Haryana govt hikes licence fee for housing schemes
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.