DTCP stands for Department of Town and Country Planning, DTCP has its headquarters in Bangalore headed by the director of Town and Country Planning. It has four Divisional Offices at Bengaluru, Mysuru, and Kalaburagi. DTCP was formed under Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act 1961 and Karnataka Urban Development Authorities Act 1987.
The land which is developed on the outskirts of the city limits falls under the jurisdiction of DTCP and requires its approval. Whereas the plots developed in inner-city urban areas need approval from Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA). So if one is looking to buy a property in the form of a plot then he has to make sure the plot developer has taken necessary approvals from DTCP.
Normally DTCP issues a specific number for each real estate project they approve, with the help of this number one can visit the zonal office and verify the details or can check online as well by visiting here and search for the approval. This is a very important factor while investing and the concerned people should be fully aware before proceeding. DTCP approved projects are legal and comply with all necessary paperwork.
Mysore is known as a heritage city and a hub for tourism and development, Mysore is one of the major cities in Karnataka and is considered for its potential investment in real estate. Just 150 kilometers away from Bangalore which is the capital city of the state and Mysore is well connected to different cities and consists of beautiful modern infrastructure.