JP Infra introduces natural urban forests on residential premises
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JP Infra introduces natural urban forests on residential premises

In the real estate sector, people are now seeking properties that emphasise green practices. JP Infra Mumbai Private Limited has taken a step ahead by undertaking the Japanese technique of Miyawaki forest to raise a natural urban forest in 11,000 sq ft premises in its iconic project.

With the plantation of over 3,200 trees of 52 varieties, the urban forest will help curb pollution, improve air quality and improve the quality of living.

JP Infra is the first developer in Mira-Bhayandar to incorporate an urban forest as an integral part of its project. It is promoting various environmental and green initiatives toward sustainable living.

Head of Marketing at JP Infra Mumbai Private Limited, Deepak Nair, said that the company focuses on connecting customers with nature while offering a peaceful environment that enables better mental health, sustainability and well-being.

The natural urban forest in JP North Garden City is designed that enables the residents to experience their lives amidst nature.

In partnership with Afforestt to bring back lost forests using the Miyawaki technique for planting trees that grow 30 times denser in just two to three years. It includes a six-step process, including a survey of the soil to assess physical texture, organic carbon, soil pH, and other factors. It helps lower the temperature, makes the soil nutritious, supports local wildlife, and improves air quality by reducing the carbon footprint.

JP Infra illustrates the critical role of real estate in driving and advancing sustainability. It not only includes energy conservation but also resource use, environmental impact, and residential living conditions.

Founder of Afforestt, Shubhendu Sharma, said that JP Infra would provide the residents with clean air and a calm and noise-free environment to relax and unwind in nature within their premises.

Over half of India’s 2030 buildings are yet to be built, and the real estate sector has enormous potential to go green and reduce energy requirements to reduce carbon emissions.

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Also read: BMC to mandate terrace gardens for new buildings of 2,000 sq m

In the real estate sector, people are now seeking properties that emphasise green practices. JP Infra Mumbai Private Limited has taken a step ahead by undertaking the Japanese technique of Miyawaki forest to raise a natural urban forest in 11,000 sq ft premises in its iconic project. With the plantation of over 3,200 trees of 52 varieties, the urban forest will help curb pollution, improve air quality and improve the quality of living. JP Infra is the first developer in Mira-Bhayandar to incorporate an urban forest as an integral part of its project. It is promoting various environmental and green initiatives toward sustainable living. Head of Marketing at JP Infra Mumbai Private Limited, Deepak Nair, said that the company focuses on connecting customers with nature while offering a peaceful environment that enables better mental health, sustainability and well-being. The natural urban forest in JP North Garden City is designed that enables the residents to experience their lives amidst nature. In partnership with Afforestt to bring back lost forests using the Miyawaki technique for planting trees that grow 30 times denser in just two to three years. It includes a six-step process, including a survey of the soil to assess physical texture, organic carbon, soil pH, and other factors. It helps lower the temperature, makes the soil nutritious, supports local wildlife, and improves air quality by reducing the carbon footprint. JP Infra illustrates the critical role of real estate in driving and advancing sustainability. It not only includes energy conservation but also resource use, environmental impact, and residential living conditions. Founder of Afforestt, Shubhendu Sharma, said that JP Infra would provide the residents with clean air and a calm and noise-free environment to relax and unwind in nature within their premises. Over half of India’s 2030 buildings are yet to be built, and the real estate sector has enormous potential to go green and reduce energy requirements to reduce carbon emissions. Image Source Also read: BMC to mandate terrace gardens for new buildings of 2,000 sq m

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