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    Property mutation requests put on hold until October 11 in Hyderabad

    ​Around 3,000 applications are yet to be cleared,” said a GHMC official. “We will first clear pending applications, then proceed to new ones,” he explained.
    HYDERABAD: Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has stopped accepting mutation applications (requests for transfer/assessment of property etc) till October 11. “From Monday, we will start accepting applications at all citizen service centres.

    Around 3,000 applications are yet to be cleared,” said a GHMC official. “We will first clear pending applications, then proceed to new ones,” he explained.

    GHMC issued an internal memo directing employees to stop accepting mutation applications. After the applications were stopped, worried residents ran from pillar to post thinking any delay in mutation may delay the enrolment of their property on Dharani portal.

    “We are in a fix as several property owners in Kukatpally Housing Board Colony (KPHB) are not sure whether their property is eligible to be uploaded in Dharani portal or not. When I tried to transfer my property ownership at a citizen service centre, I was informed that new mutation applications were not being accepted,” said Sai Varun from KPHB phase one.

    A few others TOI spoke to had similar issues.

    “I was informed by staffers at a citizen service centre that NOC from the bank is mandatory to obtain mutation certificate. When I brought the NOC today, my application was not accepted by the centre in Serilingampally,” said S Harsha from Whitefields, Kondapur.












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      Homebuyers prefer ready projects; southern cities lead completions

      The Southern markets including Bengaluru and Hyderabad have seen the completed projects sell faster as mere 5% and 6% of completed projects in these cities, respectively are yet to be sold.
      MUMBAI | BENGALURU: The rising preference for ready and completed projects in the backdrop of concern over deliveries is getting underscored further during the current Covid19 induced uncertainty. Completed projects are emerging as the other segment apart from affordable and mid-segment projects that is clicking with homebuyers.

      The low proportion of completed projects in total unsold inventory is indicating this preference. Out of total 792,490 completed projects that were launched between 2013 and the recently concluded September quarter across India, around 90% have already been sold, showed data from ANAROCK Property Consultants.

      The Southern markets including Bengaluru and Hyderabad have seen the completed projects sell faster as mere 5% and 6% of completed projects in these cities, respectively are yet to be sold. Chennai also has sold over 90% of completed projects during this period.

      In Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and the National Capital Region (NCR) too, nearly 90% of the completed projects during this period have already been sold.

      “Predominantly driven by end-users from the IT/ITeS sector, the conservative housing markets of the Southern cities also benefit from the proactive project completion focus of developers active there,” Anuj Puri, Chairman, ANAROCK Property Consultants.

      Altogether more than 23 lakh units were launched between 2013 and third quarter of 2020 across the top 7 cities, of which 34% are completed. Another 19% is scheduled to complete within the next 12 months, and another 19% between one to two years.

      The ongoing pandemic has pushed the already growing preference for ready projects further and this will continue even after the current health crisis gets over.

      “The Covid19 pandemic has added to the importance of ready possession homes, but the reasons are different. From savings in form of GST to the advantage of being able to move in once payment and formalities were completed, the biggest plus point is that COVID-19 has brought in the factor of urgency in being able to move in the new home,” said Niranjan Hiranandani is President (National) NAREDCO and Assocham.

      According to him, either the previous home was rented; or smaller in size – families need ready to move in homes which can also offer ‘work from home’ as also ‘study from home’ – and, both at the same time. The safety and ‘secure from the pandemic’ aspect is what drives most home seekers in the post-COVID-19 world to opt for ready possession homes.

      Out of all the projects launched and completed between 2013-till date, the average time to complete projects in Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad was between 4.1 and 4.3 years for smaller projects with 100-500 units each and between 5.5 - 5.9 years for large projects with over 500 units each. This is significantly less than the average completion time in NCR, where it is 6 years and 7.2 years, respectively.

      In MMR, new launches were nearly 6.26 lakh units during the period and of this, 28% have already been completed. Average completion time for projects in the country’s financial capital stood at 5.4 years for small projects and 6.5 years for large ones.











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        HC notice to Telangana on uploading property details on Dharani

        While refusing to grant any interim relief to the petitioners, Justice Shameem Akther, however, asked the government to file its counter within one week.
        • TNN
        • October 11, 2020, 10:53 IST

        HYDERABAD: The Telangana high court issued notices to the state government and chief commissioner of land revenue (CCLA) asking them to explain their stand on a petition against the new Dharani land portal and the method in which the government is seeking to upload particulars of non-agricultural properties on to the website.

        While refusing to grant any interim relief to the petitioners, Justice Shameem Akther, however, asked the government to file its counter within one week.

        The petition was filed by GR Karunakar of Rangareddy district and CV Narayana Rao of Hyderabad, questioning the government’s decision asking property owners to upload their details on their own.

        The petitioners said revenue and municipal officials have details of the properties as they collect all types of taxes.

        “They know who the owners are and their records too speak about it. But, asking people to upload details onto Dharani website may lead to several discrepancies and needless litigations, they contended.

        They said this exercise was not supported by any law and sought an interim stay on the entire exercise. They also sought a declaration from the court to the effect that the ongoing exercise was illegal.

        At this point, advocate general BS Prasad said the government has a purpose and it wants to streamline things to make life easy for common people and to save them from being duped by unscrupulous elements.

        The AG opposed any interim relief at this stage and said that he would file a counter explaining the purpose and objective behind the state’s decision and sought time for doing this.
















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          Owners along TSIIC corridor unable to upload their property details on Dharani

          Most non- agricultural properties located under TSIIC are located across Gachibowli , Manikonda and Patancheruvu.
          HYDERABAD: Multiple attempts to enlist their non-agricultural properties online — they’ll eventually be uploaded onto the Dharani portal — failed for residents with assets along the TSIIC.

          Property owners said that system refused to accept alpha numeric property tax identification number, allotted to this area.

          Most non- agricultural properties located under TSIIC are located across Gachibowli , Manikonda and Patancheruvu.

          Though several properties located near Jeedimetla industrial area fall under TSIIC, property tax is generated by GHMC.

          “I request authorities to fix the issue immediately and deploy staffers to assist residents. We are unable to enlist our properties unlike housing societies in Gachibowli,” said Hema Pratap on behalf of residents of Serene County. Residents here asked authorities to make changes to the portal on a war-footing.

          “I have been flooded with complaints from residents pertaining to enrolment of property,” said Srinivas Konala, general secretary of Lanco Hills.

          “We have written a letter to the government about enlisting of properties in TSIIC. We are expecting a reply this week, after which enrolments will start,” said C Vinod Kumar, zonal manager, TSIIC of Vikarabad, Hyderabad and parts of Rangareddy.











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            Hyderabad: TSWB asks tenants of Bahadur-ud-Dawla to clear dues or face legal action

            The tenants were asked to clear their dues or face eviction with legal process. He said that the Bahadur-ud-Dawla Complex was an old structure and needs to be renovated immediately.
            • TNN
            • October 17, 2020, 12:00 IST

            HYDERABAD: Telangana State Waqf Board (TSWB) on Thursday asked tenants to clear dues immediately or face legal action. Mohammed Saleem, chairman TSWB, accompanied with other officials, inspected Bahadur-ud-Dawla Waqf Complex located in Nampally, which is in a dilapidated condition.

            The tenants were asked to clear their dues or face eviction with legal process. He said that the Bahadur-ud-Dawla Complex was an old structure and needs to be renovated immediately.

            “It was constructed more than 40 years ago. It needs immediate repair and renovation. So, we have planned to renovate it, we will consider reconstruction,” said the waqf board chairman. Saleem said legal action would be take in case of further delay in clearing rents to waqf board.

            “Waqf board will issue notices to all tenants those who failed to pay rent with arrears. Notices will be served to the tenants of Allauddin Complex at Pathergatti. The Board has started a drive to collect rents to increase board’s income,” said Saleem.









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              Shift power meters to first floor from cellars in Telangana: TSSPDCL

              TSSPDCL chairman and managing director G Raghuma Reddy said if the associations come forward for shifting of the meters, the discom would shift them without collecting any charges.
              • TNN
              • October 21, 2020, 10:06 IST

              HYDERABAD: With rainwater flowing into cellars leading to power failures and even electrocution in residential apartments and commercial complexes, the Telangana State Southern Power Distribution Company Limited (TSSPDCL) has asked the apartment associations to shift their meter panel boards from the cellars to the first floor to avoid power breakdowns.

              In the recent past, at least four persons have died while trying to switch on power or start motors to flush out water from the cellars.

              TSSPDCL chairman and managing director G Raghuma Reddy said if the associations come forward for shifting of the meters, the discom would shift them without collecting any charges.

              “The TSSPDCL is making an appeal to new apartment builders to allot some space (minimum 10x10) in the first floor for fixing the electricity panel boards and power-related equipment to avoid breakdowns and electrical accidents during rain. TSSPDCL is also suggesting to GHMC to take note of this proposal,” Raghuma Reddy told TOI.

              He said the discom suffered about Rs 2 crore loss in the floods. Of the 1.17 lakh distribution transformers in the GHMC area, 1,170 were damaged.

              “Only 89 transformers were out of 1,170 were not charged,” he said. While 32 transformers belong to apartments, 57 were public transformers. He said 22 transformers have failed or need to be replaced. He also said as many as 1,295 electric poles were damaged and 37 poles are yet to be replaced.













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                Housing societies in Hyderabad tap rainwater for summer

                Residents of these properties said that the water stored during the rains is enough to help them sail through the next summer. File photo

                HYDERABAD: The recent rains have caused havoc across the city and surrounding areas, but some people are trying to salvage at least something from the tragedy. This, courtesy in-house rain water harvesting pits – a mandatory feature ignored by many while building homes.

                Residents of these properties said that the water stored during the rains is enough to help them sail through the next summer.

                “Our housing society consists of 40 flats and the roof top has the capacity to divert more than 14 lakh litres of water. During this week, over one lakh litre of water has been saved. The water has already been diverted to the sump and rain water harvesting pits. This summer we will not need to procure even one tanker,” said G Aditya member from SLV Pride, Ameenpur where residents usually need to buy 30 tankers per month, during summer, at the cost of Rs 25,000.

                The cost of constructing the pit, Aditya said, was Rs 80,000. Incidentally, while this building managed to use the rain water to their advantage, many homes in the same locality saw the recent rain water gush into their cellars and leave vehicles damaged.

                In Financial District, residents of My Home Vihanga managed to conserve water. “Three months ago we decided to save more water than previous years. We built an additional pit near a bore. Now we are certain that dependency on tankers in coming months and summer will drop drastically, because of this,” said Praveen Rao, secretary of the community Serene County, Gachibowli is also one of the housing societies which ensures rain water is not wasted.

                “Our society was lauded by burecarats for rain water harvesting and usage of surplus rain water. I request all the housing socities to invest in recycling and water conservation,” said Rama Raju president of the society.











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