Gujarat’s “housing for all” vision by 2022 seems improbable as per survey.

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By Accommodation Times Bureau


Gujarat, March 4th, 2017: Considering the current targets, it seems very unlikely of the affordable housing vision to be accomplished by 2022. The recent housing survey conducted by the state government, estimated 9.78 lakh houses needed in the state. The survey was under the governance of India’s Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY), the prime facilitator of this project.

According to the state budget for 2017-18, the Gujarat government targeted 45,000 affordable houses under PMAY and Mukhyamantri Saheri Vikas Yojana (MSVY) and another 1 lakh under other schemes. It is assumed that to accomplish these amount of housing will likely take 7-8 years of completion. The state budget allocated is Rs 1,340 crore for varied housing schemes.

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