PMAY Demand Survey Assam – The Municipal Corporation of Guwahati (GMC) will start PMAY Demand Survey in the Guwahati from 12 June under the central’s ambitious scheme ‘Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban). The central’s mission and our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s dream is to provide an affordable housing to all the homeless people of the nation so that no will be the remain homeless in the nation till the year 2022.
According to the official statement, this is the first comprehensive government scheme in the post-Independence era that offers affordable housing to such a wide range of income groups. The housing units will be provided in four tailor-made verticals under the mission. They are In-situ Slum Redevelopment (ISSR), Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS), Affordable Housing in Partnership (AHP), and Beneficiary Led Construction and Enhancement (BLC/BLE) of the dwelling unit.
The statement further said that a large section of the state urban populace resides in rented places and do not possess any land or house of their own. If such families have a monthly income of less than Rs 25,000, then they can avail benefits under the AHP vertical. There is another section of the urban population who owns a plot of myadi land in municipal ward areas but has not been able to build a pucca house or have an inadequate pucca house of less than 21 square metre because of financial constraints. In such cases, it is now possible for the families to have a pucca house or enhance the inadequate pucca house under the BLC/BLE vertical with government subsidy
PMAY Demand Survey Assam
- In Assam, all the 97 Urban Local Bodies (ULB) will be covered in the PMAY Demand Survey Assam. The ULBs includes GMC, Municipality Boards and Town Committees.
- The main objective of the PMAY Scheme is to provide a pucca (Concrete) affordable housing to about two lakh families.
- For this, the PMAY demand survey Assam application form is being distributed.
- The prime focus of Central’s Housing for All mission primarily is on providing pucca house to the EWS people oof the society having monthly income less than Rs 25,000.
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