Jushakar At present, there is a shortage of Rs crore in funds given to the Board. Irrespective of its category, the redevelopment of 15, odd cessed buildings will now be a viable proposition for Developers. We have suggested and the proposal is in the final draft too that every tenant be given sq ft home minimum buuldings redevelopment. Repair work is mostly carried out in the dangerous part of the building by either demolishing the part or giving additional support to it buildimgs propping.
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Source: PTI In the run-up to civic polls in Mumbai, the Maharashtra government led by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday introduced a new cess for construction projects involving the redevelopment of dilapidated tenanted buildings in the suburbs.
Questions are being raised in the construction sector over the proposal to levy a development cess. But Fadnavis did not approve the cap. Some questions are also being raised over the condition mandating 70 per cent consent from tenants. Government officials, on the other hand, argued that the norm existed even in the case of cessed structures.
Incidentally, Mehta had demanded that rules for the roles and responsibilities of the tenants, landlords, and the developers be formulated as part of the policy.
The housing department had also proposed time bound implementation of the redevelopment and had even proposed action against tenants found guilty of delaying it.
On the lines of redevelopment in the island city, the redevelopment will be admissible on the entire plot area or the gross plot area. The government has clarified that the incentive FSI policy will only be applicable for tenanted buildings that have been declared unsafe or unfit to live in by the municipal corporation.
A government survey has revealed that about out of 10, tenanted buildings in the suburbs are in decrepit condition. Replicating the cessed redevelopment model, Fadnavis has ruled that the residential tenants will have to be provided a minimum square feet tenement free of cost in the rehabilitated building. His government has also capped the free rehabilitation component for a tenant to maximum square feet, beyond which construction cost on the surplus area will be payable.
The government has ruled that such redevelopment projects would have to be completed within five years. Click here to join our channel indianexpress and stay updated with the latest headlines For all the latest India News , download Indian Express App.
MHADA to amend laws to expedite redevelopment of cessed buildings
Share Representational image. The MHADA has proposed to the state government to bring a new law on redevelopment and under the new law, it has been proposed that if owners of the cessed buildings are not interested or are creating obstacles in the path of redevelopment, then the ownership of the building will be transferred to a cooperative society of tenants and through it, the redevelopment process will be carried out. The proposed law also says that if the cooperative housing society of tenants also fails to carry out the redevelopment, then MHADA will take over the project and carry it forward. Cessed buildings are those buildings which are protected under Rent Control Act, and the rents in these are frozen at the level of After which, owners of these buildings have lost interest in repairs and maintenance, so the state government in the seventies handed over the responsibility of repairs and maintenance to the MHADA.
Devp body releases list of cessed buildings
Source: PTI In the run-up to civic polls in Mumbai, the Maharashtra government led by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday introduced a new cess for construction projects involving the redevelopment of dilapidated tenanted buildings in the suburbs. Questions are being raised in the construction sector over the proposal to levy a development cess. But Fadnavis did not approve the cap. Some questions are also being raised over the condition mandating 70 per cent consent from tenants. Government officials, on the other hand, argued that the norm existed even in the case of cessed structures.
Mumbai Building Repairs & Reconstruction Board (MBRRB)
This story is from November 21, Mumbai: 50, families stuck in cessed buildings as redevelopment stalls Nauzer Bharucha TNN Nov 21, , IST Some of the cessed buildings that have made way for highrises in Girgaum MUMBAI: Information compiled by Mhada shows 2, redevelopment projects involving cessed properties in the island city were issued no-objection certificates NOCs over the years but only of them were completed. Mhada cancelled the NOCs in 46 cases, comprising buildings and 2, tenants. Another 51, families living in cessed properties are stuck as their redevelopment projects have failed to take off. Builders were offered virtually unlimited floor space index FSI to redevelop old tenanted properties. FSI is the ratio that determines how much floor space can be consumed by buildings, resulting in highest densities and tallest buildings.
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