This will be done in lieu of the latest E-Khata system announced in the BBMP budget on Saturday which said to enable the citizens to upload all the required documents and to avail their khatas online itself. Apart from this, the property tax collection which needs to be done will be carried forward by the geographic information system (GIS) in a collection with the Indian Space Research Organisation, according to the chairman of BBMP standing committee, MK Gunashekar (finance and taxation).
To manage Bangalore’s reputation of the country’s famous IT Hub, the BBMP has come out with a new rule which will be in favour of the technology. To ease the builders who own Malur Property and want to convert them for office use, the procedure for getting the plan approvals will be done online. This was cut straight to chase the builders won’t have to run to post to seek clarifications. For this work, new executive engineers will be assigned the work of approvals. They will collectively work with zonal town planning officers.
A digital survey of the whole Commercial, as well as residential plots in Malur, will be carried out which will include tech parks, malls, and other commercial establishments as well as the residential market of Bangalore will be minutely undertaken to ensure accurate evaluation of property tax.