Citizens react to Master Plan’s ideas to protect heritage in Bengaluru

The suggestions of the citizen group chalk out a roadmap to protect marked and unmarked heritage in Bengaluru.

For RMP 2031, a group working on heritage, Heritage Beku, with over 80 members, set up by Priya Chetty Rajgopal, has worked over three weeks to come up with a suggestions / objections document that was sent to the Bengaluru Development Authority (BDA). Besides response to the BDA’s RMP suggestions on heritage, the document also has objections, institutionalising heritage, concerns of urban planners, suggestions from experts etc. Do read the document for details.

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  1. A Subba Rao says:

    I am having some extent of land in Bangalore rural.I wants to made it form plots horticulture at 500sqy.Is rera registration necessary sirs

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