NMRDA Nagpur Construction Of Housing Scheme Under PMAY Started
Nagpur Metropolitan Region Development Authority (NMRDA) started development of metro-region work of about Rs 250 Crore is lined up with work on a housing scheme already started. Cheif Engineer told work for Jamtha improvement scheme, also known as small town scheme, has started.
Construction of housing scheme under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) has been started at Tarodi on the city’s outskirts. NMRDA will provide basic amenities at Jamtha improvement scheme for encouraging stakeholders.
Tarodi housing scheme is coming up at a cost of around Rs 200 crore. An estimated cost of two works for Jamtha improvement and Hingna-MIHAN road is around Rs 50 crore. Jamtha improvement scheme (residential) of 2,318 acres will cover Sumthana, Kotewada, Sondapar, Jamtha and Parsodi villages in Hingna tehsil.
Superintending engineer (projects) said 3,323 flats will come up in Tarodi housing scheme. 2,374 flats will come up in one khasra and the remaining 949 in another one. G+4 floors flat schemes are being constructed. We are utilizing Malaysia’s Mivan technology so expecting to finish works by June next year. All facilities like roads, streetlights, community hall, stormwater drains, sewage network, drinking water etc will be made available here.
Coming under PMAY, the flats are being built for economically weaker section (EWS) category. It is expected each flat of 322.80 sq.ft will be provided at a cost of Rs 7.50 lakh. These cost at least Rs 20 lakh in open market in the same area. Workers registered with the state government will get it for only Rs 5.50 lakh. The central and state government are giving subsidies for the scheme.
Owner of lands can participate in the scheme. Owner will get the subsidy of Rs 2.50 lakh per flat from the government. 50% of flats have to be sold at rates fixed by MHADA and remaining at market rates. Floor space index of 2.5 will be provided in the residential zone. The scheme is also permissible in green zone but with FSI of 1.
NMRDA also started regularizing unauthorized plots and constructions as per special compounding scheme launched by the state government. Unauthorized plots and constructions within 750-1,000m from gaothan areas will be regularized. Around 4,000 applications have been received as of now.
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