By Accommodation Times Bureau
MHADA in its pre-monsoon survey; found that seven buildings in Mumbai are in most critical condition.
Seven building is located in area A, B-1, C-1, C-3, D-2, D-3 and E-2. In the area A building no. 144 Espalande Mansion is in the top list, B-1 buildings from 208-220 in kazi sayed street, C-1 buildings from 101-111 in bara Imam road, C-3 buildings from 30-32 sutargali, D-2 building from 69-81 in Khetwadi Ganesh Bhawan, D-3 building no. 39 near Chowpati sea face and E-2 buildings from 46-40 in lucky mansion kelkar road are said to be most dangerous buildings.
The above buildings are said to be too old and come under MHADA’s repair board.
MHADA officials have coped to evacuate 286 families from these buildings, Prakash Mehta, State Housing Minister said. He further added that renaming 117 families the officials have sent the notices to vacate.
Minister said, our survey has found that there are seven buildings in the most dangerous category. We are requesting the occupants to vacate the premises for their own safety.
Under the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) there are around 93 dilapidated buildings. On this Mehta said, these buildings fall under the C1 category of BMC.
Recently, MHADA had formed three news cells for fastening and ease the work procedure concerned to permissions associated with building construction and layout.