Owners of canceled homes now have until December 31

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Chandigarh. Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) has given relief to landlords in the matter of cancellation of allotment of flats if violations are found. The board has given these owners until December 31. No action will be taken during this time. However, the board has said that till then the awardees themselves should remove the violations and deposit the reactivation amount.
The CHB Board meeting was held on Tuesday under the chairmanship of CHB Chairman and Advisor Dharampal. In the meeting it was decided that in the coming days about 100 properties of CHB will be auctioned electronically. All of these will be rented. Your reservation price will also be reduced. The board also suspended the immediate housing transfer scheme. Board officials claim that the e-office module and online system are doing people’s work quickly, so there is no need for an immediate scheme. After the meeting, Advisor Dharampal said that Chandigarh is a planned city. The Housing Board is trying to make a need based change and maintain the unique character of Chandigarh. He said that the board has made all its facilities online so that people at least have to come to the CHB office.
Need-based switching was not allowed on Delhi lines
People hoping for relief in terms of need-based change in homes have had a setback. The commission constituted by CHB has submitted its report on this matter. The committee has refused to implement a need-based change on Delhi’s lines in the report. The report was discussed this Tuesday in a meeting of the Board of Directors. The board has given some relief to the people. The report said that Chandigarh is a planned city, which cannot be compared to Delhi. There is a high probability of earthquakes, so these changes can be a threat to public property and human life.
recommendation made by the commission
– The removal of walls over 115 mm thick will be allowed in independent houses, but a certificate of structural stability must be provided.
– The earlier restriction of 50% of rear yard/terrace area for additional construction in MIG/HIG houses may be increased to 75% subject to the condition of 150 sq.ft as in EWS/LIG houses.
– The concurrence of all the awardees of the island will not be necessary for the construction of the elevator
Additional FARs may be permitted in detached houses. A fee equal to 35 percent of the current collection rate will be payable
The brick front wall can be replaced with a sliding door in CHB houses
Solar panels on the roof can be installed at the allottee’s expense with the consent of all allottees on the island, but a certificate of structural stability will be required for this.
– The total capacity of the water tank can be increased up to 1000 liters with structural stability certification

Chandigarh. Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) has given relief to landlords in the matter of cancellation of allotment of flats if violations are found. The board has given these owners until December 31. No action will be taken during this time. However, the board has said that till then the awardees themselves should remove the violations and deposit the reactivation amount.

The CHB Board meeting was held on Tuesday under the chairmanship of CHB Chairman and Advisor Dharampal. In the meeting it was decided that in the coming days about 100 properties of CHB will be auctioned electronically. All of these will be rented. Your reservation price will also be reduced. The board also suspended the immediate housing transfer scheme. Board officials claim that the e-office module and online system are doing people’s work quickly, so there is no need for an immediate scheme. After the meeting, Advisor Dharampal said that Chandigarh is a planned city. The Housing Board is trying to make a need based change and maintain the unique character of Chandigarh. He said that the board has made all its facilities online so that people at least have to come to the CHB office.

Need-based switching was not allowed on Delhi lines

People hoping for relief in terms of need-based change in homes have had a setback. The commission constituted by CHB has submitted its report on this matter. The committee has refused to implement a need-based change on Delhi’s lines in the report. The report was discussed this Tuesday in a meeting of the Board of Directors. The board has given some relief to the people. The report said that Chandigarh is a planned city, which cannot be compared to Delhi. There is a high probability of earthquakes, so these changes can be a threat to public property and human life.

recommendation made by the commission

– The removal of walls over 115 mm thick will be allowed in independent houses, but a certificate of structural stability must be provided.

– The earlier restriction of 50% of rear yard/terrace area for additional construction in MIG/HIG houses may be increased to 75% subject to the condition of 150 sq.ft as in EWS/LIG houses.

– The concurrence of all the awardees of the island will not be necessary for the construction of the elevator

Additional FARs may be permitted in detached houses. A fee equal to 35 percent of the current collection rate will be payable

The brick front wall can be replaced with a sliding door in CHB houses

Solar panels on the roof can be installed at the allottee’s expense with the consent of all allottees on the island, but a certificate of structural stability will be required for this.

– The total capacity of the water tank can be increased up to 1000 liters with structural stability certification

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