scheme, a senior official said on Tuesday.
Housing and Urban Affairs Secretary Durga Shanker Mishra said during an online media interaction that in Delhi, there are around 32,000 flats available under the
scheme while Faridabad has around 1,000 dwelling units.
He said the memoranda of agreement will be signed with states within a month.
He said that besides government-funded flats, vacant plots can also be developed to construct flats under the
scheme, but states will have to choose “use permission” in their respective master plan to allow the same.
scheme, which has been launched under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Urban, will help provide affordable living spaces for the poor and migrant workers.
The secretary said the government has set a target of constructing or retrofitting
housing units under the ARHC
scheme till 2022.
Last month, the ministry had issued guidelines to implement ARHS in the country.
The secretary said that expression of interest (EOI) has been sent to states and union territories, adding that rent will be decided by local bodies.