures like road, sewerage, water supply and other basic civic amenities.
As provided in Section 23 of the Gujarat Town Planning & Urban Development Act, 1976 the important functions of the authority are as under:
i to undertake the preparation of development plans under the provisions of this Act, for the urban development area;
ii to undertake the preparation of town planning schemes under the provisions of this Act, if so directed by the State Government;
iii to carry out surveys in the urban development area for the preparation of development plans or town planning schemes;
iv to guide, direct and assist the local authority or authorities and other statutory authorities functioning in the urban development area in matters pertaining to the planning, development and use of urban land;
v
to control the development activities in accordance with the development plan in the urban development area;
to levy and collect such scrutiny fees for scrutiny of documents submitted to the appropriate authority for permission for development as may be prescribed by regulations;
vi
to execute works in connection with supply of water, disposal of sewerage and provision of other services and amenities;
to levy and collect such fees for the execution of works referred to in clause (vi) and for provision of other services and amenities as may be prescribed by regulations;
vii to acquire, hold, manage and dispose of property, movable or immovable, as it may deem necessary;
viii to enter into contract, agreement or arrangements, with 'any local authority, person or organization as the urban development authority may consider necessary for performing its functions.
ix to carry any development works in the urban development area as may be assigned to it by the State Government from time to time;
x to exercise such other powers and perform such other functions as are supplemental, incidental or consequential to any of the foregoing powers and functions or as may be directed by the State Government.
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