PANAJI: The Greater Panaji Planning and Development Authority (GPPDA) has adopted the land use map and register of Panaji planning area taking into account the suggestions and objections received from stakeholders.

GPPDA issued the notification adopting the land use map and register and said that the map is available for viewing at its office at Mala and at the Corporation of the City of Panaji office.

On August 7, 2020, GPPDA had issued a public notice regarding the preparation of map and register under Section 26 of the TCP Act showing the present land use for Panaji planning area and had given stakeholders 30 days to submit objections and suggestions.

The department of Town and Country Planning (TCP) had put in place a committee to hear stakeholders and scrutinize the objections. Based on the inputs received, a report was shared with the GPPDA.

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