Following are the land allotment procedures:

  1. Allotment of plots by e‐Bidding :-Status : Open

    In the Industrial Areas where more than 80% of plots are allotted, for the remaining vacant plots the land will be allotted by e‐ Bidding. Regular advertisements will be issued through leading national newspapers. You can also subscribe here for getting notifications as and when the allotment cycle starts.

  2. Direct Allotment of plots :-Status : Open

    In the Industrial Areas where less than 80% of plots are allotted, for the remaining vacant plots the land will be allotted by direct allotment through Land Allotment Committee ﴾LAC﴿. Regular advertisements will be issued through leading national newspapers. You can also subscribe here for getting notifications as and when the allotment cycle starts.

  3. Priority Allotment of Plots :-Status : Open

    Allotment of plots in all industrial areas under Priority Category (e.g. mega projects approved by Govt., FDI Units, units manufacturing products/machinery for Defence Dept., Fortune Global / Economic Times companies etc.) and for expansion of Existing Units will be done through applications submitted online to the concerned authority (Regional Officers / Dy. Chief Executive Officers / Jt. Chief Executive Officers) followed by LAC under the chairmanship of Jt. Chief Executive Officer.

MIDC offers a variety of properties. Primarily, MIDC offers developed plots in various industrial areas. After acquiring land, MIDC creates high quality infrastructure including roads, water supply systems street lighting, and in some cases, common facilities buildings which may offered to commercial establishments to serve the needs of the industrial units.

In many industrial areas, MIDC has specially earmarked commercial and residential zones in addition to the main industrial zone. Some industrial areas also have a common effluent treatment plant (CETP). These CETPs are usually created by MIDC and handed over to the local industry association to operate.

Apart from developed plots, MIDC also offers built up spaces. The built up spaces are tailor made to meet needs of specifics industry sectors such as Information Technology, Textiles (Hosiery, Knitwear), Leather, etc. Such built up spaces are available in specific locations.

A third category of properties offered by MIDC is the industrial sheds. These are normally targeted for the small scale sector and hence are of small sizes of about 1000 to 2000 sq.ft. These sheds are available in select locations.

In addition to the amount you pay to MIDC for acquiring the plot, you may have to pay the following :

  • Property taxes that may be levied by the local body namely, the Municipal Corporation or the Municipal Council or the Gram Panchayat. These taxes vary depending upon the local body involved.
  • Water Charges are payable to MIDC based on your actual metered consumption.
  • Service charges payable to MIDC for maintenance and upkeep of the industrial infrastructure are included in the water bill.
  • Electricity charges are payable to MSEB based on your connected load and metered energy consumption.
  • CETP usage charges (if applicable) levied by the local industry association which runs the CETP.

Please note that the above are standard charges payable by all industrial units in MIDC industrial areas. In addition, there may be some charges/levies/taxes payable by you to various agencies depending upon the business activity that you conduct.

  • Under the Industrial Policy 2019, the Government of Maharashtra has classified all the talukas of the State into the following categories, namely :
  • A,B,C,D, D+
  • Vidarbha, Marathwada, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg & Dhule
  • No industry district (NID), Naxalism Affected Areas* and Aspirational Districts** (Osmanabad, Gadchiroli, Washim and Nandurbar).
  • These categories indicate the level of development in that taluka. A is the most developed and D+ the least developed. The purpose of this classification is to enable a more balanced and distributed industrial development of the State. The level of incentives available in D will be more attractive than that available in C and so on.

The Charges for power supply are payable to the Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB). The currently applicable tariffs are given below.Summary of HT Tariff Effective from December 1, 2003

Consumer Category DEMAND CHARGE(Rs/KVA/month) Energy Charge(paise/unit) T & D loss Charge(paise/unit)
LHTP -I (Industrial- BMR/PMR) Base Tariff 350 215 50
HTP-II (Industrial- Others) Base Tariff 330 210 50
ToD Tariff (for HTP-I & HTP-II) 295 20
2200hrs-0600hrs 0 -85
0600hrs-1900 hrs 0
0900 hrs-1200 hrs 60
1200 hrs- 1800 hrs 0
1800 hrs- 2200 hrs 100

BMR = Mumbai Metro Region

PMR = Pune Metro Region

FOCA = Fuel and Other Cost Adjustment

ToD = Time-Of-Day

There are two charges associated with Land Application:

Sr.No Area Required Amount (Rs.)
1 Up to 10,000 Sq. M 2000/-
2 10,001 to 20,000 Sq. M 4000/-
3 20,001 to 40,000 Sq. M 5000/-
4 40,001 and above 10000/-

Along with the duly filled in white application form, you need to submit:

  • Project report or project profile.
  • Sketch plan of proposed construction on the plot.
  • Semand draft towards processing fee.

The demand draft should be drawn in favour of “The Regional Officer, MIDC” payable at the location of the regional office. The amount of processing fee is as follows:

  • for plots sheds & galas upto size 1000 sqm. Rs. 300
  • for plots size 1001 to 5000 sqm Rs. 550
  • for plots size 5001 to 10000 sqm Rs 1050
  • for plots size 10001 to 20000 sqm Rs 2050
  • for plots size 20001 to 40000 sqm Rs 3050
  • for plots above 40000 sqm Rs 5050

Once you complete the construction work as per the approved plan, the building completion certificate (BCC) will be given by the concerned SPA (usually the concerned Executive Engineer).