This post is taken from ET Realty (source).

Need-based changes in thousands of houses of the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) on Delhi pattern, fixation of charges for IT Park land where general housing society is coming up and reconstitution of dispute redressal committee are some of the crucial agenda items to come up in the board’s meeting to be chaired by UT adviser, on 08 September.

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