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1.Pick-‘n’-carry: India’s highest selling crane

Innovations in the segment are strengthening the position of this unique product


2.India’s 12 cities have over 20 lakh vacant homes lying around

Mumbai alone has about 5 lakh vacant houses, followed by Delhi and Bengaluru at 3 lakh, Pune and Ahmedabad at 2 lakh, Jaipur at 1.2 lakh, Hyderabad at 1 lakh, Kolkata at 80,000, Bhopal and Gurugram at 75,000, Lucknow at 65,000 and Ghaziabad at 55,000, as per the Knight Frank report.


3.Massive developer consolidation in top nine cities

As a result, project share of the top 10 developers increases


4.Demand for housing to rise due to additional tax sops in the Budget

Housing sales fell 11 per cent in April-June 2019-20 across nine major cities to nearly 72,000 units


5.Spurt in demand for affordable housing pushes up overall residential sales

Residential unit launches in H1 2019 increased by 21 per cent YoY to 0.11 mn units while sales grew by a steady 4 per cent YoY to 0.13 mn units. The residential market witnessed growth in supply as well as sales for the third consecutive half year period, both hitting their highest level since demonetisation during H2 2016


6.Warehouse space leasing grows by 77 per cent YoY in 2018

Warehousing space requirement for manufacturing sector expected to be 68 million sq m in 2019; estimated to reach 86 million sq m by 2024.


7.HOW SAFE ARE OUR BUILDINGS?

With countless buildings on the verge of collapse across the country, CW speaks to industry experts to find what it takes to keep our structures stronger, and safer.


8.Will Visakhapatnam, Kolkata, Chennai and Pune get a second airport?

Civil Aviation Ministry is planning on offering additional options for travelers with talks on for a second airport to be planned and developed in India


9.Development portfolio of large warehousing developers

Investments by IndoSpace, Embassy Industrial Parks, Hiranandani Communities


10.Oldest built structures that have stood the test of time

Buildings constructed by the Hiranandani Group in 1987 are still safe