Ghaziabad News: Process of getting origin card from Ghaziabad Development Authority will be expensive
That’s why the rules had to be made
Officials said that so far different state authorities have been charging countless fees and water charges according to their own to get the card passed. Because of this, some people filed a lawsuit in court. The court had ordered the housing department to produce a similar manual on this issue. In order, the Housing Department prepared manuals regarding ambar fees and water fees. Until now, the transport cost was 40 rupees per square meter. It is proposed to increase by 25 percent to Rs 50 per square meter. While water charges have been set at Rs 50 per square meter.
Large builder will have to pay stack fee
Until now, wholesale fees were not charged to large builders who built on the two thousand square meter project. It was exempt from it since 2004. But now on a land of one thousand to five thousand square meters, 40 rupees, five thousand to ten thousand rupees 35 and on a land with an area of more than 10 thousand square meters, you will have to pay Rs 25 per square meter. . If a builder’s transportation cost exceeds Rs 10 lakh, he will be exempted from paying in instalments. 9% interest will be charged on this amount. For this, a bank guarantee or any land must be mortgaged for the benefit of the community. Three percent interest will also be charged for failure to pay on time. This will also affect the price of the apartment.
Water charges will be recovered when water is donated
We are told that GDA will only be able to collect water charges within its own perimeters. Because GDA will be able to provide water facilities to people in its own system itself. Where GDA fails to provide water facilities, there shall be no right to recover water charges.
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When passing the GDA card, huge fees are charged for cleaning up the garbage coming out of the houses. The cleaning work is carried out by the Municipality, so after having collected this fee, the GDA hands it over to the Municipality.