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Maharashtra will create 30,000 housing stock in 2 years: Govt
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Maharashtra will create 30,000 housing stock in 2 years: Govt
Publish on : 2020-03-05 17:26:27
Minister Jitendra Awhad told the House 10 percent each of houses built by Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) will be reserved for police personnel and Class IV government staff. Lands totaling 25,000 acres acquired by SEZ developers but lying unused will be taken back by the government after paying these firms and will be used to construct affordable houses, he said. MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government will create stock of 30,000 housing units in the next two years, Minister Jitendra Awhad said in the Assembly on Tuesday. He said the affordable housing scheme will begin on May 1 and will be completed in two years. Awhad told the House 10 percent each of houses built by Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) will be reserved for police personnel and Class IV government staff. Lands totaling 25,000 acres acquired by SEZ developers but lying unused will be taken back by the government after paying these firms and will be used to construct affordable houses, he said. The government is contemplating to bring a bill on this issue, he added. "If this is done, five lakh affordable houses can be constructed in five years," he said. Speaking on the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA), he said submission of proposal to final approval will be done in a span of 90 days through a single window system.

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