ini­tia­tives re­quired For EN­HANC­ING low AND mid­dle - in­come hous­ing sup­ply

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“The big­gest op­por­tu­nity is avail­able by un­lock­ing lands which are stuck in var­i­ous forms of mit­i­ga­tion or quasi-ju­di­cial con­trol of the govern­ment.” vinod ro­hira

“Ra­tio­nal­i­sa­tion of taxes by govern­ment, in­fras­truc­ture de­vel­op­ment, open­ing up land par­cel across MMR and stream­lin­ing of ap­proval process through on­line pro­ce­dures is re­quired.” Shailesh Pu­ranik

“Although the pur­chas­ing ca­pac­ity is lower for lower-in­come groups, there ex­ists a large de­mand. The govern­ment’s hous­ing for all ini­tia­tive if im­ple­mented cor­rectly will give the pri­vate de­vel­op­ers an op­por­tu­nity to ex­plore this seg­ment to the best pos­si­ble ex­tent.” amit Wad­hwani

“Ad­di­tional FSI and ben­e­fits for the de­vel­op­ers for af­ford­able hous­ing schemes in the City, in­cen­tives for clus­ter de­vel­op­ments and faster clear­ances will en­hance the hous­ing sup­ply for low­in­come seg­ment.” Punit agar­wal

“Un­der the ‘hous­ing for all’ mission, the ap­proved unit size is 30sqm. The same should be ap­plied to slum re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion projects as well. Mum­bai has about 13 lakh slum dwellings el­i­gi­ble for re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion.” Aniket Haware

“The state govern­ment has al­lo­cated 800 hectares of rev­enue land to achieve its goal of af­ford­able hous­ing and is set to con­struct 1.41 lakh houses in Mum­bai. Ini­tia­tives like this, as well as slum re­de­vel­op­ment will help meet the city’s hous­ing re­quire­ments.” amit Ru­parel

“To ac­cel­er­ate ab­sorp­tion, re­duc­tion in levy­ing of taxes such as, GST and Stamp Duty will help in mak­ing the vi­sion of hous­ing for all a re­al­ity”. Ashok mohnani

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