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Contact For Sale and purchase of Marla Houses in chandirgarh,Kothis in Chandigarh,housing board
flats in ...
As of 2011 India census, Chandigarh had a population of 960,787 with metro population of
1,025,682,[2] making for a densit...
laundrymen, sweepers, and cobblers and later sold to them at
nominal prices. Most government houses in the first phase wer...
affordable, reasonably priced dwelling units for different socioeconomic
categories of the city’s residents. The detail of...
ranging from 5 marla to 8 kanal. The second phase has much
higher density with a switch mostly to three to four storey fla...
the zoning plans of housing were revised and additional
ground coverage and covered area permitted as part of the
main hou...
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Housing Board Flats In chandigarh 9872730395

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HOUSES BUILT BY THE CHANDIGARH HOUSING BOARD
The mandate of Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) is to build
affordable, reasonably priced dwelling units for different socioeconomic
categories of the city’s residents. The detail of dwellings
provided year-wise by CHB is at ANNEXURE-H.1 The board was
established in 1976 by extending the Haryana Housing Board Act of
1971 to the Union Territory. The board also undertakes
construction of commercial units and other schemes for Chandigarh
Administration and other organizations. CHB is also the nodal
agency for implementing the administration’s schemes for
rehabilitating the residents of unauthorized settlements in the city.
The list of housing schemes by CHB is at ANNEXURE-H.2 &
ANNEXURE-H.2(A). Out of these, nearly 42.5% comprising of all the
sites and services and most of the EWS units have been provided
under different rehabilitation schemes exclusively for the residents
CHANDIGARH HOUSING BOARD HOUSING
Chandigarh Master Plan – 2031 Draft
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of unauthorized settlements. Units in rehabilitation colonies are
generally allotted on a hire purchase or license basis with
ownership rights being granted only after completing 20 years of
stay.
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  1. 1. Preet-9872730395 Contact For Sale and purchase of Marla Houses in chandirgarh,Kothis in Chandigarh,housing board flats in Chandigarh, CO-OP Housing Society Flats in chandigarh Chandigarh The Union Territory of Chandigarh is located in the foothills of the Shivalik hill ranges in the north, which form a part of the fragile Himalayan ecosystem. It is occupied by Kandi (Bhabhar) in the north east and Sirowal (Tarai) and alluvial plains in the remaining part. The subsurface formation comprises of beds of boulders, pebbles, gravel, sand, silt, clays and some kankar. The area is drained by two seasonal rivulets viz. Sukhna Choe in the east and Patiala-Ki-Rao Choe in the west. The central part forms a surface water divide and has two minor streams. The stream passing through the central part is called N-Choe and the other is Choe Nala which initiates at Sector 29. The Master Plan of Chandigarh Le Corbusier conceived the master plan of Chandigarh as analogous to human body, with a clearly defined head (the Capitol Complex, Sector 1), heart (the City Centre Sector-17), lungs ( the leisure valley, innumerable open spaces and sector greens), the intellect (the cultural and educational institutions), the circulatory system (the network of roads, the 7Vs) and the viscera (the Industrial Area). The concept of the city is based on four major functions: living, working, care of the body and spirit and circulation. Residential sectors constitute the living part whereas the Capitol Complex, City Centre, Educational Zone (Post Graduate Institute, Punjab Engineering College, Panjab University) and the Industrial Area constitute the working part. The Leisure Valley, Gardens, Sector Greens and Open Courtyards etc. are for the care of body and spirit. The circulation system comprises of 7 different types of roads known as 7Vs. Later on, a pathway for cyclists called V8 were added to this circulation system. The Capital complex comprises three architectural masterpieces: the "Secretariat", the "High Court" and the "Legislative Assembly", separated by large piazzas. In the heart of the Capital Complex stands the giant metallic sculpture of The Open Hand, the official emblem of Chandigarh, signifying the city's credo of "open to given, open to receive". The city centre (Sector 17) is the heart of Chandigarh's activities. It comprises the Inter-State Bus Terminus, Parade Ground, District Courts, etc. on one hand, and vast business and shopping center on the other. The 4-storey concrete buildings house banks and offices above and showrooms/shops at the ground level with wide pedestrian concourses. Demographics
  2. 2. As of 2011 India census, Chandigarh had a population of 960,787 with metro population of 1,025,682,[2] making for a density of about 7900 persons per square kilometer.[citation needed] Males constitute 55% of the population and females 45%. The sex ratio is 829 females for every 1,000 males [2] –which is the lowest in the country,[citation needed] up from 777 in 2001. Chandigarh has an average literacy rate of 86.77%, higher than the national average; with male literacy of 90.81% and female literacy of 81.88%.[2] 10.8% of the population is under 6 years of age Type of Housing In Chandigarh 1.) GOVERNMENT HOUSING Government housing in the city was initially divided into 13 categories ranging from house for the Chief Minister to the lowest paid class-IV employee. In addition hostels and flats for members of the Legislature were also planned. Plot sizes for government housing ranged from 37.5 sq. yds. to 4000 sq. yds. Most government houses in Phase I were single or double AN ARCHED ENTRY TO A GOVERNMENT HOUSING CLUSTER LOWER CATEGORY SINGLE STOREYED HOUSING. EACH HOUSE HAS COURTYARD IN THE FRONT AND REAR OF THE HOUSE Chandigarh Master Plan – 2031 Draft 51 storeyed. Housing in Phase II has much higher density with the largest plot size restricted to 1000 sq. yd. and a large part of it consisting of four storeyed flats. In addition, 800 ‘cheap houses’ were built for poorer non-government workers - the tonga driver,
  3. 3. laundrymen, sweepers, and cobblers and later sold to them at nominal prices. Most government houses in the first phase were designed by the expatriate team of architects – Pierre Jeanneret, Maxwell Fry and Jane Drew assisted by a team of young Indian architects. A lot of attention was given to making their design suitable for local climate within severe economic constraints while using local building materials. A plan showing the location of Government housing is at PLAN H 6.2. • Institutional Housing In addition to government housing, institutional housing has been built by parastatal and/or autonomous bodies such as Panjab University, PGI, IMTACH, CSIO, defence establishments and Survey of India, for their employees. In the early years, 620 housing units for industrial workers were also built by the government in sectors 29 and 30 adjoining the industrial area. Sectors with high concentration of Government Housing PHASE I Sectors 7B,16,19, 20, 22 A/D, 23 A/B/C, 24 A/D, 26, 27C, 28 B/C, 29 A/C/D, 30 A. Phase II Sectors 31 (Defence), 32 A/B/C, 33A, 35A/B, 38, 39 B/C/D, 41 B/C, 42 A, 43B, 46 B/D, 47B 2 HOUSES BUILT BY THE CHANDIGARH HOUSING BOARD The mandate of Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) is to build
  4. 4. affordable, reasonably priced dwelling units for different socioeconomic categories of the city’s residents. The detail of dwellings provided year-wise by CHB is at ANNEXURE-H.1 The board was established in 1976 by extending the Haryana Housing Board Act of 1971 to the Union Territory. The board also undertakes construction of commercial units and other schemes for Chandigarh Administration and other organizations. CHB is also the nodal agency for implementing the administration’s schemes for rehabilitating the residents of unauthorized settlements in the city. The list of housing schemes by CHB is at ANNEXURE-H.2 & ANNEXURE-H.2(A). Out of these, nearly 42.5% comprising of all the sites and services and most of the EWS units have been provided under different rehabilitation schemes exclusively for the residents CHANDIGARH HOUSING BOARD HOUSING Chandigarh Master Plan – 2031 Draft 54 of unauthorized settlements. Units in rehabilitation colonies are generally allotted on a hire purchase or license basis with ownership rights being granted only after completing 20 years of stay. 3.PRIVATE HOUSING Nearly one - third of the private plots have an area of one kanal or above. These account for over two- thirds of the total area allocated for private residential plots in the original master plan. The first phase of the city had low density with residential plots
  5. 5. ranging from 5 marla to 8 kanal. The second phase has much higher density with a switch mostly to three to four storey flats with the largest plot size being 2 kanals. About 70% of housing in the city was to be built privately. 4. CO-OP HOUSING SOCIETIES The southern sectors, including the ones in Phase III of the city are being developed as a high density area. Various Co-operative Housing Societies and Chandigarh Housing Board have been allotted land in these sectors for construction of HIG, MIG, LIG and EWS flats. RELAXATIONS ACCORDED BY THE CHANDIGARH ADMINISTRATION The FAR of marla houses has been increased up to 2.0 with ground coverage upto 70%. The FAR of one kanal but less than two kanal category plots has been increased upto 1.50 and ground coverage upto 50%. The FAR of two kanal category has been increased upto 1.25 and ground coverage upto 45%. The FAR of above two kanal category has been increased upto 1 and ground coverage upto 35%. An additional habitable floor by permitting use of 2nd floor (barsati floor) is allowed by marginally increasing the height of the houses. Use of upto 25% of the house area has been allowed as office space to professionals such as architects, doctors and lawyers A green house/implement store has been allowed in the rear courtyard of frame control marla houses and on kanal houses under architectural control. Subsequently however
  6. 6. the zoning plans of housing were revised and additional ground coverage and covered area permitted as part of the main house 3’ wide balcony/projections have been allowed in front and rear of the frame controlmarla houses. For the purpose of storage, basement is now allowed under the entire ground floor area instead of the maximum 50% allowed earlier. Car porch of temporary material has been allowed within the front courtyard of marla houses. Flexibility in size and shape of windows has been allowed in marla houses. Mumties permitted Additional entry gate in all houses. Boundary wall in the rear courtyard of kanal and above houses increased to 5’-11½”. GrowMore Realty Solutions 9872730395

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