Godinho announces Draft Goa Industrial Growth & Investment Promotion Policy, 2022
Policy focuses on supporting existing & local businesses and people, says Industries Minister
PANAJI: Industries Minister Mauvin Godinho today announced the Draft Goa Industrial Growth and Investment Promotion Policy, 2022. The policy is now open to the public.
Addressing the media, Godinho said that policy focuses on supporting existing and local businesses and people: and fiscal and non-fiscal support for local businesses and private players.
“There will be training programs for skilling and entrepreneurship development for local youth incentive for industry offering placements. Also, simplification of land-related clearances for local land-owners to use private,” said Godinho.
He further said that certain reforms under the draft policy simplify online systems and application processes. Reengineering of all department services to reduce timelines and simplify forms B Strengthening of IPB’s role as the single window and creation of common application for all pre-establishment clearances, including land allotment through GIDC
“Sanad conversion is done concurrently with change in land use/ IPA done by For eco-tourism projects in non-restricted cones, land-use change will be simplified, and there will be a Provision to develop an industrial park, food park, tourism hubs, event spaces, etc. in PPP mode or by private investors Special incentives may be offered by the government,” the draft policy states.
The draft policy strengthens IPB’s role as the single window and creation of common application for all pre-establishment clearances, including land allotment through GIDC and will strengthen of grievance redressal system in the state.
Also, there will be transparency and predictability in GIDC land allotment and the application made through IPD single window. Entire land bank to be made available online and allotted through GIDC.
“Single Window Clearance was given through IPB containing all relevant pre-establishment approvals from line departments. The process to be time-bound and fully online & GIDC to take up a required amendment to include logistics as an industry,” the draft policy states.