Chandigarh departments prepare 100-day action plan with 33 projects
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Chandigarh departments prepare 100-day action plan with 33 projects

As many 16 Chandigarh departments have prepared a 100-day action plan with 33 projects to expedite development projects.

Chandigarh Union Territory (UT) Adviser Dharam Pal urged the departments to draw up a 100-day action plan aiming to expedite development in the city, under fire for the tardy pace of work.

The Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) has been striving to complete five projects within the stipulated time, under the proposal.

Under the Affordable Rental Housing Complexes Scheme, 2,195 economically weaker section (EWS) houses were earmarked, and the CHB has already allotted 1,707 houses, and plans to allot the remaining 488 EWS houses in the next 100 days on priority.

The CHB has proposed to dispose of 250 vacant commercial and residential properties via the e-tendering process in a time-bound system.

Chief Executive Officer, CHB, Yashpal Garg, told the media that the e-tendering process had been adopted for these properties sale and efforts would be made to sell all these vacant properties via a transparent e-bidding process in the following 100 days.

Garg said a green building was being built within the CHB premises to accommodate its offices.

An e-Office and online payment facility for all its services have been implemented on a priority basis by the CHB.

He further added that the allottees of small flats and commercial units can view their dues status by visiting the CHB website. The same facility is to be implemented to the residential units allottees in the following 100 days.

The CHB is going to launch a self-financing general housing scheme for 728 flats at IT Park on priority.

Garg said that the building plans have been submitted to the Plan Approval Committee on a priority basis.

The other projects include completion of the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for recycled water distribution network pan-city costing Rs 4.78 crore, engagement of agency for the public bike-sharing system by Chandigarh Smart City Ltd (CSCL) for Rs 20 crore.

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Also read: Model town scheme: Tamil Nadu to explore land pooling system

As many 16 Chandigarh departments have prepared a 100-day action plan with 33 projects to expedite development projects. Chandigarh Union Territory (UT) Adviser Dharam Pal urged the departments to draw up a 100-day action plan aiming to expedite development in the city, under fire for the tardy pace of work. The Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) has been striving to complete five projects within the stipulated time, under the proposal. Under the Affordable Rental Housing Complexes Scheme, 2,195 economically weaker section (EWS) houses were earmarked, and the CHB has already allotted 1,707 houses, and plans to allot the remaining 488 EWS houses in the next 100 days on priority. The CHB has proposed to dispose of 250 vacant commercial and residential properties via the e-tendering process in a time-bound system. Chief Executive Officer, CHB, Yashpal Garg, told the media that the e-tendering process had been adopted for these properties sale and efforts would be made to sell all these vacant properties via a transparent e-bidding process in the following 100 days. Garg said a green building was being built within the CHB premises to accommodate its offices. An e-Office and online payment facility for all its services have been implemented on a priority basis by the CHB. He further added that the allottees of small flats and commercial units can view their dues status by visiting the CHB website. The same facility is to be implemented to the residential units allottees in the following 100 days. The CHB is going to launch a self-financing general housing scheme for 728 flats at IT Park on priority. Garg said that the building plans have been submitted to the Plan Approval Committee on a priority basis. The other projects include completion of the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for recycled water distribution network pan-city costing Rs 4.78 crore, engagement of agency for the public bike-sharing system by Chandigarh Smart City Ltd (CSCL) for Rs 20 crore. Image Source Also read: Model town scheme: Tamil Nadu to explore land pooling system

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