Pmc Proposes House Tax Rates For 20 New Wards, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

August 29, 2023

PRAYAGRAJ: The Prayagraj Municipal Corporation (PMC) has proposed annual house tax rates for 20 wards of Sangam city that have recently been added to the city limits following delimitation.

PMC has also invited objections and suggestions from house owners by next month. The highest annual assessment rate — Rs 4/sq ft– has been proposed for fast-developing areas of Mahewa, Naini, Dadri, Jhalwa and Shantipuram wards.

The rate for Lawayan Kalan ward in Jhunsi has been proposed at Rs 3.50/ sq ft while for Chaka, Arail, Peepal Gaon, Bamrauli Uparhar, Bahamalpur, Malak Harhar, Kanihar, Andawan, Chhatnag, Haveliyan, Jhunsi Kohna, Naini Dadri it is Rs 3/sq ft.

For Baswar, Mawaiya, Bhadri Amarsapur, Katka, Neevi taluka, Tenduavan, Mohabbatganj and Sonauti Malwan the rate of Rs 2/sq ft has been proposed.

The PMC has justified the imposition of tax after finding all basic amenities in these colonies up to the mark.

According to the PMC plans, residents of Shantipuram Housing Scheme in Phaphamau, the Prayagraj Development Authority (PDA) and Awas Vikas colonies in Jhalwa, the PDA colony in Naini and the PDA and Awas Vikas colonies in Jhunsi would come under the tax ambit from this year itself.

According to chief tax assessment officer, Prayagraj, PK Dwivedi: “The proposed house tax rates have been decided as per the parameters followed for the rest of the wards based on RCC roofing, other concrete structures and makeshift constructions along roads exceeding 24m, between 12-24m, and under 12m. A hearing will take place after receiving all objections, following which the rates will be fixed and the bills will be dispatched.”

  • Published On Aug 29, 2023 at 12:00 PM IST

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