DELHI: The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority has launched a scheme offering industrial plots of sizes greater than 2,100 square metres.
Industrialists who want buy the plots need to fill up a form and submit it to select banks, along with a registration and processing fee, project reports and other statutory documents, as per the terms of allotment.
The sale of application forms will start from September 21. Forms will be available at select bank branches on payment of Rs 1,100. These are the Bank of Baroda branch at Gamma II, HDFC Bank at Alpha commercial belt, and Indian Bank at Jagat Farms – Gamma I.
The forms can also be downloaded from the authority’s website. For downloaded forms, a demand draft of Rs 1,100 in favour of authority has to be submitted along with the application form.
GNIDA will scrutinise the applications and ask applicants to appear before the allotment committee. The final approval will be done after seeking nod from the GNIDA board.
GNIDA Chairman Rama Raman said: “The scheme is open ended. It will remain open till authority announces closure.”