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1.Reinstating focus on India’s real estate

Indian real estate has ranked 34th on JLL’s GRETI.


2.Think safe. Work safe. Be safe

In a three-part series, Narendra Shah, Director and Site Manager at Bayer Vapi shares tips for working safely at heights.


3.Even a Slip Could Result into a Fatal Incident!

In a three-part series, NARENDRA SHAH shares tips for working safely at heights.


4.RBI permitting banks to lend to InvITs positive

Now, with the availability of bank debt financing, InvIT issuances can further gain prominence, says ICRA


5.Telangana: 511 bridges sanctioned at a cost of Rs 24.95 billion

As reported, the Telangana Government, in a bid to improve the state’s road infrastructure, has spent around Rs 120 billion towards developing better connectivity across the region since its conception.


6.Relaxation of norms in the EIA possible for project expansion

With respect to the environment impact assessment (EIA), the Environment Ministry is dabbling with the prospect of relaxing various green norms which is set to benefit the mining and infrastructure sectors. The EIA is carried out prior to giving development projects the final approval.


7.CRZ clearance cancellation for Mumbai Coastal Road to impact L&T, HCC order books

The Bombay High Court recently cancelled the coastal regulation zone (CRZ) clearances granted to the ambitious Rs 140-billion Mumbai Coastal Road Project, reasoning that there was serious lacuna in the decision-making process and lack of proper scientific study. The decision is likely to impact the ..


8.Mandating certifications and ratings can certainly ensure construction quality

In 2000, Chennai-based Akshaya built a commercial building in Nungambakkam that demanded a raft foundation model.


9.A critical challenge in warehousing is still buying land

Need to standardise building and design for warehouse development


10.Green nod not required for construction on 20,000-50,000 sq m area: EIA

The notification states that it has decided to re-engineer EIA rules based on amendments and the experience over the years in its implementation