Hike in Collector rates – Property market in Zirakpur suffers
Hike in Collector rates – Property market in Zirakpur suffers Owning a property in chandigarh has become a costly affair as the collector rate and the fee for getting building plan approved has been hiked by the authorities. A common man who is thinking of owning a small residential house in this region is hit badly by the hiked collector rates. Imagine, before April 1st, 2011, owning a small six Marla (150 sq yards) plot could be accomplished with the payment of Rs 75,000 (as collector rates) as compared to Rs 1,35,000 today for the same. The buyer will have to also pay Rs 45,000 for getting approval for building plan. The information about the hike is drafted on the basis of categories focused on location, for example the location of the property in concern is on the main road, on the link road, their placement in the municipal limit of Zirakpur etc. Registration rates for the land on the main road have been increased from Rs 1 cr to Rs 3.5 cr per acre. Similarly, the land rates have been fixed at Rs 1.5-2 cr per acre for the inner parts of property in zirakpur. Collector Rates Zirakpur Property LocationsPrevious NEW Main Road ( Per acre)Rs 1 cr3.5 cr Agricultural Land in Inner parts ( per acre)Rs 1.5 crRs 1.5-2 cr Commercial Property ( per sq yard)Rs 9,000Rs 18,000 Residential plots in named colony ( per sq yard) Rs 5,000Rs 9,000 Independent residential plots ( per sq yard)Rs 4,500Rs 8,000 Building Map Fees Residential Plot SizePreviousNEW 50-125 sq yardsRs 80Rs 323 flat rate for all sizes 250 sq yardsRs 213 Commercial plots All sizes Rs 350RS 2,815
For commercial properties the rates have been increased from Rs 9000 to Rs 18,000 per sq yard. The rates in approved residential colonies have been increased to Rs 9000 from Rs 5000 and for residential sites without any name of the colony; the rate has been fixed at Rs 8,000 per sq yard.
Hiking and fixing a same cost for building map approval fees for all sizes of plots will have direct impact on the property owner of small residential houses as it was Rs 80 instead of Rs 323 per sq yard now. For commercial property, there is a substantial hike in the rates; it has been increased from Rs 350 per sq yard to Rs 2,815 per sq yard. According to property consultants, -an end customer / buyer in the region would opt for flats in developments instead of plots due to hike in collector rates and building map approval fees-.