South Mumbai: A home for everyone

By Accommodation Times Bureau Mumbai, the financial capital of the country is also the most happening city and a sought-after destination to make a livelihood as well as make a home. Several locations of Mumbai are preferred by people for settling in, but the most preferred one remains South Mumbai. South Mumbai

TATA Projects Consortium acquires Rs 11,744 Cr order to rehabilitate Worli BDD Chawl

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI TATA Projects Limited, Capicit'e Infraprojects Ltd and CITIC Group Consortium announced today that they have secured Rs. 11,744 Cr order for the redevelopment of existing BDD (Bombay Development Department) Residential and Commercial Societies (Chawl) at Worli, Mumbai. The consortium comprising of TATA Projects, Capicit'e Infraprojects and CITIC Group

Narendra Modi wants to give Christian community women property rights boost

              By Accommodation Times News Service The Modi government is all set for preparing for an amendment in the Indian Succession Act of 1925 that will allow the Christan community women to get rights in the property of their deceased children. As per Sections 41 to 48 of the Indian Succession Act, 1925

Developing zones of Pune

The areas of Kondhwa, Lullanagar, Fatima Nagar and Wanowrie have been one of Pune’s recently developed residential areas. Salunke Vihar, one of the oldest residential colonies around is a defense colony. NIBM, Wanowrie is considered an exclusive enclave for the elite with Utopia, Clover Village and a few others considered

UK Investor to invest Rs 6,500 Cr in India’s 20 Promising Smart Cities

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI: Adhum Carter, British investor and partner at Eyas said, will be spearheading Eyas’s investment plan to back India’s Smart Cities Mission and capitalize on growth prospects with an investment of approximately Rs 6,500 crores in India’s 20 Promising Smart Cities. Bhubaneswar, Pune, Jaipur, Surat, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Jabalpur, Visakhapatnam,

Ease Of  Doing Biz: 25% of UK businesses saw corruption as a major barrier in 2018

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI: The UK India Business Council Ease of Doing Business Report, released today, highlights that UK businesses’ perceptions of corruption as a barrier to operating in India have halved since 2015. Based on an in-depth survey of businesses with a combined turnover of USD 122 billion, the report found only 25%