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Getting ‘Real’ About Mumbai Real Estate

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants 17,000 ready-to-occupy homes for sale in Mumbai; 1.50 lakh to be delivered in next 3 years Overall unsold inventory would fill 2,300 football fields or 7,700 cricket stadiums 46% of supply in Q2 2018 was affordable housing Cash creeping back into rea...Read More

Do you know the basic infrastructural needs of a city?

by Akhilesh K. Prasad Infrastructure is a broad term. It signifies the fundamental facilities and systems that serve a locality, city or a country by enlarge. It includes the services and facilities that are necessary for an economy to function. Infrastructure can be generally categorised into hard a...Read More

Infrastructure Development- Who is responsible?

We often book flats and after all the struggles, eventually, get possession as well. However, when we go shift to our new abode with all the excitements, enthusiasm and expectations of starting new innings of our lives, we suddenly encounter a bundle of problems which are beyond imaginations. Yes, th...Read More

Central Park Resorts honoured with two awards in ‘Ultra Luxury Category’

Asia Real Estate Summit 2018 and BAM Awards 2018 Central Park, a leading real estate developer in the Delhi/NCR region, recently won the prestigious Asia Real Estate Summit 2018 and BAM Awards 2018 under ‘Ultra Luxury Category’. The Asia Real Estate Summit 2018 was held in New Delhi where Mr. Anish N...Read More

A City Of Waste

by Anushree Ghosh Ways to Use Waste in Building Infrastructure India is definitely facing a crisis in managing the ever increasing waste of the country. The smelling and rotting mountains of waste need segregation, recycling and reusing to initiate a process of disposal. With the technological advanc...Read More

LANXESS Completes Ten Years Of Support To Educational Initiatives Worldwide

The specialty chemicals company has been strengthening its education services at its global locations for the last 10 years Investments of around rupees sixty-one crores in education since 2008, including over rupees five crores in India alone Over 500 projects completed in 17 countries, including 22...Read More

Vacant Affordable Housing – Causes (and Solutions)?

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants In any discussion about affordable housing in India today, the fact that a lot of such housing is actually lying vacant is bound to crop up. One may point out that, especially with the Government’s avowed intention of providing Housing fo...Read More

2014-19- Where are the Roads Taking Us?

by Anushree Ghosh Narendra Modi’s Development Agenda – How far it reached A country’s economic growth is directly proportional to the quality of its infrastructure. And, the present government has surely paced up the process. Narendra Modi’s development plan had road construction as one o...Read More

Central Housing Ministry Hands Over 210 Type II Redeveloped GPRA Flats to Allottees.

Hon’ble Union Minister of State (Independent charge) Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Shri Hardeep Singh Puri in the presence of Secretary, MoHUA, Shri. Durga Shanker Mishra; and CMD, NBCC, Dr. A. K. Mittal today handed over 210 flats of Type II to allottees for possession under the Government Pool...Read More

Smart Cities – Derailed or still on track

Pooja Bhatia The world is undergoing a transition in living- from rural to majorly- urban living. India is no exception here. Its urban population is expected to rise to 814 million by 2050, up from the present figure of 410 million (as recorded in 2014). Out of this population shift sorts, arises th...Read More

China and India: The difference in infrastructure planning and execution

Akilesh K.Prasad There have been inevitable comparisons between the growth stories of China and India; two of the fastest growing large economies in the world, over the last two decades or so. There are, however, aesthetic differences in the growth models of both these economies. The most outstanding...Read More

Breaking Myths ! Is your project delayed – Don’t curse your developer!

Whenever there is a delay at your real estate project, the first thing that you do is to curse your developer for the same. This is a very common and obvious reaction. But do you really know the reason behind that delay! So, we are here again with some myth-breaking information. And today we through ...Read More

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