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Can the public sector fulfill Delhi’s housing needs?

Most housing units being constructed by public sector agencies will be sold at market price and allotted through a draw of lots. Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) housing schemes have all along been a big draw for people wanting to buy property at affordable rates in the Capital. This week, there were reports of Delhi Metro Read more…

Realty to Buck Brexit

By Vinod Behl Unlike the Lehman crisis of 2008, Indian real estate, though in a slowdown mode , is well prepared to bear any shocks, arising out of Brexit. With healthy foreign exchange reserves and lowering fiscal deficit, India is better placed than other emerging economies, with Indian rupee being relatively better performing currency among Read more…

Why Smart City status eluded Gurgaon

Vinod BehlThat Gurgaon, the numero uno city of Haryana and NCR, has been denied the place of honour even in the second list of smart cities released by the Union Urban Development Ministry has not come as a surprise to many. Gurgaon’s non-inclusion is, however, an embarrassment to the Haryana Government which globally presents it Read more…

Two Years of Modi Government : Reforms Put Realty on Sustained Growth Path

By Vinod Behl Modi government’s philosophy that beleaguered real estate should grow on the strength of economy and not on largesse or quick fix solutions is reflected in the reform- driven two year-term of the government that has reformed and regulated real estate sector, putting it firmly on the path of long- term sustained growth. Read more…

A Smart City Opportunity called Delhi

  “The best way to predict the future is to design it”! This quote is so apt when we look at the potential of developing Outer Delhi as India’s first Greenfield Smart city. It’s a real possibility, as Delhi as all the qualifications required to be developed Smartly. Yes, I am the Member of Parliament Read more…

Suit Boot aur Land acquisition

  Before we get deeper into the subject of this debate versus the reality of development economics, let us look at two instances, both quoted widely by the anti-LARR Bill lobby. Owing to the Narmada Dam Project, the Gujarat state in Western India has increased the total cultivable land by approximately 37 lakh hectares, over Read more…

Realty Regulator – Paving Way For Fair Deals

By Vinod Behl The proposed Real Estate Regulator cleared by the Indian Parliament and aided by reforms, will empower and protect property buyers and investors, paving the way for more organised, fair, credible and transparent property transactions, thereby making real estate- investor- friendly. A recent survey by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, dubbed real estate Read more…

Brief history of Farmhouses in Delhi

There never existed a policy for the organised development of the Farmhouses in Delhi. Most existing farmhouses mushroomed over the past four decades. There is a policy now, which not just recognises Farmhouses as a separate product category, but also offers a framework for organised development.  In the 1960s, Delhi was still a largely agrarian Read more…

 

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