Period of retention of General Pool accommodation on retirement of allottees – Regarding
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi – 110 108.
31st July 2013.
Subject: Period of retention of General Pool accommodation on retirement of allottees – Regarding
Consequent upon amendments in Supplementary Rules 317-B-11 and 317-B-22 of Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963 vide Notification of even number dated 19.6.2013, the permissible period of retention of General Pool accommodation to the allottees who retire on or after 23.4.2013, is as under:-
(a) In cases of accommodation allotted prior to 01.07.2013: 2 months on normal licence fee, another 2 months on double of the normal licence fee, further 2 months on four times of the normal licence fee and subsequent 2 months on six times of the normal licence fee.
(b) In cases of accommodation allotted on or after 1.7.2013: 2 months on normal licence fee, another 2 months on double of the normal licence fee and further 2 months on four times of the normal licence fee.
2. It is clarified that the period of retention of 8/6 months, as the case may be, shall be admissible to the allottees, who retire on or after 23.4.2013, automatically at one go without any request or production of certificate by the allottees. The allotment of the General Pool accommodation occupied by the retiring allottees shall be cancelled by Directorate of Estates after allowing a retention of 8/6 months, as the case may be, simultaneously. The allottees, however, shall have an option to vacate the accommodation anytime during the retention period.
3. The retiring allottees shall request their DDOs to deduct the licence fee in respect of the accommodation occupied by them for the period they want to retain the same from their last pay bill and to remit the same online to Directorate of Estates. In case it is not deducted by DDOs, the allottees shall deposit the licence fee in the Directorate of Estates within one month after their date of retirement.
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)