Through Regularization Now Change your Unapproved to Approved Plots in Chennai

Land Regularisation

Every individual dreams of having his own house, a foundation to a home is either the ground or a plot.   We heard from our existing customers who are having acres of lands are facing difficulties in regularising the same.

As there is an increase in unapproved or unorganised layout without even basic amenities and infrastructure our clients approach LandBazzar for regularising their acres of land for selling.

Why Land Regularisation is Important?

On September 9 2016, Tamil Nadu Government has banned the sale and resale of unapproved housing plots and layouts in Tamilnadu.  This initiative was taken by Government to arrest the transforming of agricultural lands to residential plots.

As on May 2018, While the total number of applications that were filed seeking regularisation till April 23 was 1,25,000, it jumped to 1,91,350 on April 30; Of these, 1.65 lakh applications were filed in Directorate of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) areas and the remaining 26,350 are located in the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) areas comprising Chennai and parts of Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts.

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Eligibility for Regularisation

According to the notification, in exercise of powers conferred by section 113 of the Town and Country Planning Act (Tamil Nadu Act 35 of 1972), unapproved layouts where a part or full number of plots have been sold through a registered sale deed as on October 20, 2016 shall be considered for regularisation under these rules as well as all unsold ones in the layout are also eligible.

An individual plot in a sub-division registered by a sale or title deed as on October 20, 2016 shall also be eligible for regularisation.

Land Regularisation

Types of Layout:

  • For the regularisation of an unapproved layout
  • For the regularisation of an unapproved individual plot

Steps for Land Regularisation:

  • Submission of application on-line in Form-I
  • Physical inspection and examination
  • Issue of payment demand notice
  • Payment of fees and charges
Two Stage Process:

The regularisation of plot will be done in two stages.

In the first stage, the layout will be regularised by CMDA/LPA/Regional Deputy Directors of Town and Country Planning Department concerned, who will examine and issue an in-principle approved layout framework plan to the local body concerned.

In the second stage, the local body will issue a regularisation order and plan as per the in-principle approved layout framework plan after confirming the ownership of the plot and collecting the balance regularisation charge, including other applicable charges.

On September 9, 2016, the court passed an interim order banning registration of plots and buildings on unauthorised layouts.

Currently LandBazzar is focusing on locations in and around Vellore, Thiruvallur alone