Thursday, November 15, 2007

Planned Colonization in Towns of Haryana

Haryana (spreading over an country of 44212 Sq. Kms.) is one of the most rapidly developing states of Republic Of India as its growing charge per unit (8.6 %) is exceeding the national norm growing rate. It is ranking the 2nd peak per working capital income (Rs. 26, 632) in the country. About 91 percentage of its population is living above poorness line. Primarily, it is an agrarian state served by Satluj, Yamuna canal web producing excess grain to the country. With the constitution of Maruti Udyog, Hero Honda, Escorts, Honda and their accessory units, Haryana have emerged as a major manufacturing alkali for car sector of the world.

Haryana is the 3rd biggest exporter of software system commodity in the country. With its alkali at Gurgaon and Panipat, Haryana is the biggest exporter of garments and handcrafts in the country. With the constitution of refinery at Battle Of Panipat by the Indian Oil Corporation, the Haryana state have go the provider of oil to the northern states of India. The approaching of petro-chemical complex abutting to the said Refinery at Battle Of Panipat would turn out another milepost in Haryana's development. Haryana state have also taken a Pb in the state for planned urbanisation of its towns and cities.

Haryana have the privilege for its better location as it's one-third separate is covered under the National Capital Region, which is termed as the richest part of the country. This state is well served by 14 paths of Railway Lines, 10 National Highways in improver to K.M.P Express Highway which go throughs through the State. The installations of peak order of substructure of the state including International Airport, Foreign Embassies, Junctions of Railways and National Highways, planetary degree educational and medical Institutions, International Markets located in National Capital of Old Delhi are easily accessible to Haryana from its all parts. The Haryana State itself is served by 5 Universities i.e. Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra; Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak; Chaudhary Charan Singh, Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar and Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa.

All little and medium towns of the state are covered under the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975. In addition, most of these towns are also covered by the controlled countries declared under the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, 1963. By virtuousness of aforesaid Acts, no individual can carve out any settlement and raise any building at land site within the legal power of said controlled countries and urban countries without obtaining license / permissions from the Director, Town & Country Planning, Haryana, and Chandigarh. The land in little and medium towns is comparatively cheaper. The psychological science of the urban occupants is changing frequently as in the present epoch of Science and Technology every individual desires to dwell in better environment.

The old existent little and medium towns which have got developed on the footing of traditional engineering are lacking the installation of proper route network, sewerage, piped H2O supply system and other encouraging socio-economic infrastructure, therefore, occupants of old vicinities are preferring to switch to environmentally better planned colonies. Due to hard-and-fast enforcement of Town and Country Planning Department, now the colonisers can not develop such as towns in unauthorised manner on traditional pattern. Obtaining licences under the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 is the lone option available with the colonisers / developers.

For successfully implementing their projects, the colonisers / developers should have got complete cognition of the topic and all Acts, Rules and Regulations of the State. For attaining competence in such as works, survey of District Controlled Area Plans, Development Plans of each town and Haryana Town Planning Usher which covers all facets of settlement development is recommended. These Plans and Books are available at this site.

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