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1.HDIL aims to sell 15-20 mn sq ft FSI in 15-18 months

Housing Development and Infrastructure (HDIL) is aiming to sell a total of 15-20 mn sq ft of floor space index including land and development rights from its land bank in Vasai-Virar region on the outskirts of Mumbai in the next 15-18 months.


2.Aiming for the skies

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is on a dream run. He recently announced that his government and its authorised agencies will give approvals


3.Maharashtra to sign MoU with TERI

Maharashtra Government is likely to sign an MoU with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) for amendment in development control rules.


4.Green Ratings

A new report claims a distinct disconnect between the ratings of green buildings and their performance on ground. Is it merely teething trouble in a construction industry newly turning eco-conscious or is green becoming an excuse to get government


5.MCHI to bring uniformity on carpet area

Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI), the most prominent body of real estate developers, recently urged the state government to remove the anomaly in Development Control Regulations to follow carpet area norms in the sale of flats.


6.SRUI to sell part of mill land for Rs 2,500 cr

Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure (SRUI), will sell a part of its 26.5 lakh sq ft in Shree Ram Mills in Worli for Rs 2,475-2,500 crore.


7.The Trade-Off

Developers in Mumbai rejoice as they are granted 25 per cent additional FSI in exchange for road development. But not everybody’s cheering.


8.India's highest land deal for Wadala plot in Mumbai

The Lodha group has emerged the highest bidder to acquire a 6.2 acre plot in Wadala, Mumbai, totalling Rs 4,053 crore.


9.Stop killing the golden goose

On 11th June as members of the panel gathered at Hotel Intercontinental in Mumbai to select India’s top architects and builders, one thing was certain that branding was no more a concept but a tool and a strategy.


10.Dream Weaver

In the fourth of a series of interviews with prominent engineers, Janaki Krishnamoorthi meets Kamal Lalla, City Engineer, Thane Municipal Corporation.


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