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PUDA Plots

PUDA Plots for residential construction are allotted through a draw of lots. Applications are invited from the residents of the state under a particular residential plot scheme through a newspaper advertisement. The brochure containing the application form can be had from either the concerned estate office or from a nodal branch of the designated bank. The application must reach PUDA office before the last date as mentioned in the advertisement, along with a fee that is roughly the 10 percent of the cost of the plot you are going to apply for. The applications thus received are examined and checked for the correctness of information and conformity with PUDA rules. After scrutiny, a draw is held on a pre-determined date and the names of the winners are announced subsequently through the draw result.

PUDA carries out its urban development activities in accordance with a well-laid master plan. It also prepares regional plans and new township plans, after identifying and earmarking land for residential, commercial or industrial development. The land area for residential development is divided into plots of varying size, which are then allotted to individuals and real estate companies. Once allotted, individuals are required to construct houses within three years of receiving the allotment letter. The urban estates that make up the entire network of Punjab Urban Planning & Development Authority include Chandigarh, Mohali, Ludhiana, Patiala, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Bathinda, and Ferozepur.

PUDA Plot Scheme

A PUDA plot scheme invites applications for the allotment of residential plots in an area under any of the urban estates. Such schemes are generally based on a draw of lots and the allotments are made only to the winners of the draw. The opening and closing dates of the scheme and the draw date are fixed and one is not allowed to apply after the last date of the submission of completed forms.

The latest plot scheme is for the allotment of 185 residential plots at PUDA Enclave in Abohar. The last date to submit the application is April 20, 2011 and the draw is expected in October this year. Under the scheme the plots are being made available at a rate of Rs. 6500/- per square yard. Moreover, you are offered flexibility in making payments. The 10 percent of the cost is paid at the time of application and the 15 percent is collected within a month of the issue of allotment. The 75 percent balance is divided into six parts, which are to be paid in six half-yearly installments over a period of three years. An interest rate of 12% per annum is applicable.



Commercial plots, on the other hand, are usually allotted through auctions. Bids are invited through auction and tender notices, and the land is allotted to the bidder who bids the highest. Some of the new auction notices include the sale of 31 commercial sites at Phillaur on May 25, 2011 and the sale of 9 commercial sites at Kapurthala on May 24, 2011. Draw results for the allotment of 94 residential plots at PUDA Enclave in Bathinda are now available online. Browse our website indiapropertyhut.in for more information on PUDA plots and plot scheme in Gurdaspur, Ludhiana, Mohali, Aerocity, Nabha and Chandigarh, etc.

Website: www.puda.nic.in


Last Updated On: 2012/02/29



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