MUDA announces final list of 530 sites at Lalithadripura
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MUDA announces final list of 530 sites at Lalithadripura

Mysuru: The Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) announced the final list of 530 site allottees at Lalithadripura, here this morning. The list has been put up on the MUDA notice board this afternoon.

MUDA Chairman D. Dhruvakumar addressing the media at his office here this morning said that in all, the names of 530 allottees have been announced after scrutinising the objections that were called for last month.

In all, 824 objections had been filed out of which 104 objections were found to be valid and the remaining 720 rejected. There are 820 sites in the 145 acre land out of which 530 sites have been distributed. This excludes 125 odd sites and 165 corner sites, he said.

There are 125 20X30 ft sites, 300 30X40 ft sites, 70 40X60 ft sites and 35 50X80 ft sites allotted and they cost Rs. 1,70,000, Rs. 5,36,000, Rs.14,21,000 and Rs. 27,00,000 respectively.

A total of 55,065 applications were sold and 31,251 applied. In the ‘H’ category out of the 25 applications received for 20X30 ft sites, three have been allotted, for 30X40 ft sites out of 70 applications received, 8 have got sites, for 40X60 ft sites out of 63 applications received, two have got sites and for 50X80 ft sites, out of 22 applications, one has got site, he said.

MUDA Commissioner Kantharaj, Secretary M.K. Savitha, SE Suresh Babu, Executive Engineer Raju, Town Planner Member Girish and others were present.

February 1, 2018

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “MUDA announces final list of 530 sites at Lalithadripura”

  1. Sadashiva B says:

    Not allotted as per seniority list. I have run behind Muda even though after having 8 attempts and senior most than any person allotted in the list, also had put objection for not considering my name in the provisional list, Honesty is dead in MUDA

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