Haryana Government announces regularization of 15 colonies in Gurugram

Gurgaon News

In a recently held meeting of Haryana urban local bodies, it has been decided to regularize 15 colonies falling under Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG). They have also approved the policy mechanism for the regularisation of plots and buildings of these colonies.


The 15 colonies which falls under MCG include Cancon Enclave Part – I and II, Bheem Colony, Harinagar Extension Part I and II, Shri Ram Colony, Devi Lal Extension, New Jyoti Park, Patel Nagar Extension, Shiv Nagar, Vikas Nagar, area in proximity to Tikri Village, area in proximity to Jharsa Village Extension, Surat Nagar Phase I Extension and area in proximity to Harsaru village.


According to spokesperson, urban local bodies, “Civic facilities and infrastructure is lacking in these areas and the plot and building owners will have to fulfill the parameters as prescribed under policy mechanism within a period of six months.”


He further said that they have also decided that owners who have already constructed their houses in these colonies are required to deposit building plan fee of Rs. 10 per square metres and development fee of Rs. 1,250 per sq m. Also the owner of vacant plot holders, have to submit necessary documents and apply with a development fee of Rs. 1,250 per sq m along with the building plans.


Adding more he said that if the development fee will be paid in installments then interest of 6% will be charged on this and the fee has to be deposited within three years. In order to attract more and more people to pay development fee faster, 10% discount will be given if paid before April 30, 2018.


However, strict action will be taken against those who will not abide by these rules. Haryana urban local bodies have decided to seal and demolish those properties.