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All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro Line 7The Mumbai Metro Line 7 is a partially elevated corridor spanning a length of 16.5 kilometres with 14 stations from Andheri (East) to Dahisar East. There are plans to extend the corridor, by 9 km, to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (terminal T2) from Andheri (East), and to Mira Road-Bhayendar from Dahisar. The project is being developed at an estimated cost of Rs 6,208 crore and is expected to be operational by 2019.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro Line IIIThe line III of the Mumbai Metro is a 33.5-km underground corridor from Colaba in south Mumbai to Seepz in the north via Bandra. It is being implemented in phases with the first phase from Aarey Milk Colony to the airport to be thrown open by March 2021 while the second phase from Cuffe Parade is expected to open in December same year. Developed at an estimated cost of Rs 23,136 crore, the project will have 21 stations and advanced features to prevent subway flooding during rains.
GST: Understanding Impact And Product Solutions ForWhether one is a developer, buyer, investor, financier or an intermediary, there will be a significant impact of GST on real estate stakeholders in several ways.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Coastal RoadThe first phase of the Mumbai Coastal Road project, a proposed 34-kilometre freeway running along the western coastline, is expected to begin by October 2018. The freeway will link Princess Street Flyover near Marine Lines to the south-end of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link (BWSL) under Phase-I and upto Kandivali under Phase-II. The project will be developed at an estimated cost of Rs 15,000 crore and will decongest the Western Express Highway and boost real estate developments across the western Mumbai.
Follow Construction Norms or Face Action: Noida TellAs concerns on rising pollution levels in the periphery deepened, the Union environment ministry asked authorities in the NCR to follow construction norms. However, it is found that government agencies themselves are failing to do that.