Make `TsbPASS' one-stop solution for all building approvals: KTR to officials

KTR directed the officials to make necessary changes to the existing TS-bPASS portal with a faster grievance redressal mechanism.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  28 Dec 2021 4:50 AM GMT
Make `TsbPASS one-stop solution for all building approvals: KTR to officials

Hyderabad: Telangana Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development (MA &UD) K.T. Rama Rao on Monday asked the officials to make Telangana State Building Permission Approval and Self Certification System (TsbPass) a one-stop solution for all the building approvals just like Telangana State Industrial Project Approval and Self-Certification System (TS-iPASS).

TS-bPASS has helped speed up the building approval process. KTR directed the officials to make necessary changes to the existing TS-bPASS portal with a faster grievance redressal mechanism.

KTR, who reviewed the status of the Implementation of this TS-bPASS policy, asked the officials to make TS-bPASS a policy that will become an ideal policy for all the other states in the country. He also asked the officials to widely promote the TS-bPASS toll-free number.

The officials also informed the Minister that the approval time of the policy is now reduced compared to its initial days. The Minister asked the MA&UD Department officials to ensure that the citizens receive all the facilities mentioned in the portal.

KTR also held a review meeting on the status of various projects and works being undertaken by the Municipal Administration Department. He inquired about the progress of the works taken up in municipalities under the Telangana Urban Finance and Infrastructure Development Corporation (TUFIDC).

Under Pattana Pragathi Program, the Telangana government is taking major steps to improve the infrastructure facilities and change the face of municipalities. KTR said special funds are being provided to the municipalities on a monthly basis for the development works taken up under programme.

"In addition to the Pattana Pragathi program, the state government has set up TUFIDC and is allocating budgets to create better infrastructure in the municipalities," the Minister said.

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