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  • 12th Dec 18

    Lucknow Development Authority May Sell 3,500 Properties In January

    Here is a golden opportunity for those who are looking for government-owned properties in Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow. In order to cut the losses it is making in the maintenance of its rented properties, residential as well as commercial, the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) is planning to sell them. According to media reports, a total of 3,500 may be up for grabs in the LDA property auction, likely to take place in January. While 2,300 properties are residential structures, the remaining 1,200 are commercial set-ups.
  • 10th Dec 18

    Haryana Amends New Licensing Policy To Give Additional FSI To Realtors

    In a move that would help Millennium City Gurgaon accommodate more people in its fold, the city’s Department of Town & Country Planning has decided to allow additional floor area ratio to real estate developers by making an amendment in its Integrated Licensing Policy, 2016. This is the third time the Haryana government has decided to amend the policy which was launched in 2016 with a view to make the most of high-potential urban areas in the state.
  • 20th Sep 18

    Municipal Body To Take Over Two Private Builder Colonies In Gurgaon

    The city’s two posh private colonies Sushant Lok-1 and Palam Vihar will be taken over by the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG).
  • 26th Nov 18

    Mumbai Metro Line 2A To Get Operational By 2020

    The Mumbai Metro Line II is being constructed in two sub-phases with 18-km line 2A between Dahisar and DN Nagar; and the 23-km line 2B between DN Nagar and Mankhurd. Construction works begun in 2016 and the DMRC plans to open one part of this line (2A) for the public by 2020.
  • 14th Nov 18

    New Development Plan: Taller Mumbai Will Have 10 L Affordable Homes By 2034

    The Maharashtra government has sanctioned the Mumbai Development Control and Promotion Regulations 2034. The new plan is expected to open up over 3,700 hectares of land in the city’s no-development zone and salt-pan land. This large tract of land is likely to be used for developing residential real estate in the affordable category. According to the plan, nearly 10 lakh affordable houses will be constructed by 2034. It was earlier this year that the DCPR 2034 was passed by the government.

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