Bombay High Court requests that CIDCO provide a detailed hoardings policy

The City and Industrial Development Authority (CIDCO) has been ordered by the Bombay High Court to create a suitable policy for handling hoardings, emphasising the necessity of safety audits as opposed to removing all billboards altogether.

According to a Times of India story, Justices Nitin Borkar and Somasekhar Sundaresan referred to CIDCO’s practice of arbitrarily granting removal notices to hoardings as “carpet bombing” during a hearing on May 27 and instead instructed the organisation to develop “some reasonable policy.”

Source – Media 4 Growth

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