Himuda invites applications for sale of properties

Himuda invites applications for sale of properties

Photo for representational purpose only

Tribune News Service

Shimla, March 4

The Himachal Pradesh Housing and Urban Development Authority (Himuda) has invited applications from general public for its newly-constructed houses, flats and plots of different categories at various places in the state. The properties are located at Jarja (Nahan), Hamirpur, Nalagarh, Parwanoo, Dehra, Chamba, Basal (Solan), Bajaura (Kullu), Una and Rampur. The last date for the receipt of applications along with the earnest money is March 31. A draw of lots will be held at the head office of Himuda at Nigam Vihar in Shimla on April 8.

Himuda Chief Executive Officer Akshay Sood said that anyone could apply to buy these properties. He added that the advertisement for the sale of these properties had been uploaded on www.himuda.hp.gov.in with full details and terms and conditions.

Sood said that the applicants, who are already registered with Himuda through a demand survey, shall be given 25 per cent preference in allotments.

Top Stories

Night curfew in Haryana from 9 pm to 5 am

Night curfew in Haryana from 9 pm to 5 am

Restrictions to remain in force till further orders

Russia’s Sputnik V gets expert panel nod, ball now in DCGI court

Russia’s Sputnik V gets expert panel nod, ball now in DCGI court

If approved, Sputnik V will be third COVID-19 vaccine to be ...

Bengal elections: EC bars CM Mamata Banerjee from campaigning for 24 hours

Bengal elections: EC bars CM Mamata Banerjee from campaigning for 24 hours

Action comes following her remarks against central forces an...

India records highest single-day rise so far with over 1.68 lakh new Covid cases

India records highest single-day rise so far with over 1.68 lakh new Covid cases

The national recovery rate has fallen below 90 per cent

Sonia writes to PM Modi for nod to more vaccines; BJP hits back

Sonia writes to PM Modi for nod to more vaccines; BJP hits back

Saffron party says all those advocating approval to Pfizer w...

Cities

View All