Maharashtra govt's action plan for dilapidated cessed buildings
| Tuesday | 10th September, 2019
With elections approaching, the government has come up with an eight-point action plan to take care of the dilapidated cessed buildings.
There are close to one lakh people residing in these near 14,000-odd dilapidated buildings.
The action plan tackles various issues, including taking over stuck redevelopment projects.
It says MHADA shall revoke the No Objection Certificate on the cessed buildings of which redevelopment work is stuck midway and the developer hasn't even paid the rent and shall go ahead with the project.
Ramesh Prabhu, chairman, Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association (MSWA), says this is a step in the right direction adding, "The move will directly impact at least 25% of the cessed buildings immediately.
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