JMS Plots, an outstanding affordable plotted housing project situated in the heart of Sector 5, Sohna. This visionary project is brought to life by JMS Buildtech in accordance with the Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna (DDJAY). In contrast to standard plot sizes, which typically require a minimum of 180 square yards for each floor registry in Gurgaon and Sohna, this scheme allows for separate registry of each unit, even if the plot size is as small as 60 square yards.
The strategic proximity of JMS Plots to the Golf Course Extension Road opens up a world of art, culture, and the aesthetics of beauty. The architectural configuration offers stilt + 4 floors with the added convenience of a separate registry for each floor.
Spanning over 15 acres of prime land, JMS Plots Sohna assures you an exclusive community experience, replete with a luxury lifestyle. Here, potential buyers can choose from a wide range of plot sizes, ranging from 100 square yards to 170 square yards, ensuring that all housing needs are met. Prepare to immerse yourself in the pure, refreshing air and lush green surroundings, providing a serene escape from the city’s bustling commotion.
Benefits under Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna
- Stilt + 4 Structure
- Separate Floor Registry
- FAR of 2.0 under the scheme.
- 80% Home Loans On Plots
- Stunning views of the Aravalli ranges
- Near Upcoming Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)
- Very Close to Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)
- Very well connected to KMP Expressway
- World School, GD Goenka World School, Ryan International School, DPS nearly
- More than 250 of the Fortune 500 companies have their set-up near project location
- MNCs like Cognizant, Google, TNS Software, Huawei, Aricent, Pfizer, Genpact in close touch
Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojana (DDJAY) is an affordable housing scheme of Haryana Government launched under the Consolidated Licensing Policy 2015. Under Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojana, Haryana Government aims to develop 2 lakh affordable housing units in low and medium level cities and towns in the state by the year 2022.