Green Buildings in 2007 use to be 20% more expensive, but not now: Dr. Ajay Mathur

Chandrakant Patil, Minister of Public Works Department, Government of Maharashtra was also present at the function By Rohit Sharma MUMBAI Green buildings today are of the cost as the conventional buildings, some people say slightly they are expensive 1 or 2 percent more expensive, Dr. Ajay Mathur, President, GRIHA Council said. In a function

Dept of Registration and Stamp to go completely cashless

By Accommodation Times Bureau PUNE The registration and stamp department in Pune will go totally cashless for documents handling charges. The new facility of e-payment was announced on Saturday by State Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil. Inspector-general of registration, Anil Kawade said that the electronic payment facility will be initiated for Pune district and then replicated in the

State Govt may reduce rent for Mumbai housing societies on govt land

    By Accommodation Times Bureau     MUMBAI     The state government is considering reducing the lease rent charges to housing societies built on government land, said Chandrakant Patil, Revenue Minister, on Saturday.   At present,  the state government charges a rent of 2 % of the ready reckoner rates.     “The demand for concession is right and

Amar Mahal flyover to be rebuilt

  By Accommodation Times Bureau People have been having a grueling time due to the constant backed up traffic-jams at the Amar Mahal flyover, since a long time. On April 8, when the first damages to the fabrication were noticed in the Thane-bound carriageway, the bridge was closed immediately for traffic. At that

Maharashtra to undertake Rs 8,000 crore road development project

  By Accommodation Times News Service Government's thrust is to develop state highways, district roads and to provide road connectivity to every village Chandrakant Patil, minister of public works department said that the state government is considering undertaking massive project of road development in Maharashtra. Rs 8,000 crore project is planned details of

State government approves 8 new infra projects

By Accommodation Times News Service The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure in Maharashtra gave in-principle approval to eight projects across the state amounting to Rs 53,701crore. The Committee meeting chaired by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was attended by Cabinet Ministers Chandrakant Patil, Eknath Shinde, Girish Mahajan, Prakash Mehta and Minister of State