On Friday, Town and Country Planning Minister Vishwajit Rane announced that the department will soon get the software to help the officials track the illegalities sitting in the office.
“TCP should not only be about conversions but also focus on planning, which relies on a proper framework that takes into account the current and future needs of the state. Keeping this in mind, a review meeting was held with the TCP Department in the presence of Chief Town Planners, Deputy Town Planners and Member Secretaries of the PDA,” said Rane.
He said that moving forward, the department wants to present an all-encompassing solution to the challenges faced by the people and the department. Strategies were discussed on how files should be moving on a war footing and creating a narrative on investments and development of the state, he added.
Rane said, “a software will be soon acquired by the department that gives us a real-time assessment of projects to track illegalities sitting in office”.
Explaining further, he said a technical committee will be formed to draw sustainable plans which will have a massive impact on the economy, ecology and quality of life.
This committee will ensure decisions are orderly and in line with a specific vision, he stated.
Further, he added these monthly review meetings will help us in forward thinking and thorough planning, which will improve the efficiency and functionality of the department.