The civil aviation Ministry will refund the existing building constructions norms of structures near the Begumpet airport with regard to time period taken to issue NOC for height clearance, bringing a lot of relief to property owners circumambient the airport.
Airport Authority of India (AAI) has been focused to prepare Colour Coded Zoning Maps (CCZM) of Airports indicating heights legit in different areas by different colours stated in a letter to Malkajgiri MP Ch. Malla Reddy, minister for Civil aviation P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju, they intimated that they will making down the time period involved in issuance of NOCs by AAI.
No structure above 30 metres can come up in the vicinity of a runway and an NOC from AAI is mandatory. A pilot needs sufficient visibility to be able to safely maneuver after take off or before landing as per AAI norms.
Begumpet airport is fully operational with the Indian Air Force, flying schools, and chartered and VVIP flights using the runway. . Residents complain that a chain of permission is needed for the construction of buildings in the vicinity of Begumpet airport.
“It become bottleneck for construction or development activities as each and every case of the plan has to be referred to the AAI. As existing system, permissions are deferred by seven-eight months, leading to huge fiscal loss to imminent builders near the Air-ports,” said Harish resident of old Bowenpally.
The AAI is held only for issuing NOCs in respect to the Begumpet Airport while defence authorities are culpable for the other two. The Malkajgiri parliamentary constituency is host to three airports, Begumpet, which belon-gs to the civil aviation and Dundigal and Hakimpet owned by the Defence.