Property sale: Chandigarh Housing Board extends last date to submit e-bids

Property sale: Chandigarh Housing Board extends last date to submit e-bids

The CHB has extended the last date to submit e-bids for the sale of commercial as well as residential property by a week. - File photo

Chandigarh, October 12

The CHB has extended the last date to submit e-bids for the sale of commercial as well as residential property by a week.

After reducing the reserve price of leasehold commercial units by 20 per cent and residential units by 10 per cent, the CHB had invited e-bids for the sale of 191 units — 132 commercial and 31 residential units on a leasehold basis and 28 freehold residential units.

Earlier, the e-bids were to be submitted up to 10 am on October 12. “Due to administrative reasons, the closing date and time for submission of e-bids has been extended from October 12 to October 19 up to 10 am. The e-bids will be opened on October 19 from 10.15 am onwards,” said the Chief Accounts Officer, CHB. — TNS

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