BDA e auction: All about Bangalore Development Authority ongoing e-auctions for various sites


Read on to know more about the various departments involved and the ongoing e-auctions in 2022 for various sites across Bangalore city

The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) is responsible for planning, regulating, controlling, monitoring and facilitating sustainable urban development in the Bangalore metropolitan area. Various departments under the BDA undertake these development activities.

 

Bangalore Development Authority (BDA)

 

BDA e-auctions in 2022

Area Initial bid per sq metre
Arkavathy Layout Block II (Jakkur Village) Rs 38,500
Arkavathy Layout Block-XIX (Chellakere Village) Rs 57,800
Arkavathy Layout Block-V (K. Narayanapura Village) Rs 48,100
Arkavathy Layout Block-VI (K. Narayanapura Village) Rs 48,100
Arkavathy Layout 7th Block (Jakkur Village) Rs 48,100
Arkavathy Layout 8th Block (Jakkur Village) Rs 48,100
Arkavathy Layout 3rd Block (Sampigehalli Village) Rs 38,500
Arkavathy Layout 2nd Block (Sampigehalli Village) Rs 38,500
Arkavathy Layout 16th Block (Geddalahalli Village) Rs 48,100
Arkavathy Layout 19th Block (Chellakere Village) Rs 57,800
Arkavathy Layout 17th Block (K Narayanapura Village) Rs 48,100
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 3rd Block Rs 42,300
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 4th Block Rs 44,600
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 4th Block Rs 44,600
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 5th Block Rs 45,500
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 6th Block Rs 45,500
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 6th Block Rs 45,500
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 7th Block Rs 45,500
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 9th Block Rs 45,500
Sir M.Vishveshwaraiah Layout 2nd Block Rs 44,600
Sir M Vishveshwaraiah Layout 8th Block Rs 48,100
NPKL 1st Block 2nd Phase Rs 35,100
NPKL 2nd Block 2nd Phase Rs 35,100
NPKL 2nd Block 2nd Phase Rs 35,100
NPKL 3rd Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
NPKL 4th Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
NPKL 5th Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
NPKL 6th Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
NPKL 7th Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
NPKL 8th Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
HSR 1st Sector, HSR 2nd Sector Rs 1,50,000
HSR 3rd Sector, HSR 4th Sector, HSR 6th Sector Rs 1,50,000
NPKL 9th Block (2nd Phase) Rs 35,100
HRBR Layout 3rd Block (Kacharakanahalli) Rs 1,46,500
Anjanapura Layout 3rd ‘A’ Block Rs 41,000
Anjanapura Layout 4th Block Rs 46,800
Anjanapura Layout 7th Block Rs 44,900
Anjanapura Layout 9th Block Rs 46,800
Banashankari 6th Stage 1st Block, Banashankari 6th Stage 2nd Block Rs 48,800
Banashankari 6th Stage 4th Block Rs 46,200
J.P. Nagara VIII Phase 1st Block, J.P. Nagara VIII Phase 2nd Block Rs 69,700

Besides a host of duties, the BDA also holds various e-auctions. BDA auction sites in Vishweshwaraiah layout and some of the key sites for e-auctions in 2022, are mentioned above. The e-auction was scheduled from February 16, 2022 to March 10, 2022.

For more details regarding BDA e auction 2022 visit the official website or click here.

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How to apply for BDA sites auction?

To apply for BDA e auction, visit the portal  https://eproc.karnataka.gov.in/eprocportal/pages/index.jsp and follow the steps mentioned below:

  • On the home page, click on ‘Auctions’
  • On the next page, select the department as Bangalore Development Authority and auction status as live auction. Then, click on ‘Search’.
  • The page will display the list of sites

Users who wish to participate in the e auction should register themselves on the site by providing relevant details like name, user id, password, email, contact details, PAN, bank details, etc.

  • Select the site number from the list and click on the green icon.
  • Read the terms and conditions carefully and select the right option from yes/no in the next page ‘general conditions of eligibility.’
  • For one site, the auction processing fee is Rs 500 and EMD is Rs 4 lakh. Users can pay the fee through online or offline payment modes.
  • Eligible bidders should upload auction documents like ID proof, address proof, PAN, etc.
  • Complete the declaration and submit the application.
  • In the next step, click on ‘bid’ option and enter the bid amount.

 

What does the BDA do for the Bangalore metropolitan region?

Administrative Department

The administrative department of the BDA looks after allotment of sites, houses, CA sites and their post-allotment work. It is also responsible for the assessment and collection of property tax in Bengaluru for sites / houses and collection of lease amount from commercial shops.

 

Engineering Department

Executes various schemes and undertakes infrastructure works. Water supply and drainage work or even the electrification undertaken by the BDA, BWSSB and BESCOM are monitored by the department.

 

Town Planning Department

This department prepares and revises the Master Plan for the Bengaluru Metropolitan Area, layout plans and also assists the authority.

 

Land Acquisition Department 

The department works closely with the engineering department, to acquire land that is required for various projects.

See also: All about Sub registrar Guidance Value in Bangalore

 

Finance Department

As the name suggests, this department advises the authority on various financial issues and is responsible for the maintenance of accounts.

 

Law Department

The many legal issues and litigations are taken up by the Law Department under the BDA.

 

Special Task Force Department

The Special Task Force Department or the Vigilance Department is responsible for protecting the properties of the BDA and green belt areas from encroachment and unauthorised constructions.

 

Estate Section

This department is responsible for management of property records and their monitoring. It also identifies encroachments on authority land and recovers them. Other departments under the department include the public relation wing, EDP cell, forest and horticulture department, etc.

See also: All about Bengaluru’s Vidhana Soudha

 

Various application forms available on the BDA website

  • Absolute Sale Deed Higher Income Group (HIG) Houses (SFHS) Format
  • Absolute Sale Deed Format
  • Absolute Sale Deed Format Within Lease Period Sale
  • Cancellation Deed Format
  • Absolute Sale Deed Alternate Site Absolute Sale Deed Format
  • Absolute Sale Deed Alternate Site Absolute Sale Deed Format (Death Case)
  • BDA Sample Amendment letter
  • BDA joint vow dealing cases
  • BDA Agreement and Sales Agreement
  • Apply for BDA vacant site building tax
  • BDA letter
  • BDA buyer’s photograph and signature confirmation letter
  • Model Sample Model of BDA Certificate
  • BDA Certificate Release Allowance Art
  • BDA Karnataka Government Format BDA Services under the A_ Karnataka Civil Service Guarantee Act 2011
  • Certificate of BDA objectionable
  • Sample model of BDA border space agreement letter

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FAQ

How can I contact the BDA?

You can write to the Bangalore Development Authority, at systemsmanager-bda@ka.gov.in or speak with them at 080-23442273, 080-23442274, 080-23368615, 080-23445005.

Which are the services under Sakala?

You can use Sakal services to obtain approval for sub-division of a site or amalgamation of sites, to obtain Khata transfer for sites sold or gifted, to obtain Khata transfer for sites in respect of death of the site owner or on the basis of the will.

Where can I get the BDA E-Auction GeoTag Map?

You can find the BDA E-Auction GeoTag Map under the e-auction tab on the landing page of the BDA’s official website.

(With inputs from Sneha Sharon Mammen)

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