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Govt notifies panel to revise building byelaws

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GUWAHATI, Jan 17 - The State Government, vide a notification dated December 8, 2016, notified a technical committee to revise the Building Bye Laws of the Guwahati Metropolitan Region and make it at par with the Model Bye Laws 2016 published by the Government of India, a press release stated.

The committee has the Additional Commissioner, Guwahati Municipal Corporation, as Chairman and representatives from the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority, Pollution Control Board, Assam, State Fire Services, Assam Engineering College, Forest department, president of the Assam Real Estate and Infrastructure Developers� Association and president of the Architects Association.

In the press statement, AREIDA president PK Sharma said that the Government of India guidelines are much more improved and conducive to the ease of doing business and affordable housing compared to the existing regulations.

He urged the government to amend the byelaws for the other urban areas of Assam as well.

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Govt notifies panel to revise building byelaws

GUWAHATI, Jan 17 - The State Government, vide a notification dated December 8, 2016, notified a technical committee to revise the Building Bye Laws of the Guwahati Metropolitan Region and make it at par with the Model Bye Laws 2016 published by the Government of India, a press release stated.

The committee has the Additional Commissioner, Guwahati Municipal Corporation, as Chairman and representatives from the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority, Pollution Control Board, Assam, State Fire Services, Assam Engineering College, Forest department, president of the Assam Real Estate and Infrastructure Developers� Association and president of the Architects Association.

In the press statement, AREIDA president PK Sharma said that the Government of India guidelines are much more improved and conducive to the ease of doing business and affordable housing compared to the existing regulations.

He urged the government to amend the byelaws for the other urban areas of Assam as well.