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    A delegation from the state of Assam recently visited Hyderabad to gain insights on the implementation of Transferable Development Rights (TDR) policy. The delegation comprised of officials from the Assam State Urban Livelihoods Mission Society (ASULMS) and the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA). The visit was aimed at understanding the nuances of TDR policy implementation and its effectiveness in urban development.

    TDR is a policy tool that allows landowners to transfer the development rights of their land to another property owner. This policy is used to encourage urban development in areas with limited land availability. The TDR policy has been successfully implemented in many cities across India, including Hyderabad. The delegation from Assam visited Hyderabad to understand the legal framework, administrative procedures, and financial mechanisms involved in TDR policy implementation.

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    During their visit, the delegation met with officials from the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) and the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC). They also visited several sites where TDR policy had been implemented successfully. The delegation gained insights on how TDR policy had been used to incentivize developers to undertake projects in areas with limited land availability. They also learned about the challenges faced by the HMDA and GHMC in implementing the policy.

    In conclusion, the visit by the Assam delegation to Hyderabad to gain insights on TDR policy implementation is a positive step towards promoting urban development in the state. The delegation’s interactions with officials from HMDA and GHMC, as well as their visits to sites where TDR policy had been implemented successfully, will help them understand the nuances of TDR policy implementation better. This understanding will be crucial in formulating effective policies for promoting urban development in Assam.

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