The owners will also be allowed to construct lifts as per the design approved by the Plan Approval Committee.
Till now, the board was charging about 15 per cent of the total cost of allotment price along with an amount of Rs 1 lakh for converting any property from leasehold to freehold. The total amount went up to several lakhs.
The committee which has been constituted under the chairmanship of CHB secretary would further review the consultant’s report and recommend where all need-based changes needs to be permitted
Chairman of the Chandigarh Housing Board Maninder Singh confirmed the development.
The auction which was to close early this month will now close on October 31, 2017. Also, as there wasn’t any response, the board has decided that the money can be deposited in six instalments in a period of two and a half years.
The detailed terms and conditions relating to e-auction of these commercial properties on lease hold basis is available on the CHB official website.
It has been decided that in future whenever such a complaint is made, orally or on telephone, the complainant should submit the complaint, in writing, along with supporting documents regarding misuse or illegal construction
A number of cases were pending in several courts regarding false statements or affidavits falsely stating that the applicant does not have a house.
At present, CHB requires original death and other certificates of the allottee for processing the transfer cases.
There are around 64,000 CHB dwelling units spread across 15 sectors in the city.
Administration considering shifting back around 10 per cent employees.
Of 200 flats, only 91 units are for the general category while 50 units have been reserved under assured allotment scheme.
The Chandigarh Master Plan 2031 has laid a lot of stress on providing affordable housing in the city.
The changes to be subject to certain conditions; CHB chairman calls it biggest relief to the owners of dwelling units.
Over the years, the owners of the CHB dwellings have made changes as per their need which have not been regularised by the board in absence of any policy allowing need-based changes.