TDR in the city has proved to be successful: Palemar

7:31 PM, Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Mangalore: The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) organized workshop on Development Rights and Transferable Development Rights (DR/TDR) at Hotel Ocean Pearl on September 7, Tuesday.
Speaking after inaugurating the workshop, Krishna J Palemar, District in-charge Minister has said that Transfer of Development Rights is necessary for any development taking place in the city.

He also said that the implementation of TDR in the city has proved to be successful since large numbers of the people have agreed for road widening in many areas.
Ignorance will be the only reason to oppose TDR by any one, hence people must be convinced about its benefits, he said.
Palemar also urged the people to give importance to nature while carrying out development works like road widening and construction of buildings.
MLA Yogish Bhat, said that DR and TDR have gained greater success in Gujarat, Hence Mangalore can consider it as a model in city development plans.
V Ponnuraj, Deputy Commissioner, briefed merits of the TDR.
MUDA Chairman Madhava Bhandary, Architect Dharmaraj, Member of CREDAI DB Mehta, were present.

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