JAMMU, FEBRUARY 18: Governor N.N. Vohra viewed the preparation of revised Master Plan-2032 in a meeting held at Civil Secretariat. The meeting was attended by the Chief Secretary; Financial Commissioner, Planning and Development Department; Commissioner/Secretary Housing and Urban Development, Divisional Commissioner, Jammu; Secretary Revenue; Secretary, Rural Development; Commissioner, JMC; Chief Engineer, R&B, Jammu; Vice Chairman, JDA; Chief Architect, Architect Organisation, J&K and Chief Town Planner, Town Planning Organisation, Jammu.
The Governor was informed that the revised Master Plan for Jammu has been prepared keeping in view the provisions under the J&K Development Act 1970. The present Master Plan Jammu-2021 is proposed to be revised to address the gaps and discrepancies which have arisen from the rapid expansion of Jammu city leading to rising demand of housing, infrastructure and services. The revised Master Plan is envisaged to also address the issues relating to haphazard urban growth, unauthorised habitation and rising demand of housing, infrastructure and services.
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