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Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP), formerly Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA),  is the urban planning agency of the state of Haryana in India except Gurugram and Faridabad which has Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority and Faridabad Metropolitan Development Authority respectively. It was established in 1977. The Minister of Town and Country Planning Department, Haryana is the chairman of the authority. The headquarters of the authority is located in Panchkula, Haryana.
The authority has divided the districts of Haryana into four divisions or zones except Gurugram. 
The details of the Plot, the rate per square meter, application money and number of plots are given below:
Haryana Urban Development Authority(HUDA) is offering 453 plots in Sector 56-A Faridabad. The booking of the scheme commenced on September 1, 2014 and the last date to apply for the plots is November 10, 2014. The Housing Authority is offering the plots in a well planned Urban Estate. Listed below are some facts that Makaan.com team researched about the HUDA scheme –
As per the latest survey, Mahendragarh and Sirsa areas will two new sectors while other will get one sector each. In Sirsa, there are total 1389 plots available.
As we all know that only under this scheme, Haryana public can buy the plots whether it is commercial or residential at very affordable prices.
The provision of annuity payment policy has been implemented with greater efficiency. The upgraded outsees policies have been more liberal than the previous ones.
HUDA stands for Haryana Urban Development Authority. The HUDA was formed during the year of 1977 on the 13th day of January. The initial aim of launching this authority was to develop and reconstruct all the areas that falls within the state of Haryana. The developed cities along with under developed suburban areas all fall under the re modification procedure.
Those with household income less than Rs.3 lakh can apply
HUDA offers affordable housing under this scheme