Allotment Procedure >> Non-Industrial

Non- industrial uses

The concept of integrated industrial township- that has support residential, commercial and institutional plots has gained much popularity of-late. The Corporation has been developing new areas in the pattern of Integrated Industrial Township. In these areas residential institutional and commercial plots exist conjointly with industrial plots. The allotment policy for these non- industrial wherever earmarked thus in the layout are as follows:-

Table-1: Allotment procedure for various non-industrial uses :

Sl no. Type of plots Category
Very fast moving Fast moving Slow moving
1 Individual-Residential Advertisements are issued periodically in major newspapers and Corporation website, calling applications. Allotments are made upon drawing lottery amongst the applicants Advertisements are issued periodically in major newspapers and Corporation website, calling applications. Allotments are made upon drawing lottery amongst the applicants Advertisements are issued periodically in major newspapers and Corporation website, calling applications. Allotments are made upon drawing lottery amongst the applicants
2 Group Housing Advertisements are issued in major newspapers and Corporation website, calling bids above a reserve price. Allotments made on the basis of the bid policy. Advertisements are issued in major newspapers and Corporation website, calling bids above a reserve price. Allotments made on the basis of bid policy. Advertisements are issued in major newspapers and Corporation website, calling bids above a reserve price. Allotments made on the basis of bid policy.
3. Institutional Advertisements are issued periodically in major newspapers and Corporation website,  calling applications on a fixed allotment price. Allotment to those found suitable in the interview. Advertisements calling applications on a fixed allotment price. Allotment to those found suitable in the interview. Advertisements calling applications on a fixed allotment price. Allotment to those found suitable in the interview.
4. Commercial Advertisements are issued calling bids above a reserve price. Selection  made on the basis of the bid policy. Advertisements are issued calling bids above a reserve price. Selection made on the basis of the bid policy. Advertisements are issued calling bids above a reserve price. Selection  made on the basis of the bid policy..

Generally the corporation fixes/ revises industrial and Individual residential rate for the land and rates for other non- industrial uses are derived from the this fixed rate by multiplying it with the multiplier. The base rate of industrial or residential is used depending upon the location in which the particular non- industrial plot is falling. The multiplier for deriving Allotment premium rate or reserve price (as per requirement) for various non- industrial uses is as below-

Table 2 : Multiplier for deriving Allotment premium rate or reserve price (as per requirement) for various non- industrial uses

Sl no.
Type of use
Multiplier for curent rate for determining Allotment premium rate/ reserve price for various uses

Industrial

Residential

NCR and very fast moving areas
Slow Moving Areas
NCR and very fast moving areas
Slow moving areas
1.
Industrial
1.0
1.0
-
-
2.
Individual residential
-
-
1.0
1.0
3.
Group housing
-
-
1.0
1.0
4.
Institutional-educational
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
5.
Institutional-others
1.25
1.0
1.25
1.0
6.
Commercial
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.0

Conversion of use

The Corporation has a relatively flexible policy for allowing change in land use of allotted industrial use plots for service, commercial and institutional use. The proposals In this regard are examined by the UP State Industrial Development Authority (UPSIDA) which is the regulatory body for all the notified land belonging to UPSIDC. UPSIDA allows the proposed change if the provisions for the proposed use are not getting satiated by the existing provisions, the same is found compatible to the surrounding located units and sustainable in context of the available infrastructure. The Corporation charges impact fee to compensate for the enhanced Floor Area Ratio of the proposed use based on the following formula-

Impact fee =I.F.=
A x P x (Pfar-Ifar)
 Ifar

where I.F. =Impact Fee
A =Area of plot in sq mtrs
Ifar= Present allowed Industrial Floor Area Ratio (FAR)
P = Present premium rate in sq mtr
Pfar= FAR for the proposed use

The minimum impact fee where FAR for proposed use is greater than FAR for the industrial use is the minimum premium rate/ reserve price as depicted in Table 2 for the use in case of allotment for the use.