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Purab Premium Apartments: GMADA to take back flats if applicants fail to pay remaining fee

According to the officials of GMADA, there are around 50 applicants who have not made full payment even after taking the possession of the flats.

Chandigarh: GMADA to develop markets in four new sectors

GMADA shall develop six commercial pockets. Markets shall be developed with a cost of Rs 39.32 crore.

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Upcoming industrial hub on mind, GMADA amends village master plan

Kurdi village has a total landholding of around 1,477 acres. After the amendments, the GMADA would be able to acquire the land of the farmers.

Kajauli waterworks: Chandigarh to wait more for additional water, new deadline is December 20

Year after year, city mayors and the administration had been setting a deadline and assuring residents of bringing additional water to the city but all in vain.

Chandigarh: GMADA to give two more sports complexes to private firms for maintenance

According to GMADA officials, two sports complexes in sectors 61 (Phase 7) and 65 (Phase 11) shall be handed over to private companies for operation, maintenance and management of the complexes.

Chandigarh: GMADA to hold workshop on regularisation of illegal property

The government has given four months time for reguralising illegal properties. The police was also notified about the same in October. A total of 94 colonies were identified as illegal under the jurisdiction of GMADA.

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Greater Mohali Area Development Authority fetches Rs 716 crore from e-auction

The GMADA officials said that the mixed land use sites measuring 6.69 acres and 5.1 acres located in Sector 62 were auctioned for Rs 219.71 crore and Rs 203.36 crore respectively.

Buyers feel cheated, say GMADA should have cancelled licence earlier

Affected people demand arrest of wife of one of the promoters, the prime accused

GMADA cancels licence of Sky Rock City Welfare Society

According to officials of GMADA, the licence was issued to M/S Sky Rock Welfare Society in May 2014 for developing a residential project in sectors 111 and 112. The project was to be developed in an area of 25 acres of land.

Basic purpose is to bring unplanned area into the planning framework: GMADA official

Chief Administrator (CA) of Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) Ravi Bhagat explains to The Indian Express what shall be the impact of government’s decision of regularising the unauthorised colonies

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