Under the policy, the members should not own any house, flat, plot in their own name or in the name of spouse or dependent children in the same urban estate.
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) under chairmanship of statechief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, on Wednesday announced its group housing scheme to provide residential plots for various income groups in its urban estates in the state.
Under the policy, the members should not own any house, flat, plot in their own name or in the name of spouse or dependent children in the same urban estate. The group housing sites in various urban estates of Huda would be sold by e-auction.Out of available group housing sites, 75% would be included in new group housing scheme of Huda whereas, the balance 25% would be kept reserved for allotment of construction of flatted colonies of state or central government departments, their boards, corporations and undertakings.
As per the policy, permission would be granted for only those residential premises which have a minimum plot size equal to 350 square yards (14 marla category), located on roads having a width of at least 24 metres or widest internal road of the sector in case of urban estates or sectors falling in hyper or high potential zones. Whereas, in case of urban estates or sectors falling in medium and low potential zones, permission would be granted for only those residential premises which have a minimum plot size equal to 250 square yards (10 marla category) and are located on roads having a width of at least 18 metres.
The authority also approved policy guidelines for the nursing homes running from residential premises on 14 marla (1 marla=25 sq yards) plots in those sectors of Huda where there is no provision of one kanal plot. tnnIn the meeting it was approved to convert Shop-cum-Flat (SCF) into Shop-cum-Office (SCO) in HUDA shopping centres. It was informed in the meeting that there are 1,173 SCF sites in various urban estates of HUDA and an amount of Rs 190.27 crore is likely to be generated from the conversion of SCFs into SCOs. It was also informed that efforts would be made to increase parking space in the commercial areas of HUDA.
Apart from this, multi storey parking may also be developed, if needed, so as to ensure adequate parking spaces in commercial areas.
It was also decided in the meeting to give one-time relaxation to owners for obtaining occupation certificate for residential and commercial buildings across the state. A facility on the lines of 2001 policy where relaxation would be given for residential and commercial buildings for a limited period from August 15 to December 31, on the occasion of golden jubilee year of the formation of the state.