Guide to Investing

Why invest in MIDC

Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) is the nodal investment promotion agency under the Government of Maharashtra. It provides businesses with infrastructure such as land, roads, water supply, drainage facilities and streetlights etc.

Key Activities

Special Planning Authority

Strong network of local authorities

Link between Govt. and Industry

Acquisition and disposal of land

Providing support Infrastructure

One-stop for Investors Relations

MIDC | Magnetic Maharashtra 2.0

Investment Intentions Signed

Under the leadership of the Hon’ble Chief Minister and Hon’ble Minister of Industries, the Industries department along with MIDC signed 54 MoU’s with key investors in the months of June, November and December 2020

Total
₹ 1,12,939 Cr
₹ 2,93,292 Jobs

In addition to investment MoU’s, Industries Department, GOM has also signed strategic investment cooperation agreements with key corridor partners such as USISPF (US-India Strategic Partnership Forum) for USA, KOTRA (Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency) for South Korea, UKIBC (United Kingdom – India Business Council) for the UK and WAIPA (World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies) for Global investors

Investors Guide

Where can I apply for the land?

The applicant can make applications of Land allotment via Priority and Direct

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For e-bidding, kindly proceed

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In case you are unable to find a suitable plot to set up your plant / unit / factory in Maharashtra, you can inform us about your industrial land requirement. You can raise a Land Demand Request

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(This information will help MIDC to assess the demand for industrial land at various locations in Maharashtra and thereby help you by identifying all available plots that fit your requirements)

What are the charges associated with land application?

There are following charges associated with Land Allotment Application:

1) Processing Fee (Valid for All types of Land Allotments): As per the table below: + 18% GST additional

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 sq. m. and above 10000/-

2) Application Advance (Valid for Direct and e-Bidding allotment):

Calculation of 5% Earnest Money Deposit (EMD):
Earnest Money Deposit = Prevailing industrial premium rate per sq.m.(X) Area required (X) 5%

Additional for E-bidding allotment

1. Cost of Tender: Rs.1,000/- (Non- refundable) + 18% GST

2. E-Bidding Support Fee: Rs. 1,000/- (Non- refundable) + 18% GST

What are the documents required

Detailed Project Report (DPR)
Constitution of the Applicant
Block Plan
And other documents as applicable

What are the applicable modes of payment?

The Processing Fee and application advance to be paid online.

The online payment can be made via NEFT/RTGS/Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card.

Who will process my application?

Generally, all applications for plots with area less than 8,000 sq. m. will be processed by the regional office. However chemical projects or similar ones that have impact on environment may be referred to the head office.

All applications for plots with area more than 8,000 to 20,000 sq. m. will be processed by the concerned Dy. CEO.

All applications for plots larger than 20,000 sq. m. will be referred to the head office. The head office will scrutinise the application and convey their decision to the concerned Regional Office.

Further all applications for space in IT parks will be processed by the head office.

Land Allotment Committee (LAC) Meeting

The meeting of LAC will be held within one month after scrutiny of DPR by concerned Head. The invitation for the LAC meeting will be sent to the applicants via email.

Any Decision taken by the LAC is final.

The minutes of Land Allotment Committee meeting will be published on MIDC’s website.

For the plots which are in e-Bidding process will be allotted to the highest bidder after the bid documents have been scrutinized by concern authority and on approval of report of committee by CEO, MIDC.

Who will issue?

The offer letter will be issued by the concerned Area Manager / Regional Officer of MIDC.

What will it contain?

The offer letter is an “in-principle” communication to offer you land subject to conditions.

For Priority Land Allotment –
The applicant who is qualified and is allotted plot of land an offer letter will be issued to that applicant asking him to pay 25% EMD within 15 days from the date of receipt of offer letter.

For Direct Land Allotment –
The applicant who is qualified and is allotted plot of land and who has paid 5% Application Advance, an offer letter will be issued to that applicant asking him to pay 20% EMD within 15 days from the date of receipt of offer letter.

For E-Bidding Land Allotment –
The applicant who is the H1 bidder for the given plot and has paid 5% Application Advance, an offer letter will be issued to that applicant asking him to pay 20% EMD within 15 days from the date of receipt of offer letter.

What if I am unable to make the payment within the stipulated period due to unforeseen circumstances?

In case the applicant is unable to pay within the stipulated time, MIDC may extend the time limit for a further maximum period of 15 days.

In such cases, the applicant can apply for extension for payment of EMD online on Land Allotment System using this link https://land.midcindia.org

The extension will be granted only under valid circumstances.
The extension granted will be of maximum 15 days and interest will be added on a day-by-day. (The interest percentage is fixed yearly and published on the portal)

Who will issue?

Once the requested EMD is paid, the allotment letter is issued by the concerned Regional Officer of MIDC.

What does it mean?

The allotment letter specifies the exact plot number and its area which is being allotted to the applicant. The applicant will now be required to pay the balance amount.

This amount is referred to as the Balance Occupancy Payment (BOP). Any additional charges like road width charges (as applicable) will be added to the BOP.

By when?

The applicant will be required to make payment of BOP within 30 days from the date of receipt of the allotment letter. Once again, the payment is to be made by way of a demand draft in favour of “Regional Officer, MIDC” payable at the location of the regional office.

What if I am unable to make the payment within the stipulated period due to unforeseen circumstances?

In case the applicant is unable to pay within the stipulated time, Applicant has to make application for extend the time limit in Advance. MIDC may extend the time limit for a further maximum period of 150 days. In such case you will be required to pay the delayed payment charges. on the BOP for the number of days you require extension in Advance.

Effectively, you get a maximum period of 180 (30+150) days from the date of receipt of the allotment letter to pay the BOP.

More details

After you make the payment towards BOP, MIDC will give you a draft of the Agreement of Lease. You will need to approach the Jt. Director of registrar and pay the stamp duty. Then hand over a copy of the challan to the concerned Area Manager/ Regional Officer of MIDC. The Agreement will be executed between MIDC and yourself. This is 95 years in principle agreement.

How and from whom?

After executing the agreement to lease, MIDC will depute a surveyor along with you to visit the site. He will carry a copy of the site plan of your plot which has also been attached to the agreement to Lease. He will measure the dimensions of the plot in your presence and mark it. Once you are satisfied with this measurement and location, a plot handover/ takeover document will be signed between the Surveyor (on behalf of MIDC) and yourself.

How much can I build?

You can construct an Industrial building as per MIDC Development Control Regulations 2009.

Who will approve my plan?

You need to submit a building plan with all details and document to the online on BPAMS portal through your appointed Architect (You can obtain a checklist of all these documents online).

Special Planning Authority (SPA) will scrutinize the plan received online at his desk and if found in order, challan will be generated & after successful payment by you, a commencement certificate will be issued. You should usually get approval within 30 days from the date of submission.

How much time do I have?

You will need to complete the construction of the proposed factory building and commence production within a specified time period as per Circular dated 21.06.2019 & 17.04.2004. This time period varies depending on the class of Industrial Area (Revenue Classification) The currently the time period is as under:
“A” Zone: 3 Years from the date of actual possession
“B” Zone: 3 Years from the date of actual possession
“C” Zone: 5 Years from the date of actual possession
“D” & “D+” Zone: 7 Years from the date of actual possession

Who will give Occupancy Certificate?

Once you complete the construction work as per the approved plan, you must make online application through SWC portal of MIDC. After necessary site inspection by SPA (if required), the Occupancy Certificate will be issued by concerned SPA.

Execution of Final Lease

Once Occupancy Certificate is received, applicant can execute final lease.

Further services

Any other services on the plot can be applied using the Single Window Clearance Systems of MIDC, refer to this link
https://services.midcindia.org/services/

Detailed Guidelines on Land Allotment System of MIDC can be referred here

Land application yearly schedule can be referred here

How to get a Plot in MIDC

Investor's Helpdesk

Modes of communication

A user can communicate with the helpdesk in two ways:

  • Toll Free Number: Four marketing officers supported by Maharashtra Investment fellows (MIF’s) will man a single MIDC tollfree number, on an alternate basis, promoted through the MIDC website banner and Industry associations where a user can call and log his issue via email. In addition, 2 dedicated Mobile Numbers will be provided of the marketing officer after the email query is received as an auto acknowledgement with a 48-hour timeline to provide an intermediate response.
  • Email: Over and above a user can also share a detailed email query to the helpdesk at investor@midcindia.org. This will cater to queries that require more detailed responses with a response window between 2 to 7 working days.

MIDC Support Levels

The support levels are divided as per the regions in Maharashtra defined according to MIDC


# MMR
(Thane I, Thane II, Mahape Panvel, Ratnagiri)
Pune
(Pune I, Pune II, Sangli, Kolhapur)
Aurangabad
(Nashik, Aurangabad, Dhule, Latur, Nanded)
Nagpur
(Nagpur, Amaravati)
Single Toll Free Number 1800224664 with email to investor@midcindia.org / gmmarketing@midcindia.org
(Immediate email acknowldegement will contain 2 Mobile Numbers of the Marketing Officers)
Level 1 Gauri Nakre
Mobile: +91-8976893356
marketingofficer1@midcindia.org
Nitesh Sangar
Mobile: +91-9342165099
marketingofficer2@midcindia.org
Pankaj Mankame
Mobile: +91-8850573527
marketingofficer3@midcindia.org
Sachin Talekar
Mobile: +91-7506901712
marketingofficer4@midcindia.org
Level 2 Sahil Anjarlekar
mif7@midcindia.org
Pankaj Wagh
mif2@midcindia.org
Saalik Hakim
mif8@midcindia.org
Deeksha Borse
mif9@midcindia.org
Level 3 Mr. Ankur Gautam, Consultant
marketing@midcindia.org
Ms. Garima Shewkani, Consultant
marketing@midcindia.org
Level 4 Mr. Abhijit Ghorpade, General Manager (Marketing)
Phone: 022-26879957 (Extn- 293) marketing@midcindia.org

Head Office

"Udyog Sarathi”,Marol Indl. Area,
Mahakali Caves Road,Andheri (East),
Mumbai – 400 093.
Tel: +91-22-26870052/54/27

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