Chhattisgarh Housing Board
Chhattisgarh is one of the three new states formed to add up the already existing twenty five states in India. After formation of this separate state, the government of Chhattisgarh has brought the act of housing board in to immediate existence. The growth in urbanisation in this state has encouraged people to come settle in this state. To accommodate the settlers and to fulfil their own house dreams, the state government is striving hard to meet the expectations of the residents of the states. The main objective for putting up of this housing board is that the betterment of people who belong to various social statuses.
The houses built up by the housing board are purely dependent on the home seeker’s requirements which can range from comfort, convenience to budget which the buyer can afford. Many residential ventures have taken shape in the cities and towns of Chhattisgarh. To name some we have Bustar, Dantewada, Raipur, Kerba, Surguja, Bilaspur, Durg, Raigarh and Jashpur. Showing the super success of residential assignments, Housing board of Chhattisgarh has taken up the construction of many commercial complexes for giving them to lease to corporate offices and also to retail outlets, shops etc. These projects are planned in such a manner that the requirements of people are given the ultimate priority. Mainly the residential societies are placed at area which persist all basic amenities like markets, parks/playgrounds, entertainment areas. Also factors like public transport including bus, rail and air services are given a thought before finalising the location. For this reason Chhattisgarh state is being helped by the central government by sending eligible and efficient engineers, architects etc to the site.
As this state is still in medieval age of development, the housing board is finding it tough to take this scheme to the root level i.e., rural areas. Also cities in this state are still in budding stages as far as the urbanisation is concerned. The state government is trying hard to the possible extent to push ahead the economy of the state.