MYSORE: Despite state government's lackadaisical approach towards property developments, Mysore, the tier-II city is showing upward trend and increased demand for luxurious houses and apartments from the people.
For better prospect of Mysore, CREDAI members also demanded the government to immediately come out with revised Comprehensive Development Plan(CDP) which is pending since 2010.
CREDAI members claim on this score was authenticated with the rush of visitors to two day Mysore Property expo being organized jointly by CREDAI and Times Property here at Hotel Regalis. Especially the show received good number of visitors and inquires from the prospective buyers.
When Siddaramaiah became chief minister of the state, many thought that Mysore will see a sea change in various sectors, but even after a year and half of his tenure, nothing seems to have changed on the reality front. The infrastructure across the city is of great concern, even during dasara, surprisingly many roads were full of potholes.
After Bangalore where it has reached a saturation, people are looking for Mysore as an alternative place to leave feel the leaders in property development . To preserve agricultural land, members of CREDAI said that more emphasis should be given on vertical growth of Mysore and come out with more high rise buildings than individual houses which would also help the farmers retain their lands for agriculture purpose.