Over 30,000 plots planned in 47 new sectors: Khattar

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 13

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday announced the Faridabad Metro Development Authority (FMDA), 47 sectors by the Haryana Shehari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) and four-storey residential buildings, among other things.

He made the announcements at a press conference here.

“As Faridabad is the second largest city of the state after Gurugram, it had been decided to constitute the FMDA on the pattern of the Gurugram Metro Development Authority (GMDA). With this, Faridabad people will have access to all infrastructure facilities in the city,” the CM said.

Khattar said that of the 47 new sectors, nine —including a defence sector — will be floated in the current financial year. Three sectors will come up in Mahendragarh, and one each in Bhiwani, Yamunanagar, Dabwali, Taoru and Pinjore A sector exclusively for defence personnel is likely to be carved out in Jhajjar.

The HSVP plans to float 30,470 plots in 47 residential sectors across the state.

The state government has allowed the construction of four-storey residential buildings, he said, adding that floor-wise registration would start on Thursday. “The Haryana Building Code 2017 had been framed to bring uniformity in bylaws adopted by development agencies.”

To address the problem of parking in residential areas, a provision of stilt parking had been made, Khattar said.

The government has decided to constitute an appellate tribunal to hear complaints of allottees against decisions of the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (HRERA). The office of the appellate tribunal will be in Karnal.

To bring transparency in the allotment of sites for petrol pumps and CNG filling stations, the government has decided to allot the sites through auction.

Land licence ‘lapsed’

Chandigarh: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Thursday the licence of a piece of land in Gurugram’s Sector 83 which was sold by Robert Vadra’s firm Skylight Hospitality to realty major DLF had “deemed to have lapsed”. “Licence, if not renewed, is deemed to have lapsed,” Khattar told the media. TNS

On anvil 

  • Formation of the Faridabad Metro Development Authority
  • Floor-wise registration and construction of four-storey buildings allowed
  • Appellate tribunal to hear complaints against the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority 
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