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'Haryana govt's affordable homes for middle segment buyers'

punjab Updated: Jan 18, 2015 18:25 IST


The prices of the affordable houses have been fixed by the Haryana government keeping in mind the lower-middle and middle segments of the society, Tulip Infratech Pvt Ltd chief Parveen Jain said on Sunday.

In affordable houses, no builder is allowed to sell more than the rate of Rs 4,000 per sq feet in high potential zones like Gurgaon, Panchkula, Faridabad, and at Rs 3,600 per sq ft in medium potential zones like Rewari, Mahendergarh and Jhajjar, Jain said.

A spokesperson of Town and Country Planning department said that in Gurgaon circle alone, 34 licences for affordable houses have been granted by the state government; 23 in Gurgaon city, 9 in Sohna and 2 in Rewari.

A total of 46 affordable projects have been sanctioned in entire state of Haryana; 8 in Faridabad circle, 2 in Rohtak circle and 2 in Panchkula, he added.

He further informed that around 20,000 houses would be built under affordable housing projects as per 23 licenses granted in Gurgaon city.

As the aspirants of such affordable houses are more than the planned houses, the flats would be allotted under lucky draw system, said the department.

Jain said that two bedrooms affordable flats in Sector 69 would cost between Rs 18.66 lakh and Rs. 19.50 lakh, one bedroom flat would cost Rs 15.69 lakh.

Jain said the major advantage of Tulip affordable housing project is its prime location in the vicinity of Sohna road which makes it surrounded with all full fledged amenities.

Other major advantages are only 500 meter distance from proposed metro, direct easy approach from NH-8 and around 30
minutes drive from IGI and domestic airports, he added.