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    GHMC to initiate aerial GIS mapping and door-to-door surveys for property mapping

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    In an effort to improve urban planning and resource management in Hyderabad, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has started a comprehensive aerial Geographic Information System (GIS) and door-to-door surveys. The goal is to map all properties and utilities within the city’s limits.

    GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose announced that Neo Geo Agency will be overseeing the project for 18 months, with an additional two years for operation maintenance. This initiative aims to enhance urban planning, service delivery, and resource management in the city by creating detailed and accurate maps of properties and utilities.

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    The survey will also integrate data from various government departments in Telangana to provide a unified view of the urban landscape. Each assessment will be given a Unique Identification Number (UIN) for easy identification of property locations, which will help GHMC deliver services more effectively.

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    Drone data will be combined with ground surveys to collect field data, including building names, assessment numbers, Property Tax Numbers, Water Connection Numbers, Electricity Numbers, and building usage. Residents and property owners are asked to cooperate with surveyors who will visit homes to collect data in the coming months.

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    A public web portal will allow citizens to voluntarily link their assessments on the GIS map to provide input and participate in decision-making processes related to urban development and public utilities. The collected data will be kept confidential and used solely to enhance urban management and service delivery in Hyderabad.

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