Affordable housing is no longer a dream for Aam Aadmi

The State government’s urban development department (UDD) has planed a comprehensive housing scheme according to which affordable housing for Aam Aadmi will no longer a dream. Under this housing scheme lower income group will be the most beneficial as scheme is the part of Rajiv awas Yojana.
As per the scheme, developers constructing residential buildings on plots measuring 21,528 sq ft must compulsorily reserve 20-25 per cent flats as affordable houses. Another 10 per cent flats measuring 400 sq ft to 600 sq ft must be reserved for people from the middle-income group. Flats for the economically weaker sections will be 300 sq ft to 400 sq ft in space. Flats for the economically weaker sections will be 300 sq ft to 400 sq ft in space.
TC Benjamin, UDD principal secretary said that “the basic objective of planning this scheme is to provide shelters to the needy people.”
After completing the construction works under this scheme developer have to submit the so-called percentage to the state government. In return, we will give additional FSI in the ratio of the flats given. Maharashtra is the first state to implement the inclusive housing scheme in the country,” Benjamin said
On the other hand MCHI President Mr. Paras Gundecha said that “ builders are also happy with this state governments scheme.”





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