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GNIDA set to hire consultant for door-to-door land survey

“The survey is aimed at checking if the official record of land acquisition, purchases, allotments, and resumptions matches the on-ground observations. Additionally, it will also help in checking instances of land encroachments,” said a GNIDA official.

 The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) is planning to hire a consultant to conduct for door-to-door survey for the land audit of villages in the city.

In the first phase of the survey, 79 out of 117 villages will be covered.

“The survey is aimed at checking if the official record of land acquisition, purchases, allotments, and resumptions matches the on-ground observations. Additionally, it will also help in checking instances of land encroachments,” said a GNIDA official.

Tasks under the initiative will include preparation, managing and updating the land records on a weekly basis so that the data is readily available for the concerned Greater Noida Authority officials.

Unique digital numbers will be assigned to all the plots and unidentified plots which are vacant, or not allotted by GNIDA will also be identified.

The door-to-door survey will be done using GPS-enabled devices to capture photographs of plots or buildings in their current condition and geotag them to the survey data, identify and digitise the boundaries of allotted GNIDA areas within the specified timeframe, assign a unique identification number to each unit during the survey and map boundaries of all notified villages.

The consultant will also identify deviations between land acquired and land under the GNIDA’s possession within notified areas.

If the numbers overlap on the online records, the authority will get a clear understanding of the original ownership, details of purchase/ acquisition and details of any ongoing or past litigation.

In case a particular plot has undergone litigation and has been awarded in favour of the GNIDA, the record should reflect this scenario.

In case a particular plot has undergone litigation and has been awarded in favour of GNIDA, the plot should reflect the same.

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