Haryana Regularizes 173 Colonies, Gurugram Sees 44 Approvals

Haryana Regularizes 173 Colonies, Gurugram Sees 44 Approvals

Haryana Regularizes 173  Colonies, Gurugram Sees 44 Approvals

Gurugram, February 2, 2024: The Haryana government has announced the regularization of 173 previously illegal colonies across the state, including 44 within the Gurugram district. This move aims to provide formal recognition and access to basic amenities for residents living in these unauthorized settlements.

Details of Regularized Colonies:

  • Municipal Corporation Gurugram (MCG): 21 colonies, including New Palam Vihar Phase-1 and 2, Avenue 69, Mayur Kunj, SPR Colony, Chandan Vihar-2, Royal Bhawani Enclave, Siyaram Enclave, Vatika Kunj, Nihal Colony, Maruti Kunj Colony Extension, Vatika Kunj Part-2, Saraswati Enclave-2, Shantikunj-2, Sneh Vihar Colony, Vatika Kunj Extension, Krishna Kunj, Shankar Vihar, Tekchand Colony, Shriram Enclave (Goverdhan Kunj), and Rajendra Park.
  • Manesar Municipal Corporation (MCM): 7 colonies, including Shri Shyam Colony, Govardhan Patti, Garhi Green, Shanti Enclave, Kila Chand Nagar, Sona Colony, Kataria Colony.
  • Farrukhnagar NAP: 8 colonies, including Jat Colony, Maruti Colony, Bharwal Colony, Sherawali Colony, Balaji Nagar, Nikhar Colony, Bypass Colony, and an unnamed colony.
  • Pataudi Mandi: 2 unnamed colonies, including Anandpur Ashram Colony.
  • Sohna block: 2 unnamed colonies, including Hari Nagar Colony, MTech Colony, MTech Colony Extension.

Impact and Considerations:

The regularization is expected to benefit residents by granting them access to essential services like water, sanitation, electricity, and waste management. Additionally, it could potentially increase property values and improve living conditions in these previously unauthorized areas.

However, some concerns remain regarding the potential environmental impact of regularizing colonies that may not have adhered to proper planning and construction regulations. Additionally, ensuring equitable access to basic amenities and infrastructure development in these newly recognized areas will be crucial.

Overall, the regularization of these colonies represents a significant step towards addressing the issue of unauthorized settlements in Haryana. However, careful monitoring and implementation are necessary to ensure the long-term benefits for residents and the environment.

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