#WeeklyRealtyNewsRoundup: Navi Mumbai Airport Gets Final Approval
The Forest Advisory Committee of the Environment Ministry has given forest clearance to the Navi Mumbai Airport. Impressed with the presentation of the City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra (Cidco), the central government gave the final approval to the Navi Mumbai Airport. The Cidco had argued that the Navi Mumbai Airport complies with the 35 conditions the Environment Ministry laid down in 2013. Read more.
Govt Hospitals In Delhi To Get Land For Re 1 Per Year
Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that the central government will allot plots at Re 1 per year for hospitals, night-shelters and government offices. The government wants public utilities and services to get land at a cheap rate. Read more.
Telangana Government Will Build A New Financial District
The Telangana government plans to build a new financial district within six to nine months. As the existing financial district is saturated, the state government wants to build a new financial district. The state government also wants Hyderabad to compete with cities like Mumbai and Ahmedabad, which are not as technologically advanced as Hyderabad. Read more.
Andhra Pradesh Govt Signed An MoU With Astana For Building Amaravati
The Andhra Pradesh government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kazakhstan’s capital Astana for building the new state capital, Amaravati. The MoU was signed when the Andhra Pradesh chief minister met Astana mayor Asset Ishekeshev during a visit to Kazakhstan. Read more.
Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board Will Build 23,476 houses
Tamil Nadu slum clearance board will build 23,476 tenements and individual houses in the FY 2016-17. The slum clearance board will build 7,204 multi-storey tenements and 16,272 individual houses for economically weaker sections on their own land. Every unit in a multi-storey tenement will have 400 square feet space, and every individual house will have a space of 300 square feet. Read more.