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1.The Sunrise Sector

The year 2018 saw India’s warehousing and logistics sector coming of age, outshining some conventional real-estate asset classes and attracting the attention of global investors.

2.Development portfolio of large warehousing developers

Investments by IndoSpace, Embassy Industrial Parks, Hiranandani Communities

3.HMDA to set up logistic parks and Inter City Bus Terminals

Under the public private partnership mode, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) is expected to construct logistics parks and Inter City Bus Terminals (ICBT) at Miyapur, Pedda Amberpet, Shamshabad, Shamirpet, Patancheru and Manoharabad

4.Industrial and logistics parks in the pipeline

Know what business approach developers are adopting!

5.Industrial real estate: Emerging asset class for investors, developers

As demand for India’s consumption and e-commerce story gets a boost

6.Hiranandani Group forays into industrial and logistics parks

The doyen of real estate, who builds townships and communities based on world-class infrastructure, has now launched Industrial and Logistics Parks and it is going pan-India. India’s burgeoning logistics sector is estimated to require 839 million sq ft of light industrial and logistics space by 2022

7.About 24 multi-modal logistics parks planned under Bharatmala programme

The government is committed towards providing world-class transport and logistics infrastructure in the country to support the growth of economic activity.

8.GST will eventually have a transformatory impact on India’s property market, says Shishir Baijal, CMD, Knight Frank India

The real estate industry has significant forward and backward linkages with other industries that are pre-dominantly in the informal sector. With the unified Goods & Services Tax (GST) regime, the stakeholders are now witnessing the benefits of integration in the supply chain and the consumer will be the ultimate beneficiary of this landmark reform.

9.BHARATMALA: Beyond Connecting Roads

October 2017 witnessed the largest ever outlay of road construction in India: Bharatmala. The programme involves around 83,000 km - including the first phase of 24,800 km - of national highways development by FY2022. It aims to bridge the critical infrastructure gap through corridor-based development, add to the country's overall GDP by 3 per cent, and unleash massive employment opportunities.

10.Five mega industrial parks to give logistics a push

Real estate and logistics parks developer IndoSpace has recently announced the launch of five new mega parks across the Delhi-NCR region, Mumbai and Bengaluru.