Plotting Of Land In Less Than Four Annas Prohibited In Kathmandu Valley

June 8, 2022 | Investopaper

The government has now made a provision that the plotting of land in less than 130 square meters (four annas) will not be allowed in the Kathmandu Valley for residential purposes and for building houses. In case of land plotted in less than 130 square meters and less than 500 square meters, the length should not be more than four times the width.

Such a provision has been made through the Land Use Regulation-2079 prepared by the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation.

Similarly, the land designated as agricultural area in Kathmandu Valley will not be allowed to be plotted less than 15.73 acres and less than 500 square meters. 

The government has classified the land as cultivable land, industrial land, residential land, mining and mineral area, forest area, river, river, lake, wetland area, area of ​​public use, area of ​​cultural and archeological importance.


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