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Thiru.K.Sellamuthu, IAS is the Managing Director of the Board holding office at 493, Anna Salai, Nandanam, Chennai-600 035

Board members:(1) Thiru.Thanga Kaliyaperumdal, IAS. Secretary to TN Govt. H&UD Department, (2) Thiru A.Karthik, I.A.S., Director, Town & Country Planning, (3) Thiru Vikramkapur, I.A.S., Principal Secretary/Commissioner, Coporation of Chennai, (4) Thiru V.Chandrasekaran, I.A.S., Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board, (5) Thiru R.Venkatesan, I.A.S., Member Secretary, Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority, (6) Thiru V.Arun Roy, I.A.S., Joint Secretary to Government, Finance Department

Formed in 1947 as a small organisation in the name of “CITY IMPROVEMENT TRUST” in order to cater to the Housing needs of Madras City,   has developed into a full fledged organisation as "TAMIL NADU HOUSING BOARD" in the year 1961 to cope up with the increasing demand in housing sector all over the state due to urban growth leading to migration to urban areas in search of employment opportunities.

Housing is one among the three basic needs of humanity. In fulfilling the housing needs, the Tamil Nadu Housing Board plays an important role with the ideal objective of providing house for every one. TNHB as a matter of policy ensures quality materials in construction, using the latest modern techniques in the construction and provides shelter to the people under Economically Weaker Section (EWS), Lower Income Group (LIG), Middle Income Group (MIG) and Higher Income Group (HIG), at costs affordable by people of these Groups.

   

Housing is one among the three basic needs of humanity. In fulfilling the housing needs, the Tamil Nadu Housing Board plays an important role with the ideal objective of providing house for every one. TNHB as a matter of policy ensures quality materials in construction, using the latest modern techniques in the construction and provides shelter to the people under Economically Weaker Section (EWS), Lower Income Group (LIG), Middle Income Group (MIG) and Higher Income Group (HIG), at costs affordable by people of these Groups.

TNHB has the unique capacity of developing very large neighbourhood schemes, each one of them, remains a self contained neighbourhood by itself.As a pioneer institution in developing very large neighbourhood schemes, Tamil Nadu Housing Board is one of the biggest institutions in India catering to the shelter needs of various income groups of the society.

Keeping in line with the Hon'ble Chief Minister's direction of good governance and effective delivery system, the TNHB decided to put in place the concept of Service Counters.
   
Functions of the Service Counter:-
  • Redressal of grievances in a time bound manner
  • The Service Counter is manned by two personnel called Information Officer
  • The applications received at the Service Counter from 10 AM to 1 PM
  • The applications are processed from 1.00 PM to 5.00 PM
  • The acknowledgement slips are issued to applicants immediately.
  • Daily review of the activities of the Service Counter services by the Executive Engineers. 
  • On-Line monitoring of the petitions received at the Service Counter by the Managing Director every day.