Frequently asked questions about YEIDA

posted 1 Oct 2010, 16:01 by arnab mukherjee   [ updated 2 May 2012, 20:08 by YEIDA Group Moderator ]


Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority
(A Govt. of U.P. Undertaking)

First floor, Commercial Complex,
P-2, Sector Omega-1
Greater Noida (UP)
Tel:  0120-2395153/57/58   Fax 0120-2395150
OLD Tel: +91.120.4291361 Fax: +91.120.4291360

YEA Customer Care Number +91 120 4267500

 Sector 20 YEIDA Map Location.Located 19.5 Kms South of Pari Chowk GN.

YEA remains closed on 2nd and 4th Saturdays.


1) Payment of 100% from Option 1 and Option 2.


The last date of payment is further extended to Feb 08, 2010 with 14% interest. Read details here.



Only LIC, HDFC, ICICI and Barclay Bank are financing YEIDA plots. PoA purchases are not financed. Allotment transfer is allowed by paying 4.5% and then financing is possible.
You can not change payment plan from 2 to 1 or vice-versa however you can make 100% payment from Option 1 and 2 and you do not need YEA's permission for it. In case you are financing through a bank to pay 100% in order to avail the 2% discount then send a change request letter to YEA along with Allotment Letter and an ID.

Sample 100% payment change request letter.


100% payment amount for 500SQM plot is Rs 21,28,500.00

100% payment amount for 300SQM plot is Rs 12,97,500.00

You will additionally pay registration / Lease rent after 4 years which is tentatively 18-20% of your plot cost.


Only Demand Draft or PayOrder (which is Banker's Certified Cheque) is acceptable. Personal Cheques / CASH are NOT acceptable.The DD needs to be deposited to the bank mentioned in the allotment letter. 4 copies of the challan (which is given by the bank) needs to be filled in original. Attach a copy of allotment letter as well. 
DD / Payorder CAN NOT be deposited at any other bank branch besides the branch mentioned on your allotment letter. Multiple DDs are acceptable. Check this thread about multiple DD under one challan.


HDFC Bank is accepting DD/PO at the following 4+ Branches:

b) D-118, SECTOR-26 NOIDA - 201301 UTTAR PRADESH 

e) LUCKNOW (Not sure about the address).


Bank Of India is also accepting DD/PO at the following branches:

a)  P.T.I. BUILDING, 4, PARLIAMENT STREET, NEW DELHI , PIN:110 001 Phone: 23717344

b)  E-52B, SECTOR 9, NOIDA- 201301  Phone - 0120 2402550



Note: For other bank, you will have to deposit your DD/PO described in your allotment letter. HDFC / BOI has made the above exception.

Oriental Bank of Commerce

a) SHOP NO.25, (FIRST FLOOR)  Gamma Sector Greater Noida.

b) E BLOCK Harsha Bhawan, E-Block, Connaught Circus, New Delhi-110001 (accepting payment for 500 SQM plots and above ONLY).


Authorized Bank & Branches for Residential Deposit (1st Installment).
OBC Bank (Allotment No. From YEA000001 To YEA004175


HDFC Bank (Allotment No. From YEA004176 To YEA017000)


Bank of India (Allotment No. From YEA017001 To YEA021000)

Demand Draft is payable at NOIDA / GREATER NOIDA.

Note: Besides Demand Draft, NO other payment method is acceptable (e.g. personal cheques or cash or online money transfer etc etc)

(1) The YEA Allotment No. Name of Allottee, Contact Co. must be mentioned on the reverse of the Demand Draft/Pay Order. 

(2) DD/Pay Order needs to payable at "Locally" i.e. Outstation Demand Draft etc. will not be accepted. 

Authorised Branches for Collecting YEIDA Challan 

Download OBC Bank Deposit Challan here.


Sr. No. Brahches Address Phone No.
1 Greater Noida Sec - Gamma 0120-2322535
2 Noida Sec - 61 0120-2553408
3 Noida Sec - 20, G-Block Market 0120-258821
4 Ghaziabad Razapur, Razapur 0120-2714123
5 Meerut Cantt. Sadar Bazar 0121-266065
6 Lucknow Naka Hindola 0522-2681586
7 Allahabad Jhousion Ganj 0532-2403751
8 New Delhi E-Block Connaught Place Harsha Bhawan 011-23417254
9 Delhi Sec-11, Rohini 011-27570866
10 Faridabad Sec-19, Faridabad 0129-2291155
11 Gurgaon Sec-32, Gurgaon 9911403080
12 Agra Sanjay Palace 0562-4018490
13 Bulandshahr Moti Bagh 05729-287044
14 Patna  Exihibition Road, Patna 0612-2320977
15 Ludhiana Milurganj, Ludhiana 0161-5198801, 5092805
16 Chandigarh Sec-17 B, Chandigarh 0172-2722617
List of 11 branches of HDFC BANK LTD. where allotee may deposit there installment.

(1)The YEA Allotment No. Name of Allottee, Contact Co. must be mentioned on the reverse of the Demand Draft/Pay Order.
(2)DD/Pay Order needs to payable at "Locally" i.e. Outstation Demand Draft etc. will not be accepted. 
Download HDFC Bank Deposit Challan here.

S. No. Brahches Address
1 Greater Noida C-1, Alpha Plaza, Alpha Commercial belt, Greater Noida-201308
2 Noida Sec-18 K-2 Ground Floor, Somdutt Tower Sec - 18, Noida - 201301 (U.P)
3 Ghaziabad Ghandhi Nagar III - N/28, Ambedkar Road, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad - 201001 (U.P.) G-Block Market
4 New Delhi G-3/4, Suryakiran Building 19 K G Marg, New Delhi - 110001
5 Gurgaon HDFC Bank Ltd., Vatika Atrium, A Block Golf Course Road, Sector - 53, Gurgaon - 122002, Haryana
6 Meerut HDFC Bank Ltd., WBO, 381 1st Floor Western Kutchery Road Near R G Degree Road, Meerut - 250001 (U.P.)
7 Aligarh HDFC Bank Ltd., WBO-3-316 Bhalla Complex, Ramghat Road Near Devtriya Hospital Aligarh – 202001 (U.P)
8 Moradabad HDFC Bank Ltd., WBO - 1st Floor Chadda Complex GMD Road Moradabad - 244001(U.P.)
9 Agra HDFC Bank Ltd., WBO-F3, 1st Floor, Friends Wasan Plaza, Sanjay Place, Agra-282002 (U.P.)
10 Allahabad HDFC Bank Ltd., WBO, 58, S P Marg 2nd Floor Above Honda Showroom Civil Lines, Allahabad-211001(U.P)
11 Lucknow HDFC Bank Ltd., WBO, 38 Darbai Lal Sharma Marg Pranay Towers Lucknow-226001
 Bank of India Branches

Download BOI Bank Deposit Challan here.


S. No.





 E-52B , Sector 9 Noida



 59-60 , Grand Trunk



Surajpur        Village & Post Office Surajpur ,

Village & Post Office Surajpur ,Distt. Gautam Budh Nagar



 11 B-C, Rajpura Road ,PB No. 85 Distt. Dehradun Uttaranchal



Anand Bhawan, Kothi NO.346, Khair Nagar Road



 Mohini Mansions , PB No. 170



 8/168, Jeoni Mandi, Belanganj, PB No.2



Sangam plaza,Ist floor ,8/h/1a, Cliver road


 Lajpat Nagar  

 TDI Mall , Ist floor ,Lajpat NagarIII,New Delhi


New Delhi

       PTI Building ,4,parliament Street


 Chandni Chowk 

 Jain Mahabir Bhawan PB No. No. 1316 Delhi


  Kirti Nagar    

B/3, Tagore Market , Kirti Nagar New Delhi-110015


  Vikas Marg    

 A-45-46 Laxmi Nagar , Near Madhuban Chow , New Delhi












Read these following threads:


Plot possession


Allotment Transfers are allowed now.

Costs 2% Stamp Duty and 2.5% Transfer Fees.

Check the YEIDA allotment transfer policy here.



Change of address for AXIS Bank Borrowers:

Sample address change letter.

Attach Proof of Address, ID, Allotment Letter, NOC .

Making 100% Payment after paying the initial installment. 
Check this thread.

Broad steps:

1. Write an Application to the YEA CEO for the Cash Down option and submit it to the property manager of the Sector (18/20). Also mention 
by what DATE you will be doing the payment as this helps in calculating the interest portion. 
Also, attach a copy of allotment letter and ID Proof.

2. YEA Property Manager will issue a letter mentioning the Date and the Amount to be deposited (Total time = 2-3 hrs for these 2 steps)

3. Make a photocopy of this letter

4. Deposit the mentioned amount in your concerned bank on or before the Date (otherwise a new letter is required) along with the photocopy
of the letter issued by YEA.



2) MAPs of All sectors.
It is located at
YEIDA Master plan

Sector 18/20 Layout map.

For plot (orientation N/S/E/W), read this thread.


3) News of Jewar Airport

UP for Meerut airport, G Noida realty may skid 

ताज इन्टरनेशनल एयरपोर्ट,जेवर हेतु भारत सरकार से स्वीकृति प्रदान करने का अनुरोध




4) News of DMIC

UP to put 4 projects on fast track under industrial corridor plan

 ट्विन सिटी की रंगत बदले देंगे 11 प्रोजेक्ट्स

Plan to set up power plant in Greater Noida 



5) Eastern Peripheral Expressway

The project takes off from NH-1 in Kundli , crosses Yamuna near Mawikalan, Hindon river near Sharfabad, NH-58 near Duhai, NH-24 near Dasna, NH-91 near Beelakbarpur, Kasna-Sikandrabad road near Sirsa, re-crosses Yamuna near Fajjupur Khadar, Atali-Chinsa near Maujpur and meets NH-2 beyond Palwal. It will pass through Sonipat and Faridabad in Haryana and Baghpat, Ghaziabad and Gautam Budh Nagar in Uttar Pradesh.


Yamuna Express to open for traffic from March 2011 




6) Upper Ganga Canal Expressway (Hindon Expressway)


The Upper Ganga Canal Expressway, popularly known as Hindon Expressway, will now stretch from Noida to Hardwar through Muzaffarnagar and Roorkee, instead of Noida to Hardwar via Saharanpur.

UP clears 8-lane expressway to Uttarakhand





7) Problems with YEIDA Land acquisition




8) Buy and Sell


Get some basic idea about buy /sell properties by following all discussion links located at


We do not encourage individual buy / sell discussion in our discussion forum area as it doesn't interest others. We have a list of buyers and sellers where you can add your property or buying requirements located at
Buyers or Sellers will contact you directly through phone or email. Keep buy/sell a private affair.



9) Refund Cheques for Unsuccessful Applicants



So far we have learnt that applicant who applied through UBI have got their refund cheque around Dec 10, 2009. According to YEA

the refund will start processing on 4th Jan 2010 and will take 2-3 weeks in all.

असफल आवेदकों की रजिस्ट्रेशन मनी मिलनी शुरू 




10) Add co-owner's name to the allotment. Read this thread and this thread.






11) New plot schemes in GN/YEIDA.


a) 28 जनवरी को स्कीम लॉन्च करेगी ग्रेनो अथॉरिटी

b) Plots / Flats Scheme in GZB.

c) Flats scheme in GN (ETA2 and Omicron).

d) Plots are available in Sports City, Sector 25 YEIDA. Developer / Builder : JP Infratech

e) Plots are available in NRI Township Sector 26A YEIDA. Developer / Builder : SDS Infra.

f) Plots are available in Sector 17A YEIDA. Developer / Builder : Supertech UPCountry.




12) Proposed futue developments in YEIDA / GN.


 यमुना एक्सप्रेस-वे पर बनेंगे चार विश्वविद्यालय 




 13) How to avoid being cheated in a Real Estate Deal:

As for the precautions... there are many.

First and foremost, before conducting any real-estate deal, one should
ALWAYS check the official records. Most good real-estate professionals
arrange for a copy of original records from the authority before making the
payments (of course, the buyer will have to pay for the service). In this
manner one can crosscheck the ownership and the status of the property. All
one needs to do is contact a good lawyer or a deed writer and he/she will
arrange to get a copy of official documents (again, its better to pay and be
sure than to save few bucks and regret later).

Secondly, always insist on physically seeing the original documents. Once
you have the original documents in front of you, please cross check those
documents with the photocopy of records your lawyer/deed writer arranged
from the authority. Once the documents tally, ensure the person in the
photograph on original documents provided by the seller signs the sale
agreement. Also, please ensure that the agreement is on Rs. 100 stamp paper,
issued on the buyers name.

Also keep an original photograph and photocopies of photo id + address
proofs, self attested by the seller. Once the sale agreement is signed, make
a photocopy of the sale agreement and seller's ids, and ask your lawyer/deed
writer to get the same attached to original records of the authority and get
the receiving.

Another thing... who conducts your deal is more important than what rate you
sell/purchase. More often than not, the dealer(s) are the most important
person. Just like doctor is extremely important between the illness and the
treatment... similarly, middle men are important between two parties. Please
don’t always fall for cheap rates. Remember, if something is cheaper than
the market rate, 9 out of 10 times, there can be something fishy...
something you may not be able to smell early, but it may harm you later. So,
please be very careful whist selecting the property agent/middle man.

Lastly but most importantly... smart men always seek invisibles. Don’t be
afraid to ask questions... no matter how stupid or irrelevant they maybe.
Buying or selling... ask questions... smallest doubt... ask questions...
something you cant understand... ask questions... want to know how things
are done... ask questions. Just ask about everything. You don’t have to
react to every answer... you don’t have to panic... just ask and keep in
your mind... every bit of knowledge helps. Who knows what info comes handy.
So... ask questions.



#14   Lease Deed and Registration. [AGREEMENT TO LEASE (ATL)]

Difference between ATL and Registration:

ATL and Registry are two entirely different things. 

Step 1: Authority invites public to apply for draw of lots.

Step 2: Authority executes draw of lots and lucky winners are announced.

Step 3: Lucky winners (henceforth, called allottees) are intimated to deposit allotment money within a certain time frame.

Step 4: Thereafter, Allottees continue to deposit instalments, as mentioned in Allotment-Cum-Allocation Letter.

Step 5: After a certain time, Allottees are informed that they can now take physical possession of the plots, but only after depositing the lease money, which is normally 10% of the total amount of the plot/property, payable to the authority.

Step 6: Allottee approaches the authority to sign Lease Deed, by depositing the lease money in prescribed bank. At this point, Lease Deed format is printed on Stamp Papers (as instructed) and the same is signed by the representatives of the Authority.

Step 7: Once Lease Deed is signed, Authority hands over the physical possession of the plot to the Allottee (Possession Certificate is issued).

Step 8: Finally, the Allottee has to get the Lease Deed registered at Sub-Registrar’s office, within 90 days of signing of the Lease Deed. Failing which, the Lease Deed will be considered invalid and void.

There has been humongous pressure from state revenue department on the authority to generate revenue and given that the Authority is not in the position of providing physical possession at this point of time, hence unable to sign actual Lease Deed, a mid-way acceptable to all has been derived, called “Agreement-To-Lease”, where in all parties benefit.

“Agreement-To-Lease” or ATL, is not a Lease Deed. It is simply an agreement between the allottee and the authority that the allottee will pay for and sign the Lease Agreement as and when the possession is provided by the Authority. Thereby, the revenue department gets the registration revenue right away (without waiting for years) and the allottee saves money by having to pay registration money at allotment rates (which are always considerably lower than then existing circle rates).

The only catch, so far, has been that once the ATL is signed, Authority refuses to transfer the ownership of allotment rights. Authority is actually correct in doing so. As there is an existing agreement between party A, the authority and party B, the allottee... and the terms of agreements will only be fulfilled once the physical possession is provided, therefore authority cannot break the law by ignoring/overwriting any existing agreement.

My personal opinion remains the same. Only those people should execute ATL, who are 1000% sure that they will not sell the plot in near future (at least next 3-4 years) and who have 1000% confidence that they have enough money in other resources to meet any unforeseen eventuality, should they need the money in the future. 

ATL - Do it yourself kit. Click Here

Broad Steps needed to get your ATL done:

1) Go straight to collectorate in GN buy stamp papers from treasury by paying cash.Then get the matter printed on stamp papers and attach all supporting doc .


Treasury Department / Stamp and Revenue Dept.






It is located near Daewoo Factory on your way to Moser Baer, Greater Noida. 

2)Go to YEIDA and get the property managers signature . 


Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority
(A Govt. of U.P. Undertaking)
A-1 First Floor, Commercial Complex, F-Block, Sector-Beta 2,
Greater Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh
PIN: 201306

3) Then go to  Sub-Registrar Office and execute the ATL .Pay the fees in cash . 

Address: Sub-Registrar Office is located next to GNIDA office.


(A Government of U. P. Undertaking)

169 Chitvan Estate

Sector Gamma - II

Greater Noida,

Gautam Budh Nagar,

Uttar Pradesh 201308

Matter to be typed on a stamp paper is located here:

Check  this comprehensive document listing all the Agreement to lease charges:
Let me explain current system in sequence: (posted on April 17, 2010)
Current system (from allotment till now):
1. Allotment of plot to allottee
2. Allottee pays allotment money to authority (expenses incurred by the allottee)
3. Allottee applies for "Transfer-Of-Allotment" in favor of the buyer (expenses incurred by the buyer)
4. "Transfer-Of-Allotment-Rights" letter issued by the authority in favor of the buyer
5. Buyer becomes the new Allottee.
Expected system in future (from now up to possession):
1. Allotment of plot to allottee
2. Allottee pays allotment money to authority (expenses incurred by the allottee)
3. Allottee continues to pay installments to the authority (expenses incurred by the allottee)
4. Allottee purchase stamp paper from state Stamp and Revenue Dept., signs and register "Agreement-To-Lease" at Sub-Registrar's Office (expenses incurred by the allottee)
5. Allottee applies for "Transfer-Of-Allotment" in favor of the buyer (expenses incurred by the buyer)
6. Buyer purchase stamp paper from state Stamp and Revenue Dept., signs and register "Agreement-To-Lease" at Sub-Registrar's Office (expenses incurred by the buyer)
7. "Transfer-Of-Allotment-Rights" letter issued by the authority in favor of the buyer
8. Buyer becomes the new Allottee.
Expected system in future (after possession):
1. Allotment of plot to allottee
2. Allottee pays allotment money to authority (expenses incurred by the allottee)
3. Allottee continues to pay installments to the authority (expenses incurred by the allottee)
4. After offer of possession by the authority to the allottee, the allottee signs "Lease Deed" after paying 10% to the authority (expenses incurred by the allottee)
5. After signing "Lease Deed", the allottee get's the same registered at Sub-Registrar's office. (expenses incurred by the allottee)
6. Allottee/owner applies for permission for "Transfer-Of-Lease-Deed" (also called Transfer Deed) in favor of the buyer (expenses incurred by the buyer)
7. "Transfer Deed" is issued in favor of the buyer.
8. Buyer purchase stamp paper from state Stamp and Revenue Dept., signs and register "Transfer Deed" in his name at Sub-Registrar's Office (expenses incurred by the buyer)
9. Buyer now becomes the new owner.
Hope this helps...
Safal Suri

 ATL DIY Kit -

Safal Suri's advise:

People who are not a long term investor... I'd suggest you avoid any additional expenses other than those which are absolutely compulsory/mandatory. As of now, Agreement-To-Lease isn't mandatory... so just let it be. 

When you sell the plot... IF NEED BE... that is IF the authority makes it compulsory by then... get the ATL registered... else... Why spend additional 
money? The buyer of your plot would naturally like to buy as cheap as possible... and if you pay for ATL, etc... the cost of your plot would increase and thus make your plot more expensive... resulting in less profitability for you. 

Keep all your expenses minimum... UNLESS you plan to retain for next 4 years or more. 

Agreement-To-Lease is just another regular agreement between two parties. If 
an agreement is signed by two parties, that agreement has to be mutually 
discontinued before one of the party decides to sell the property. Hence, 
once you sign an Agreement To Lease, you will have to first get the said ATL 
cancelled before selling the property.


We have learnt so far that the circle rate of YEA will go up in the very near future (10% min) (50% speculated by some). So people planning to do ATL after 6 months, the change in circle rate will affect you. The stamp duty fee remains unchanged at 5%, till March 2011 and after that it can go backup to 8% again (we can not predict). The bottom line is, ATL expense will depend upon the future circle rate and the percentage of stamp duty fee prevailing that time. We can not speculate the future rates.


#15.  Two topics... non functional web portal... and... missing challans... have been spoken about repeatedly. For the convenience of those who are unaware of earlier discussions... 

1. Non functional web portal:

To the best of my knowledge... a private IT company was hired by Yamuna Expressway Authority (YEA)... to build software, set up hardware infrastructure and operate all online and offline computerized information... including data entry process. Few months after the draw of lots in Oct/Nov 2009, for reasons unknown to me, problems brew and the contract fell off between both the parties. Subsequently the said private company went to the court and took a stay order against the authority hiring any other company un till the dispute is legally resolved.

As I am told... even though the authority is very much willing to get all records computerized... it is unable to do so because of the court order. Now... I cant guarantee the correctness of information. But this is what I have been told each and every time I have raised the issue with concerned officials.

2. Missing Challans:

There are total of 21,000 plots. Vast majority of plots were bought on instalment plan. Which essentially means... 20,000+ records each 6 months. The process/steps are as follows:

Step 1. The allottee fills 4 forms and deposits 3 of them with the bank.
Step 2. The bank keeps 1 copy for its records and send 2 copies to finance department of the authority.
Step 3. The finance department keeps 1 copy for itself and sends 1 copy to property department.
Step 4. Property department is the last to receive the copy. When it receives the copy, it is then manually inserted in the file.

Remember, there are roughly 20,000+ records to be maintained manually, involving multiple steps and multiple agencies. Often, the banks send the copies after months... and then finance department takes months of its own... AND finally property department too takes months to insert each copy manually in respective file. In the process... more often than not... some copies are invariably lost.

The best thing to do... keep the original receipt with oneself. No need to worry. Whenever one visits the authority... just ensure to carry a photocopy of each payment and deposit the same with property department.

Fortunately... guys at property department are very friendly and helpful when it comes to updating the records.