Procedure for sanction of Master Plan (G.T.P. Scheme) as per A.P.T.P. Act, 1920

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PARTICULARS

REFERENCES OF PROVISION UNDER ACT

1

It is the responsibility of Local Body to Prepare Publish and submit the G.T.P. Scheme for Sanction of Govt. within 4 years from the date of its constitution. Section 8 (1)

2

Preparation of G.T.P. Scheme has to be undertaken by Municipal Council in constitution with the Director of Town and Country Planning. Rule-23 read with Section.3  

3

Council has  to resolved for the preparation of G.T.P. Scheme for the town Rule-25 read with Section.8

4

Draft G.T.P. Scheme shall be submitted to Govt. along with C.R. through Director for formal approval Rule-25 read with Section.8(2)

5

Government accord formal approval to the G.T.P. Scheme with or without modifications and return it to Council through Director of Town and Country Planning. Rule-25 read with Section.8  

6

Draft G.T.P. Scheme has to be published in Form.1 for the information of General Public. Rule-27 read with Section.8

7

Draft G.T.P. Scheme has to be published in Form No.2 giving 60 days time for objections and suggestions of the Public. Rule-28 read with Section.14(1)

8

Objections and suggestions are then to be compiled and are to be submitted to Director of Town and Country Planning for technical advice. Rule-44 read with Section.14(1)  

9

Technical advice given by Director of Town and Country Planning shall be placed before Council for consideration and resolution Rule-45 read with Section.14(2)  

10

G.T.P. Scheme as adopted and passed by Municipal Council shall be submitted for final sanction to Government Rule-29 read with Section.14(2)

11

Govt. will finally sanction the scheme with or without modifications Section 14(3)

12

The G.T.P. Scheme will be published in official gazette and there on wards the local authority has to enforce it under the Technical guidance of Director of Town and Country Planning Section 14(5)

13

If required the land use of the G.T.P. Scheme can be varied by the Government on resolution by Council. Section 15