If you are looking for a piece of land in Faridabad, now is the time. The Haryana government has invited applications for 2000 residential plots up for sale in the Delhi suburb.
The Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) had on Monday - which, incidentally, was Haryana Day — announced the sale of residential land in 16 towns of Haryana.
Faridabad topped the list with 2000 plots.
Plots of different sizes are available in Sector 2, Sector 56, Sector 56 A, Sector 62, Sector 64 and Sector 65 in Faridabad.
Bookings will open on November 6 and close on January 5 next year.
Plots in Sector 56 and 56 will be the costliest at Rs 10,763 per square metre followed Sector 2 at by Rs 9,900 per square metre.
The lowest rate has been quoted at Rs 5,580 per square metre in Sector 64.
Applicants will have to pay 10 per cent of the total tentative cost as earnest money.
Abhey Singh Yadav, HUDA administrator for Faridabad, said: “We have invited applications for freehold residential plots. The date for the draw of lots will be decided after the booking is complete.”
The application forms are available with estate officers concerned, the HUDA chief administrator’s office in C3, Sector 6, Panchkula and different banks.
The form can also be downloaded from www.huda.gov.in