BENGALURU: Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) is getting ready to issue allotment letters to those who have been allotted sites in Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Layout near Kengeri. The BDA officials said the allotment letters are getting printed and the letters will be issued shortly.
“The process of issuing allotment letters is at the final stage and it may a take week or so be the allottees getting their letters,” said senior BDA official.
As the BDA has taken measures to avert irregularities, the allotment letters would bear photographs of the allottees. “We are printing the pictures of the allottees so that the allotment letters should not be misused,” the BDA official added.
This the second time that the BDA site alloment letters coming with photographs of the allottees. Earlier the civic agency had printed pictures of allottees on the allotment letters when the sites were allotted in Arkavathi Layout in 2004.
For Kempegowda Layout, the BDA had received 31,349 applications for allotment of 5,000 sites of different dimensions. And the final list of allottees was announced in October.
After receiving the allotment letter, the allottees will have 90 days to pay for the site and getting it registered.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had earlier announced that allotment letters to the shortlisted beneficiaries of Kempegowda Layout would be issued in December and applications for another 5,000 sites would be invited in January.
The BDA had acquired 4,043.27 acres of land in 2008 to develop the layout and final notification was issued on February 18, 2010. As many as 21,000 sites have been proposed to be formed and Rs 2,408 crore has been spent for the layout formation.
When applications were invited for 5,000 sites in the first phase and 31,341 people had applied.
Credits ET Realty