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Mumbai: Small buildings need only 51% consent for redevelopment - Times of India

MUMBAI: In a major relief for redevelopment of buildings having fewer than 11 flat owners, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday said the requirement of 70% consent would be reduced to 51%. Most of the private smaller buildings registered under ...and more »

SRA scam: Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis orders probe, housing minister under scanner - Hindustan Times

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis announced an inquiry in the alleged irregularity in the slum rehabilitation authority (SRA) project at MP Mills compound in Tardeo. In the project, housing minister Prakash Mehta had allowed transfer of extra building ...and more »

Govt. to assign revenue land for mill workers' homes - The Hindu

Mumbai: The State government will set aside half of all future affordable homes in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) for housing for former mill workers. On Tuesday, the mill workers' union held a massive protest march to the gates of the State ...and more »

Clause relaxed, builders need consent from 51 per cent tenants - The Indian Express

To curb corruption and sabotage in redevelopment of all buildings, including private ones, the tenant consent clause has been relaxed. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced on Monday that builders would now need consent from 51 per cent ...and more »

Devendra Fadnavis orders probe into SRA project sanctioned by BJP minister - The Indian Express

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Monday gave consent for a thorough probe into a controversial slum rehabilitation project at MP Mills Compound in Tardeo, which had been sanctioned by Housing Minister Prakash Mehta allegedly without the CM's consent ...and more »

Govt committed to providing houses to mill workers: CM Devendra Fadnavis - The Indian Express

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said Tuesday the state government was committed to providing decent houses to mill workers for which a comprehensive roadmap was ready. Fadnavis, speaking in the Assembly, added that for this the government would ...and more »

Consent of 51% enough for redevelopment: Devendra Fadnavis - Daily News & Analysis

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday announced that redevelopment of old, dilapidated and private buildings can now be done with consent of 51 per cent of the members. The Maharashtra Apartment Ownership Act 1970 provides for redevelopment ...and more »

Mumbai: Now, buildings can be redeveloped with consent of 51 per cent residents - Free Press Journal

In a big relief for real estate sector in Maharashtra, on Monday, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis relaxed the tenant consent clause. While speaking in the state legislative Assembly, CM announced that now builders will need consent of 51 per cent of ...and more »

Sadabhau Khot under fire, CM Fadnavis defends him - The Asian Age

Mumbai: The opposition in the Assembly on Monday took up a complaint of misbehaviour alleged by a woman against minister of state Sadabhau Khot, but without naming him. However, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis came to his colleague's defense and ...and more »

CM announces inquiry against housing minister Prakash Mehta - Mumbai Mirror

Irregularities alleged in SRA project; Fadnavis claims he had stopped the file. CM Devendra Fadnavis on Monday announced a detailed inquiry into a slum redevelopment project in Tardeo for which Housing Minister Prakash Mehta faces allegations of ...and more »