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CIDCO Ulwe flats application forms available now
Application forms for the mass housing project of City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) at Ulwe Navi Mumbai have been made available from Wednesday (July 7) and will be available till August 4. Application forms are available at Rs 50.

CITY AND Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) at Ulwe, Navi Mumbai has made forms available for its mass housing projects from Wednesday (July 7). Apart from the Turbhe and Seawoods stations, the forms are available at all the railway stations in Navi Mumbai. The forms will also be available at all branches of Thane Janata Sahakari Bank(TJSB). People can avail the application forms by paying only Rs 50.

A TJSB bank official said, “The applicants can collect the form from railway stations, but they will have to submit it along with the required documents and demand draft at a TJSB branch, The form will be available in all our branches across the state. Also, the bank is providing loan scheme for applicants, wherein the earnest money deposit (EMD) will be financed by the bank at nominal charges.”

TJSB has three branches in Vashi, Panvel, Airolo in the Navi Mumbai area.

“We are charging as per the government directives on carpet area. The forms will be available from July7 to August 4 and the filed forms will be accepted from July14 to August 16,” a CIDCO official said about the housing project. The township is expected to take at least another 18 months to be ready, the official further stated.

CIDCO’s mass housing project with 1,344 tenements at Ulwe will mainly cater the needs of the middle income group (MIG). 

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