Paradip Port Trust (PPT) for revision of its Scale of Rates for allotment of Port Land and Built up premises outside the custom bounded area

Paradip Port Trust (PPT) for revision of its Scale of Rates for allotment of Port Land and Built up premises outside the custom bounded area

TARIFF AUTHORITY FOR MAJOR PORTS

NOTIFICATION

Mumbai, the 25th March, 2021

No. TAMP/7/2021-PPT.—In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 49 of the Major Port Trusts Act, 1963 (38 of 1963), the Tariff Authority for Major Ports hereby disposes of the proposal received from Paradip Port Trust for revision of its Scale of Rates for allotment of Port Land and Built up premises outside the custom bounded area, as in the Order appended hereto.

TARIFF AUTHORITY FOR MAJOR PORTS

Case No. TAMP/7/2021-PPT

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust - - - Applicant

QUORUM

(i) Shri T.S. Balasubramanian, Member (Finance)

(ii) Shri Sunil Kumar Singh, Member (Economic)

ORDER

(Passed on this 16th day of March, 2021)

This case relates to a proposal filed by the Paradip Port Trust (PPT) for revision of its Scale of Rates for allotment of Port Land and Built up premises outside the custom bounded area.

Paradip Port Trust

2.1. The lease rentals for the Port land (developed and undeveloped) outside the custom bond area at Township Zone, Industrial zone, Sector-21 Zone and Haridaspur for leasing and licensing purpose for non-Port related activities, for the first time, by this Authority vide Order No. TAMP/53/2014-PPT dated 15 May 2015, for a period of five years.

2.2. Subsequently, based on a separate proposal filed by PPT in April 2016, this Authority vide its Order no. TAMP/26/2016-PPT dated 08 February 2017 notified on 21 March 2017 had fixed the rentals for temporary allotment of open space on licence basis outside Custom bound area for non-port related activities and the Way Leave charges.

2.3. The validity of the lease rent fixed vide both the aforesaid Orders has expired on 16 July 2020. Based on the request made by PPT, this Authority vide its Order dated 08 September 2020 has extended the validity upto 16 January 2021.

2.4. In this backdrop, the PPT vide its letter No. AD-EST-MISC-III-06/2011 (Vol-II)/489 dated 11 January 2021 has submitted its proposal for revision of the lease rentals

3.1. The submission made by the PPT in its letter dated 11 January 2021 are given below:

(i) The Scale of Rates for allotment of Port land and built up space for non-port related activities, was approved and notified last by TAMP, vide Notification No. TAMP/53/2014 PPT dated 11.06.2015, which was effective from 11.07.2015 to 10.07.2020 and ROW and open space was notified by TAMP, vide notification No. TAMP/26/2016- PPT dated 23.02.2017, which became effective from the date of notification with validation upto 10.07.2020.

(ii) After completion of stipulated period, PPT appointed a registered valuer, through bidding process for undertaking the valuation process for Port Land & built up premises vide No. AD-EST-MISC- III-06/2011 (VOL-II)/1192, dated 09.03.2020.

(iii) Due to Pandemic situation, the above work could not be completed within stipulated time, for which based on the request of appointed valuer, extension order was issued vide No. AD-EST-MISC-III- 06/2011 (VOL-II)/1631 dated 12.05.2020.

(iv) Thereafter, PPT had requested TAMP to extend the validity of present SOR for a further period of six months w.e.f. 11.07.2020, as the actual market value assessment may not be realistic due to COVID-19 situation.

(v) The Land Allotment committee (LAC) recommended the SOR based on the report submitted by the valuer and the same was approved by the Board, vide resolution No. 73/2020-21 dated 18.12.2020.

(vi) In view of above, TAMP is requested to approve the SOR recommended by the LAC and by its Board of Trustees for allotment of Port land on various zones outside the custom bounded area on license basis for non-port related activities and allotment of open space & Right of way and non- residential buildings outside the custom bound area.

3.2. The other main points contained in PPT‘s proposal dated 11 January 2021 are given below:

(i) Description of the Property:

(a) Land spread over an area of AC 4110.54 Dec in four revenue villages namely Bhitargarh, Bijayachandrapur, sandhakuda and Nua-Sandhakuda.

(b) AC. 20.00 Dec of land at Haridaspur, Berhampur sasan, Jaipur.

(c) About more than 1200 market units (Non-Residential) buildings are available with PPT for allotment to the Port users.

(d) The Property comprising of port land including Haridaspur has been divided into following areas, based on their land use, location, social status of area, accessibility of proximity of public transport and other relevant factors.

(i) Madhuban Area

(ii) V. Point, badpadia area.

(iii) Nuasandhakuda area.

(iv) Nuabazar area.

(v) Brundaban colony area.

(vi) Atharbanki area.

(vii) Sector – 21 area.

(viii) Haridaspur area.

(e) Further the above area has been largely grouped into 3 zones within port limit and another zone outside of the port limit as follows:

Area within the Port Limit ................... Click here to read more.

Source: http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2021/226583.pdf

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