MHADA aims to complete 2,300 houses in Goregoan by Feb 2023
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MHADA aims to complete 2,300 houses in Goregoan by Feb 2023

The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) is carrying out one of the biggest housing projects in Goregoan at Pahadi layout and strives to complete 2,300 houses by February 2023.

The Mumbai board of MHADA will call the housing lottery draw this Diwali. Results in the houses will be prepared to be handed over to the winner in the coming six months after that.

MHADA is undertaking this housing project wherein houses for economically weaker section groups, along with middle, lower, and higher-income groups people will be made public at Pahadi Goregoan. In a phase-wise way, around 7,000 houses will be built on two layouts.

The Mumbai board of MHADA was unable to call a housing lottery draw for the past three years. About 217 houses have been presented in Mumbai since the last draw was held in April 2019.

Similarly, it held the lottery draw for only 1,395 houses in 2018, and 819 houses were kept for sale in 2017. Therefore, the MHADA's Pahadi Goregoan housing project will be a hope for those homebuyers, who have been waiting for affordable houses in Mumbai via a lottery draw, said the official.

Earlier this month, Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad did a site visit and ensured that a lottery draw will be held this year.

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pahadi Goregaon project was slowed down due to labourers leaving their villages.

MHADA officials feel the work speed has grown and will complete the project as per the expected timeline.

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Also read: Maharashtra govt to extend PMAY Urban scheme till September 2022

The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) is carrying out one of the biggest housing projects in Goregoan at Pahadi layout and strives to complete 2,300 houses by February 2023. The Mumbai board of MHADA will call the housing lottery draw this Diwali. Results in the houses will be prepared to be handed over to the winner in the coming six months after that. MHADA is undertaking this housing project wherein houses for economically weaker section groups, along with middle, lower, and higher-income groups people will be made public at Pahadi Goregoan. In a phase-wise way, around 7,000 houses will be built on two layouts. The Mumbai board of MHADA was unable to call a housing lottery draw for the past three years. About 217 houses have been presented in Mumbai since the last draw was held in April 2019. Similarly, it held the lottery draw for only 1,395 houses in 2018, and 819 houses were kept for sale in 2017. Therefore, the MHADA's Pahadi Goregoan housing project will be a hope for those homebuyers, who have been waiting for affordable houses in Mumbai via a lottery draw, said the official. Earlier this month, Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad did a site visit and ensured that a lottery draw will be held this year. Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pahadi Goregaon project was slowed down due to labourers leaving their villages. MHADA officials feel the work speed has grown and will complete the project as per the expected timeline. Image Source Also read: Maharashtra govt to extend PMAY Urban scheme till September 2022

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