Newly established layouts will have to provide 0.5% of the area to the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited (TANGEDCO) to set up electrical infrastructure.
“As per the Tamil Nadu Combined Development and Building Rules, 2019, 0.5% of the layout’s area should be transferred to TANGEDO through a registered gift deed. The transfer should be done before the sanction of the layout. The land would be registered only after the superintendent engineer (SE) inspects the site and confirms its technical stability,” said a government order dated May 18.
“The board will maintain the gift deed in safe custody if the requirement for infrastructural development in the layout area is not required immediately.” The move will be helpful in developing electrical infrastructure and in giving new connections, a TANGEDCO official said. Read More
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