BMC Releases List of 226 Dilapidated Buildings in Mumbai
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BMC Releases List of 226 Dilapidated Buildings in Mumbai

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Friday released a list of 226 dilapidated buildings in Mumbai. The buildings, which are in a "very dangerous" condition, have been identified as a potential hazard during the upcoming monsoon season. The BMC has appealed to residents of these buildings to vacate them as soon as possible and move to safer accommodations.

The list of dilapidated buildings includes structures in all three parts of Mumbai: the island city, the western suburbs, and the eastern suburbs. The majority of the buildings on the list are located in the western suburbs, with 126 buildings in that area. The eastern suburbs have 65 buildings on the list, and the island city has 35. The BMC has been conducting surveys of dilapidated buildings in Mumbai for several years. The surveys are conducted in order to identify buildings that are in a state of disrepair and that pose a potential hazard to residents. The BMC has been demolishing dilapidated buildings in Mumbai, but the pace of demolition has been slow.

The BMC's release of the list of dilapidated buildings comes as the city prepares for the upcoming monsoon season. The monsoon season in Mumbai is typically from June to September. During the monsoon season, Mumbai experiences heavy rains and flooding. The BMC has been working to prepare for the monsoon season by clearing drains and gutters, and by repairing roads and bridges.

The BMC's appeal to residents to vacate dilapidated buildings is a timely reminder of the dangers posed by these structures. Residents who live in dilapidated buildings should take the BMC's appeal seriously and vacate their homes as soon as possible.

See also:
BBMP to survey building conditions in Bengaluru
Jaipur civic body identifies 65 dilapidated buildings for demolition


The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Friday released a list of 226 dilapidated buildings in Mumbai. The buildings, which are in a very dangerous condition, have been identified as a potential hazard during the upcoming monsoon season. The BMC has appealed to residents of these buildings to vacate them as soon as possible and move to safer accommodations. The list of dilapidated buildings includes structures in all three parts of Mumbai: the island city, the western suburbs, and the eastern suburbs. The majority of the buildings on the list are located in the western suburbs, with 126 buildings in that area. The eastern suburbs have 65 buildings on the list, and the island city has 35. The BMC has been conducting surveys of dilapidated buildings in Mumbai for several years. The surveys are conducted in order to identify buildings that are in a state of disrepair and that pose a potential hazard to residents. The BMC has been demolishing dilapidated buildings in Mumbai, but the pace of demolition has been slow. The BMC's release of the list of dilapidated buildings comes as the city prepares for the upcoming monsoon season. The monsoon season in Mumbai is typically from June to September. During the monsoon season, Mumbai experiences heavy rains and flooding. The BMC has been working to prepare for the monsoon season by clearing drains and gutters, and by repairing roads and bridges. The BMC's appeal to residents to vacate dilapidated buildings is a timely reminder of the dangers posed by these structures. Residents who live in dilapidated buildings should take the BMC's appeal seriously and vacate their homes as soon as possible. See also: BBMP to survey building conditions in BengaluruJaipur civic body identifies 65 dilapidated buildings for demolition

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