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Friday, July 13, 2012

CGEWHO's Mohali (Ph-I) offer of allotment and Option to migrate for Phase-II Beneficiaries.

CGEWHO has issued a letter regarding announcement of completion of Mohali (Phase-I) Housing Scheme and the specific draw of lots for allotment of specific flat/floor/Car Parking/Possession, which will be held in month of Sept' 12.  There is also an offer for Mohali(Ph-II) beneficiary to migrate to Mohali (Phase-I)
Housing Scheme. 
The text of letter reproduced here please go through the official letter by clicking link given below:
Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organization
6th Floor, 'A' Wing, Janpath Bhawan
New Delhi-110 001
Phone : (011) 23717249 / 23739722 / 23355408 Fax: (011) 23717250

No. A-506/6
By Mail
Date : 06/07/2012

To,
All beneficiaries of Mohali-II Housing Scheme.


Subject: Offer of confirmed allotment of 'B' type flat in CGEWHO's Mohali (Ph-l) Housing Scheme.  

Sir/Madam,
You might be aware that Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organization (CGEWHO) had announced Mohali (Phase-l) Housing Scheme in the year of 2006 and the project is nearing completion. The specific draw of lots for allotment of specific flat/floor and Car Parking will be held in month of Sept.'12 and possession of unit likely to be handed over by Dec.'12.

2(a). Option to migrate to Mohali (Phase-l) Housing Scheme  : You might be aware that Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organization (CGEWHO) had announced Mohali (Phase-I) Housing Scheme in the year of 2006 and the project is nearing completion. The specific draw of lots for allotment of specific flat/floor and Car Parking will be held very soon and possession of unit likely to be handed over after Sept' 12. Please note that CGEWHO normally take 30 months time to complete a housing project from its date of commencement of construction, if everything goes as per the schedule, drawn.

2(b). Few vacancies are still existing for type 'B'(2BHK) flats, which are being offered for allotment on first come first serve basis to the beneficiaries of Mohali-II who have paid their instalment(s) in full called so far. The flats will be ready to move in during this year of 2012. The announced cost has already been called from the existing beneficiaries thr. five instalment(s) with the last date(s) as 14.05.07, 30.07.08, 23.01.09, 29.06.09 and 07.05.10. Accordingly, the prospective incumbents will not be given any last date for the payment of the amounts called through five installment(s). They will have to arrange funds immediately before handing over the dwelling unit, after allotment and cancellation/withdrawal charges [15% of the 1st instalment of the respective type of unit} will be deducted (may refer CGE WHO Rule-26 of Part-B of the Scheme Brochure) from their deposited amount before effecting the migration.



A: Criteria : i) Must be the existing beneficiary of Mohali-II Housing Scheme of CGEWHO.
ii) Allotment will be made on first come first serve basis to priority-III i.e. general public also.
B: Details of flat and cost with configuration
Type of
unit/vacancies as
on date
Configuration
Area
(in sft)
Immediate
Financial Liability
(In Rs.)
Tentative Final cost
including Equalization
Charges
(In Rs.)
B(2BHK) - 14 Nos
GROUND+13
WITH LIFT
1005
18,01,190/= less
amount paid in
Mohali-II account
31,46,765/=


2(c). In case, you are interested to get allotment in Mohali-l; then please send your consent to this office as per 'PROFORMA' (visit website for the same) within 30 days time from the date of issue of the letter. Allotment will be made on FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis to the existing beneficiaries of Mohali (Phase-II) in order of his/er request receiving in this office in the enclosed proforma. I would advise you to send your consent letter preferably by e-mail first, followed by a hard copy by post for early action. Those who have sent their option in response to our letter of even reference dated 30/12/2011, if they have not received any response then they are required to follow up their option.

3. The beneficiaries who do not opt for either to migrate to Mohali-I Housing Scheme under above terms and conditions and desire to keep their allotment intact in Mohali-II, need not respond to this letter. They are requested to make payments kept outstanding so far at an early date to avoid action towards cancellation. It is our continuous endeavor to serve the beneficiaries better coping up with the external constraints and parameter and philosophy of welfare organization, self-financing concept and no-profit basis. Since, it is open on first come first basis, there is no last date for exercising the option. But, beneficiaries are requested to send their consent at the earliest so that migration can be effected.

Yours truly,
Encl. : As stated
Sd/-
M K Maity
Deputy Director (Administration)
for Chief Executive Officer

E-Mail : cgewhospeo2@gmail.com 
Telephone : 011 23327012

For letter click this link: http://www.cgewho.nic.in/MH_OTM.pdf

PROFORMA (Click on image or right click/save to download proforma)
Porforma+Option

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