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Consumers’ body wants govt to bring projects for revamp under MahaRERA
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Consumers’ body wants govt to bring projects for revamp under MahaRERA
Publish on : 2019-01-05 12:44:57
Mumbai Grahak Panchayat on Dec 31, 2018 wrote to CM Devendra Fadnavis to bring more than 6,000 redevelopment projects in the three cities under MahaRERA as assured by him. PUNE: For over a lakh families in Pune, Mumbai and Thane waiting endlessly for developers to complete projects under redevelopment, the only hope is to bring these units under the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority’s (MahaRERA) purview. The Mumbai Grahak Panchayat (MGP) on December 31, 2018, wrote to chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to bring more than 6,000 redevelopment projects in the three cities under MahaRERA as assured by him in May last year. “The government had assured that all these projects will come under the purview of MahaRERA, which will set a deadline for these re-development projects and settle the rehabilitation components, including rent payment for the affected people,” MGP president Shirish Deshpande said. “The government had assured that all these projects will come under the purview of MahaRERA, which will set a deadline for these re-development projects and settle the rehabilitation components, including rent payment for the affected people,” MGP president Shirish Deshpande said. “Though the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act cannot be touched, the state government can make necessary amendments to the MahaRERA rules to help the redevelopment projects. Several citizens associated with such projects are affected. They are neither getting rent nor alternative places to stay till the developers complete the redevelopment projects,” he said. “The government was also supposed to get Slum Rehabilitation Authority and cessed building redevelopment projects under MahaRERA. The government has assured MGP to do this with the new development plan. We want the government to issue the rules in the next two months to make it easy for those going in for redevelopment,” Deshpande said. Officials in MahaRERA said the rules were being framed and the process would take about two-three months. “MahaRERA and the state government’s housing department are working on it,” a senior MahaRERA official told TOI. Source :- Economic Times

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