In view of the ever-increasing cost of houses, the Haryana government has come up with a housing policy providing affordable homes for members of economically weaker sections of the society. The built-in space of the flats will be 300 sq ft to 645 sq ft. Any person who does not own a house/plot in HUDA sector or any privately developed township in the state is eligible to apply for the property. The process of allocation of the housing units to the eligible allotters will be accomplished through draw of lots and each unit may range between Rs 12 lakh to Rs 25 lakh. The government has proposed to get private developers for the construction and marketing of housing units. As the policy aims at encouraging affordable housing projects and can have impact in urban centres of Haryana, the government would relax the floor area ratio (FAR) and other norms to make it successful.
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