New sand import policy unveiled in Puducherry

By Accommodation Times Bureau PUDUCHERRY A new policy to import sand was unveiled by the Puducherry government on Tuesday to smooth the construction activity in the wake of shortage of raw material in the UT cum state. An official release said that under the new policy, the 'Puducherry Import of Sand, Transportation and

YEIDA soon to hand over possession of over 15,000 plots to owners

By Accommodation Times Bureau NOIDA Handing over the possession of over 15,000 residential plots to the owners will soon begin by the Yamuna Expressway Authority. Officials said on Wednesday that they were allotted to them in 2009. They said under the YEIDA area, possession on 7,330 in sector 18 and 8,019 and

State suffers loss of Rs 1,200 Cr due to rains, debris one of the cause: CM

By Accommodation Times Bureau The State has suffered losses of Rs 1, 217.29 crores due to excessive rains, flash floods and cloudburst during the current monsoon season. Public Works Department suffered maximum losses of Rs 735 crore due to rains in form of damages to roads, bridges, breast walls, retaining walls etc, CM Jai

India committed to become 5 trillion-dollar economy by 2025: Vice President

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI The Vice President of India, Venkaiah Naidu on September 18, has said that India is committed to build a five-trillion-dollar economy by 2025, making India the 3rd largest consumer market in the world. India has climbed 30 places in the World Bank Ease of Doing Business

Himachal Govt will mull over having resident engineer for all major complexes: CM

By Accommodation Times News Service The Himachal government would contemplate having a resident engineer for all the major complexes of the state for maintenance of buildings and other infrastructure most likely through outsourcing basis, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said on September 19. He was speaking after launching the Facebook and Twitter for

Five Reasons to invest in Wadala

By Samyak Jain, Director, Siddha Group At the beginning of this year, MMRDA announced its plans for Wadala that has attracted real estate entrepreneurs to this bustling neighbourhood. This strategically located micro market between South Mumbai and the suburbs, the prospect of greater connectivity and employment seems more promising than ever. In

Who benefits the most from living in a township?

By  Kaizad Hateria, Brand Custodian & Chief Customer Delight Officer, Rustomjee Group A town typically is a collection of families living together, sharing a common area and its facilities. Enjoying each other’s company on occasion and celebrating festivities in a communal manner. Small businesses ensure that the needs of the townsfolk

Customers using high-end mobile phones ready to pay average 20% more rent in India

By Rohit Sharma MUMBAI Customers using the phone which cost over Rs 50,000 would be willing to pay 20% higher rent with an average budget of Rs 25,000 per month, according to a study conducted by two real estate web portal. Data from the study suggest that on average, “A user with a

State Govt asked developers in Telangana to register projects

By Accommodation Times Bureau HYDERABAD On Tuesday all builders and developers across the state who have obtained permission for real estate projects on or after January 1, 2017, were asked by the Telangana government to get their projects registered  instantly. According to an agency, the government notification stated that all the builders and developers

Maharashtra: Marathwada to be biggest beneficiary of Samruddhi Corridor

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said, on September 17, 2018, that the Marathwada region is going to be the biggest beneficiary of the Nagpur-Mumbai Super Communication Expressway, especially Aurangabad and Jalna districts. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 49,250-crore of Nagpur-Mumbai Samruddhi marg, the length of