Amendement on Guidelines issued for implementation of 2 Bed Room Housing Programme with GO MS 12 on 26 November 2015 orders were outlining the Government policy for implementation of the “Two Bed Room Housing Programme” in a phased manner by the District Collectors and Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation.
M.D.TSHCL have requested for issuing necessary amendment for para II of G.O.1st read above regarding operational guidelines issued on selection of beneficiaries to implement the said Programme. Government after careful examination, hereby issue the following amendment to the orders issued in the G.O.Ms.No.10,Houisng(RH&C-A1)Department, dt:15.10.2015, subject to final orders of the Hon’ble High Court in the case cited under reference 4th read above.
Government have committed to provide 2 Bed Room Houses to all the houseless poor families in the State through 2 Bed Room Housing Programme in a phased manner. Each house will consist of 2 Bed Room, Hall, kitchen and two toilets (bath-cum-WC) (2BHK). Accordingly the following guidelines are issued for implementation of the programme by the District Collectors and Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation.
I.ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF BENEFICIARIES
- Beneficiary family should be a BPL family having a valid Food Security Card with a number on her / her spouse name / his name ( in case of widow/ widower/ Physically challenged.).
- House will be sanctioned in the name of house wife of the family.
- Houseless Families and families living presently in Huts, Katcha houses or in Rented houses.
The following SC/ST/Minorities caste composition (of available eligible SC/ST/Minorities) shall be adhered to in selection of beneficiaries in each Assembly Constituency and the overall composition shall be maintained for the district as a whole.
Rural: SC /ST – 50% Minorities –7% and balance for others. Urban: SC–17%,ST–6%,Minorities–12% and balance for others.
(The percentages indicated are minimum and can exceed to the extent required wherever such a scenario arises).
SELECTION OF GPS/ ULBS AND SANCTION OF 2 BED ROOM HOUSES.
District Minister and MLA of the respective Assembly Constituency shall sanction 2 Bed Room Houses in 50:50 ratio and furnish the list of eligible beneficiaries as per eligibility criteria along with the Gramapanchayats, Urban Local Bodies in which the programme is to be implemented to the District Collector/Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation. The number of houses sanctioned shall not be more than the sanctions given to each Constituency.
The eligibility of beneficiaries in the list shall be verified by the Tahasildar of the Mandal and by the Official designated by Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation in Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation area and place it before Gramasabha/Wardsabha.
Grmasabha/Wardsabha will verify the eligibility of beneficiary families in the list placed before it based on eligibility criteria and Socio Economic Caste Census(SECC) data and forward the list to the District Collector/Commissioner
Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation.
District Collector/Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation will get the list submitted by the Tahasildar/designated officials of Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation super checked by senior officials of the District Administration/GHMC.
In case of Urban areas, guidelines issued under “Housing for All” by GOI shall be followed wherever funds are dovetailed with “Housing for All” scheme funds.
III. PATTERN, DESIGN, AND COST :
Pattern of construction
While selecting sites for housing construction, the District Collector have to identify most suitable Government land available if any, abutting to the village/ Municipality to take up housing in layouts.
In Rural areas, independent houses shall be taken up with an individual plot area of 125 Sq.yds. If land is scarce, the District Collectors may consider for G+1 houses in major Gram panchayats.
iii. In Urban areas, houses shall be taken up in G+ pattern. District Collectors/ Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation shall consider land availability and decide on the number of floors to be taken up.
G.O.Ms. 1493 dt 1.12.2007, Revenue (Asst.POT) Dept may be followed for house-sites within 2Kms of mandal headquarters.
In case of G+ houses, allotment of flats shall be done by way of lots. Families with Physically challenged persons (PHCs) shall be allotted in the Ground floor.
Each house will have 2 Bed Rooms, hall, kitchen and two toilets (bath-cum-WC) with a plinth area of 560 sq.ft. (in Rural it includes area of staircase and in Urban it includes stair case & common area).
- Two lofts for storage of house-hold goods shall be provided in each house.
- Kitchen shall have kitchen platform .
- The type design of 2 BHK for 560 Sft. is indicated in annexure enclosed.
In rural areas toilets can be within the house or outside the house.
District Collectors can access funds from NREGS or Swatch Bharat for construction of toilets
The cost of construction per flat/ house shall not be more than Rs.5.30 lakhs in Urban areas and 5.04 lakhs in Rural areas which includes all basic facilities of Water supply, Sanitary and Electric connections and stair case. Construction cost includes all statutory taxes. The cost of construction is expected to be less than Standard Schedule of Rates (SSR) due to economies of scale, uniform design and due to supply of sand to be made available by the District Collectors under weaker section housing programme as per extant instructions issued by the Govt time to time. District Collector may issue permits to the successful bidder to the extent of sand requirement.
Required Civic- infrastructure for each colony i.e., Water supply, Electricity, Approach and internal Roads& Drains, Sewerage shall be provided.
Infrastructure cost per house shall not exceed Rs.1.25 lakhs in Rural and Rs.75,000/- in Urban Areas per house.
ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTION, TECHNICAL SANCTION AND EXECUTION:
District Collector shall select any Engineering Department in the district to execute 2 Bed Room Housing programme. The selected engineering department shall prepare Estimates for each colony for construction of Houses and infrastructure . In case of urban areas which are dovetailed with Housing For All (HFA) DPR shall be prepared as per the instructions issued by Director MEPMA.
The District Collector is empowered to accord Administrative sanction for projects under 2 Bed Room Housing Programme up to Rs.150 crores in relaxation of existing PWD Codal provisions. The work shall be entrusted to the Executing Engineering department under intimation to the respective Head of the Department.
The Tender Approval Committee shall be constituted by the District Collector as himself/herself as chairperson, Superintending Engineer of executing department as member convener and with other members as he deemed fit.
The Superintending Engineer of the Engineering department selected by the District Collector to execute the Project, is empowered to issue Technical sanction up to Rs. 150 crores in relaxation of existing PWD Codal provisions and to call for tenders on e-procurement platform as per procedures in vogue in Government departments.
Tenders may be called by clubbing several locations together based on the Geography, Size of the Project and Operational feasibility. Price escalation is not permitted under this programme.
Tenders shall be called jointly for Housing and infrastructure. A construction schedule shall be given to ensure sequential completion of the project including infrastructure.
Each tendered work shall be completed within 6 months.
The District Collector who is the Chairman of the Tender Approval Committee is empowered to finalise and approve tenders upto Rs.150 crores for 2 Bed Room Housing Programme in relaxation of PWD Codal procedures.
The District Collector shall issue work orders to the successful bidder.
The executing Engineering department will execute the work as per Standard Engineering procedures.
Work bills shall be raised once in a month or on achieving 10% of ECV.
In GHMC area, administrative sanction, tender approval, execution of the Programme and Project monitoring and quality control shall be done by the Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation duly following the established procedures in Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation and shall seek the orders of the Muncipal Administration &Urban Department in Government, wherever required, in this regard.
Project Monitoring and Quality control
The District Collector shall constitute a District Monitoring Committee to monitor the progress of 2 Bed Room Housing Programme and to sort-out issues arising time to time.
The District collector shall ensure Quality Control of 2 Bedroom Housing Programme through the Engineering Department executing the programme. The Engineering Department executing the Programme shall follow the regular Department Quality Control procedures and submit periodical reports to the District Collector or whenever required by the District Collector
All the District Collectors/Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation are requested to take immediate action for implementation of 2 Bed Room Housing Programme duly following the above guidelines.
This orders are issued with the concurrence of the Finance Department vide their U.O. No.748/102/A2/X/15,Finance(EBS.V)Department, dt:5.10.2015.
ANNEXURE G.O. Ms.No.10, Housing(RH&C-A1)Department,dt: 15.10.2015
G.O.MS.No. 10 Dated: 15/10/2015
Read the following:-
- From the Managing Director, Telangana State Housing Corporation Limited, Hyderabad Lr.No.7706/TSHC/HOSG- PROP/ DEE- NH/14, dt:18.05.2015
- O. Rt.No.384. MA & UD(UBS) Dept. Dt.29.09.2015
- O.Ms.No.2,Housing(HB&OP)Department, dt:4.6.2015
- O.Rt.No.69,Housing (HB&OP)Department, dt:4.6.2015
- O.Rt.No.109,Housing(RH&C-A1)Department dt:7.9.2015.
- O. Rt. No.125 Housing (RH&C.A1) Department Dt:05.10.2015
- O.Rt.No.135,Housing (HB&OP)Department, dt:15.10.2015
- O.Rt.No.134,Housing(RH&C-A1)Department dt:15.10.2015
Government have accorded sanction of 60,000 houses in the state under 2 Bed Room Housing Programme, among which 8560 houses in 24 constituencies of Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation area.
Government have issued instructions for implementation of 2 Bed Room Housing Programme while fixing unit cost as Rs. 5.30 lakhs for House/ flat and Rs. 0.75 lakhs for infrastructure for each house/flat in urban areas.
MA&UD Department have requested on the proposal of Commissioner & Special Officer, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation on increase of unit cost of each flat under 2Bed Room Housing Programme for the poor in Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation area from Rs.5.30 lakhs to Rs. 7.00 lakhs (excluding cost of infrastructure) for the sanctioned 8560 houses/Flats i.e., @ 1.7 lakhs/unit over and above the unit cost in Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation area.
Government after careful examination, hereby by decided to Increase the unit cost of each house/flat under 2 Bed Room Housing Programme in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation area from Rs.5.30 Lakhs to Rs. 7.00 Lakhs. i.e an increase of Rs. 1.70 Lakhs each house/flat with an additional budget of Rs. 145.52 Crores from Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation funds, duly relaxing the instructions issued in G.O.Ms.No.8, Housing Department, Dt:26.09.2015 and G.O.Ms.No.10, Housing Department, Dt:15.10.2015.
The financial pattern after increase of each unit is as follows:
|S.No||Area||unit cost||State Govt.
|GOI Subsidy||GHMC Funds|
The additional budget of Rs. 145.52 Crores raised due to the above increase in unit cost shall be met from Funds available with Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation
The District Collectors, Hyderabad/Ranga Reddy/Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation shall take necessary ation accordingly.
GO 3 on 6 January 2016 Telangana Housing Department Increasing the unit cost of each house/flat under 2 Bed Room Housing Programme in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation area from Rs.5.30 Lakhs to Rs. 7.00 Lakhs with an additional budget of Rs. 145.52 Crores from Greater Hyderabad Muncipal Corporation Funds-Orders-Issued