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1,500 low-cost flats in Gurgaon & Rewari up for grabs

05 Oct 2016

apartmentsGURGAON: In last five years, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has found no takers for its low-cost Ashiana flats in Gurgaon & Rewari. Constructed for people belonging to the economically weaker section (EWS), not a single flat could be allotted to the beneficiaries, as the urban development authority failed to identify eligible recipients.

In a fresh bid to allot low cost flats, Huda has invited applications for around 1,500 houses. Around 1,088 flats located in Gurgaon’s Sector 47 and another 408 flats in Rewari’s Sector 18 are up for grab.

The low-cost housing for EWS had been approved in October 2009 and Huda had begun the construction work as part of its Ashiana project, under its integrated housing and slum dwellers programme (IHSDP), to provide an hygienic living space with basic amenities to slum dwellers.

Huda constructed around 9,990 low-cost units in urban areas of the state, including Gurgaon and Faridabad, with allotment preference given to encroachers of government land who had approached courts for regularisation of long-existing colonies and providing alternative shelter before eviction.

A total of 1,088 units were constructed in Gurgaon at the cost of Rs 40 crores, the first lot of 560 units was constructed in 2010 while another 528 units were constructed in 2014-15. A report submitted in the state assembly in 2015, had mentioned that 204 applications were received from Gurgaon, but none were found to be eligible. This time, Huda has clearly mentioned the eligibility criteria while inviting applications. The Ashiana flats will be allotted to slum dwellers, people who have encroached upon government land and have been staying there for more than five years, people with BPL card and people from EWS category.

“We have invited applications and only after their scrutiny, units will be allotted to the eligible through draw,” said Huda administrator Yashpal Yadav. The units are available in two sizes – 30.60 square metre and 34.30 square metre — and it will cost in between Rs 3.70 lakh and Rs 3.90 lakh.

By Sanjay Bansal | Founder & CEO | Affordable Homes India

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