The Haryana government has decided to allow people constructing homes to file a self-declaration mentioning they have followed the building plan in an attempt to streamline the process of issuing occupation certificates.
Under the amended Haryana Building Code, 2017, a person building a home will have to give a “self-certificate” through a recognised architect to the department of town and country planning. The government is expected to issue the occupation certificate (OC) in eight working days if the applicant is found to have followed all the rules of construction.
Officials said the district town planner (DTP) and the assistant town planner (ATP) might conduct random checks of the site to ensure the new rules aren’t misused... Read More
Owning a house in Gurgaon and Delhi is considered a big deal nowadays. Dreams of having your own house seem really impossible and out of budget for a middle-class family with such high priced apartments and bungalows having all the amenities and plush surroundings. But, with Haryana government’s affordable housing scheme in Gurgaon, you can now connect to South Delhi and major commute areas and own your own house at affordable pricing.
Sohna – South of Gurgaon is developing in every possible way and paving its way more and more towards urbanization. With development at such a pace, Sohna is set to become a hub for job opportunities and infrastructure development... Read More
The Huda had acquired land for development work in sectors 57 and 115, but over a period of time some plots were excluded from acquisition by the urban development authority
GURUGRAM: The enforcement wing of department of town and country planning (DTCP) on Monday demolished around two dozen structures, mostly shops along roads and in green belts, in sectors 81 and 95. While six shops were demolished in village Hayatpur, around 18 shops were razed in village Bandh to clear green belts and areas along sector roads.
The Huda had acquired land for development work in sectors 57 and115, but over a period of time some plots were excluded from acquisition by the urban development authority... Read More
PM Narendra Modi announces new Housing Schemes with rebates/discounts on Home Loan interest rates under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). Two new middle income categories have been created under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana in urban areas. Home loans of up to 9 lakhs, will get a 4% interest benefit. For home loans of up to 12 lakhs, an interest rate waiver of 3% will be provided. In villages, those wanting to build or expand their homes will get loans of up to 2 lakh, with a 3% interest relief.
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) renamed from Housing for all by 2022 scheme has been launched by the government. The PM Awas Yojna aims to provide affordable homes to about 20 million families within next 7 years i.e. from 2015 to 2022... Read More
GURUGRAM: Residents of societies along the Dwarka Expressway met MCG commissioner V Umashankar on Saturday to express concern about the lack of public transport in the region that is home to 70,000 people and has thousands of flats being built in sectors along the speedway.
Members of the Dwarka Expressway Association, a group of local residents, discussed many issues related to the sector road development for several residential projects along the expressway and the fact that it is not clear whether developers or government agencies are rresponsible for these roads
“We requested to publish the concerned agency’s name and details on the public domain so that homebuyers or RWAs can follow up with the agency... Read More
GURUGRAM: Thousands of residents living in the new sectors will continue to face connectivity issues, say developers with projects in the new sectors, if a policy intervention addressing issues delaying construction of 24m-wide roads in these sectors (58-118) isn’t taken soon.
According to Master Plan 2031, the 24m approach roads to projects are to be built by the developer/landowner in whose licensed area the road is proposed. However, in many cases, these roads never see light of day as one or more landowners refuse to part with their portions of land for roads.
“Multiplicity of ownership causes a major problem in connectivity in new sectors. For instance, in Sector 62, the 24m approach road passes through projects of three developers... Read More
GURUGRAM: Amid a slow moving realty market, Donald Trump Jr is expected to visit Gurgaon sometime in the next couple of weeks to inaugurate two premium realty projects. While one of these is a residential project, the other is commercial
According to sources close to the development, Trump Jr is expected to visit sometime in mid-November. However, they did not have the exact dates yet.
The residential project is being launched in association with Gurgaon-based developer M3M Group and will be called Trump Towers.
“The deal with The Trump Organisation has been signed and we will soon be launching Trump Towers, which will change the history of luxury real estate in North India, particularly Haryana,” said Pankaj Bansal, director, M3M group... Read More
GURUGRAM: The department of town and country planning has decided that Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) can grant permission for change of land use (CLU) for areas within its jurisdiction. So far, CLU was granted only by DTCP, which has its office in Chandigarh.
One of the main objectives of the move was to ensure that official files do not have to be sent all the way to Chandigarh, but instead can be cleared here itself. In a letter dated November 15, the director of town and planning, T L Satyaprakash, ordered that the entire record of cases of grant of permission for change of land use and related matter be shifted to GMDA. He also directed that the district town planner (DTP) and his staff be attached to GMDA.
“The permission to grant change of land use of any area tha... Read More
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court was informed on Monday that as many as 4,688 homebuyers in 63 residential projects of Unitech had sought refund of their money totalling Rs 1,865 crore, while 3,761 homebuyers opted for getting possession of their flats.
Amicus curiae Pawan Shree Agrawal submitted a chart compiling the responses received from homebuyers in 63 Unitech projects — spread from Noida to Kolkata and Gurgaon to Chennai —between September 22 and October 13. He said as per Unitech, the refund amount was Rs 1,865 crore, while it was Rs 1,961 crore according to homebuyers.
Two days after resigning as solicitor general, senior advocate Ranjit Kumar appeared for Unitech and its managing director Sanjay Chandra, who is in jail, and told the SC, “I have chalked out a plan to pay ev... Read More
In a major shot in the arm for the Narendra Modi government, the report recognises India as one of the top 10 improvers in this year’s assessment.
India leapfrogged into the 100th rank in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings, jumping 30 notches from last year, in an endorsement of the string of reforms implemented by the Narendra Modi government.
The report also recognises India as one of the top 10 improvers in this year’s assessment, having implemented reforms in eight out of 10 Doing Business indicators.
India is the only large country this year to have achieved such a significant shift. On the “distance to frontier metric,” one of the key indicators in the survey, India’s score went from 56.05 in Doing Business 2017 to 60.76 in Doing Business 2018... Read More