Greater Noida launches online scheme for prospective plot buyers
The Greater Noida authority has 200 acre of industrial land and 30 acre of institutional land available to be allotted under this scheme.noida Updated: Aug 17, 2016 12:15 IST
The Greater Noida authority said on Tuesday it has launched an industrial and institutional plot scheme for the first time, on its online platform.
“To ensure transparency and hassle-free services, the authority has launched this scheme online. Anyone interested in buying industrial or institutional plot can apply at our website www.greaternoida.com till September 15,” said Deepak Agarwal CEO of Greater Noida authority.
Pravir Kumar, chairman of Noida, Greater Noida, Yamuna Expressway authority and Deepak Agarwal inaugurated the scheme at Greater Noida’s Expo Mart building.
The authority has 200 acres of industrial land and 30 acres of institutional land available to be allotted under this scheme. From allotment to offer letter, everything will be executed online,officials said.
“We have an investor friendly scheme. Industrial plots are available in the size of 450 sq metre, 2000 sq metre, 4000 sq metre and above depending upon the need of an investor. In institutional scheme the plot size varies in the range of 1000 square metre and above. We will carve out a plot as per the needs of an investor,” said Agarwal.
Interested applicants, with the help of geographic information system (GIS), will now be able to locate the specific industrial or institutional land and make his decision, officials said.
Online allotment will be done only for institutional and industrial plots.
“We allot a commercial plot through open auction as of now and residential plots are not being allotted,” said another official.
Apart from this, the authority has also launched 25 services online for all allottees, including for residential property.
“We have decided to provide 25 services including transfer of plot, transfer of memorandum, mortgage permission, lease permission and lease rent etc online. Residents or allottee will not have to come to our office now. He can register his name and get a under name with password. Allottees can now pay water bills or other charges online,” Agarwal said.
First Published: Aug 17, 2016 12:15 IST