By Rohit Sharma MUMBAI Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) has set to lottery at least 3,000 flats under the category of MIG and LIG after the redevelopment of Worli BDD chawl project completes. TATA Capacite who won the tender in June first week this year is going to redevelop the Worli
By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI TATA Projects Limited, Capicit'e Infraprojects Ltd and CITIC Group Consortium announced today that they have secured Rs. 11,744 Cr order for the redevelopment of existing BDD (Bombay Development Department) Residential and Commercial Societies (Chawl) at Worli, Mumbai. The consortium comprising of TATA Projects, Capicit'e Infraprojects and CITIC Group
By Accommodation Times Bureau Mumbai A month after the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) was directed to reconsider a failed bid for the Bombay Development Directorate (BDD) Chawl redevelopment project at Worli, the authorities are yet to retrieve and submit the bid documents. The authority had finalised three bids earlier, however, Shapoorji Pallonji, challenged
By Accommodation Times Bureau Mumbai: Redevelopment of BDD Chawls will bring almost 4 cr sq ft salable housing stock besides rehabilitation of these century old chawls. A special planning and development authority is constituted under Section 37(1AA). On On 23 August 2016, a special authority within MHADA's jurisdiction was established to
By Accommodation Times Bureau Residents of Bombay Development Division (BDD) chawls will not become ineligible if they own another house in Mumbai. In a major concession, the Maharashtra government has dropped the condition of not owning another home in the city. The new criteria for eligibility for a free 500 sq ft home
By Accommodation Times Bureau The biggest urban renewal scheme, the redevelopment of the Bombay Development Department (BDD)c hawls, costing approximately, Rs 16,000 crore has suffered a setback. There has been no response from contractors for its Worli project.This is one of the most ambitious projects in central Mumbai inaugurated in April
By Accommodation Times News Service After Maharashtra government handed over the biggest redevelopment project of the time, the 207 century old BBD chawl to MHADa, the High Court has asked the government to set a deadline for its completion. "Who will ensure that the project will commence and be completed on time?"
By Accommodation Times News Service While the Maharashtra Housing and Development Authority (Mhada) is busy making preparations to revamp the Bombay Development Directorate (BDD) chawls, many resident organisations want to redevelop the land themselves. They warned they would agitate on the streets and are willing to take the legal route if the