Golf Club lease yet to be finalised
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Even after holding marathon meetings for the last few days, UT Administration officials are yet to finalise the renewed lease of the Chandigarh Golf Club.
It has been two days since the entire administrative set-up of UT has been busy brainstorming over the matter.
Sources reveal that though the revised lease with a manifold increase has almost been finalised, it is the UT Administrator who has to give the final approval to the lease.
For getting clarity on the lease amount that has to be charged from the Chandigarh Golf Club, the UT Administration has even studied the Delhi Golf Club pattern.
According to officials the lease of the Delhi Golf Club has been recently updated and the Chandigarh Administration has already got all the necessary documents and will be studying how the lease amount is being calculated there vis-a-vis the total area the club has in proportion to the built up area etc.
For 132 acres, CGC is paying a lease money of a mere Rs 3,960 per annum which comes to Rs 330 per month. The agreement of the CGC with the Administration lapsed in 2008, after which authorities fixed the new rent at Rs 33,45,268 per month.
The decision was conveyed to the club but even on Friday, the revised rent has not been enforced. Moreover, the lease that expired in 2008 has not been revised till date.
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