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BDA trims estimate of city's trash generation

The Bangalore Development Authority has scaled down the amount of garbage it estimates to be generated in the city per day by 2031. The pre-draft of Master Plan 2031 states that Bengaluru will generate 13,208 tonnes of garbage per day, significantly lower ... Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

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To attract flat buyers, BDA offers two years of free maintenance

Poor public response to its flats has forced the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) to change its sales strategy. It is giving a slew of offers: free maintenance of flats for two years, free drilling of borewells, and guaranteed water connection. On ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

BDA's first boulevard park comes up in Horamavu

There is lush green space amid chaotic traffic at Horamavu junction in eastern Bengaluru. The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) on Thursday opened the Banaswadi Boulevard Park on the Outer Ring Road (ORR). Developed on the lines of Lakshman Rau Boulevard ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Ancient 'mantapa' found in lake yet to be repaired

The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) has not yet cleaned the ancient 'mantapa' which had resurfaced during the dredging of Hosakerehalli lake last month. The emergence of the 'mantapa' had drawn large curious crowds to the lake. Believing it to be a ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago Kempe Gowda era ‘mantapa’ emerges from Hosakerehalli lake  The Hindu3 weeks ago

Vertical growth inevitable for fast-growing Bengaluru, says BDA

The state government and the Bengaluru Development Authority, who are planning the city's growth for 2031, say the city's horizontal expansion is saturated and so the only way to provide housing is by going vertical. In the revised master plan 2031, the BDA ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago ‘BDA’s water solutions for 2031 not well planned’  The Hindu1 month ago

Arkavathy Layout allottees stage protest

People, who were allotted sites in the Arkavathy Layout, staged a protest outside the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) office here on Wednesday, seeking a solution to the delay in the allotment of sites. Rajajinagar Assembly constituency MLA S. Suresh ...
 The Hindu1 month ago BDA offers alternative sites for Arkavathy Layout allottees  Deccan Herald2 months ago KG Layout: BDA seeks bank details for deposit refund  Deccan Herald2 months ago

NGT refuses to vacate stay on Bengaluru steel flyover

The Bangalore Development Authority had filed a Miscellaneous Application with the Tribunal for removing the stay. The southern bench of the National Green Tribunal has refused to vacate the interim injunction ordered in the steel flyover case in Bengaluru.
 The Hindu2 months ago NGT to hear state govt and BDA today on steel flyover  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago NGT refuses to vacate stay on steel flyover, adjourns hearing  Deccan Herald2 months ago

BDA drops people friendly GIS-based portal from website

The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) has silently removed the Geographical Information System (GIS)-based web portal from its website that could prevent lakhs of property buyers from being duped and getting their houses demolished later. The web portal ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Japanese delegation meets George, 'bats' for steel flyover

A Japanese delegation met Bengaluru Development Minister K J George and senior government officials on Friday and cleared "misconceptions" about steel flyovers. The delegation, which consisted of Denichiro Yamada, an expert in highway engineering and ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

'There will never be a better time to buy a home'

'Prices are rock, bottom, developers are ready to negotiate and banks are keen to lend.' A fourth of India's property market is cash-based and this has affected home sales after high value notes were scrapped on November 8, 2016. Property developers, battling a prolonged slowdown, are caught between demonetisation and implementation of the Real Estate Regulatory Act, under which state governmens should set up a regulatory authority by May. In an e-mail interview with's Syed Firdaus ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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