Land Pooling Scheme

To ensure complete participation of the land owners in the infrastructure development the State notified the land pooling scheme. Under the scheme, land owners have the option of having land residential as well as commercial in vieu of their land acquired. The details of land to be allotted against land acquired is as under:-

Land Acquired (In acres)Residential Area (Sq. Yard)Commercial Area Excluding Parking (Sq.yard)Shape of Commercial AreaFloor
0.1100101 small boothGF/FF
0.2200201 big boothGF/FF
0.3300301 big booth+1 small boothGF/FF
0.4400402 big boothsGF/FF
0.5500502 big booths+1 small boothGF/FF
1.01000(2 plans each of 500 sq.yd)100Sco of 18′x40′ including 8′ verandah and 10′ open spaceGF+2+basement

Land owners will have the option of having size of plots according to their choice. For example against 1 acre of land acquired the land owner can have plots of size of 500,400,100 sq.yard 500,300 or 200 sq.yard.

In case of commercial land to be allotted no option would be given to the land owner in choosing the size. Commercial space will be allotted in a preferential manner going from big to small size.

Allotment of booth residential & commercial sites will be done through draw of lots.

Land owners can apply for land pooling jointly or in dependently.

Booth will be allotted instead of a site in case of land acquired from 10 sq.yard to 40 sq.yard. There booths will be constructed by GMADA, but cost of construction to be incurred will be paid in advance by land owners.

Special LOI
i) For land measuring less than one acre the land owner can avail cash compensation or can have special LOI, which he can sale or purchase. The LOI and special Letter of Intents of a single scheme can be clubbed together. A transfer fee of 2% will be charged on sale/purchase of Letters of Intents.

ii) Option of relocation of covered area by the land owner under Relocation policy: The government has formulated a relocation policy for the land owners who want in reside in the village. As per this policy, in proportion to covered area in the land acquired, the owner will be allotted land on the village outskirts. The compensation of constructed area will be given as per the land acquisition policy.

Residential Covered Area excudy Sheds constructer for vehicles; animals etc.Space to be relocated (In sq.yard)Area for Construction of streets (20% of total) (In sq.yard)Area of Residential plot to be allotted (In sq.yard)
Upto 250 sq.ft62.512.550
251 sq.ft to 500 sq.ft12525100
501 sq.ft to 1000 sq.ft25050200
1001 sq.ft to 1500 sq.ft37575300
1501 sq.ft to 2000 sq.ft500100400
2001 sq.ft to & above625125500

The relocation policy will be governed by some conditions:-
1. It the land owner opts for land at some other place in the village, he will not be effected to take plot under oustee category.

2. It only agriculture land of a village is being acquired, land will be relocated in another nearby village.

3. It there is no population/redline in the area being acquired, the relocation of houses will be done at an appropriate place and for that purpose land can be acquired separately if the need is felt.

III) The land owners who would opt for cash compensation for their land acquired, will also be allotted plots under oustee category as detailed in the table:

Sr. No.Area of land acquiredApp. Size of Plot to be allotted
10.5 acre to 1 acre83 sq. mtr (100 sq.yd)
21.1 acre to 2 acre167 sq. mtr (200 sq. yd)
32.1 acre to 3 acre250 sq. mtr (300 sq. yd)
43.1 acre to 4 acre334 sq. mtr (400 sq. yd)
5Above 4 acre418 sq. mtr (500 sq. yd)
If only a house is constructed on land acquire, land owner will be entitled for a Plot or flat as under:-
Sr. No.Acquired Constructed AreaApp. Size of Plot or Flat to be allotted
120 sq.yard-40 sq.mtrEWS house in super area is not less than 40
2More than 40 sq. mtrLIG flats in super area is not less then 60
3More than 80 upto 150 sq.mtrPlot of 82
4More than 150 upto 250 sq.mtrPlot of 167
5250 or morePlot of 250

a) Compensation of Shamlat land will be credited to account of Village Panchyat.

b) The land owner where land has been acquired, will be entitled for an electricity connection on priority, wherever he purchases land in the State.

c) It the land owner purchases land somewhere else by spending cash compensation, stamp duty & registration charges will not be charged from him.

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