It is safe to say that you are remaining in Bangalore and have pondered what BBMP, BMRDA and BDA represent or what they are engaged with? Here is a look into what these administration bodies are and what their capacities and duties are.
The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is Bangalore’s regulatory body. It is the fourth biggest Municipal Corporation in India after those in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai. It is controlled by a city board which comprises of chose agents called ‘corporators’. BBMP is responsible for taking care of the urban and framework prerequisites of the Greater Bangalore metropolitan region. This incorporates the upkeep and support of the urban and framework resources of the city. It regularly works in conjugation with other community bodies like the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) and Agenda for Bengaluru Infrastructure Development Task Force (ABIDe). A portion of the duties of the BBMP have embraced zoning and building guidelines, guaranteeing wellbeing and cleanliness, being accountable for authorizing, exchange and training, just as the upkeep and support of lung spaces, water bodies, parks and greenery.
BBMP is separated into eight zones in order to make the city’s organization increasingly compelling. These zones are Bommanahalli, Byatarayanapura, Dasarahalli, Mahadevapura and Rajarajeshwari Nagar, other than West zone (10 wards), South zone (10 wards), East zone (10 wards). Wards in West zone are Yeshwanthpur, Malleshwaram, Sanjay Nagar, Mahalakshmipuram, Gayathrinagar, Rajajinagar, Sri Rama Mandira, Gandhinagar, Chickpet and Chamarajpet. Wards in South zone are Binnypet, Govindaraj Nagar, Chandra Layout, Basavanagudi, Jagjivan Ram Nagar, Hanumanth Nagar, Padmanabha Nagar, Jayanagar, Hombegowda Nagar and Madiwala. Wards in East zone are Koramangala, Bharathi Nagar, Shantinagar, Jeevanbheema Nagar, Sarvagna Nagar, Banaswadi, Shivajinagar, Jayamahal, Hebbal and Kadugondanahalli. Each zone is directed by a Joint Commissioner who reports to the BBMP Commissioner.
The Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA) is an independent body responsible for arranging, coordinating and administering the orderly advancement of regions under the Bangalore Metropolitan Region (BMR). This incorporates Bangalore Urban District, Bangalore Rural District and Ramnagar District. It was shaped by the Government of Karnataka under the BMRDA Act 1985. The Spokesperson of the BMRDA is the Chief Minister of Karnataka and the Vice-Chairman is the Minister of Urban Development. Additionally, it likewise incorporates different advancement organizations, senior officers and heads of different divisions also. The BMRDA approved sites in bangalore are increasing in number and the organization is responsible for realizing changes in Urban advancement approaches in the BMR, along these lines helping arranging experts.
The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) goes under the locale of the Government of Karnataka. It is the essential association of the city responsible for arranging. It was framed on Jan sixth, 1976 under the BDA Act, 1976. It was shaped as a successor to the recent City Improvement Trust Board (CITB). It consolidates the arranging elements of the City Planning Authority and the improvement elements of the past CITB. A portion of the central regions of the BDA incorporate arranged improvement of Bangalore, production of value found in the city, the arrangement of locales and administrations and caring for the lodging necessities of monetarily more fragile segments and the underprivileged. It is as of now Bangalore’s biggest land designer and appreciates self-rule in this regard with no other outside power/individual permitted to create land in BMR without the authorization of the BDA.
The BDA is credited with numerous outstanding accomplishments. Most vital among them is the honour it stowed at the ninth Outstanding Bridge National Awards given by the organization of Indian Institute of Bridge, Engineers. This was for building up the superstructure of the Hebbal flyover. Other evaluated accomplishments incorporate reclamation of the Agaram Lake, Benniganahalli Lake and Lalbagh Lake. The BDA is additionally credited with the improvement of different designs in Bangalore. They incorporate designs in Koramangala, Jayanagar, Indiranagar, JP Nagar, Banashankari, Kumaraswamy Layout, Sadashivnagar, Kasturi Nagar, RMV Extension, HRBR Layout, HBR Layout, BTM Layout, HSR Layout, Arkavathy Layout, Vishweshwaraiah Layout, Anjanapura, Nagarbhavi BDA Layout just as formats in BSK fifth and sixth Stage.