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Jaipur: DLC rates increased by 10-15%; homes to get costlier

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August 31, 2019 10:35 am
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Jaipur: The administration has revised the DLC rates for land in various areas of Jaipur. The DLC rates have been increased by 10%-15% in the city. With this increase, buying home has got costlier. The revised DLC rates will be implemented within a week, senior district administration officials said. The rates have been revised in the city after a period of two years.

As per the revised DLC rates, the most expensive area is C-Scheme where the DLC rate is now Rs. 60,080 per square meter. In Civil Lines, it has been increased to Rs. 50550. About DLC rates have been determined for 500 colonies where they earlier didn’t exist. Besides, the DLC rates for the villages situated near state and mega highways also have been increased.

Here is the DLC rate for various areas in the city

Area                                      Old DLC rate       Revised DLC rate

C-Scheme                           52,250                   60,080

Bhawani Singh Road       43,240                   47,800
Civil Lines                             43,960                   50,550

Subhash Marg                   34,700                   39,900

Banipark                              28,280                   32,520

Sodala                                   26,390                   30,340

Vaishali Nagar                    27,750                   34,080

Jhotwara (some areas)  17,710                   19,490

Gayatri Nagar, Sodala     11720                    13,470

(The rate is in rupees per square meter)

The decision to increase the DLC rate was taken in a meeting at district collector office on Friday. MLA Kalicharan Saraf, Narpat Singh Rajavi and Nirmal Kumawat protested against the increase saying that it would make homes further unaffordable for people. MLA Ramlal Sharma said that the DLC rates should be decreased. Many other MLAs including Rafeeq Khan, Laxman Meena, Indraj Gurjar and Ved Prakash Solanki said that the DCL rates have been increased for colonies where basic facilities such as sewer and roads are yet to be developed.  

The registry fee is determined on the basis of the land’s DLC rate instead of the market rate. So registry will get costlier with this increase.

First published: August 31, 2019
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