National Capital Region (NCR) is a unique example of inter-state regional planning and development, covering the entire National Capital Territory of Delhi, thirteen districts of State of Haryana, seven districts of State of Uttar Pradesh and two districts of State of Rajasthan, with the Nation Capital as its core. The National Capital Region (NCR) in India was constituted under the NCRPB Act, 1985 with the key rationale to promote balanced and harmonized development of the Region,and to avoid any haphazard development.
|Under Section 7 of the Act, the functions of the Board are :-|
- To prepare the Regional Plan and the Functional Plans,
- To arrange for the preparation of Sub-region Plans and Project Plans by each of the participating States and the National Capital Territory, Delhi
- To co-ordinate the enforcement and implementation of the Regional Plan, Functional Plans, Sub-regional Plans and project Plans through the participating States and the National Capital Territory, Delhi
- To ensure proper and systematic programming by the participating States and the NCT Delhi in regard to project formulation, determination of priorities in the National Capital Region or Sub-regions, and phasing of development of the National Capital Region in accordance with stages indicated in the Regional Plans;
- To arrange for, and oversee, the financing of selected development projects in the National Capital Region through Central and State Plan, funds and other sources of revenue.
|Under Section 8 of the NCR Planning Board Act, 1985, powers of the Board shall include the powers to :-|
- Call for reports and information from the participating States and the Union territory with regard to preparation, enforcement and implementation of Functional Plans and Sub-regional Plans ;
- Ensure that the preparation, enforcement and implementation of Functional Plan or Sub-Regional Plan, as the case may be, is in conformity with the Regional Plan ;
- Indicate the stages for the implementation of the Regional Plan ;
- Review the implementation of the Regional Plan, Functional Plan, Sub-Regional Plan and Project Plan ;
- Select and approve comprehensive projects, call for priority development and provide such assistance for the implementation of those projects as the Board may deem fit
- Select, in consultation with the State Government concerned, any urban areas, outside the National Capital Region having regard to its location, population and potential for growth, which may be developed in order to achieve the objectives of the Regional Plan ; and
- Entrust to the Committee such other functions as it may consider necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act.
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