Major reforms underway for redevelopment of 14,000 cess buildings in Mumbai
| Friday | 19th July, 2019
The eight member committee headed by the housing minister submitted their report under the Development Control rule of 33(7) cluster development and individual building development scheme.
It will then pave way for the redevelopment of these 14,000 cess buildings.
When the developers leave the project in half way, then a criminal cases be registered against unscrupulous developers," housing minister said.
Henceforth, for redevelopment, developers need only the consent of 51% occupants against the earlier 70%.
Besides, many people are staying in these old and dilapidated buildings from last several years so the MHADA should not charge the repair cess from these cess buildings residence," Patel said.
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