|PDF Name||Affordable Rental Housing Scheme 2022 Guidelines PDF|
|Last Updated||October 7, 2022|
|No. of Pages||66|
|PDF Size||10.46 MB|
|Category||Application Forms, Scheme Brochures & Guidelines PDF|
|Topic / Tag||Govt Scheme Guidelines, Housing Schemes, Pradhan Mantri Yojana|
|Source(s) / Credits||arhc.mohua.gov.in|
COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in reverse migration of urban migrants/ poor in the country. Urban migrants stay in slums/ informal settlements/ unauthorised colonies/ peri-urban areas to save cost on housing. They need decent rental housing at affordable rate at their work sites.
In order to address this need, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has initiated Affordable Rental Housing Complexes (ARHCs), a sub-scheme under Pradhan Mantri AWAS Yojana- Urban (PMAY-U). This will provide ease of living to urban migrants/ poor in Industrial Sector as well as in non-formal urban economy to get access to dignified affordable rental housing close to their workplace.
Affordable Rental Housing Scheme User Guide
- The Affordable Rental Housing Complex scheme will be implemented through two models.
- First model is through utilizing existing Government funded vacant houses to convert into ARHCs through Public Private Partnership or by Public Agencies
- Second model is through construction, operation and maintenance of ARHCs by Public/ Private Entities on their own available vacant land
- Beneficiaries for ARHCs are urban migrants/ poor from EWS/ LIG categories.
- ARHCs will be a mix of single/double bedroom Dwelling Units and Dormitory of 4/6 beds including all common facilities which will be exclusively used for rental housing for a minimum period of 25 years.
- These complexes will ensure a dignified living environment for urban migrants/poor close to their workplaces at affordable rates.
- This will unlock existing vacant housing stock and make them available in urban space. It will propel new investment opportunities and promote entrepreneurship in rental housing sector by encouraging Private/Public Entities to efficiently utilize their vacant land available for developing ARHCs