|HUDA has five zonal offices in Haryana and Faridabad is one among them. An Administrator is in charge of all activities that are carried out by HUDA Faridabad, which consists of four Urban Estates – Faridabad, Palwal, Hathin and Roz-Ka-Meo. Each Estate Office is headed by an Estate Officer and the co-ordination among the works of all these estate officers is achieved at zonal level, by the Zonal Administrator.
HUDA is responsible for the planned development of urban areas in Faridabad and all other zones that include Panchkula, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurgaon. The vacant land is identified and developed to later allot the same under various plot schemes of Haryana Urban Development Authority. There are residential, commercial, institutional and industrial plots on offer for sale under different HUDA schemes in Faridabad.
There also exists a master plan for all urban estates failing under the Faridabad zone. The real estate market in Faridabad is once again witnessing the demand of residential and commercial properties. The revised circle rate has caused the property prices to increase two to three times from their previous level. This has attracted the attention of real estate investors and HUDA plots for sale are finding many more takers these days.
The city of Faridabad is the second most important city in Haryana after Gurgaon. In recent years, it has emerged as a favored destination for residential settlement and industrial development. In the beginning, Faridabad was seen as a viable location to establish an industrial township in order to shift here many industries from the National Capital Area of Delhi.
However, the growing population pressure in Delhi demanded new residential areas to be developed away from the city yet not so far from it. Gradually, as the infrastructure improved in Faridabad, more and more people attracted to buy residential properties here and today it has now emerged as a full-fledged city offering high-class amenities and all facilities needed for proper residential settlement. HUDA has done a lot to give a modern outlook to the city. Many residential and industrial sectors have been floated and a large number of housing units have been constructed for the low-income families. According to a statistical report, as many as 33 residential sectors and 18 industrial sectors have been floated so far.
The total land acquired in Faridabad urban estate is more than 13,000 acres. The land acquired thus is divided into plots, which are then allotted to different user groups under a plot draw scheme for the residential, industrial, commercial and institutional construction. Under the JNNURM scheme, HUDA has constructed 3080 EWS Flats for economically weaker sections.
The housing construction on residential plots allotted by HUDA must conform to its bye laws. Indeed the allotment of plots and other developmental activities are carried out according to the guidelines of a well-laid master plan. One can see a reflection of this master plan in the way the sectors have been organized. The residential sectors, such as Sector 56, 65, 2, 64 & 62, best exemplify the niceties of Faridabad Master Plan. HUDA still offers residential plots for sale in sectors where properties remain unsold. The plot scheme in 2009-2010 was an attempt to sell these plots in Faridabad through a computerized draw of lots. There are 1969 plots of various sizes that are now being allotted to the winners of the draw. The draw result was published in June 2010.
Here is the address of HUDA zonal office in Faridabad.
Here are the contact numbers of the estate officers:
Last Updated On: 2012/03/03