Haryana Housing Board to provide affordable housing schemes in villages where the panchayats are ready to provide land

NIK BUREAU

CHANDIGARH:

Haryana Housing Board will provide affordable housing schemes in villages where the panchayats are ready to provide land and the “housing schemes” would be feasible, Housing Board Chairman  Jawahar Yadav said on Saturday.

The Haryana Housing Board has recorded the highest-ever gross profit of over Rs 41.47 crore during the financial year 2016-17. The Board has offered about 17,000 houses to allottees for possession since February 2016.

The Board has expedited its allotment process which has enhanced the profit to such a huge extent. It has allotted about 2,000 houses per month to the applicant allottees by holding a draw of lots for several estates.

Mr.Yadav disclosed that the Board had recently held the draw of successful applicants of a housing scheme in Sector-31, Panchkula for allotment of flats to defence personnel or paramilitary forces. Allotment letters for the same had already been issued and the flats would be ready for possession within two years. He said that draw of 434 flats for industrial units or entrepreneurs and industrial workers for Barhi in district Sonipat would be held in the month of September. Apart from this, draw for allotment of BPL flats in Rewari, Narwana and Bahadurgarh would also be held in September 2017, added

The draw of 434 flats for industrial units or entrepreneurs and industrial workers for Barhi in district Sonipat would be held this month.Also, the draw for allotment of BPL flats in Rewari, Narwana and Bahadurgarh would be held this month.

The Board had also decided that the unsold housing stock of about 6,800 houses either surrendered or remained unallotted due to one or other reason would also be advertised at the earliest in the same category, preferably in September-October, he added.

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