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Revision of rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation and damages for subletting of general pool residential accommodation with effect from 1.7.2016 throughout the country: Partial modification

Revision of rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation and damages for subletting w.e.f. 01.07.2016

No.18011/1/2015-Pol.III
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi 110 108.
Dated the 7 September, 2016 g

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Revision of rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation and damages for subletting of general pool residential accommodation with effect from 1.7.2016 throughout the country: Partial modification Reg.
In partial modification of this Directorate’s Office Memorandum of even number, dated 22nd July, 2016 on the subject noted above, the undersigned is directed to state that the matter of charging damages in cases of unauthorised occupation of GPRA quarters has been reviewed by the competent authority and it has been decided to revise the rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation for various cities and other stations in the country as below and the revised rates of damages will be applicable to all unauthorised occupants as on 1.7.2016 and to those who are subsequently declared unauthorized occupant:

Station
Type of Accommodation and
Rates of Damages to be charged for the first month
Type I to IV Type IV (Special)
to Type VI
and Hostel
Type VII
and Type VIII
Servant Quarters Garages
Delhi 40 times 50 times 55 times 50 times 50 times
Mumbai
(a) Hyderabad Estate,
Belvedere, Pedder
Road, BD Road,
Malabar Hill,
Colaba and Prabhadevi
120 times 120 times 50 times 50 times
Rest of Mumbai 50 times 50 times 50 times 50 times
Station
Type of Accommodation and
Rates of Damages to be charged for the first month
Type I to IV Type V and above
and Hostel
Servant Quarters Garages
Stations other than Delhi and Mumbai 40 times 50 times 50 times 50 times

2. Damages for unauthorised Occupation: The damages will be charged from the date of cancellation of allotment to the date the GPRA is vacated by the unauthorised allotee and the rate of damages for unauthorised occupation for each type of general pool residential accommodation shall increase in telescopic method from second month onwards i.e. for second month – damages + 10% of rate of damages; for third month – damages + 20% of rate of damages; for fourth month – damages 40% of rate of damages; and so on, limiting to the maximum 5 times of rates of damages charged during the first month of unauthorised occupation.
3. Damages for subletting: Telescopic method will be made applicable for unauthorized occupation in proved subletting cases w.e.f 1.7.2016 on all unauthorized occupants as on 1.7.2016 and who will be declared unauthorized henceforth. The rates of damages will be calculated as two times of damages for first month; two times of damages + 10% two times of damages for second month; two times of damages  + 20% two times of damages for third month; two times of damages + 40% two times of
damages forfourth month and so on, limiting to the maximum 5 times of damages charged in such proved subletting cases during the first month.
4. A ready reckoner for calculation of damages as above is attached.
5. Water charges, Furniture charges etc, if applicable, will be charged apart from the above mentioned damages at the normal rates only.
6. This supersedes this Directorate’s GM. of even number dated 4.6.2013 regarding rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of GPRA and OM No.18011/2/2006-Pol.lll dated 22.6.2015 regarding rates of damages for subletting of GPRA throughout the country.

7. This issues with the approval of competent authority.

(Swemanerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in

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SHORTAGE OF HOUSES FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

Shortage of Government accommodation for the Central Government employees in the country

Whether there is a shortage of Government accommodation for the Central Government employees in the country: Lok Sabha Q&A

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 197

ANSWERED ON 09.07.2014

SHORTAGE OF HOUSES FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
197 . Shri A.T. (NANA) PATIL
Will the Minister of URBAN DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:-

(a) whether there is a shortage of Government accommodation for the Central Government employees in the country;
(b) if so, the details thereof indicating shortages in various types, State/UT-wise;
(c) whether the Government has formulated any action-plan to address the said shortage;
(d) if so, the details thereof; and
(e) the details of redevelopment plans of old Government colonies in Delhi?

 

ANSWER

THE MINISTER OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT (SHRI M. VENKAIAH NAIDU)

(a): Yes, Madam.

(b): The details are at Annexure-I.

(c) & (d): Initiative for redevelopment of Government colonies, namely, Sriniwaspuri, Sarojini Nagar, Kasturba Nagar, Kidwai Nagar (East), Thyagaraja Nagar and Netaji Nagar has been taken. Further, with a view to increase availability of units, 96 flats of various categories have been acquired in the Common Wealth Games Village, New Delhi. Construction of 130 units of Type-V and Type-VI categories at Hyderabad Estate, Mumbai after demolition of 48 Type-VI flats, which have been declared dangerous, have been undertaken.

(e): Central Public Works Department (CPWD) is working on re-development of General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) colonies at Sriniwas Puri, Mohamad Pur, Sarojini Nagar and also development of vacant Government land at Ghitorni in Delhi. The details are at Annexure-II. In addition, National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) has also been entrusted with the redevelopment of Kidwai Nagar (East), Kasturba Nagar, Thyagraj Nagar and Netaji Nagar. The details are at Annexure-III.

 

Annexure-I

Details of Demand and Availability of General Pool Residential Accommodation

1. DELHI
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 12791 15531 Nil 2740
II 29274 24360 4914 0
III 20270 12061 8209 0
IV 7737 5359 2378 0
IV Spl. 2189 792 1397 0
V A 1991 1436 555 0
V B 2391 856 1535 0
VI A 1790 869 921 0
VI B 328 166 162 0
VII 444 190 254 0
VIII 193 108 85 0
DS 3105 1673 1432 0
SK 1358 287 1071 0
SS 566 129 437 0
Total 84427 63817 23350 2740
2. MAHARASHTRA
MUMBAI
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 1836 2005 0 169
II 5641 3282 2359 0
III 3502 1702 1800 0
IV 680 728 0 48
IV Spl 210 72 138 0
V 477 247 230 0
VI 224 44 180 0
DS 101 122 0 21
SK 141 14 127 0
Sub total 12812 8216 4834 238
NAGPUR
I 92 247 0 155
II 827 930 0 103
III 369 447 0 78
IV 127 173 0 46
V 58 93 0 35
VI 2 12 0 10
Out houses 5 12 7
Sub total 1480 1914 0 434
PUNE
I 16 15 1 0
II 115 75 40 0
III 126 120 6 0
IV 60 60 0 0
V 10 10 0 0
Sub total 327 280 47 0
Total 14619 10410 4881 672
3. WEST BENGAL
KOLKATA
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 413 1692 0 1279
II 3656 2679 977 0
III 1686 1558 128 0
IV 524 213 311 0
V 273 190 83 0
VI 160 103 57 0
SK 91 98 0 7
DS 167 104 63 0
Sub total 6970 6637 1619 1286
SILIGURI
I 24 24 0 0
II 24 24 0 0
III 40 40 0 0
IV 12 12 0 0
Sub total 100 100 0 0
Total 7070 6737 1619 1286
4. STATE: HARYANA
FARIDABAD
I 504 482 22 0
II 938 832 106 0
III 619 328 291 0
IV 177 140 37 0
V 54 52 2 0
VI 16 16 0 0
Total 2308 1850 458 0
5. TAMILNADU
CHENNAI
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 801 450 351 0
II 1765 944 821 0
III 1639 660 979 0
IV 847 379 468 0
V 305 138 167 0
VI 63 20 43 0
SK 151 20 131 0
DU 177 30 147 0
KKN Hostel 30 30 0 0
Total 5778 2671 3107 0
6. HIMACHAL PRADESH
SHIMLA
I 285 285 0 0
II 600 388 212 0
III 464 374 90 0
IV 111 96 15 0
V 25 25 0 3
VI 4 4 0 0
Total 1489 1172 317 4
7. U.T. : CHANDIGARH
CHANDIGARH
I 696 710 0 14
II 1186 1070 116 0
III 600 542 58 0
IV 244 109 135 0
V 103 70 33 0
VI 25 5 20 0
Total 2854 2506 362 14
8. STATE: UTTARPRADESH
GHAZIABAD
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 170 176 0 6
II 538 480 58 0
III 212 132 80 0
IV 62 24 38 0
V 16 8 8 0
Sub total 998 820 184 6
LUCKNOW
I 364 272 92 0
II 824 474 350 0
III 318 223 95 0
IV 134 90 44 0
V 46 32 14 0
VI 4 2 2 0
Sub total 1690 109 3 597 0
AGRA
I 8 15 0 7
II 30 30 0 0
III 60 60 0 0
IV 14 14 0 0
V 5 5 0 0
Sub total 117 124 0 7
ALLAHABAD
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 100 114 0 14
II 402 437 0 35
III 206 282 0 76
IV 39 44 0 5
V 10 11 0 1
VI 1 2 0 1
Sub total 758 890 0 132
KANPUR
I 104 293 0 189
II 292 351 0 59
III 131 158 0 27
IV 39 60 0 21
V 30 31 0 1
Sub total 596 893 0 297
VARANASI
I 11 24 0 13
II 39 60 0 21
III 55 102 0 47
IV 12 12 0 0
Sub total 117 198 0 81
BAREILLY
I 0 0 0 0
II 12 12 0 0
III 18 18 0 0
IV 13 18 0 5
V 5 5 0 0
Sub total 48 53 0 5
Total 4324 4071 781 528
9. STATE:KARNATAKA
BANGALARU
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 441 380 61 0
II 747 384 363 0
III 640 470 170 0
IV 253 214 39 0
V 73 46 27 0
VI 30 4 26 0
SK 58 56 2 0
DS 34 34 0 0
Sub total 2276 1588 688 0
MYSORE
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 20 32 0 12
II 35 40 0 5
III 40 40 0 0
IV 15 16 0 1
V 8 8 0 0
Sub total 118 136 0 18
Total 2394 1724 688 18
10. STATE: ANDHRA PRADESH
HYDERABAD
I 104 184 0 80
II 466 416 50 0
III 305 224 81 0
IV 36 32 4 0
V 35 36 0 1
Hostel 28 32 0 4
Total 974 924 135 85
11. U.T.: ANDMAN & NICOBAR
PORT BLAIR
I 40 36 4 0
II 67 63 4 0
III 131 88 43 0
IV 23 22 1 0
V 10 10 0 0
Total 271 219 52 0
12. STATE:MANIPUR
IMPHAL
I 24 20 4 0
II 41 32 9 0
III 29 24 5 0
IV 6 4 2 0
Total 100 80 20 0
13. STATE:UTTRAKHAND
DEHRADUN
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 18 10 8 0
II 50 2 48 0
III 62 8 54 0
IV 19 2 17 0
Total 149 22 127 0
14. STATE:SIKKIM
GANGTOK
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 27 24 3 0
II 92 24 68 0
III 49 40 9 0
IV 27 12 15 0
V 9 6 3 0
Total 204 106 98 0
15. STATE: RAJASTHAN
JODHPUR
I 104 104 0 0
II 103 103 0 0
III 92 92 0 0
IV 22 22 0 0
V 4 4 0 0
VI 3 3 0 0
Sub total 328 328 0 0
JAIPUR
I 93 89 4 0
II 157 128 29 0
III 230 228 2 0
IV 73 72 1 0
V 25 24 1 0
VI 8 6 2 0
Sub total 586 547 39 0
BIKANER
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 6 6 0 0
II 6 6 0 0
III 8 8 0 0
IV 1 1 0 0
Sub total 21 21 0 0
Total 935 896 36 0
16. STATE:KERALA
COCHIN
I 19 32 0 13
II 113 116 0 3
III 78 68 10 0
IV 36 24 12 0
V 9 4 5 0
Sub total 255 244 27 16
CALICUT
II 14 14 0 0
III 14 14 0 0
IV 14 14 0 0
V 10 14 0 4
VI 1 2 0 1
Sub total 53 58 0 5
TRIVANDRUM
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 41 16 25 0
II 79 16 63 0
III 151 134 17 0
IV 59 52 7 0
V 13 12 1 0
Sub total 343 230 113 0
Total 651 532 140 21
17. STATE:MEGHALAYA
SHILLONG
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 27 22 5 0
II 77 34 43 0
III 38 24 14 0
IV 22 8 14 0
V 3 2 1 0
Total 167 90 77 0
18. STATE:MADHYA PRADESH
BHOPAL
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 32 32 0 0
II 74 52 22 0
III 63 60 3 0
IV 50 14 36 0
V 20 8 12 0
Total 239 166 73 0
INDORE
I 63 108 0 45
II 132 132 0 0
III 119 108 11 0
IV 26 26 0 0
V 8 8 0 0
VI 2 2 0 0
Total 350 384 11 45
19. STATE:TRIPURA
AGARTALA
I 56 48 8 0
II 72 46 26 0
III 77 54 23 0
IV 27 12 15 0
V 7 4 3 0
Total 239 164 75 0
20. STATE:GUJRAT
RAJKOT
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 39 48 0 9
II 41 48 0 7
III 30 36 0 6
IV 8 8 0 0
Total 118 140 0 22
21. STATE:NAGALAND
KOHIMA
Type Demand Availability Shortage Surplus
I 8 8 0 0
II 16 16 0 0
III 40 40 0 0
Total 64 64 0 0
22. STATE:JAMMU & KASHMIR
SRINAGAR
I 0 30 0 30
II 82 114 0 32
III 50 84 0 34
IV 14 16 0 2
V 5 6 0 1
Total 151 250 0 99
23. STATE:ASSAM
GUWAHATI
I 23 23 0 0
II 53 24 29 0
III 81 72 9 0
IV 27 24 3 0
Total 184 143 41 0
24. STATE:GOA
GOA
II 35 5 30 0
III 33 17 16 0
IV 6 6 0 0
Total 74 28 46 0

 

Annexure-II

Proposed scope of Redevelopment of Sriniwaspuri, Sarojini Nagar & Mohammadpur and GPRA Colonies. Development of CPWD land at Ghitorni

S. No DwellingUnit Category Re-Development Development Total
Sriniwaspuri Area- 73.14 Acre Mohammadpur Area- 7.71 Acre Sarojini Nagar Area- 288.07 Acre Ghitorni Area- 239.64 Acre
No. of DUs
Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed
Residential Area
1 Type-I 648 - 328 - - - - - 976 -
2 Type-II 756 1,204 - 384 - - - 1,000 756 2,588
3 Type-III 28 1,824 - 352 4,499 3,808 - 2,250 4,527 8,234
4 Type-IV - 574 - - 188 1,680 - - 188 2,254
5 Type-IV Spl. - - - - - 1,456 - 2,030 - 3,486
6 Type-V - - - - - 1,764 - 1,338 - 3,102
7 Type-VI - - - - - 504 - 975 - 1,479
8 Type-VII - - - - - 84 - 175 - 259
9 Type-VIII - - - - - 56 - 50 - 106
Total Nos. 1,432 3,602 328 736 4,687 9,352 - 7,818 6,447 21,508
Commercial Area - 46,979 Sqm - 9,360 Sqm - 1,87,806 Sqm - 5,58,400 Sqm - 8,02,545 Sqm
Community Area - 46,979 Sqm - 9,360 Sqm - 1,87,806 Sqm - 69,760 Sqm - 3,13,905 Sqm

 

Annexure-III

Proposed scope of Redevelopment of Kidwai Nagar (East), Kasturba Nagar, Thyagraj Nagar and Netaji Nagar.

S.No. Dwelling Unit Category Redeveopment
Kidwai Nagar (East) Kasturba Nagar Thyagraj Nagar Netaji Nagar
Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed Existing Proposed
1 Type-I 1336 2521 131 1369
2 Type-II 1000 1000 3048 1107 2408
3 Type-III 800 164
4 Type-IV 1500 509 116 132 1911
5 Type-IV Spl.
6 Type-V 108 1000 509 94 1911
7 Type-VI 200 255 72 1065
8 Type-VII 50
9 Type-VIII
Total 2444 4550 2521 4321 131 282 2772 7295
Annexure Source: http://164.100.47.132/Annexture_New/lsq16/2/au197.htm

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Amendment of paragraph 3 in the Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment Letter) of the Directorate of Estates

Amendment of paragraph 3 in the Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment Letter) of the Directorate of Estates

 

 No.12035/11/2013-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Policy-II Section

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi-110 108
Dated the 8th October, 2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub:- Amendment of paragraph 3 in the Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment Letter) of the Directorate of Estates.

It has been decided by the competent authority that the following amendment shall be made to the existing paragraph 3 to the offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation :

“If the allotment is accepted, you should obtain an Authority Slip from this Directorate either personally or by your authorized representative and take possession of the allotted residence from the C.P.W.D/N.B.C.C. Enquiry Office concerned within the date mentioned in the Authority Slip. In case of failure to take the possession within the time specified above, the Authority Slip must be retured to concerned allotment section of the Directorate of Estates immediately for cancellation of allotment.”

2. NIC is requested to make necessary amendments in the paragraph 3 of Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment letter) at the earliest please. A copy of allotment letter is enclosed for information.

sd/-
(S.K. Jain)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: www.estates.nic.in
[http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20283.pdf]

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Initiation of eviction proceedings and Cancellation of allotment of general pool residential accommodation (GPRA) in possession of Kendriya Bhandar — regarding

Initiation of eviction proceedings and Cancellation of allotment of general pool residential accommodation (GPRA) in possession of Kendriya Bhandar — regarding

No.12035/2/94-Pol.II(Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi – 110 108.
Dated the 27th May, 2013.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Cancellation of allotment of general pool residential accommodation (GPRA) in possession of Kendriya Bhandar and initiation of eviction proceedings — regarding.

In continuation of this Directorate 0.M of even number dated 10.11.2005 (copy enclosed), the undersigned is directed to say that the matter has been reviewed in this Directorate and it has been decided with the approval of the competent authority to cancel the allotment of general pool residential accommodation (GPRA) in possession of Kendriya Bhandar in Delhi and to initiate eviction proceedings with immediate effect.

2. All Allotment Sections of this Directorate are, therefore, requested to take immediate necessary action accordingly.

sd/-
(S.K.Jain)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in
[http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20221.pdf]

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