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1.Ahmedabad may have new development plan soon

Ahmedabad's real estate industry is pinning hopes on a new development plan (DP) for the city. The sector is expecting the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (Auda) to announce the plan very soon. The deadline to announce the development plan is February 17.


2.Rs 5 cr spent on A'bad road only to be dug up for BRTS

Perhaps due to lack of planning by the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (Auda), around Rs 5 crore was spent on a road in Bopal in the city may go waste as it is likely to be dug up again after six months for construction of the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) corridor.


3.Ahmedabad to get 5,000 affordable houses in 2-yrs

The Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (Auda) has announced to build 5,000 affordable houses for low income and middle income groups in two years. The houses are to come up in the city's areas like Kathwada, Nikol, Bhat-Sughad and Khodiyar. These areas are newly demarcated as the 'affordable housing' zone in the city. Nearly 43.25 sq km of the total 67.51 sq km under the zone has been earmarked for this purpose.


4.Auda to construct 5,000 houses in demarcated zone

In two years, Ahmedabad Urban development Authority (Auda) pledged that it would construct 5,000 houses in the newly demarcated 'affordable housing' zone in the city. For this purpose, the Auda committee allotted almost 43.25 sq km of the total 67.51 sq km under the zone. The houses will be constructed for lower income and middle income groups


5.Auda to Construct 5,000 Houses

In two years, Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (Auda) has pledged that it will construct 5,000 houses in the newly demarcated 'affordable housing' zone in the city.


6.Gujarat Plans For Affordable Houses

Gujarat Housing Board's recent announcement to construct 50 lakh affordable housings in the next five years has put government agencies into action.


7.Nod for 11 new town planning schemes

The Gujarat Chief Minister has approved 11 new town planning schemes (TPs), including eight in Ahmedabad. 180 hectare is expected to be used for roads, and 195 hectare for parks.


8.Foundation stone laid for projects worth Rs 2.85 billion in Gujarat

Foundation stone for several infrastructural and development projects worth Rs 2.85 billion has been laid by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani in Gujarat.