Cabinet approves MP Housing Redevelopment Policy 


  •  Old and dilapidated houses could be razed to provide new, better, houses to residents 

Bhopal: The MP Housing Redevelopment Policy-2022 was approved in the meeting of the Cabinet at Mantralaya today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Madhya Pradesh Housing Redevelopment Policy - 2022 was approved for the purpose of demolishing old and dilapidated houses located in the cities and providing new, better, modern and convenient houses to the residents and optimum use of the urban land.
Administrative approval was given by the Council of Ministers for the Kanh Diversion Close Duct Project of Ujjain district under the Simhastha head of Rs. 598 crore 66 lakh. The construction agency will also do its maintenance work for 15 years.

226 health institutions to be upgraded
With the objective of improving health services in the state, the Cabinet approved the establishment/upgradation of 226 health institutions (21 civil hospitals, 12 community health centers, 191 primary health centers, 2 sub-health centers).
The Cabinet accorded revised administrative approval of Rs 768 crore 22 lakh instead of Rs 665 crore 88 lakh issued earlier for the establishment of a hospital affiliated to Chhindwara Institute of Medical Sciences.

73 CM Rise schools will be built
In the first phase of the CM Rise Yojana in the state, 275 schools are being developed by the School Education Department. Out of these, it was decided to construct 73 well-equipped schools with an estimated cost of Rs 2660 crore 66 lakh in relation to the DPR project according to the recommendation made by the Project Testing Committee.

Multi-modal Logistics Park
Decision was taken to grant permission to give MPIDC’s Pithampur Investment Area Development and Management Plan (adjacent to the urban area) of approximately 75 hectares of selected land for residential use, in Jamodi village of urban area, in which multi-modal logistics park is proposed to be set up.

Attractive package for building new houses
Urban Development and Housing Minister Shri Bhupendra Singh has informed that Madhya Pradesh Housing Redevelopment Policy-2022 has been approved in the Cabinet meeting. In the policy, new construction of dilapidated buildings is proposed without any charge from the beneficiaries. All the cities of the state will be included in this.
No charges will be payable for conversion from leasehold to freehold. In projects being taken up for redevelopment, the developer will be exempted from depositing (Shelter Fee/Additional Shelter Fee) for weaker sections (LIG/EWS) under Rule 10 of the Madhya Pradesh Municipality (Colony Development) Rules, 2021 and mortgaging the property or furnishing bank guarantee in Rule 13.