The housing scheme will come up at the Chandigarh IT Park. The report has been submitted to the urban planning department of the Chandigarh administration for approval.
Now, the technical experts of the urban planning department will minutely study the submitted design, keeping the architectural parameters and guidelines in mind.
According to information, the concept design of the project carries dedicated earmarked green areas, two parking space for vehicles against each flats in towers, height and width of the project, flats, circulation areas, floor area ratio (FAR), density, balcony, basements and all other related services and facilities.
“We have submitted the design to the urban planning department of the UT. Since the environment-friendly nature of this project is one of the most crucial components, the green areas in the project will remain in focus,” said an official.
Sources revealed that the cost of each tower, consisting around 28 flats, is approximately Rs 60 crore, five towers are offered to the Punjab government for its bureaucrats and MLAs, Haryana has already demanded for three towers and PGI has asked for two towers for doctors.