Housing scheme under Central Government Employees Welfare housing Organisation CGEWHO
The present status of housing schemes to provide houses to the Central Government employees under Central Government Employees Welfare housing Organisation (CGEWHO) in different parts of the country is as follows. The position was reported to the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (HUPA) by the Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation (CGEWHO).
According to CGEWHO Houses are under construction in the following schemes:
S.No. Scheme Scheduled Date of completion Expeceted Date of completion
1 Chennai Phase-II 14.12.2009 September, 2010
2 Hyderabad Phase-III 21.12.2009 December, 2010
3 Bhubaneswar Phase-I 05.04.2011 December, 2010
4 Mohali Phase-I 29.01.2011 December, 2010
5 Meerut Phase-I 11.04.2012 August, 2011
6 Jaipur Phase-II 07.06.2011 March, 2011
According to CGEWHO Housing scheme at Vishakhapatnam has been announced and construction on this project to be commenced on approval of plans by Statutory Authorities. There is no project as on date in Delhi,
Gurgaon and Noida.
The above mentioned housing schemes under construction are progressing as per schedule mentioned against each except the Chennai Phase-II and Hyderabad Phase-III Schemes for unforeseen reasons such as additional
requirement of provisioning of about 3000 pile foundations in the case of Chennai Phase-II Scheme and delay in getting the approval of plans from the statutory authorities on account of litigation in respect of Hyderabad Phase III Scheme.
Houses under all the above mentioned 6 schemes under construction have already been allotted. The Executive Committee and the Governing Council of CGEWHO periodically meet to discuss the issues pertaining to CGEWHO including monitoring of its functioning. SOURCE;CGSN
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