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Panel to study AP builders' woes

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HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has agreed to set up a sub-committee to look into the problems being faced by the builders. The committee comprising Planning officials would recommend measures to sort out the problems. The decision was taken at a meeting with builders convened by Mr D. Sudhir Reddy, Chairman of HUDA.

The meeting focussed on issues like getting permissions, reducing the development charges and some amendments to Government Order No. 423 that triggered unhealthy competition among the builders.

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