Absence of public entrance at Corporation OSR Park restricts entry for local residents & common public. Commercial establishment dominate & enjoys Public Park:

A public park has been constructed on the Open Space Reservation (OSR) space of Olympia Towers a commercial establishment majorly occupied with IT & IT enabled compalines. This OSR Park in the entrance of Olympia Towers is situated on Jawaharlal Nehru Road (100 Ft. Rd.) Guindy lying on ward 170, Zone 13 of Chennai Corporation.

The OSR Park does not have a common entrance for the public to visit the park. Any public who needs to enter the park has to enter via the main entrance of Olympia Park. Public who wishes to enter the OSR Park is being detained by the security of Olympia Park and refuses to permit them from entering into the park.

Since the OSR Park does not have a common entrance, the local residents and other public are unable to utilise the park. As per provision under section 19(1)(iii)(iv) and (vi) of the Development Control Rules, the lands reserved for as Open Space, Roads, Parks and Playgrounds etc. shall be retained for the public purpose as specified in the approved layout by the C.M.D.A. and Director of Town Country Planning, shall be vested with the local body. These lands were automatically vested as the property of the respective local body prior to the introduction of handing over these lands with a registered gift deed. Nowadays, these kind of lands are being taken over from the respective layout promoters/TNHB/TNSCB etc. by a registered gift deed after getting resolution from the council as per provisions under section 74 of CCMC Act.

The lands so reserved shall be free from construction/encroachment. These lands can be utilised only for the purpose for which it was reserved. If it is decided to change the usage, permission of Govt. should be obtained after getting resolution of council and proposals may be sent through the CMDA to the Govt. The reserved land shall not be sold or let out to any Govt. dept./private individuals. But this can be permitted for maintenance if requested by the respective Residence Association or Flat Owners Association for a specific period after getting resolution of the Council.

No permanent structure can be made in any of these lands without prior permission of the Government as per provisions under section 8 of the Tamil Nadu Parks, Play Fields and Open Spaces (Preservation and Regulation) Act, 1959

Hope the authorities of the Chennai Corporation including the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and the Councillor of the respective ward initiate necessary action to make provision for constructing a separate entrance for the convenience of thelocal residents & common public to enter the park.
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Absence of public entrance at Corporation OSR Park restricts entry for local residents & common public. Commercial establishment dominate & enjoys Public Park:

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A public park has been constructed on the Open Space Reservation (OSR) space of Olympia Towers a commercial establishment majorly occupied with IT & IT enabled compalines. This OSR Park in the entrance of Olympia Towers is situated on Jawaharlal Nehru Road (100 Ft. Rd.) Guindy lying on ward 170, Zone 13 of Chennai Corporation.

The OSR Park does not have a common entrance for the public to visit the park. Any public who needs to enter the park has to enter via the main entrance of Olympia Park. Public who wishes to enter the OSR Park is being detained by the security of Olympia Park and refuses to permit them from entering into the park.

Since the OSR Park does not have a common entrance, the local residents and other public are unable to utilise the park. As per provision under section 19(1)(iii)(iv) and (vi) of the Development Control Rules, the lands reserved for as Open Space, Roads, Parks and Playgrounds etc. shall be retained for the public purpose as specified in the approved layout by the C.M.D.A. and Director of Town Country Planning, shall be vested with the local body. These lands were automatically vested as the property of the respective local body prior to the introduction of handing over these lands with a registered gift deed. Nowadays, these kind of lands are being taken over from the respective layout promoters/TNHB/TNSCB etc. by a registered gift deed after getting resolution from the council as per provisions under section 74 of CCMC Act.

The lands so reserved shall be free from construction/encroachment. These lands can be utilised only for the purpose for which it was reserved. If it is decided to change the usage, permission of Govt. should be obtained after getting resolution of council and proposals may be sent through the CMDA to the Govt. The reserved land shall not be sold or let out to any Govt. dept./private individuals. But this can be permitted for maintenance if requested by the respective Residence Association or Flat Owners Association for a specific period after getting resolution of the Council.

No permanent structure can be made in any of these lands without prior permission of the Government as per provisions under section 8 of the Tamil Nadu Parks, Play Fields and Open Spaces (Preservation and Regulation) Act, 1959

Hope the authorities of the Chennai Corporation including the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and the Councillor of the respective ward initiate necessary action to make provision for constructing a separate entrance for the convenience of thelocal residents & common public to enter the park.
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