Under the Deendayal Jan Awas Yojana, now residential colonies will also be developed in Gurgaon-Manesar Development Plan. Under this policy of the Town and Country Planning Department, licenses were given to develop these colonies in 10 to 15 acres of land in the lower and middle-class cities, but now the policy is being changed to give licenses in big cities too. is. The new policy is expected to come out by next week.
The builder was licensed to develop plotted colonies on 100 acres on behalf of the Town and Country Planning Department. Under the Deendayal Jan Awaas Yojana launched in 2016, licenses were started in 10 to 15 acres under this policy in low and middle-potential cities, but Gurgaon was kept away from this policy. Now, this policy is being amended on increasing demand. And, 152 licenses given to new colonies under the scheme. These include 1 in Bawal, 12 in Dharuhera, 3 in Farrukhnagar, 2 in Manesar-Bawal Investment Plan, 2 in Pataudi, 3 in Rewari, 10 colonies in Sohna.
TCP, DTP, RS Bath told that the implementation of Deendayal Jan Awas Yojana will put an end to illegal colonies. The builder will be able to get a license to develop a residential plotted colony on 10 acres. Till now license was given to develop a plotted colony on 100 acres. The policy is expected to be amended by next week. Here are the proposed amendments:
- Maximum size of plot under this policy will be 150 square meters
- Maximum time to build the colony is 7 years
- Until the internal development works are completed, the builder will not have the right to sell 50 percent of the plot. This plots will remain to be frozen.
- 240 to 400 people per acre
- The minimum width of the roads will be 9 meters and will be FAR 2.0