Demand Survey for PMAY-Housing For All Scheme in Goa

April 4, 2017 | Last Modified: May 3, 2017 at 9:41 am

PMAY-Housing for All Scheme Demand Survey – Goa state government has approved the Hyderabad-based Regional Centre of Urban and Environmental Studies (RCUES) for taking a demand survey under PMAY-Housing for All Scheme. It will create Housing for All Plan of Action (HFAPoA) and Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) at the cost of Rs 84 lakh, covering all 14 urban local bodies.

Through this demand survey, an estimate of affordable housing required will be carried out in urban area. On the basis of this demand survey, the GSUDA, in association with urban local bodies, would prepare an action plan for the implementation of the scheme.

A proposal has been sent by GSUDA to the state government for the sanctioning of the expenditure.

The report of Technical Group on Urban Housing Shortage, prepared by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, the sate is demanding a requirement of at 60,000 houses.

Besides, the government has also announced the rehabilitation of all slums of Zuarinagar, Kamrabhat and Chimbel by 2022 in the current budget.

Under PMAY-Housing for All by 2022′ scheme, the government would provide subsidy to all the eligible people belonging to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category. To be eligible for the scheme, families upto income Rs 3 lakh will fall in the category of EWS and annual income within Rs 3-6 lakh will fall in Low Income Group (LIG). Apart from this condition, the beneficiary should not have any pucca house anywhere in India.

According to the scheme, urban poor living in states include street vendors, tea or vegetable vendors, rickshaw operators, migrant labourers, delivery boys, domestic help, Class IV employees, industrial workers, IT junior professionals, and all other eligible categories.

Under Pradhan Mnatri Awas Yojana, the central government will provide an assistance in the range of Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2.30 lakh per house under different components of the scheme.

  • In-situ redevelopment of slums
  • Credit-linked Subsidy Scheme,
  • Affordable Housing in Partnership
  • Beneficiary-led individual construction/improvement