VASCO: The Mormugao Planning and Development Authority (MPDA), on Friday, has passed a resolution to allow construction of 500 residential flats, majority in Sancoale and Issorcim panchayat jurisdiction in the Cortalim constituency, while the rest in the Dabolim constituency.
PANAJI: An amendment has been proposed in Land Revenue Code to simplify the mutation process to allow collection of mutation charges at the time of application rather than on completion of the process.
MARGAO: The Raia villagers, during the gram sabha of the village panchayat, held on Sunday, resolved to oppose the mega housing project proposed at Coleandongor, claiming that the developer and the technical section of the Town and Country Planning Department have wrongly shown the ‘other village road’ as proposed 10-metre road.
PANAJI: The Corlim villagers upped their ante against mega projects due to the pressure on existing infrastructure, adverse impact on the local ecology and demographic profile and demanded that no approvals be issued to new projects.
PORVORIM: While the government has no plans to start a single window system for issue of construction licenses for bungalows and buildings, it does intend to simplify the procedure for obtaining construction licenses in tune with the Goa Land Development and Building Construction Regulations, 2010, as amended in 2011.
MARGAO: Issues concerning the rise in migrant population in the village and alleged irregularities in some mega-construction projects dominated the proceedings of the Navelim gram sabha held on Sunday.
PANAJI: The Goa Law Commission has forwarded its report to the government as regards two new legislations, namely regulating the ownership of apartment and promotion of their construction, sale, management and transfer, and regulating installation of lifts and elevators.
PANAJI: The state government by an order issued recently has notified statement of minimum land rates in the state gazette for the year 2013-14, which shall come into effect from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014.
OLD GOA: Sending a stern warning to real estate developers in the village, the Corlim Citizens Civic Consumer Forum (CCCCF) on Monday confronted supervisors of various construction projects and found several flaws in the plans.