DDC Chairs meeting of Valuation Committee
SRINAGAR: Chairman, District Valuation Committee (Deputy Commissioner) Srinagar, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary reviewed the land valuation proposed by Sub-Divisional Valuation Committees for annual notification rates for the year 2021 in District Srinagar.
The meeting reviewed the proposals formulated by various Tehsils for revision of annual rates of land viz a viz residential, commercial, agriculture, horticulture , non-cultivable , cultivable —-Irrigated and un-irrigated among other categories.
Addl Deputy Commissioner, Asstt Commissioner Revenue, Sub-Divisional Magistrates and Tehsildars made their presentations highlighting the methodology adopted , exercise conducted in field and parameters taken into account for finalisation of rates. Registrars from department of land registration, town planner and officers from various departments were also present in the meeting.
Chairman, DVC Srinagar directed the officers to display the final draft in public domain and take into account the feedback and suggestions from all stakeholders. He asked for comprehensive analysis of various parameters while arriving at valuation of land to be fixed which shall include master plan land use, type of land, average sale rates , proximity of public transport , infrastructure development status among others.
Registrars were asked to share the details of land registration with two years annual comparison and forward their recommendations to Tehsildars for inclusion. Collectors of Land Acquisition have also been asked to submit their recommendations. The sub-divisional committees have been asked to taken into account various suggested steps and re-submit the proposals by 17 November 2020 after which these will be shared in public domain for feedback and comments. General public has also been advised to contact respective committees at tehsil level for any issues related to land valuation.
The valuation committee is finalising rates for the year 2021 as per the provisions laid down SRO 379 of Jammu and Kashmir Preparation and Revision of Market Value Guidelines Rules 2011 which mandates the District Valuation Board to fix the annual rates and valuation of immovable property.