Housing to Migratory Labourers

SHAKTI VAHINI RESEARCH INITIATIVE

The National Urban Housing & Habitat Policy (NUHHP) 2007 aims at promoting sustainable development of habitat in the country with a view to ensuring equitable supply of land shelter and services at affordable prices to all sections of the society. However, ‘land’ and ‘colonisation’ being state subjects, it is for the State Governments to pursue the initiatives under the NUHHP: 2007.

The Central Government is supporting the construction of housing for poor sections of the society in urban and rural areas.

The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), launched by the Government in the year 2005 supports provision of housing and basic services to urban poor in slums in 65 specified cities under the Sub Mission Basic Services to the Urban Poor (BSUP) and in other cities and towns under the Integrated Housing and Slum Development Programme (IHSDP). The schemes are demand driven and so far 15,60,102 houses have been sanctioned and Central share of Rs. 20787.90 crores committed for the purpose.

The Interest Subsidy Scheme for Housing the Urban Poor (ISHUP) provides for interest subsidy on housing loans to the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and Low Income Group (LIG) as part       of credit-enablement measures and encourages those households to avail of loan facilities through Commercial Banks/Housing Finance Companies for the purposes of construction/acquisition of houses and avail 5% subsidy in interest payment for loans upto Rs. 1 lakh.  The scheme aims to cover 3.10 lakh beneficiaries over the 11th Plan Period.

The scheme of Affordable Housing in Partnership seeks assembly of land for construction of affordable housing and provides Central Government assistance towards provision of internal and external infrastructure connectivity. The scheme which was launched in 2009 with an outlay of Rs.. 5000 crores, seeks construction of 1 million houses for EWS/LIG/Middle Income Group (MIG) with at least 25% for EWS Category.

 Details of projects sanctioned during 2009-10 and 2010-11 for benefit of slum dwellers/urban poor under BSUP and IHSDP are given respectively at Annexure I & II

Annexure- I

JNNURM- Basic Service to the Urban Poor (Sub Mission II)

Total Projects approved (2009-2010)

Status as on 15.02.2011

Rs. In Crores

 

Sl. No.

Name of the State/ UT

Mission Cities

 Projects Approved

Total Project Cost  Approved

Total No. of Dwelling Units Approved (New+Upgradation)

Total Central Share Approved

Total State Share Approved

Ist Installment Sanctioned (25% of Central Share)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1 Chhattisgarh

1

1

42.25

1136

29.77

12.48

7.44

2 Gujarat

3

3

273.06

10960

130.72

142.34

32.68

3 Maharashtra

2

5

943.11

14323

467.99

475.13

117.00

4 Puducherry

1

1

92.00

1660

50.89

41.11

12.72

5 Uttrakhand

2

4

49.91

1026

37.33

12.59

9.33

  Total

9 Cities

14

1400.34

29105

716.70

683.64

179.17

 

JNNURM- Basic Service to the Urban Poor (Sub Mission II)

Total Projects approved (2010-2011)

Status as on 15.02.2011

Rs. In Crores

Sl. No.

Name of the State/ UT

Mission Cities

 Projects Approved

Total Project Cost  Approved

Total No. of Dwelling Units Approved (N+U)

Total Central Share Approved

Total State Share Approved

Ist Installment Sanctioned

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1 Delhi

1

4

1429.15

26380

669.05

760.11

167.26

2 Rajasthan

2

2

181.50

5814

88.11

93.39

22.03

3 Uttar Pradesh

7

0

11.67

0

5.40

6.27

1.35

  Total

3 Cities

6

1622.33

32194

762.56

859.77

190.64

Annexure- II

Integrated Housing and Slums Development Programme (IHSDP)

Total Projects approved (2009-2010)

Status as on 15.02.2011

Rs. In Crores

Sl. No.

Name of the State

No. of towns/ ULBs

Total No. of Projects Approved

Total Project Cost Approved

Total number of  dwelling units Approved(new+

Upgradation)

Total Central Share

Total State Share Approved

Ist installment  (50% of Central Share approved)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1 Assam

1

1

17.92

1301

13.73

4.19

6.87

2 Bihar

4

4

81.10

3192

38.51

42.60

19.25

3 D&N Haveli

1

1

5.24

144

2.89

2.35

1.45

4 Gujurat

5

6

39.71

3655

17.13

5.07

11.72

5 Jammu & Kashmir

12

12

25.72

608

17.86

3.00

9.61

6 Kerala

16

16

80.59

7636

55.29

25.29

27.65

7 Madhya Pradesh

7

7

48.90

1869

28.87

20.03

14.49

8 Rajasthan

5

5

81.85

3215

45.94

35.91

22.97

9 Manipur

3

3

16.04

1063

11.66

3.44

5.99

10 Maharashtra

1

1

30.50

1488

20.19

10.30

10.10

11 Nagaland

1

1

2.39

265

0.60

0.00

0.60

12 Orissa

1

1

16.99

456

9.45

7.54

4.72

13 Sikkim

1

1

19.91

39

17.92

1.99

8.96

14 TamilNadu

2

2

40.97

2322

18.73

5.58

11.08

15 Tripura

2

2

16.44

1565

14.11

2.33

7.06

16 Uttar Pradesh

10

10

160.35

5456

100.63

59.73

50.28

17 Uttrakhand

16

19

155.42

4801

87.66

67.77

43.83

18 West Bengal

26

26

159.61

7580

117.72

41.40

58.94

  Total

114

118

999.66

46655

618.89

338.52

315.56

Integrated Housing and Slums Development Programme (IHSDP)

Total Projects approved (2009-2010)

Status as on 15.02.2011

Rs. In Crores

Sl. No.

Name of the State

Name. of towns/ ULBs

Total No. of Projects Approved

Total Project Cost Approved

Total number of  dwelling units Approved(new+Upgradation)

Total Central Share

Total State Share Approved

Ist installment  (50% of Central Share approved)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1 Jammu & Kashmir

3

3

3.74

0

3.37

0.37

1.69

2 Jharkhand

3

3

74.59

3676

43.35

31.24

21.68

3 Rajasthan

17

17

275.69

11802

180.86

94.84

90.43

4 Uttar Pradesh

10

10

199.67

5610

117.13

82.54

58.56

  Total

33

33

553.70

21088

344.70

208.99

172.35

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