The Noida Authority has recently announced the ‘last’ residential scheme of the city under which they will be allotting 442 vacant plots in different sectors this month. According to the scheme, these plots will be offered as per respective circle rates of particular areas.
Under the scheme, interested buyers can apply from November 13 to 28 and the allotment will be done through a proper bidding process. The authority has already conducted survey on these plots few days back and hence issued the tender for the same.
In order to help investors and buyers in clarifying their issues, the authority officials have decided to hold meetings on November 19 and 24 at Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, Sector 6. As per them, “The officials will clarify the doubts and also inform about the bidding process to the investors.”
They further informed that all these plots will be located in sectors 12, 31, 33, 39, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 55, 70, 72, 99, 100, 105, 122 and 93-B. Out of 442 plots, 264 plots measuring up to 200 square metres and 178 measuring over 200 square metres. The authority has also reserved some plots for members of the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe, Noida Authority employees, farmers whose land have been acquired, etc.
Welcoming the move of the authority, J P Uppal, president, Sector 36 RWA, said that all these vacant plots are filled with garbage and jungles. Some unwanted elements also create nuisance at such spots. The allotment and development of the area will surely be good.
Just a few days back, Noida Authority gave its in-principal approval to the conversion of land holding rights from “leasehold” to “freehold” subject to nod from the Uttar Pradesh Government.