Planning Ministry, on Wednesday, requested applicants submitting forms via ‘Gedhoruverin’ portal to ensure that their forms have been marked ‘submitted’.
The Ministry said that they are requesting those applying for land plots and flats under the ‘Binveriyaa’ and ‘Gedhoruveriyaa’ schemes to ensure that the status of their forms read ‘submitted’ before 23:59pm on next Saturday.
They noted that a lot of forms remain ‘unsubmitted’ – as co-applicants have yet to approve the declaration through the portal. Planning Ministry detailed that applications with one or more applicants will only be deemed ‘submitted’ once all applicants approve the declaration through the portal.
The portal can be accessed using e-Faas.
Applications for housing opportunities including 3,000 land plots and 4.000 flats exclusive for Male’ residents opened in June.
Those applying for land plots under this scheme must meet certain requirements. Applications can be submitted individually or jointly. However, joint applicants must belong to the same family or be inheritors of the same land. Moreover, joint applicants must individually meet the requirements as well.
The smallest land plots issued – that is for individual applicants – will measure in 1,250 sqft. The size can be increased based on the number of joint applicants – with 4,000 sqft being the biggest.
Requirements which applicants must meet to apply for land plots;
Applications for flats can be submitted individually or jointly as well.
Requirements which applicants must meet to apply for flats;