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Sale of forms for Kharghar housing project starts today

DNMUM295896 | 1/16/2014 | Author : Rahul M Tawade | WC :558



The sale of forms for Cidco's housing project in sector 36, Kharghar, will begin from today. The last date for submission of forms is February 20.
The housing project — Valley Shilp — is currently open for middle income groups (MIG) and higher income groups (HIG). The forms will be sold by Cidco at Raigad Bhavan, Nariman Point and Nirmal Bhavan offices, in addition to branches of Thane Janata Sahakari Bank (TJSB).
To enable citizens to get details about the housing scheme, Cidco has scheduled and made available booklets from January 16 to February 5 from 10am to 6pm, from Monday to Friday and on Saturdays from 10am to 1pm, excluding Sundays and public holidays. The cost of this booklet is Rs500 (plus Rs25 MVAT). The booklets will be available at Cidco Bhavan, CBD Belapur, marketing manager II, 3rd Floor, Raigad Bhavan, CBD Belapur, 11th Floor, Nirmal, Nariman Point, and across all branches of TJSB Bank in Maharashtra.
Interested applicants must note that an Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) along with application form must be submitted by way of Demand Draft/Pay Order in favour of 'CIDCO Ltd' payable at Navi Mumbai in any branch of TJSB Bank on or before February 20. Applications will not be accepted by courier and post and allotment of apartments in the scheme is strictly through computerised draw.
The applicants should have 15-year domicile in the state of Maharashtra and neither of his/her family members should own a house/plot anywhere in Navi Mumbai.
As approved by the Cidco board, some apartments in this housing scheme have been reserved for various categories as per the government's reservation policy. There are special reservations for certain categories to present MLA/ MLC, Navi Mumbai journalists and PAPs of Navi Mumbai.
The deposit amount for MIG homes has been fixed at Rs5 lakh and that for HIG homes has been fixed at Rs10 lakh. The scheme has around 802 homes for MIG and 422 for HIG.
The cost of MIG homes ranges from Rs49 lakh - 60 lakh, with a built up area 1015.42 + 55.98 sq ft (dry balcony) and carpet area of 609 + 45.19 sq ft (dry balcony). While, HIG homes ranges from Rs96 lakh to 1.07 crore, with a built up area of 1515.76 + 58.18 sq ft (dry balcony) and carpet area of 1024.56 + 58.18 sq ft (dry balcony).
The planning agency will be providing state-of-the-art facilities at this housing project like A/C club house, tennis court, lawn area of 3,500 sq m, six guest rooms, swimming pool, multi-purpose hall, yoga and meditation centres, gymnasium, cafeteria.
The houses are well-furnished with modern amenities with CCTV surveillance camera across the complex. The complex is well-connected to the mass transit system like proposed metro station is just 10 minutes away, while Kharghar railway station is at a distance of approximately 7km.
The planning agency has planned to construct 7,000 flats in the node. BG Shirke group has been given the contract for this housing project.
Those individuals whose monthly income is less than Rs62,000 can apply for homes in middle income group category, while those with income higher than this, can apply for a flat in the higher income group category.
The draws will be held as per lottery system. Cidco plans to give possession of the Valley Shilp project by May.


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