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New-policy-to-rope-in-Maharashtra's-private-builders-for-affordable-housing-
Sep 19, 2015
MUMBAI: The state government will soon come up with a new policy that will make it mandatory for private builders to transfer a certain housing stock to Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA).
Maharashtra-govt-plans-to-start-'housing-fund'
May 05, 2015
Mumbai: In a bid to make homes more affordable for people in Maharashtra, the state government is planning to start a 'housing fund'
For its casual attitude, Mhada directed to pay Rs 25,000 as adjournment costs by green tribunal
Dec 02, 2014
MUMBAI: The National Green Tribunal slammed the state Housing Board for mechanically adopting a stand taken by a private developer in its affidavit in an environmental clearance dispute
DB Realty inks pact with ABIL for Bandra East MIG project
Nov 15, 2014
Mumbai: Real estate player DB Realty Limited signed a joint development agreement with Pune based-Avinash Bhosale Group (ABIL) for Bandra East MIG project
Landlord, tenants, Mhada can share cessed buildings' repair cost: Bombay HC
Nov 08, 2014
MUMBAI: Landlord, tenants, Mhada can share cessed buildings' repair cost: Bombay HC
Bombay high court appoints Adarsh panel judge to probe CM quota flats scam
Oct 10, 2014
Bombay high court appointed one man inquiry commission to probe into the allotments of flats under the chief minister's discretionary quota
Mhada directed to pay buyer Rs 50,000 for substandard flat
Oct 01, 2014
Bringing the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) under the ambit of the Consumer Protection Act, a consumer forum recently reprimanded the authority for providing substandard homes after a buyer complained about leakages
Widows of soldiers duped of MHADA houses, Mumbai police to investigate
Mar 10, 2014
MUMBAI: Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) has asked Mumbai Police to investigate a case of thirteen widows of Indian Army soldiers allegedly duped of low-cost houses in Mumbai they are supposed to have won in a lottery.
Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority acquires 60 acres for low-cost homes
Mar 09, 2014
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) is on a spree to acquire land around Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad and Nagpur to build low-cost housing. A total of 60 acres has been acquired and it would house 6,000 tenements, said Mhada vice-president Satish Gavai at a press meet on Monday.

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