Mysore Urban Development Authority



Mysore Urban Development Authority was set under the governance of the Karnataka government. Responsible for the proper planning and development of the city of Mysore, the Authority operates in a diverse range of infrastructural fields. Came into being in the year 1988, Mysore Urban Development Authority toady comprises of such departments as computer section, challan section, application section and reception.

The core areas in which the Mysore Urban Development Authority or MUDA operates include town planning, engineering, auction, finance, law, land acquisition and general administration & site. Efficiently providing a successful support system to the city, Mysore Urban Development Authority categorizes its works into two main sections - planning and development.

The planning section of MUDA takes care of:
  • Scheme plans
  • Development plan
  • Approval of building plans
  • Statutory activities under KTCP Act
  • Approval of development plans for group housing and layouts
The development section of Mysore Urban Development Authority deals with:
  • building of commercial complexes
  • planning and implementation of schemes for industrial, residential, civic amenities site and playgrounds and packs and commercial sites
  • development of important infrastructure resources
  • building of residential apartments for low income, middle income and high income groups
Headed by the commissioner Mysore Urban Development Authority controls the planning of the below mentioned locations of Mysore:
  • basti pur
  • Mysore city corporation area
  • bichanakuppe
  • srirangapattana taluk
  • awera halli
Some of the prestigious assignments taken up by the Mysore Urban Development Authority include:
  • high mast lighting
  • heritage park
  • lingambudi tank
  • children's park
  • ring road
Mysore Urban Development Authority is known as the sole functionary of the city which provides successful construction and planning schemes for a better and organized infrastructural framework.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



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