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To meet the growing demand for houses, the (Huda) has launched a new group housing scheme""2005 for Gurgaon, Faridabad, Panchkula, Sonepat, Panipat, Rewari and Palwal.
 
Under the scheme, 321 plots of half acre, one acre and one-and-a-half acres will be offered. While 44 plots have been identified for allotment in Panchkula, 30 will be in Gurgaon, 133 in Faridabad, 40 in Sonepat, 22 in Panipat, 19 in Rewari 33 plots in Palwal.
 
Of these, 193 plots are reserved for the general category, 31 for the economically weaker section, 48 for co-operative societies of the state, and central government employees, 17 for co-operative societies of defence personnel and paramilitary forces, 16 each for welfare housing organisations of the state and central government employees and co-operative societies of MPs and MLAs.
 
According to a Huda official, the minimum number of members in a society should be 20 and the maximum can be 90. The booking of plots will start on December 14 and the last date for receipt of applications will be February 14, 2006. Besides Huda estate officers in these towns, branches of Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank, Canara Bank and IDBI Bank have been authorised to issue and receive applications.
 
Under the scheme, Huda will allot group housing sites to the co-operative group housing societies registered with the registrar (co-operative societies), Haryana, and the welfare housing organisations registered with the registrar (firms and societies).
 
For the construction of flats, according to the official, co-operative societies and welfare housing organisations can apply to Huda for registration and allotment of land under the scheme up to February 14.
 
"If the society or organisation completes the construction within three years of the date of offer of possession, 10 per cent rebate on price of land adjustable towards the future instalments shall be given. If construction is not complete within five years, an extension fee will be charged for the extended period of five years," he said.
 
Of the total land, 10 per cent is reserved for EWS, 15 per cent for co-operative societies of state and central government employees, five per cent each for co-operative societies of defence personnel and paramilitary forces, welfare housing organisation of state and central government employees and co-operative societies of MPs and MLAs and 60 per cent for the general category.
 
According to the official, the maximum permissible floor area ratio (FAR) shall be 175 per cent of the site area and population density shall be minimum of 100 per cent per acre to maximum of 300 people per acre at the rate of five per cent per dwelling units. The super area of EWS dwelling units shall be up to 75 square meters and the super area of other dwelling units shall be 76 square meters to 350 square meters.
 
The plots will be allotted on free hold basis at the rate of Rs 5,400 per sq mts for dwelling units sizes above 201 sq mts to 350 sq mts at Panchkula, Rs 6,000 at Gurgaon, Rs 4,320 at Faridabad, Rs 3,360 at Sonepat, Panipat and Palwal and Rs 2,760 at Rewari.
 
The rates for dwelling units sizes above 76 sq mts to 200 sq mts will be Rs 4,500 per sq mts at Panchkula, Rs 5,000 at Gurgaon, Rs 3,600 at Faridabad, Rs 2,800 Sonepat, Panipat and Palwal and Rs 2,300 at Rewari.
 
Similarly, the rates for dwelling units up to 75 sq mts will be Rs 3,600 per sq mts at Panchkula, Rs 4,000 at Gurgaon, Rs 2,880 at Faridabad, Rs 2,240 Sonepat, Panipat and Palwal and Rs 1,840 at Rewari.

 
 

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