To cut housing delay, Haryana to give clearances before license says CM
Making the announcement, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said, “Any developer, based on a letter of intent (LOI), will be granted all the necessary clearances within six months, after which they will be issued a license for the project.”
The Haryana government has decided to give all mandatory clearances to residential projects before issuing licenses to developers to eliminate delays due to approvals that builders often attribute to the completion of projects after the handing over deadline. It is an old problem in NCR.
Making the announcement, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said, “Any developer, based on the letter of intent (LoI), will be given all necessary approvals within six months, after which he will be issued a license for the project.” He was addressing the Urban Development Conference 2022 in It will be the responsibility of the government departments to give timely approvals. “If any government department fails to approve within the stipulated time frame, it will be punished,” the CM said.
Developers will get a license for their project when all the mandatory clearances are in place. “Thus, there will be no reason for the delay in the completion of projects. After this the responsibility will be on the developers,” Khattar said.