HSIIDC has invited online applications for allotment of 132 industrial plots of different sizes on lease-hold basis

Chandigarh, Nov 19- Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has invited online applications for allotment of 132 industrial plots of different sizes on lease-hold basis from the members of the Council for Leather Exports (CLE) for the setting up of units at Mega Leather Cluster, Industrial Model Township, Sohna.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Corporation said that out of the total plots, 20 plots are of 4,050 square metres, whereas 60 plots are of 1,800 square metres and 52 of 1,012.5 square metres.
He said that industrial plots would be allotted for setting up of units for activities as permissible under the sub scheme ‘Mega Leather Cluster’ of Indian Leather Development Programme (ILDP) of Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry. It would be a totally non-tannery Mega Leather Cluster, he added.
The spokesman said that the authenticity of the applicant would be scrutinised by CLE at the first instance. However, HSIIDC would be final competent authority to allot plots and sites. He said that the allotment would be on lease-hold basis for 99 years and the land premium, equivalent to the tentative cost of the plot fixed or approved for such allottees would be payable.
He said that yearly economic lease rentals at the rate of Re one per square metre per annum, effective from the date of allotment on lease-hold basis, would be charged. He said that partial benefit to the extent of Rs 2,500 per square metre, out of the Government of India grant of Rs 105 crore, envisaged to be received for the leather cluster, would be passed on to the allottees or entrepreneurs setting up their industrial units at the Mega Leather Cluster. Thus the land premium for Mega Leather Cluster, Sohna would be Rs 7,500 per square metre as against prescribed or base or reserve allotment rate of Rs 10,000 per square metre.
He said that in case grant amount is not sanctioned or availed or received or withdrawn for the project for any reasons at any stage, the benefit of grant passed on to the allottees would be recovered from the existing allottee or transferee of the plot, along with applicable interest. He said that the allottees would be governed by other relevant clauses of Estate Management Procedures (EMP), as amended from time to time. For detailed terms and conditions and procedures for filling applications, one could visit e-governance portal of HSIIDC www.hsiidcesewa.org.in, he added. He said that the last date for receipt of applications is December 18, 2017.
The spokesman said that special offer of plots at the rate of Rs 7,500 per square metre has been provided and transparent procedure has been adopted for the allotment of plots. Apart from this, there would be provision for warehouse, testing lab facility, office and training centre, workers’ hostel facility and Ease of Doing Business by self-certification.