Housing policy most likely to be introduced by next month – Maharashtra State Housing Minister

Housing policy most likely to be introduced by next month – Maharashtra State Housing Minister

Housing policy most likely to be introduced by next month – Maharashtra State Housing Minister

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Maharashtra’s new housing policy, according to Maharashtra’s minister of housing Atul Save, will be introduced before the state budget at the end of the following month.

After taking into account the recommendations from all parties involved, the minister claimed that nearly 90% of the new policy’s draft work had been finished. Its main goals would be to provide housing for all, with a particular emphasis on accessible housing, single-window systems, and ease of conducting business.

It was instructed to all housing sector stakeholders to provide feedback on the policy. According to Save, the government is eager to improve the housing policy by pushing for affordable housing through SRA (Slum Rehabilitation Authority) or MHADA (Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority) schemes.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently handed over 15,024 houses in the Solapur district to economically weaker groups as part of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Urban’s (PMAY-U) largest affordable housing project. It would involve the construction of 833 buildings having 30,000 flats.

Officials from the housing department stated that numerous proposals for MHADA homes in the state were being received. The emphasis would be on adding numerous more projects to these programs.

According to an official, the state’s new housing policy should include more housing from the private sector as well as through various state and federal government initiatives.

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