Soon, the small print of all sorts of residences of Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB), such as residential, commercial, small residences and devices beneath less expensive apartment schemes will be accessible simply a click on away.
CHB has already uploaded small print like modern ownership, important points of license price and floor lease paid, the penalty for late repayments and stability due of about 17,000 allottees of small residences and about 1,700 allottees of low-priced condominium scheme and about 4,500 allottees of industrial gadgets on an actual-time basis.
The board now plans a tie-up with NIC, Chandigarh and will add important points of all sorts of residential properties, which includes leasehold and freehold, on its website. Sources stated the board will begin with Sector sixty-three and later the identical mannequin will be replicated in different sectors.
A senior CHB professional stated the thinking at the back of the workout is to minimise human interface and maximise the use of technology. Besides saving allottees’ time, the go will allow diversion of the body of workers engaged in the work into some different work, he added.
Recently, CHB had brought the facility of online charge for all types of dues. To inspire digital payment, the bureau determined to keep a computerised draw every month to supply a reward of Rs 1,000 every to 010 online free transactions, irrespective of the quantity paid.
Initially, the scheme used to begin for a few months however recently, to motivate online payments, CHB determined to proceed with the reward of Rs 1,000 every to 10 online price transactions at some point in 2021. A computerised draw to determine 10 winners was once being held every month. The board had delivered the facility of online fee of all types of dues and now, the allottees are not required to go to the office. They can pay their dues online with the aid of travelling the internet site of the housing board.
Online repayments can be made thru internet banking, debit playing cards and credit score cards, barring more charges.
As per reachable data, in April and May, there have been 1,877 online transactions, which includes over 880 transactions in April and over 950 in May.
The board gathered Rs 65.60 lakh thru online transactions in April and Rs 1.52 crore in May.