New Delhi: Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Wednesday claimed to have received over 800 objections/suggestions from the public regarding modifications to the Master Plan for Delhi-2021 before its Board of Enquiry and Hearing.
In an official statement, the Authority said that on the first day, a total of 114 persons submitted objections/suggestions regarding proposed norms for redevelopment of godown clusters existing in non-conforming area orally, while 44 people attended the hearing.
Meanwhile, as many as 400 persons have submitted there objections/ suggestions regarding proposed development control norms for shop-cum-residence plots orally while 87 persons attended the hearing.
On the second day, as many as 390 persons submitted their bjections/ suggestions for proposed development control norms for shop-cum-residence plots orally while 101 persons atted the hearing.
Regarding modifications of proposed norms for redevelopment of godown clusters existing in non-conforming area, three persons attended the hearing.
DDA officials said that all the objections/suggestions were recorded by the Board and the general public was assured that their grievances will be taken care of before taking a decision on their objections/suggestions.
Though the Board got ready in time to hear the oral evidences, only a few persons who filed their objections/suggestions up to June 9 turned up for recording their oral evidence in the morning session.
However, at the later session, the attendance was somehow satisfactory.
"Hearing will also go on June 14 from 9,30 am to 12.30 pm for the persons who filed their objections/suggestions but could not come for oral evidence before the Board due to their various reasons as per the programme fixed for June 12 and 13," said an official of the Authority.