Upcoming MHADA Projects Mumbai 2017 | Upcoming MHADA Flats Distribution Scheme 2017 Inside Area Wise.
For all the residents of the great city where dreams are realized, securing a safe abode to call their own home is a tedious task. The state of Maharashtra is the home of the maximum population after the nation’s capital chiefly because of the densely populated slum area, Dharavi. The rehabilitation projects for the residents of the largest slum in Asia are currently being undertaken under the guidance of the central government as well as the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority. Apart from rehabilitation programs for the underprivileged section of the society the MHADA is strongly associated with yearly allocation of new homes at affordable rates to all the people currently in the state with no place to call their own. The corporation builds new colonies ranging in plot size and area coverage built for various categories according to the salary stratification. These flats are built at large scales and then distributed to applicants via an online lottery system.
Upcoming MHADA Projects Mumbai 2017
The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority or MHADA is a government undertaking that was established by the state government under the various prescribed rules and regulations that are mentioned in the constitution of India. The MHADA was established in the year 1977 and has been engaged firmly in rehabilitating the population of the state with their own housing. The MHADA functions exclusively for the lower and middle class strata and distributes homes at affordable rates for these categories in semi-urban and urban areas. Till now the corporation has established and sold more than 30,000 housing units. The headquarters of MHADA are located in Bandra, Maharashtra. The authority is presided over by a President who is succeeded in order by the Vice President and other members of the Board. MHADA’s 2016 lottery was conducted in the months of July and August and was a huge success in terms of administration. The lottery program received a huge response in terms of applications filed and hence the corporation will be coming with a lot more projects in the next year to complete the back logs as well as entertain fresh applicants.
MHADA Projects Basic Information
MHADA Total Flats Released in 2017 :- 3000 Flats
Distribution in year 2016:- 972 Flats
Total Application Revived :- 136577
Lottery in Sion Mumbai :- 14 Houses
Total Application Revived :- 14000
Pratiksha Nagar Mumbai :- 1 Flat
Total Application Revived :- 500
The MMRDA and MHADA collaborated for the mill worker’s housing program that was announced in 2012. Now the project is complete and the list of the eligible candidates has been published on the website of MHADA after several delays and postponements. The next big projects that are expected to begin in the coming year are going to be announced by the Chairman very soon. Keep an eye on the official website for regular updates on the projects that MHADA releases. It is expected that a project will be released for March 2017 where more than 3000 new homes will be filled by MHADA. After this another bigger project is expected later in the year.
Upcoming MHADA Projects Mumbai 2017 / Plots and Flats
Area Name Total Flats
Griha Nigam Kala Nagar
Shivaji Nagar Solapur
The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority’s most recent categorization for the various salary categories is that the EWS category is one which earns up to Rs. 25,000 per month. The LIG category is one with the monthly wages ranging in Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 50,000/-. The MIG category ranks next between Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 75,000 and the HIG salary category is one with more than Rs. 75,000/-. The process followed is that the candidates file applications along with a deposition of some registration money. This money is considered a part of the payment if the candidate is later listed in the final lists of the MHADA for allotment of homes. Each year tons of new application are filed to the authority for registering to the process and attaining a registered home to their name in the state of Maharashtra where living costs are extremely high.