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Extra FSI to Maha builders who use bamboo

Maharashtra has an estimated 9,600 sq km of bamboo plantations of which 4,800 sq km are quite dense DNA, 1 month ago

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BDD chawl redevelopment gets environment clearance

With the state govt allocating FSI of 4, tenants of these chawls will get 500 sq ft carpet area against the current area of 160-180 sq ft
 DNA2 months ago

BMC demolishes five floors of building where Mumbai Congress ex-prez stayed

Prashant Gaikwad, Assistant Commissioner of H-East ward said that the developer of Avadhut building had permissible FSI only up to the seventh floor. "We have made the flats inhabitable on all five floors from eight to twelve.
 DNA2 months ago

MHADA to offer more space after revamp

State to forgo housing stock in redeveloped smaller plots, increases FSI in larger ones
 DNA2 months ago Maharashtra builders get options on housing stock  DNA1 week ago MHADA areas to be redeveloped by charging only premium  Business Standard2 months ago

Hooray : Its Lonavala! One of India’s destination which is recession free

By Accommodation Times Research There are nine villages in Lonavala and Khandala municipal council areas. Common FSI being 0.5 except for old gaothan and near Railway station where the FSI is 1.5. Land touching Old Highway and internal roads is costing Rs.2 ...
 Accommodation Times3 weeks ago

Development/Redevelopment of Housing Schemes of MHADA in U-1 & U-2

Accommodation Times News Service (1)The FSI for a new scheme on vacant lands of Low Housing Scheme for Economically Weaker Section, Low Income Groups and Middle Income Groups of MHADA having at least 60 percent built-up area of the tenements under EWS, LIG ...
 Accommodation Times1 month ago

It's time to think green...

I start with a question. Has the word 'forest' become more prevalent in our everyday vocabulary, no matter which walk of life we come from? I mean, how often do we see, read or refer to a mention of this term. Let's explore a few possibilities. The word ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago

Mumbai: Balasaheb Thackeray's memorial at Mayor's bungalow gets final nod

BMC house of corporators met on Monday and handed over the Mayor’s bungalow located at Shivaji Park for constructing the late Balasaheb Thackeray’s memorial, finally clearing the state government’s proposal. The improvement committee of BMC ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Government's failed Stimuli for Affordable Housing

Posted by Equitymaster What is considered affordable housing has changed dramatically over the years in India. Real estate prices in India have shot up over the years - especially in the metros. Even a well-salaried person looking to buy a house in a metro ...
 Equitymaster.com4 weeks ago

BMC Election 2017: Unaffordable housing in Mumbai is something polls won’t change

The rate of construction lags behind demand due to lack of funds and ill-thought policies and laws. What’s needed is the use of land more intensively, by reforming the land use policy, FSI, and developing a new underground mass transport system that would ...
 First Post.com1 month ago
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