UT administrator Shivraj Patil held a review meeting to discuss suggestions submitted by the board of inquiry constituted by the UT administration on Tuesday.
UT finance secretary Sarvjit Singh said all suggestions were discussed in detail and it was decided that a final plan would be sent to the central government for approval.
The board headed by Chandig arh Housing Board chairman Satya Gopa land comprising of then UT chief Sumit Kaur, UT i nformation technolog y secretary Prer na Puri, UT chief engineer S K Chadda, former mayor Ravinder Singh Palli, MC commissioner Vivek Partap Singh and chief planner ministry of urban development (MoUD) had submitted a report earlier this year.
The urban planning department had received nearly 170 objections and suggestions.
The draft would be notified only after getting a clearance from the administrator on suggestions received to be incorporated in the Master Plan.
Apar t from t his, the state gover nments of Punjab and Haryana, Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Panjab University, Chandigarh Beopar Mandal, Federation of Sector Welfare Associations Chandigarh, Indian Institute of Architects Chandigarh-Punjab chapter, and Institute for Spatial Planning and Environment Research, Panchkula, were some of the institutions and bodies that had t a ke n part in the exercise of filing objections.