High Court issues notice to Chandigarh on stilt parking

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High Court issues notice to Chandigarh on stilt parking

High Court issues notice to Chandigarh on stilt parking

High Court issues notice to Chandigarh on stilt parking: The Punjab and Haryana High Court today put the UT Administration on notice on a petition seeking directions for allowing “stilt parking” with at least three stories to address the parking issue and to retain the progressive character of the city.

The notice by the Bench of Justice Tejinder Singh Dhindsa and Justice Vinod S Bhardwaj came on a petition filed against the Union of India and other respondents by Hemant Goswami through counsel APS Shergill.

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A stilt car parking is a partially covered parking spot on the ground floor of a building. In the writ petition, Goswami has prayed for specific directions to ensure that the respondents put in place their own announcements and policy declaration on allowing stilt parking in residential plots in Chandigarh.

High Court issues notice to Chandigarh on stilt parking

The petition demanded that “the respondents should allow at least 50 per cent reduction in house tax and/or such other incentives, as already announced by them in the 2017 policy, for all such new/reconstructed resident units/apartments where additional arrangement for parking is made, whether at the stilt level, or otherwise.”

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Goswami added that allowing stilt was a step in the right direction as it would help Chandigarh take care of the parking problem and also address the issue of the growing population.

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