Residential Buildings in Navi Mumbai to get extra FSI

The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation ( NMMC) got  State’s approval for changing the  D C rules in July 2008. The division bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice S C Dharmadhikari vacated a stay on the matter by granting an additional FSI of 0.5 % to the residential buildings

JDA seals 15 buildings for running commercial activities on residential plots

By Accommodation Times Bureau JAIPUR Operation Squad of Jaipur Development Authority on Thursday sealed 15 buildings for running commercial activities in residential plots in 10 B scheme on Gopalpura Bypass. Also removed encroachment from two other places. Chief controller enforcement informed that 15 houses have been sealed due to running commercial activities in 15

Net-zero Buildings – The bright prospect of Indian Real Estate

Ecologically accountable and resource-efficient buildings in current times have become an essential part and future of the real estate industry. Today the government, developers, builders and end users recognize the need and importance of green buildings and are implementing sustainable practices at a fast stride. Home buyers comprehend the significance

GDA razes over 100 illegal buildings

By Accommodation Times Burea GHAZIABAD In a move to curb illegal structures, GDA has demolished over 100 illegal buildings till August 29 and will continue till all such structure are abolished, a senior official said. Ritu Maheshwari, GDA, Vice-chairperson had said on August 13 that as such 650 structures have been identified and

Over 1.4 lakh buildings in newly 11 merged villages in Pune to pay property tax

By Accommodation Times Bureau PUNE Newly 11 merged villages which have over 1.42 lakh properties, including commercial and residential buildings, will now pay property tax from this April to Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). The standing committee approved to impose property tax in the outskirts areas on Thursday. The property owners are liable for

Karnataka HC Continues To Mandate The Solar Heaters For Buildings

By Accommodation Times Bureau The Karnataka High Court has rejected the petition filed by Md Hasnuddin ,which had challenged the rule that makes solar water heaters mandatory for new houses. A resident of Kalaburgi- Md Hasnuddin- had challenged the 2010 notification of the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commissioner which was published in the Karnataka Gazette the same year. The petition alleged the