Civic body should focus on the sustainable development of the city: CM

By Accommodation Times Bureau NAGPUR: In the next ten-and-a-half years, the world's temperature will rise by two degrees and will result in water shortage and drought. To overcome this crisis, there is a need to create a carbon emission reduction mechanism. It requires a decentralization of solid waste management and sewerage, CM

Nagpur civic authority cuts 200% extra tax on rented properties

By Accommodation Times Bureau NAGPUR On Thursday, Mayor Nanda Jichkar announced during a conference that, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has decided not to levy any extra tax for rented properties. The relief has been given for both residential and commercial properties. Until now, rented properties were taxed at thrice the normal rate. A

Property tax collection increases in Nashik by 28%

By Accommodation Times Bureau NASHIK This year, Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) collected Rs 22 crore more property and water tax as compared to previous year. Water tax  defaulters will face disconnection within 15 days. In 2017-18 the property tax collection is Rs 5776.51 lakh. While in 2016-17, property tax collection was Rs 4518.44 lakhs.

SIT Seeking Expert Help In Land Grab Cases

 By Accommodation Times Bureau To probe property and land related frauds and to rein in mafia, the Special Investigation Team (SIT), hand-picked by CP K Venkatesh; would soon take services of an expert in land and revenue records.The expert will be appointed to provide guidance on verifying documents, extracting revenue records, and provide

Nagpur Civic Body to regularize their slums which are after 2005

  By Accommodation Times News Service Standing committee chairman Ramesh Shingare said in a press conference that a resolution was passed seeking revision in regularization of shanties and slums On one hand Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is planning Smart City and Housing for All projects, while on the other it is seeking to

Nagpur Metro Project of 8,680crore gets clearance from state cabinet

          By Accommodation Times News Service Maharashtra cabinet today cleared an Rs 8,680crore proposal for construction of two elevated metro rail routes covering a total distance of 38.2 km in Nagpur, the second capital of the state. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan made the announcement at a press conference after the weekly cabinet meeting