Chandigarh Authority meets Architects Fraternity for Self Certification Scheme

By Accommodation Times Bureau Chandigarh As part of Chandigarh Administration’s initiative of facilitating Ease of Doing Business in the City, Self Certification of Building Plans of commercial buildings by private architects has been made compulsory and the same is being extended to residential and industrial buildings up to 2 Kanal category shortly. In

Simplified Reforms of Income Tax Laws & Other Developments of Housing Industry

By Accommodation Times News Service By CA Vimal Punmiya Latest Reforms to Simplify Income Tax Laws and Procedures for Filing of Returns and Other Developments Related To Housing Industry High Level Committee to be formed & to be chaired by the Revenue Secretary and consist of Chairman, CBDT and an expert from outside.

Amendments in Acts for easy realty permits in Telangana

By Accommodation Times News Service The chief minister said the realtors and builders should come together and develop a satellite city in an extent of 3,000 to 4,000 acres along with the green activity. The Telangana government is planning to bring in an Act on the lines of Telangana State Industrial

New Eco-Friendly Norms In Maharashtra:Mandatory to follow for all the new constructions

By Accommodation Times Bureau The state cabinet of  Maharashtra  has passed an electricity-conservation policy  on May 30, according to which all the new constructions in MS will have to be eco-friendly and should follow all the energy efficient regulations. The state government is going to make amendments in the development control

Sustainable future starts with Sustainable Habitats- Mr. Rajeev Kapoor

Accommodation Times Bureau New Delhi, March 2, 2017: The GRIHA Council, in conjunction with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India, inaugurated the 8th GRIHA Summit with ‘Transforming Habitats’ as the theme today. The council envisages to double the green footprint in the country from 35 million sq. ft. to 70

Govt eases environment clearance law; smaller constructions to win big

Accommodation Times News Service In a string of changes undertaken by the union government for ease of doing business, the environment ministry has now decided to excuse big realty projects from seeking environment clearance at the state level. The changes were made in the currently applicable rules and regulations put forward by