Pune : Team Swachh Kalyani Nagar (TSKN) to hold symposium on redevelopment process for residents

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Team Swachh Kalyani Nagar (TSKN) has announced plans to organize a symposium aimed at providing insights into the redevelopment process for residents of Kalyani Nagar.

This initiative comes as the neighborhood prepares for the upcoming metro station and updated Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) regulations, which have made additional Floor Space Index (FSI) available to residents.

“We require expertise in two crucial parameters for the redevelopment in Kalyani Nagar: firstly, the restrictions imposed by the Agha Khan Memorial, a heritage property, and secondly, the additional 4 FSI allowed due to the metro development. Moreover, the width of the road in front and the availability of free space also need to be carefully considered,” stated Rachna Aggarwal, Chairperson of TSKN.

She informed the symposium intends to address the challenges faced by older constructions dating back to the 1980s, which may lack modern amenities such as elevators. However, there exist misconceptions and confusion regarding the feasibility and limitations of redevelopment, making it essential to seek guidance from industry experts.

The event will feature presentations from prominent figures in the redevelopment field, including developers, planners, and legal experts, who will shed light on various aspects of the process. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in a question-and-answer session to clarify any doubts or concerns they may have. Notably, several TSKN members who have actively participated in the redevelopment process within Kalyani Nagar will also share their experiences and knowledge during the symposium.

TSKN emphasizes its neutral stance on the matter and assures that it neither promotes nor opposes the redevelopment process. Additionally, it also affirms that it has no vested interest in promoting any particular developer, builder, or legal expert.

The event will be open to all Kalyani Nagar residents and societies. The event details will be shared soon.