PMC invites EoI to rent 79 community halls in the city
PMC has listed the monthly rent for each room, and organizations that quote the higher rent will get them, officials said.
The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has launched a Call for Expression of Interest (EoI) for the handover of 79 community halls in the city. The civic body has erected these community halls mainly in the slums (in Bibwewadi, Sahakarnagar, Parvati, Yerawada and others) for executive social programs and workshops.
When Covid-19 cases were high, these community wards were used as isolation centers.
As many community halls are used for political activities, the PMC plans to hand over these community halls to the various organizations.
“PMC has listed the monthly rent for each hall, and organizations that list the highest rent will get them,” city officials said.
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