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Realty News Check: Delhi farmhouse owners get reli...

Realty News Check: Delhi farmhouse owners get relief as DDA eases norms

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Bombay civic body wants to build affordable homes on 5,642 acres of no-development land

The city’s revised development plan (RDP) envisages creating one million affordable homes to be built on eco-sensitive salt pans and lands designated as no-development zones (NDZs).

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Bengaluru tech parks, colleges will lose land, but gain Metro stations

From tech companies at ITPL to Oxford or RV Group of Institutions, none had a major problem giving away land for the city’s biggest infrastructure project, Namma Metro. After all, they are all getting compensation double the market value of the land where exclusive Metro stations will come up.

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Delhi farmhouse owners get relief as DDA eases norms

Following a protest by farmhouse owners and objections by municipal corporations, Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has simplified the provisions for low-density residential plots (LDRP) in notified villages.

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Saravana Kumar appointed CEO of Jaipur Smart Mission

The state government has appointed 2006-batch IAS officer V Saravana Kumar as the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Jaipur Smart Mission Limited (JSML).

Kumar, who was serving as Sirohi collector, has been exclusively appointed to execute the smart city works in the state capital.

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