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Purchase of Plots / Residential Flats in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram Chennai



Reading some of the questions posted on RTI Forum on the subject of purchase of plots / flats in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram area, one could understand that there is unnecessary fear and confusion amongst those concerned.


I am sharing this information to address some of the concerns raised by the members on some of the old threads on this forum and for those viewers who have been relentlessly seeking guidance on whether to purchase a plot / residential flat in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram area or not.


As you already know, a notification from the Archeology Survey of India issued in 2010 has affected construction activity in the area earmarked as the “prohibited area” (100 meters) and additionally “Regulated area” (200 meters) in Subham Nagar, Zamin Pallavaram. Constructions / reconstructions / repair work in the “Regulated Area” can be undertaken after obtaining NOC from the Office of the State Archeology Commissioner, the competent authority for issuing NOCs.


Besides these marked areas, the pieces of land situated outside of ASI purview are 100% available for buy/sell transactions, constructions, reconstructions etc. For these lands, Pallavaram Municipality continue to issue Patta, Building Permits etc and there is no need to obtain NOC or incur any undue expenses towards obtaining one for these pieces of land. Pallavaram Municipality has displayed the map at their office clearly displaying the pieces of land affected and unaffected. I hope this clarifies to all concerned and help alleviate their fears.

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This is a good piece of information and all those mebers from this society who have raised certain querries may see the remarks and get themselves benifited of the information provided by jac. as this is FIRST HAND INFORMATION.

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