[NAME OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT] (PARKING) BYE – LAWS, 2018 — These bye-laws shall extend to the local area of [Name of Local Government]. These bye–laws shall come into force from the date these are published in the official Gazette. Parking Place / Area means an area notified by the Local Government for parking. Parking Equipment means all such equipment which are necessary to regulate parking system including parking infrastructure. Parking Fee means the fee, including fixed or hourly as notified by the [Name of Local Government] for its own parking places / areas and private parking spaces / areas in the plazas, shopping mall and commercial centers. Vehicle means and includes motor cycle, Rickshaw, motor car / jeep and light transport vehicle which is used for carrying goods or used for transportation of passengers within the local area. No person shall establish any parking stand/area and charge parking fee, on any property or on any open space and public park or land vested in or managed, maintained or controlled by a local government on or under a street, road, graveyard or a drain without the sanction of the Local Government.

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THE PUNJAB DEMARCATION, CLASSIFICATION AND NAMING OF LOCAL AREAS RULES, 2019 — They shall come into force at once. The words and expressions used but not defined in the rules shall have the same meanings as are assigned to it in the Act. For the purpose of the rules, every Commissioner shall be the Demarcation Authority for all Local Areas in the respective Division. The Demarcation Authority, inter alia, shall hear and decide all suggestions and objections against the initial proposal under Rule 10. Subject to the provisions of the Act and any regulation or standing instruction on the subject, the Demarcation Officer shall prepare a proposal, to be called the initial proposal, for division of all areas comprising the District, except the areas excluded under sub-section (2) of Section 1 of the Act, into Urban and Rural Local Areas in accordance with Rule 20.

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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENTS (SCHEDULE OF ESTABLISHMENT) RULES, 2018 — They shall extend to all Local Governments except the District Education Authorities and District Health Authorities in the Punjab. They shall come into force with immediate effect. Amendment in the Schedule of Establishment means and include creation, upgradation, down gradation, abolition or conversion of any post. The Government may issue Schedule of Establishment for Local Governments and such schedule may include posts of Municipal Officers Planning, Finance, Regulation and Infrastructure. A newly constituted Local Government shall within thirty days of assuming the charge of the office shall draft its Schedule of Establishment on Form I, duly endorsed by its House provided that the Government may issue Schedule of Establishment in case a Local Government is failed to propose its Schedule of Establishment under sub rule (2) and such Local Government shall adopt it.

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THE PUNJAB VILLAGE PANCHAYATS AND NEIGHBOURHOOD COUNCILS ACT, 2019 — It extends to the whole of the Punjab other than the areas notified as cantonments under the Cantonments Act, 1924 (Act II of 1924), or the Cantonments Ordinance, 2002 (CXXXVII of 2002), in relation to the matters covered there under. It shall come into force at once. As soon as may be, but not later than six months of the commencement of this Act, the Government shall, by a notification in the official gazette, establish areas, excluding the areas notified as cantonments, which shall constitute villages and neighbourhoods for the purpose of this Act. Every village and neighbourhood shall have a common assembly for the purposes of this Act. A common assembly shall comprise of every resident of the respective village or, as the case may be, the respective neighbourhood.

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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 2019 — It shall extend to the whole of the Punjab other than the areas notified as cantonments under the Cantonments Act, 1924 (II of 1924), or the Cantonments Ordinance, 2002 (CXXXVII of 2002) or such other areas as may be notified by the Government for this purpose, in relation to the matters covered there under. It shall come into force at once. All Local Governments constituted or continued under the Punjab Local Government Act, 2013 (Act XVIII of 2013) are hereby dissolved. As soon as may be but not later than one year of the commencement of this Act, the Government shall constitute succeeding local governments in accordance with the provisions of section 15 of this Act. Subject to and to the extent given under this Act, every local government shall have the authority to run the affairs of respective local area without improper interference.

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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENTS (COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS) RULES, 2018 — They shall extend to all local Governments except the Union Councils and District Education Authorities and District Health Authorities in the Punjab. They shall come into force with immediate effect. Community Development Project means where a community organization come forward with a community driven project, by contributing minimum twenty five percent cost of the proposed project, in cash or kind or in both forms, to address their common problems.

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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 2013 (AMENDED UPTO 01-06-2018) — It extends to the whole of the Punjab except the Cantonment areas or any other area excluded by the Government by notification in the official Gazette. It shall come into force on such date as the Government may, by notification, appoint and different dates may be appointed for coming into force of different provisions of this Act. Municipal Services include intra-city network of water supply, sanitation, conservancy, removal and disposal of sullage, refuse, garbage, sewer or storm water, solid or liquid waste, drainage, public toilets, express ways bridges, flyovers, public roads, streets, foot paths, traffic signals, pavements and lighting thereof, public parks, gardens, graveyards, arboriculture, landscaping, billboards, hoardings, firefighting, land use control, zoning, master planning, classification declassification or reclassification of commercial or residential areas, markets, housing, urban or rural infrastructure, environment and construction, maintenance or development of these services and enforcement of any law relating to municipal services.

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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENTS (INTERNAL AUDIT) RULES, 2018 — They shall extend to the Metropolitan Corporation and Municipal Corporations in the Punjab. They shall come into force at once. Internal Audit means an independent advice, appraisal and consulting activity to add value and to improve the service delivery to achieve the objectives of the Local Government, by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENTS (PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORTS OF OFFICERS / OFFICIALS) RULES, 2018 — They shall extend to all Local Governments except the District Education Authorities and District Health Authorities in the Punjab. Report means Performance Evaluation Report of the officers and officials posted in the Local Government and servants of the Local Government, on the forms prescribed by the Government for civil servants. The instructions for the purpose of writing the Performance Evaluation Report forms issued by the Government from time to time shall be followed while writing the reports of officers and officials posted in a Local Government and the servants of a Local Government.

By |2019-05-19T18:03:20+00:00February 1st, 2019|LG&CD|0 Comments
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