POSSESSION OF PLOT



POSSESSION OF PLOT

For taking possession an application on plain paper is required to be submitted by the allottee duly signed by him/her. The allottee must ensure that all the outstanding dues have been paid. After verification of signatures of the allottee from the record, the possession of the plot is delivered to the allottee.

ZONING PLAN REGULATIONS

For the construction of buildings on the allotted parcels of the land, HUDA has framed detailed Building Byelaws and Zoning plans. Zoning regulation gives specific information regarding the extent of land exploitation allowed on a particular piece of land depending on its land use (through F.A.R, ground coverage etc.) and also gives broad guidelines on the maximum height of building permitted, location and design of gates and boundary wall, exterior finishes and elevations etc. This ensures that minimum standards of aesthetics and urban design are maintained. Copy of Zoning Plans for each sector or institution can be obtained from the office of District Town Planner, concerned on payment of requisite fee.

HOW TO GET BUILDING PLANS SANCTIONED?

The following documents are required to be submitted for sanctioning of building plan.:

Four complete sets of drawings duly signed by the enlisted Architect and the owner. Two sets should be mounted on cloth.

Form BR-I & II duly signed by the owner and         the Architect.

Copy of possession certificate.

Scrutiny fee @ Rs. 10/- per sq.mt. (covered area) in shape of bank draft in favour of concerned Estate Officer, HUDA.

Malba Fee/Security:

A. Residential Plots:

 

(i) Upto 6 Marla

Rs. 5,000/-

(ii) Above 6 Marla and upto 1 Kanal

Rs. 10,000/-

(iii) Above 1 Kanal

Rs. 20,000/-

B. Industrial, Institutional and Group Housing Plots:

(i) Upto 1/4th acre

Rs. 25,000/-

(ii) Above ¼ acre and upto 1 acre

Rs. 50,000/-

(iii) More than 1 acre

Rs. 1,00,000/-

C. Commercial:

 

(i) Booths

Rs. 10,000/-

(ii) SCOs/SCFs/DSS/ etc.

Rs. 50,000/-

(Governed by Architectural Control)

 

(iii) Others

Rs. 1,00,000/-

Note:

For more details please see the policy section UB-II.

PRECAUTIONS WHILE DESIGNING/ PLANNING A HOUSE

The following precautions shall be observed while designing a house.

Organization of various spaces as per orientation.

Placement of habitable rooms/living room in such a way so that every compartment gets adequate light and ventilation.

All the public health/electrical pipes should be properly concealed in walls to render the building good aesthetic appearance.

Organisation of space should be done in such a way that there is a bare minimum space wastage in circulation.

Sizes of various habitable rooms should be as per norms.

The design of the house should be such that there should be a fealing of an intimacy to the dweller.

The design of house should be such that it should cater all the requirements of the dweller.

The treatment of outer façade should be done in such a way that there should be no seepage.

While designing a house, the placement of coloumns/load bearing walls should be in such a way that it should require bare minimum steel, thus resulting into a great economy.

While designing emphasize should be given to the maximum comforts in terms of Balconies and open terraces for using in summer and winter as the case may be.

It is always better to provide terraces on the front to give a wider street picture.

HOW YOU CAN GET DPC CERTIFICATE?

An application on plain paper along with following documents is required to be submitted by the allottee:-

Certificate from the Architect.

Copy of possession certificate.

Copy of sanctioned building plan.

Copy of letter of allotment.

Placement of habitable rooms/living room in such a way so that every compartment gets adequate light and ventilation.

All the public health/electrical pipes should be properly concealed in walls to render the building good aesthetic appearance.

Organisation of space should be done in such a way that there is a bare minimum space wastage in circulation.

Sizes of various habitable rooms should be as per norms.

The design of the house should be such that there should be a fealing of an intimacy to the dweller.

The design of house should be such that it should cater all the requirements of the dweller.

The treatment of outer façade should be done in such a way that there should be no seepage.

While designing a house, the placement of coloumns/load bearing walls should be in such a way that it should require bare minimum steel, thus resulting into a great economy.

While designing emphasize should be given to the maximum comforts in terms of Balconies and open terraces for using in summer and winter as the case may be.

It is always better to provide terraces on the front to give a wider street picture.

HOW YOU CAN GET DPC CERTIFICATE?

An application on plain paper along with following documents is required to be submitted by the allottee:-

Certificate from the Architect.

Copy of possession certificate.

Copy of sanctioned building plan.

Copy of letter of allotment.

It may please be noted that w.e.f. 1.1.98, the minimum construction of a Residential plot has been fixed 25% of the covered area permissible on Ground Floor which includes one habitable room, a kitchen and a toilet.

HOW TO GET SEWERAGE & WATER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS?

The application for a water connection is to be made after the building plan is approved, on prescribed format. The documents as mentioned in the formal are to be annexed duly attested. The form is to be signed by the owner and the licensed plumber, who shall do the plumbing work.

In case the road has to be cut to provide a connection to the site then the road cut charges have to be paid along with the application. Road cut charges are being charged @ Rs. 800/- per sqm. for internal C-road and @ Rs. 860/- per sqm. for B-road. (These are average rates and in some particular conditions the rates shall be increased on actual basis).

In addition to the above security and connection fee at the following rates is to be paid.

Security for water and sewer connection

Upto 4 Marla Rs. 200/-

Beyond 4 Marla upto 6 Marla Rs.300/-

More than 6 Marla but less than 10 Marla Rs. 400/-

10 Marla Rs.500/-

Beyond 10 Marla Rs.1000/-

For Commercial Rs 2000/-

For Industrial and Institution

Upto 1Acre Rs. 2000/

Above 1 Acre but upto 2.5 Acre Rs. 3000/-

Above 2.5 Acre Rs. 5000/-

Water connection fee

Rs. 500/- upto 10 Marla

Rs. 1000/- above 10 Marla

Rs. 1000/- for Institutional , Industrial and Commercial.

Sewer connection fee

Rs. 300/- upto 10 Marla

Rs. 500/- above 10 MarlA

Rs. 500/- for Institutional , Industrial and Commercial.

Normally for a residential plots a 12mm  connection is sufficient

Normally water connection is sanctioned within 15 working days.

HOW TO GET ELECTRICITY CONNECTION

Once the completion certificate is issued by the Estate officer, no time may be wasted in applying for for permanent Electric connection, along with a test report on a prescribed form (available from Haryana Vidyut Parisar Nigam) duly signed by the registered Electrical contractor and along with an attested copy of occupation certificate issued by the Estate officer. Normally, the electric metal are not available with Nigam and the same are to be purchased by the house owner and handed over for testing to UHVNL/DHVNL. The testing process may take time and it should, therefore, be applied for as early as possible.

Note

There is an other option for construction of buildings in the form of self certification procedure. Which is applicable on residential plots( except group housing ) , industrial and commercial building governed by architectural control. The policy in detail can be seen on the home page under the head "public notice - self certification policy of building plans "

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