Raipur: Shanti Nagar Re-development Plan agreed in the meeting of the cabinet sub-committee: What Bhupesh Sarkar is doing with Old Sinchai Colony? Full Details Here

Raipur: Shanti Nagar Re-development Plan agreed in the meeting of the Cabinet Sub-Committee: What Bhupesh Sarkar is doing with Old Sinchai Colony? Full Details Here

Recommendation will be held in cabinet meeting
A new plan has been prepared in Bhupesh Sarkar by demolishing the prominent and very old Shanti Nagar irrigation colony of Raipur. Its name is Shanti Nagar Re-development Scheme, full information is available here

Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Friday, 20 November 2020:

Consent has been given in the meeting of the cabinet sub-committee on the Shanti Nagar Re-development Scheme of Chhattisgarh capital Raipur.

The Finalized Shanti Nagar Re-development Scheme will be recommended to the upcoming meeting of the Chhattisgarh cabinet.

A meeting was held today at the residence of Public Works Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu in Raipur to discuss the redevelopment plan proposed by the Chhattisgarh Housing Board.

At the Shanti Nagar Re-Development Scheme meeting, Housing and Environment Minister Mohammad Akbar, Urban Administration and Development Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahria, Secretary Housing and Environment Ankit Anand and Commissioner of Chhattisgarh Housing Board, Ayaz Tamboli were present.

In Shanti Nagar Re-Development Plan meeting, Secretary Housing and Environment Ankit Anand told about the proposed action plan that the rehabilitation work will be done in four phases in 12 to 18 months. He said that the G, H and I type buildings have been transferred by the Water Resources Department to the Housing and Environment Department along with all the assets including land.

The case has been referred to the General Administration Department to declare these Shanti Nagar Irrigation Colony buildings dilapidated.

All B, C, D, E and F type houses of Public Works Department have been declared dilapidated.

In the first phase 10 houses have been removed and 2 houses are remaining. In the first phase, there are 31 illegal slums, the process of allocation of survey tax through the municipal corporation is going on to remove them.

In the second and third phases, buildings of 18 E and F type are being removed after the allotment.
It is necessary to vacate the buildings of 268 G, H and I type in these two phases.

At present the 268 vacant buildings of the Housing Board are GAD. It is proposed to provide from the pool.

Government people living in G type houses will be allotted 2-3 BHK houses in Boriyakala
Secretary Ankit Anand informed that 2-3 BHK buildings are available in Boriyakala. 3 BHK against G category housing and 2 BHK building against H&I will be given in GAD pool.

The estimated cost of these buildings is 69 crore 50 lakhs.

Construction of houses to be vacated in the fourth phase is in progress at Naya Raipur.

After completion of the work, after the new allotment order by the General Administration Department, the houses will be vacant.

In the meeting of the cabinet sub-committee, it was decided that the land development plan will be done on PPP model.

How will the mega plan be implemented?
Accordingly, the Housing Board will invite tender for the architectural firm after the advance occupation of the land. The concept will be determined through the architect.
Tender will be invited above the prescribed conset
Price of land, cost of adjusted buildings, its total amount will be considered as offer rate and
Above this, the developer will be selected based on the bid.

The developer will be responsible for all the following activities:
Necessary permission,
land development,
building construction,
His sales,
Legal problem related to beneficiary

The developer shall be free to determine the outline of buildings, its type, etc. by placing their own architects in the determination of the buildings,
But will not be able to violate the prescribed concept. Land transfer will be done in a phased manner to the developer. The stage whose land is being transferred to it.
50 percent of the consolidated land value of that phase will be payable to the government through the Housing Board.
The remaining amount will be payable to the government through the house construction by the developer within 24 months.
There will be no change in this time period and on the delay reflected, 10% will be payable at the rate of simple interest and in no case additional delay beyond 01 year will be admissible.
After the expiry of this time period, in which case the work will be done, in that case the developer will be acquired by segregating it.

 It was decided in the meeting that the consolidated land value will be calculated by adding both the value of the building transferred by the Housing Board and the prevailing guideline value of the land.

The Housing Board will monitor whether the work is going on as per the required tender process, MoU-contract, concept approval and layout.

The Housing Board will vacate the land in a phased manner and provide it to the developer within a certain period of time and will authorize the developer for the sale and determine the process in coordination.

Against the total cost of the land of the respective phase, 10 percent amount will be paid as supervision fee to the Housing Board.

On payment of the entire amount of the land value of the respective phase, the developer will be able to get power attorney and sell it on the free-hold, but it will end the land ownership of the government.

If development is done through a lease lease, in case of a lease lease, the amount of the lease rent will be received for a lease period in addition to the premium, but a lump sum amount less than the free-hold sale.
Therefore, a decision will be taken regarding the sale of lease basis or free-hold.