Published on : Saturday, July 20, 2019
For attracting more tourists and easing the setting up of tourism-related projects, Rajasthan has recently revamped its tourism unit policy. One of the major aspects of this policy will include high priority to tourism infrastructure and simplifying building new hotel projects with easy availability of land and incentives. Shailendra Agarwal, principal secretary for tourism in Rajasthan that the State Government is keenly favoring setting up of new hotels and resorts. The policy focuses on finest utilization of the affluent and rich tourism resources of the state.
The policy includes free conversion of land for new tourism units in both rural and urban areas. New tourism units in urban areas also do not have to pay any development charges.
No conversion charges would be levied on existing Heritage Hotels and other properties in both urban and rural areas.