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HC: State cannot regularise pre-2015 bldgs flouting rules

Publication: TIMES OF INDIA Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
Mumbai: The Bombay high court on Friday dealt a big blow to the Maharashtra government’s ambitious amnesty scheme for pre-2015 illegal buildings.

Adopt zero tolerance towards illegal construction, HC to Maha

Publication: BUSINESS STANDARD Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
The Bombay High Court Friday said the Maharashtra government and other planning authorities should adopt a "zero tolerance" policy towards illegal construction, adding that such structures cannot be regularised.

State told to act against illegal constructions

Publication: THE ASIAN AGE Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
The court also directed these authorities to carry out surveys to identify illegal constructions in their respective jurisdictions.

Bombay high court refuses to stay reclamation for mid-sea Shivaji memorial in Mumbai

Publication: HINDUSTAN TIMES Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
The Bombay high court (HC) on Friday refused to stay reclamation at the site of the proposed 212m-high Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Memorial in the Arabian Sea, off the Mumbai coast,

HC refuses to stay ₹3,600cr Shivaji statue

Publication: TIMES OF INDIA Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
Mumbai: In a relief to Maharashtra government, Bombay high court on Friday refused to stay the Rs 3,600 crore Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial in Arabian Sea.



Redevpt without piling work near coastal rd tunnel

Publication: TIMES OF INDIA Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
Mumbai: The BMC has placed restrictions on piling work for construction and redevelopment along the stretch from Tambe Chowk in Babulnath to Priyadarshini Park to protect the proposed coastal road tunnel.



Navi Mumbai airport: 60% land filling complete for phase 1, say CIDCO officials

Publication: THE INDIAN EXPRESS Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
In the first phase, a southern runway and terminal building will be constructed. Senior CIDCO officials said 45 hectare from the close to 496 hectare of land required for the first phase remains to be acquired.



Positive impact of ‘ease of doing biz’ has still not percolated to realty sector

Publication: BUSINESS LINE Date : 03 NOVEMBER 2018
BENGALURU, NOVEMBER 1 The real estate sector says the positive impacts of ‘ease of doing business’ have still not percolated to the industry.


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