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The Jammu Development Authority was created in 1970, under the J & K Development Act No. XIX of 1970. It was transferred as a resource all the vacant Nazool land located within 13 km radius of the Jammu city. With this land bank and a handful of human resource, JDA started its odyssey to manage the land, develop it to create better infrastructure and in the process catering to the needs and demands of the fast expanding Jammu urban area. Over the years it succeeded in creating significant infrastructure, commercial and office complexes, residential colonies, parks and green belts beautiful rotaries with statues and institutions of art. It also prepared Master Plans for the Jammu City. In its journey spanning more than four decades, it has left indelible mark every where. Read more >>>>>


With rapid pace of urbanization and development of economic activities in Jammu, the city's influence has been increasing in range and impact. Growth of Jammu Urban Agglomeration has been very fast which can be adjudged from the trend of decadal change in the urban population in its adjoining tehsils. Many villages in Bishnah, Samba, RS Pura and Jammu tehsils have already been engulfed by the sprawl of Jammu city. In view of the large horizon period upto year 2032, the projected population growth cannot be limited to the existing boundaries; hence limits to contiguous areas of Jammu & Samba Districts. The proposed Jammu LPA-2032 spreading over an area of 652.33 sq. km includes 355.113 sq. km of Net-Proposed Area (54.43%) and 297.217 sq. km of Undeveloped Area (45.57%) includes the whole Municipal Corporation of Jammu, Municipal Committees of Ghomanhasan, Bishnah M.C, Bari Brahmana M.C and Vijaypur. Total villages included in JMP are 324 which also include 103 villages of extended local area of JDA (Notified vide SRO no. 83. Dated 9th March, 2016) Read more >>>>>



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