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1.Government to achieve target of Housing for All two years in advance: Hardeep Singh Puri

Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Hardeep Singh Puri, in his address, at the National Real Estate Development Council’s (NAREDCO) 15th National Convention announced that the BJP led NDA Government’s goal of creating ‘Housing for All’ would be achieved two years in advance that is, by 2020.


2.Tile in Style!

Government schemes such as PMAY, Make in India and Swachh Bharat are expected to generate growth for the ceramic tiles and sanitaryware industry.


3.Kochi floats bids for MSW technical support consultant

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH has partnered with MoHUA for Kochi's Climate Smart Cities (CSC) programme.


4.Strength of Stainless Steel

With the dire need for construction in India to be energy, water and material-efficient, the industry needs to adopt stainless steel for the sustainability and longevity of projects.


5.Capital outlay of up to Rs.30 trillion expected for transport infra over five years

The new government is likely to maintain continuity on major programmes launched during its last tenure


6.Infra Growth 2.024

With capital investment in the infrastructure sector proposed at Rs.100 trillion over the next five years, CW delves into the expectations and opportunities as the Modi Government steps into its second term.


7.Smart cities risk curtailing potential by prioritising technology over people

Smart city initiatives in the Asia Pacific will not reach their potential if they focus on delivering cutting-edge technologies without paying enough attention to the needs and experiences of citizens, according to new research, Smart Cities Success: Connecting people, proptech and real estate, released by leading real estate consultant JLL recently


8.Prefabricated and modular construction is a rising trend

The furnishing industry hasn’t had a lot of evolutions except for changes in styles, which is a given. However, one trailblasing method that has taken this industry by storm is the use of prefabricated and modular construction. For those incognizant of this phenomenon, prefabricated construction is the production of components in factories that are then transported to the final location and are only assembled on site.


9.Big flooring brands’ fight for market share continues

Unorganised flooring market occupies nearly 50 per cent of market share


10.Better Centre-state coordination and adequate and timely funding will be required for smart cities

The smart city mission along with other new-age initiatives like Digital India is expected to remain top priority in the Government’s development-led agenda.