10 days special camps for collection of outstanding rent from Small Flats

Chandigarh, 4th July 2019: 

During the month of June, 10 days special camps for collection of outstanding rent from Small Flats were organized by the Chandigarh Housing Board at 07 locations namely Dhanas, Ramdarbar, Maulijagran, Sector-38, West Sector-49, Sector-56 and at  Industrial Area Phase-I. It was found during the camps that total dues were Rs. 5.28 crores and during the month of June the total collection was about Rs. 6.50 crores. During the camp, about 2300 allottees cleared their dues; however dues more than Rs. 20 crores are still pending.

Chandigarh Housing Board has issued Final Show Cause Notices to 250 allottees and first time notices to 6000 allottees who have failed to clear the pending dues. They have been given 15 days time to clear their dues failing which, their allotment will be cancelled and proceedings for their eviction will be initiated.

Considering huge number of defaulters, the CHB has decided to organize  three days camp for collection of dues from the defaulters of small flats. The camps will be organized from 10.07.2019 to 12.07.2019 between 08:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. at the following locations:

Name of the Colony (Small Flats) Rent Collection Centre(Small Flat No.)
DhanasFor flat no. 01 to 700-C38, Dhanas
For flat no.701 to 1400-C747, Dhanas
For flat no. 1401 to 2112-C113, Dhanas
Ramdarbar2563, Ramdarbar
Maulijagran24, Maulijagaran
Sector-38 West4783/1, Sector-38 West
Sector-492547, Sector-49
Sector-566501, Sector-56
Industrial Area Phase-INear 825-A, Industrial Area Phase-I

The detail of outstanding dues against each of the allottee/licensee of Small Flats is available on the website of CHB i.e.www.chbonline.in. In case there is any discrepancy / dispute, the allottee / licensee may pay the admitted outstanding dues and contact the Colony Branch at the office of Chandigarh Housing Board (Recovery Section, Block ‘C’) alongwith proof of payment etc. for reconciliation.

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