Description

Under Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojana, Haryana Government aims to develop 2 Lakh affordable housing units in low and medium potential cities and towns within the state, by the year 2022. The Hon'ble Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal Khattar in the presence of Mr. Narendra Modi announced that the state government would develop low-cost high-density colonies in low and medium potential towns, where the land would be available for development. The affordable housing colonies under the scheme would be developed by private developers.

FAR of 2.0 is available, on which Stilt+3 floors (3 Units) can be built and each unit can be registered separately.

This Project falls under Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojana and consists of plots. People may avail facilities like schools, dispensaries, shopping center, hotels, community center, shopping complexes close by as well as nature-friendly green features like water harvesting etc.

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Freehold residential Plots Size:

70Sqyd | 100Sqyd | 130Sqyd | 150Sqyd | 165Sqyd

Features

  • Booking amount only 10% of the total cost
  • One of the project under “DEEN DAYAL JAN AWAS YOJNA” in Ambala
  • Community center in society
  • Internal Parks
  • Minimum 9m Wide Roads
  • LED Street Lighting
  • Water and Sewerage Management
  • Schools
  • Hospital / Dispensaries
  • Shopping Centre

Ambala Master Plan


Locality

Ambala, is a city and a municipal corporation in Ambala district in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the Indian state of Punjab and in proximity to both states capital Chandigarh. Politically; Ambala has two sub-areas: Ambala Cantonment also known as Ambala Cantt and Ambala City, less than one kilometer apart, therefore it is also known as "Twin City". It has a large Indian Army and Indian Air Force presence within its cantonment area. Ambala separates the Ganges river network from the Indus river network and is surrounded by two rivers – Ghaggar and Tangri – to the north and to the south. Due to its geographical location, the Ambala district plays an important role in local tourism, being located 47 km (28 miles) south of Chandigarh, the state capital, 148 km (93 miles) southwest of Shimla, 198 km (121 miles) north of New Delhi and 260 km (155 miles) southeast of Amritsar.Gurudwara Manji Sahib is situated in Ambala.

Ambala is one of the foremost centres of trade, commerce and communication in north India. It is a junction of major National/State highway as well as important trunk routes of Northern Railways. It is located on National Highway No.1 Sher Shah Shuri Marg and is a Divisional Head quarter of Northern Railways, besides being a Divisional Headquater of Haryana State. It is also one of the oldest and largest cantonment of India. Ambala occupies a prestigious place on the industrial map of the country as it is a traditional centre for the manufacture and export of scientific and electronic instruments. It has a major wholesale market for cloths and textiles, drug and chemicals. It is also the largest manufacturer of electrical kitchen gadgets. It is an established centre of trade and commerce of north India. The urban area comprising of Ambala city, Ambala Cantt. and other neighboring areas is well serviced by prominent Educational institution and hospitals. Ambala is a natural choice for entrepreneurs, professionals, Educationist and Defence personnel. The Town & Country Planning Department, Haryana has prepared a well conceived Development Plan for Ambala. The Haryana Urban Development Authority has envisaged the city as a self-contained urban centre with the requisite infrastructure of a high standard. Sector-27 Ambala, has been beautifully planned on Modern Town Planning lines.

Connectivity

Ambala is connected to all of the other major cities of north India including Delhi, Panipat, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Amritsar and Shimla. It is a big interchange for various commuters for all neighbouring states.The Ambala Cantt bus stand witnesses roughly 50,000 commuters daily. National highway NH 1 popularly known as GT road passes through Ambala and connects it to National capital Delhi, Panipat, Ludhiana and Amritsar. NH 22 connects it to state capital Chandigarh and Shimla. National Highway 52 connects it to Kaithal, Narwana and Hisar. Apart from the Interstate service, Ambala also houses one of the oldest local bus service in Haryana, which is run by both Haryana roadways and private companies. Other means of local transportation include auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws.

Roadways

Bus service is the major means of public transport in this district. Ambala depot came into being on 1 August 1950. The office of the General Manager is situated in the premises the depot workshop at Ambala City. Ambala depot has a sub depot at Naraingarh.

Presently, Haryana Roadways, Ambala has 209 buses, which carry about 34.88 Lacs passengers daily and cover a distance of about 19.79 Lacs Km daily. Out of these, total distance covered on interstate routes is 24,711 km and 41,439 km are operated within Haryana every day. The total staff of the depot (including that of sub depot Naraingarh) is 1085.

New Bus Stand at Ambala Cantt was inaugurated on 12.7.1999 and the total land of bus stand is 6.7 acre. Bus stands in this district exist at Ambala City, Naraingarh and Barara as well. A sub depot level workshop has also been provided at Naraingarh. 'Yatri Niwas' exists in the campus of Ambala Cantt. bus stand for the convenience of the commuters who wish to stay for the night.

Railways

Ambala is a divisional headquarters of the Northern Railway Zone and is an important railway junction. Ambala Cantt station is among top 100 booking stations of India. The city is served by three railway stations:

  • Ambala Cantt [UMB] (Junction on Delhi-Kalka line and Moradabad-Ambala line/Ambala-Attari line)
  • Ambala City [UBC] (On Ambala-Attari line)
  • Dhulkot [DKT] (on Delhi-Kalka line)

The Ambala Cantonment railway station was founded on the junction of the Delhi-Kalka and Ludhiana-Saharanpur lines. The historic Delhi-Panipat-Ambala-Kalka railway line dates back to 1889 while the Ludhiana-Saharanpur line was built in 1870. Situated 200 km north of Delhi, this town is well connected by the rail and road network.

Ambala cantt railway station is main station of the city and is well connected with major cities of India like Delhi, Jammu, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Panipat, Lucknow, Kanpur Howrah, Patna, Mumbai, Jaipur, Ajmer, Surat, Chennai, Pune and many more. Kalka-Shimla Railway which is UNESCO's World Heritage site also comes under Ambala division.Ambala Cantonment Railway Station serves maximum Shatabdi Express after New Delhi.


Allotment Rate & Payment Terms:

Plot Sizes Available: -70Sqyd, 100Sqyd, 130Sqyd,150Sqyd and 165Sqyd

Total Cost:-14500/-per SqYard+PLC


Payment Plan A (Development Linked Plan )

At the time of Booking

10%

Within 45 days of Booking/Allotment

15%

On starting of Sewage Work

15% of Cost + PLC

On starting of Water Line Work

15% of Cost

On starting of Road Work

15% of Cost

On starting of Park Development

10% of Cost

On starting of Street Light Work

10% of Cost

On offer of possession

10% of Cost


Payment Plan B (Down Payment Plan)

At the time of Booking

10%

Within 30 days of Booking/Allotment

15%

Within 60 days of Booking/Allotment

75% of Cost + PLC


Document Required for Booking:

  • Aadhar Copy
  • Pan Card Copy
  • One Passport Size Photograph
  • Booking Amount cheque / Demenad draft


Bank Loans

Since the above project is 'Free Hold', Hassel-Free Loan facilities will also be available to the buyer and since the project has been approved by the 'Director of Town & Country Planning (DTCP)Haryana' as approved vide license no. 54 of 2017, the benefit of lower rate of interest and also the interest subsidy will also be available to the buyers.