The state government has finalized the Telangana Integrated Township Policy 2020 to develop townships across the Outer Ring Road

The city of Hyderabad will expand further. The state government has finalized the Telangana Integrated Township Policy 2020 to develop townships across the Outer Ring Road. 

Infrastructure townships will be developed within a five-kilometer radius of the Outer RingRoad. Residences and offices will be set up there. Infrastructure is also provided in the townships. Schools and parks are established. These townships will be developed with the concept of Work Walk. 

Telangana Integrated Township Policy to ease the burden on Hyderabad
Business complexes, IT, general industries are preferred. The government grants tax breaks to real estate companies, companies, and merchants who develop townships. At the same time it imposed regulations. Interested companies are required to submit proposals to the HMDA and Urban Development Departments for approval.

The decision was made to reduce the burden on Bhagyanagar i.e Hyderabad
The government has introduced the Telangana Integrated Township Policy to ease the burden on Hyderabad, the fourth largest city in the country. Immigration is high from all over the state as well as from neighboring states. The number of people who migrate to the city every year is in the millions. 

This places a heavy burden on the city of fortune. To reduce it, the Integrated Township-2020 Policy was formulated on the initiative of IT and Urban Development Minister K Tarakaramarao to develop townships across the Outer Ring Road.

Appearance of township

  • Application settlement within 60 days
  • 5 km beyond the ORR for the township, there must be at least 100 acres of land within the HMDA.
  • A quarter to half of the total land in the township should be allocated to commercial complexes, markets, IT, general industries, service centers.
  • Less than half of the land in the township should be allocated to residential complexes.
  • 10% of the land should be allocated for parks and playgrounds.
  • The main road should be 30 meters wide in a township of 100 to 300 acres.
  • The township above 300 acres should have a main road 36 meters wide.

Government subsidies

  • 90% exemption on land development charges
  • 10% opportunity for government to change land as required
  • 50% to 100% discount on land development taxes
  • 100% tax deduction on facilities provided for public use
  • 50% tax deduction up to iden- tities on other structures
  • Terms and conditions:
  • The area should not be ecologically sensitive.
  • The township should not be such as to close national, state, or other district roads. If the township wants to develop the township in those areas, the relevant roads should be allowed for public transport.
  • Companies, organizations, and real estate traders wishing to develop a township must be registered with RERA (Real Estate Regulatory Authority).
  • The first tease bypass permits must be obtained in relation to the township. DPRs must then be approved.
  • The township must comply with the regulations of the Energy Conservation Building Council (ECBC) and the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC).
  • Resided there exclusively in connection with the maintenance of the township. There should be an association especially with those who run businesses. It should oversee sanitation, plant breeding, environmental protection, and other infrastructure in the township.
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