[ecis2016.org] The Bathinda Development Authority works towards the comprehensive and orderly development in Punjab
The Bathinda Development Authority (BDA) was established in 2007, to carry out the sustainable development of the city. All the planning that goes into strengthening the city, comes from the BDA, which eventually leads to the creation of many growth centres and infrastructure facilities.
Citizen services on Bathinda Development Authority website
There are many services available online on the BDA website. These include:
- E-water bill
- Know grievance status
- RTI status
- Single window status
- Online payments related to property
- Regularisation of unauthorised colonies
To avail of any of the above-mentioned services, you need to visit the official website of the BDA or click here.
Next, look for the ‘E-services’ tab and click on the service you wish to avail.
E-auctions on BDA
Once you click on e-auctions, you will be redirected to the Punjab Urban Development Authority and Regional Development Authorities E-auction portal. You will be able to see all the live auctions on the main page. Click on the particular e-auction you are interested in, to proceed.
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E-tendering through BDA
Once you click on ‘E-tendering’, you will be redirected to the Tenders Punjab portal. You will need to create your login, if you are a bidder. This facility reduces the tendering cycle time and also the indirect costs and enhances transparency in procurement.
Know your property details and status on BDA
To know more about your plot or property, simply click on ‘Know Property Details’ under the E-services tab. You will be redirected to the site. It may happen that you are redirected to another authority’s page. In that case, choose the appropriate authority listed on the right-hand side and choose Bathinda Development Authority.
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Enter the location details, followed by the sector, usage type and property type. You can also search by property number or form number. Click ‘View’ to see the details of your property.
Similarly, to check the status of your property, click on ‘Know Property Status’ to proceed.
Bathinda Development Authority E-water bill
You will be directed to the following page, once you click on the e-water bill payment portal. All you need to do is select your property and the location.
Check grievance status on BDA
Click on the service option to be directed to the following screen. Then, choose the location from the drop down menu. Enter the complaint number and you can see the status of your grievance.
RTI status on BDA
When you choose the RTI status services, you will be led to the following screen. Simply enter the location, application reference ID, diary number and diary year, to proceed.
BDA single window status
Enter the location, application reference ID, diary number and diary year, to see the status.
[ecis2016.org] All about Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority (PUDA)
In order to bring planned development in unauthorised colonies, the Punjab government enacted the Punjab Laws (Special Provisions) Act, 2013, which was re-enacted in the year 2014 and further re-enacted in the year 2016. Policies related to compounding of unauthorised colonies and for the regularisation of plots or buildings falling under unauthorised colonies, were also introduced.
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How to apply offline for regularisation
Step 1: Download application form from here or collect it from the Sewa Kendras/HDFC Bank.
Step 2: Fill the application form manually and submit it to the nearest Sewa Kendra/HDFC Bank, along with the required documents (eight copies in case of colonies and four copies in case of plots/buildings).
Step 3: The applicants can make payments through credit card/debit card/internet banking/POS or in the form of demand draft in favour of Chief Administrator PUDA.
Step 4: Collect the receipt of the submitted file with the computer-generated application number on it.
How to apply online for regularisation
Step 1: Visit this website and click on ‘Apply Online’.
Step 2: Register yourself and select one of the options for applying:
- Applied under New Policy
- Applied under Previous Policy
Step 3: Fill the application form and upload the required documents.
Step 4: Make the requisite payment through credit card/debit card/net banking.
Step 5: Take a printout of completed application form and receipt from the website and submit the same to the nearest Sewa Kendra/HDFC Bank, along with the required documents (eight copies in case of colonies and four copies in case of plots/buildings).
What are the developer services available on Bathinda Development Authority website?
Developer services available on Bathinda Development Authority website include guidelines for mega and super mega projects, issue of license for setting up colonies under the PAPRA Act, permission for change of land use, RERA application form, etc.
Where do I view local planning map on BDA website?
Simply log on to the BDA website and go to Master Plan > Local Planning Area > BDA and choose from the list of areas.
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