1. To promote and secure development of urban areas in a systematic and planned way with the power to acquire sell and dispose off property, both movable and immovable.
  2. Use this so acquired land for residential, industrial, recreational and commercial purpose.
  3. To make available developed land to Haryana Housing Board and other bodies for providing houses to economically weaker sections of the society, and
  4. To undertake building works.

The Authority consists of a Chairman, a Vice Chairman, a Chief Administrator and such other members (not more than 12 but not less than 6) appointed under notification issued from time to time, provided that the number of non-official members shall not, at any time exceed three.

The Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) is a statutory body under Haryana Urban Development Authority Act, 1977. The constitution of the Authority is as under:-

1. Minister-in-Charge, Town & Country Planning Department Chairman
2. Chief Secretary to Government, Haryana. Vice-Chairman
3. Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Haryana, Chandigarh. Chairman
4. Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Government Haryana, Finance Department. Member
5. Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Government Haryana, Town & Country Planning Department Member
6. Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Government Haryana, Power Department. Member
7. Commissioner & Secretary to Government Haryana, Urban Development Department, Member
8. Director, Town & Country Planning Department. Member
9. Chief Administrator, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran, Member
10. Engineer-in-Chief, PWD B & R, Haryana, Chandigarh. Member
11. Engineer-in-Chief, PWD, Water Supply and Sanitation Department, Haryana, Panchkula. Member

Under Section-8 of the Haryana Urban Development Authority Act, 1977, the Authority is competent to appoint one or more committee for the purpose of ensuring the efficient dis-charge of the functions of the Authority and particularly for the purpose of ensuring the efficient maintenance of amenities and development projects. Accordingly, by virtue of these powers, the Authority has constituted a number of Committees/Sub Committees to take up decisions on various important matters.

The Chief Administrator at the Head-Quarter is the overall incharge and responsible for discharging the functions of the Authority. The Chief Administrator is assisted by 5 Zonal Administrators, posted at Faridabad, Gurgaon, Hisar, Panchkula and Rohtak and one Administrator at Head Quarter. The Chief Administrator is guided by the policies framed by the Authority headed by the Minister-in-charge (designated as the Chairman of the Authority) of the Town & Country Planning Department.

The entire state is divided into 30 Urban Estates. The work of these Urban Estates is being supervised and monitored by 5 Zonal Administrators assisted by 18 Estate Officers. The main functions of these Estate Officers are to manage the estates by selling developed and undeveloped plots/properties of all categories of land and realize the revenue. All the financial receipt of transactions are looked after by the Estate Officers and channelized through the accounts branch of Head Office for expenditure on development activities. The Estate Officers are also responsible for pursuing the matters relating to the construction activities within the framework of construction and building byelaws applicable thereto. The Zonal Administrators acts as co-coordinators between various wings at zonal level engaged in the planned urban development of the respective areas and are responsible for the implementation of various schemes/projects being executed in these areas. The zonal Administrators are located at following places:-

a) Administrator, HSVP, Faridabad HSVP Complex, Sector 12, Faridabad.
b) Administrator, HSVP, Gurgaon HSVP Complex, Sector 14, Gurgaon.
c) Administrator, HSVP, Hisar HSVP Complex, Urban Estate II, Hisar.
d) Administrator, HSVP, Panchkula C-3, Sector-6, Panchkula
e) Administrator, HSVP, Rohtak Sector 1, Rohtak.

Engineering wing is headed by a Chief Engineer. As soon as land is acquired and handed-over to HSVP, infrastructural development works are taken up by the Engineering wing as per approved layout plan/demarcation plan of the area and after providing the basic infrastructural facilities, possession of the plots is handed over to the Estate Office, who in turn offers the possession to the respective allottees. The basic infrastructural facilities include the approach road, electrification, water supply and sewerage facilities. The other infrastructural activities like community buildings, parks and other facilities are taken up simultaneously and are linked with the inhabitation in the Urban Estate.

Finance/Accounts Wing is headed by the Chief Controller of Finance which comprises of One Senior Accounts Officer at the Head Quarter and One with each of the Administrators, and their supporting staff posted in all the Estates, Circles, Divisional offices etc. This wing is responsible for the financial management of the Authority. The existing system of accounting at all levels including that of Engineering Wing is basically on the pattern of P.W.D. which is being replaced by the commercial system of accounts in such a way that it yields information required for planning and control of different functional areas and in the preparation of managerial reports. Similarly, the planning and control of material stores is of crucial significance which is being improved through introduction of performance budgeting, materials and inventory planning and control based on net work and cost control techniques.

The Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran is working on ?No Profit No Loss? basis and carrying out its activities by circulation of funds. The funds generated out of sale of Residential, Industrial, Commercial and Institutional plots are invested in acquisition of new areas, which enable HSVP to generate more plots for the public and more funds for the development works and new acquisitions.

The price fixed on ?No Profit No Loss? is charged from the plot holders with the stipulation that any enhanced compensation in the land cost awarded by the Courts under Section-18 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 shall be recoverable in addition as and when such eventuality happens.

Town Planning Wing established at Head Quarter to look after the work of perspective planning for establishment of new Urban Estates. The Planning Wing is headed by a Chief Town Planner with supporting staff for town planning works and entrusted with the job of designing and issue of advertisements in the news papers regarding sale of sites in City Centers, Shopping Centers and Residential/Industrial Sectors in all the Urban Estates.

Architectural Wing is headed by a Senior Architect with supporting staff and entrusted with the job of preparation of architectural controls and Architectural designs of all buildings constructed by HSVP. There is also one Land Scape Architect for designing parks, open spaces and gardens.

HSVP is an organization which deals with the acquisition and disposal of developed land for various purposes and accordingly legal complications of various natures do arises which are being taken care of by the Legal Cell of the Authority which is headed by a Legal Remembrancer who is assisted by District Attorney, Deputy District Attrorneys, Additional District Attorneys and necessary supporting staff both at the Headquarter and field offices. The court cases are being monitored through web-based Court Case Tracking System (CCTS).

In order to monitor the progress of the developmental works done by the field offices on regular and timely basis a Monitoring Cell has been set up at the Head Office of the Authority which is headed by the Deputy Economic & Statistical Adviser and supporting staff. The work relating to the regular systematic inflow of performance data and its appraisal for future planning of urban development is being done by this cell.

This wing is headed by the Enforcement Officer at Head Quarter along with supporting staff. All the matters relating to the removing of encroachments are being dealt by this wing.

This wing is headed by the Executive Engineer (Vigilance). All the matters relating to vigilance enquiries are dealt by this wing. The objective of this wing is to bring out transparency in the functioning of various wings and thus checking corrupt practices and also to ensure quality in development works.

This wing is headed by the Secretary, HSVP. It deals with the establishment matters of the employees. All the Authority meetings are also conducted by the Secretary, HSVP.

This wing is headed by the Secretary, HSVP. It deals with the establishment matters of the employees. All the Authority meetings are also conducted by the Secretary, HSVP.

The acquisition of land for urban development is undertaken by five Land Acquisition Officers of the Urban Estates Department at the instance of Authority. The State Government on the request of the Authority acquires land under the provisions of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 and after taking possession of land, transfers it to the Authority on payment. The overall cost of acquisition and enhanced compensation if ordered by the competent court is paid by HSVP out of its own funds.

The Information Technology Wing of HSVP was established in year 2006 and is headed by General Manager (IT). The main job is to automate the functioning of various wings of HSVP. Currently, various e-Governance initiatives have been undertaken by the Information Technology Wing to facilitate the internal efficiency of the Department and to provide quality services to the allottees, citizens and external agencies through website of HSVP. The web enabled application developed by TCS comprising of two modules viz; Plot and Property Management (PPM) and Financial Accounting System (FAS) have been implemented in all the Estate Offices of HSVP. Through which allottees having user ID and password are made enable to see the detail of their property anywhere, anytime and even the status of their application can be tracked on the net. HSVP is also in the process of establishing a state of the art dynamic portal with payment gateway interface.

Haryana Government took a decision in the year 1987 to utilize the surplus Government lands for generating resources for State Exchequer. The Council of Ministers in the meeting held on 14.12.1987 had approved the general scheme of alienation of surplus Government land and properties which had been identified by the concerned Deputy Commissioners in consultation with the departments concerned in various towns of Haryana. These lands were then transferred to the Department of Town & Country Planning, Haryana for further alienation to HSVP for development and disposal. In all 15 schemes have been taken up with an area of 715.58 acres out of these 15 schemes, 9 schemes were commercial in nature, 4 residential-cum-commercial, 1 residential and 1 industrial scheme. The detail of Govt. Land Schemes is given below:-

Sr.No Name of Urban Estate Name of Scheme Type of Scheme
1. Ambala Jail Land Residential-cum-Commercial
2. Gurgaon (i) Agr.Farm land Residential-cum-Commercial
(ii) Jail Land Commercial
(iii) Old Judicial Complex Commercial
3. Hisar (i) Mela Ground Residential-cum-Commercial
(ii) Old Distt.Court Commercial
(iii) Police Line Residential-cum-Commercial
4. Jind (i) Diwan Khana Commercial
(ii) PWD.Store Commercial
(iii) B&R Shop Commercial
5. Karnal (i) Mahila Ashram Commercial
(ii) Old Tehsil Complex Commercial
6. Panipat Industrial Plot No.3 Industrial
7. Rohtak Agriculture Farm Land Residential
8. Sirsa Old Bus Stand Commercial
1. Narwana Old Tehsil Complex Commercial
2. Kurukshetra Old Tehsil Complex Commercial
3. Faridabad Rehabilitation Land Village Gaunchi, Scetor-56, 56A Residential
4. Sirsa Old Jail Land Recreation (Park)

Since disposal of plots under Government Land Schemes through auction has not worked well. It has been decided by the Government that balance residential plots under Government Land Scheme falling in low potential areas may be floated and the plots may be allotted through draw of lots.

Consequent upon the winding up of the Colonization Department with effect from 30th September, 1983 vide Haryana Government Town & Country Planning Department?s notification No.18(43) 85-2TCP dated 19.9.1983, the Mandi Portion of 31 Mandi Townships established by the Colonisation Department were transferred to the Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board and the remaining portion of the 29 Mandi Townships came to the share of Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran. As a sequel to the HSVP become a successor organisation to the Colonisation Department for all intents and purposes for Township areas.

The total land measuring 3516.439 acres (including vacant land measuring 1316.81 acres and 3422 vacant plots) of 29 Mandi Townships established by erstwhile Colonization Departmetn were taken over by HSVP on 11.9.1987. As a sequel to that HSVP became a successor organisation to the Colonization Department for all intents and purposes for Township Areas. The list of present Mandi Townships is given below:-

Sr.No. Name of Mandi Townships Sr.No. Name of Mandi Townships
1. Adampur 2. Amin
3. Ambala City 4. Bhattu-Kalan
5. Bhawani Khera 6. Bhiwani
7. Ballabhgarh 8. Dabwali
9. Dharsul Khan 10. Ellenabad
11. Fatehabad 12. Gurgaon
13. Guhla 14. Hansi
15. Hathin 16. Hisar
17. Jhajjar 18. Kalayat
19. Kaithal 20. Kalanwali
21. Kosli 22. Narwana
23. Narnaul 24. Pehowa
25. Pundri 26. Papra
27. Ratia 28. Rewari
29. Sirsa 30. Tohana
31. Tosham
Sr.No. Name of Urban Estates Name of Zones
1. Faridabad Faridabad
2. Palwal Faridabad
3. Roz-Ka-Meo Faridabad
4. Hathin Faridabad
1. Gurgaon Gurgaon
2. Rewari Gurgaon
3. Dharuhera Gurgaon
4. Narnaul Gurgaon
5. Pataudi Gurgaon
1. Hisar Hisar
2. Sirsa Hisar
3. Hansi Hisar
4. Jind Hisar
5. Bhiwani Hisar
6. Fatehabad Hisar
1. Panchkula Panchkula
2. Ambala Panchkula
3. Naraingarh Panchkula
4. Karnal Panchkula
5. Kurukshetra Panchkula
6. Jagadhari / Yamuna Nagar Panchkula
7. Shahabad Panchkula
8. Kaithal Panchkula
1. Rohtak Rohtak
2. Bahadurgarh Rohtak
3. Panipat Rohtak
4. Gohana Rohtak
5. Jhajjar Rohtak
6. Sonepat Rohtak
7. Murthal Rohtak
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