RERA implementation: Telangana to study Maharashtra, Karnataka model

Hyderabad News

The Telangana government has recently constituted a panel that will study the administrative set up and procedural aspects being followed by Maharashtra and Karnataka, for the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA).


Issuing the orders in this regard, Principal secretary, municipal administration, Arvind Kumar said, “A three-member committee of officials will visit Karnataka and Maharashtra, to study the administrative set up and procedural aspects of the RERA.”


Earlier many meetings took place with the officials who have reviewed the status of the implementation of the RERA in the state. After detailed discussions, it was decided to take this measure for the best outcome.


The three-member committee will comprise of the chief city planner of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) S Devender Reddy, Municipal Administration and Urban Development (MA&UD) Department director (planning) S Balakrishna, and director of town and country planning K Vidyadhar.