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Maharashtra: Slum dwellers can sell houses after demolition in five years with SRA nod
Publish on : 2021-11-09 17:33:28
Earlier, people could sell their tenement only 10 years after the building was completed, and now they can do so within five years after demolition with the SRA's permission, he said. THANE: Maharashtra Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad has said that people can sell their huts five years after they...
MahaRERA directs builders to reveal mortgage status of housing projects
Publish on : 2021-11-09 17:30:54
The move is aimed at improving transparency and alerting prospective homebuyers about any mortgage or loans taken by the developer against the apartments they are about to buy - or the project itself. The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has directed all real estate develop...
Mumbai: 100-year-old chawl will make way for 36-storey tower
Publish on : 2021-11-09 17:27:23
The state’s housing authority, Mhada, gave the go-ahead on October 27 to redevelop Old Chikhalwadi at Tardeo. The 1.54-acre plot comprising a labyrinth of 12 chawls, in which over 200 people live, stands behind Bhatia Hospital. MUMBAI: After almost 20 years, a century-old chawl enclave in south M...
Mumbai: Fire prevention measures must in buildings, says BMC
Publish on : 2021-11-09 17:24:42
“(It is a must) to furnish a certificate, ie Form B, issued by a licensed agency, twice a year -- January and July – (mentioning that these facilities are maintained and in an) efficient condition,” the BMC said in a statement. The BMC on Monday reiterated that as per section 3 (1) of the Maharas...
Maharashtra government proposes change in policy to give TDR demand a boost
Publish on : 2021-11-02 14:13:18
The rights of finalising the priority between the TDR and premium FSI has been given to the municipal commissioner’s office. The directives would be implemented after the government seeks objections and suggestions from the public for its clearance. PUNE: The state government recently proposed a...
Mumbai records over 8,300 property registrations in October
Publish on : 2021-11-02 14:03:24
October has recorded 8,307 registrations in the country’s most expensive property market, exceeding the September figures, according to data from the Inspector General of Registration, Maharashtra. The month of September itself had also set a decadal benchmark in registrations. Interestingl...
Navi Mumbai: Cidco offers plots on sale as festive gift
Publish on : 2021-11-02 13:48:38
The plots have been made available in Kharghar, Panvel, Pushpaknagar and near railway stations. NAVI MUMBAI: Cidco is offering a number of plots of small and medium sizes for residential and commercial purposes, besides, plots for social welfare activities in various nodes of Navi Mumbai in view...
Maharashtra government proposes change in policy to give TDR demand a boost
Publish on : 2021-10-30 12:24:03
The rights of finalising the priority between the TDR and premium FSI has been given to the municipal commissioner’s office. The directives would be implemented after the government seeks objections and suggestions from the public for its clearance. PUNE: The state government recently proposed a...
Maharashtra government seeks to redevelop slums on Juhu airport
Publish on : 2021-10-25 12:20:50
Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday held a review of slum rehabilitation schemes in the city. The issue of rehabilitating slums on 8334 acres of central government land in the city was also discussed. MUMBAI: The state government wants to redevelop the slums on Juhu airport. “We want to...
Activists object to MahaRERA nod for Mistry Constructions' project in Navi Mumbai
Publish on : 2021-10-25 12:13:28
Last month, MahaRera issued a registration certificate to a project called ‘Infinite Residency’ proposed by developer Mistry Constructions at Navi Mumbai MUMBAI: Environmentalists and citizen activists in Navi Mumbai have objected to state housing regulatory authority MahaRera’s decision to r...

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