Chandigarh Housing Board
Chandigarh is the capital city for the states of Punjab and Haryana. Also the city has the recognition of a union territory. In the year 1976, the Chandigarh housing board came in to existence as a result of extension of the already existing Haryana housing board which was actually established in the year 1971. The union territory recognition made the Chandigarh housing board take a face lift to transform itself to Chandigarh Administration undertaking. Since the city is capital for two thickly populated states, migrants push the population of the city to swell year after year. This increasing numbers prompt more demand for shelter which is the foremost challenge faced by the housing board of Chandigarh.
The functionality module of Chandigarh housing board is very simple and transparent. The Chandigarh administration performs the task of allotment of the land and plots to the Chandigarh housing board at regular intervals which depend on the demand for the houses. The housing board calls for an auction or some times even a general draw is conducted to select the people who could be assured of a home. The timing of the ventures is planned in such a manner that housing board tracks down the upswing of real estate prices.
Chandigarh housing board has always kept weaker sections of the society in mind and to provide maximum benefit to these social classes, it has built ventures only for them which are either sold or given away on a hiring deal. In the past few decades, housing board has taken initiative to erect huge ventures which would also solve the problem of availability of rental homes. The most significant quality of housing board has been assuring value to money. The foundation of every venture is supervised meticulously which is another feather in the cap for the proud housing board. Some commercial structures like shopping centres, dairy booths, covered platforms, day markets and service booths. All these advancements in the city of Chandigarh has smoothened life and made life enjoyable. Thanks to efficient planning and implementation modules followed by the Chandigarh housing board.