Difference between BDA and BMRDA December 30th, 2011 Posted in Investments
What is BDA?
The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) came into being with effect from 6th January 1976 under a separate Act of the State Legislature viz. the BDA Act 1976. This Authority combined in itself the Planning functions of the City Planning Authority and the developmental functions of the erstwhile CITB.
The Bangalore Development Authority came into existence in 1976 as a successor to the erstwhile City Improvement Trust Board. Development of Bangalore in a planned manner, creating quality infrastructure, provision of sites and services and catering to the housing needs of the under privileged are the focus areas of the BDA.
Source — http://www.bdabangalore.org/
What is BMRDA?
Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA) is an autonomous body created by the Government of Karnataka under the BMRDA Act 1985 for the purpose of planning, coordinating and supervising the proper and orderly development of the areas within the Bangalore Metropolitan Region (BMR), which comprises Bangalore urban district, Bangalore rural district and Ramanagara district.
Source — http://www.bmrda.kar.nic.in/
Major difference between BDA and BMRDA
As per the Structure Plan, apart from BMA (BDA jurisdiction), the rest of the Bangalore Metropolitan Region [BMR] is divided in to five Area Planning Zones (APZ’s) and six Interstitial Zones (IZ’s). The APZ’s are proposed along the corridors, which are (1) Bangalore-Bidadi (2) Bangalore-Nelamangala (3) Bangalore-Devanahalli (4) Bangalore– Whitefield, Hoskote (5) Bangalore-Anekal, Sarjapur-Hosur.
Conclusion — Difference between BDA and BMRDA
BDA and BMRDA are two different functional bodies differentiated based on jurisdiction.
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