‘Maharashtra CM Unveils New Housing Policy; Good for Common Man’: Niranjan Hiranandani

niranjanhiranandaniBy Accommodation Times News Services

The Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced the state’s new housing policy on 02 September 2016. The Chief Minister was quoted in media reports as having said the new housing policy was ‘not for the “builders lobby” but for the common man’.

“This is exactly how it should be – housing policy should be for the common man, for the home seeker,” said Niranjan Hiranandani, CMD, Hiranandani Communities and Founder-First President, NAREDCO West.

Welcoming the new policy, he said the new policy had potential to create much needed affordable housing for home seekers in the state. “It is a welcome move, and I hope the implementation is done in a systematic and time-bound manner.” Describing the policy as being ‘in the right direction’, Niranjan Hiranandani said the Chief Minister mentioned issues relating to enhancing transport system in Mumbai such as metro, monorail, bus and rail services as having been considered in the policy. “The combination of infrastructure creation and pro-active housing policy have the potential to create sustainable real estate development which focuses on affordable housing,” he added.

From the Centre, we have the announcement from the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), approving an array of measures; with the intent to revive real estate, and this new Housing policy for Maharashtra adds to the positives, said Niranjan Hiranandani.

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