Haryana govt hikes li­cence fee for hous­ing schemes

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Haryana gov­ern­ment will soon make you shell out more money. As per a pro­posal mooted li­cence fee will be hiked by 100% in case of group hous­ing pro­jects and the ex­tra money paid by de­vel­op­ers will even­tu­ally be passed on to the buy­ers.

Builders said the ex­ist­ing rates for colonies with in­di­vid­ual plots in Gur­gaon and some other cities are Rs 6.5lakh per acre and Rs 20lakh for group hous­ing colonies. Sim­i­larly, for smaller towns, the depart­ment has pro­posed to hike the li­cence fee by 40% to 60%. In case of res­i­den­tial plots, the li­cence fee per acre for hy­per po­ten­tial zone has been fixed at Rs 12.5 lakh, for highII po­ten­tial zone Rs 9.5lakh, for medium po­ten­tial zone Rs 6.25lakh and low po­ten­tial zone Rs 1.25lakh. Sim­i­larly, in case of group houses, the li­cence fee per acre for hy­per po­ten­tial zone, high-II po­ten­tial zone, medium po­ten­tial zone and low po­ten­tial zone has been fixed at Rs 40lakh, Rs 19lakh, Rs 9.5lakh and Rs 2.5lakh re­spec­tively.

A town and coun­try plan­ning depart­ment of­fi­cial said the ar­eas which fall un­der hy­per po­ten­tial zone are the re­gion form­ing part of the devel­op­ment plan of Gur­gaon-Mane­sar Ur­ban Com­plex. The ar­eas form­ing part of devel­op­ment plan of Farid­abad-Bal­lab­h­garh Com­plex, Pin­jore- Kalka Com­plex, Gwal Pa­hari and pe­riph­ery con­trolled area of Panchkula (all for com­mer­cial use only) fall un­der high-I po­ten­tial zone. For com­mer­cial ar­eas, the rates for hy­per po­ten­tial zone on Gur­gaon-Mehrauli Road would be Rs 5.40crore for FAR above 150, Rs 4 crore lakh for FAR up to 150.

The rates on other roads would be Rs 3.40crore for FAR above 150 and Rs 2.70crore for FAR up to 150. The rates for high-I po­ten­tial zone would be Rs 2.70 \crore for FAR above 150 and Rs 2.35crore for FAR (floor area ra­tio) up to 150.

In case of high-II po­ten­tial zone, the li­cence fee would be Rs 2.10crore for FAR above 150 and Rs 1.40 crore for FAR up to 150.

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