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Mumbai: Soon, if building fails to complete redevpt project in 3 years, NOC to be cancelled | Mumbai News

Mumbai: The long pending proposal by the elected representatives of the island city is set to be approved in the next cabinet meeting. Bhanushali Bhawan At the fort last week. This proposal prepared by a committee of eight legislators is awaiting the approval of Prithviraj Chavan’s cabinet. Maharashtra Chief Minister. Housing Minister Jitendra Awadh Said that the resolution will be passed in the next cabinet meeting.

Some recommendations include the automatic cancellation of a NOC given to a developer if it fails to complete the project within three years.

The landowner will be given an opportunity of six months to complete the project and tenants another six months.

If they fail to do so, the project will be handled by MHADA, which will appoint a contractor to complete it.

MHADA Vice President Milind Mhaiskar said that there are 500-1,000 dangerous buildings in Dongri, Bhuleshwar and Mohammad Ali Road, which need to be redeveloped on priority.

He said that this recommendation would allow MHADA to acquire buildings around the dangerous building Standalone redevelopment Impossible. “It will help us take cluster redevelopment,” he said.

The island city has an estimated 12,500 closed buildings that need to be redeveloped. Mayiskar said the buildings along Marine Drive and Malabar Hill are in better condition and do not need immediate redevelopment.

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