696 buildings in city declared dangerous, 23 razed, residents yet to vacate 546.
Officials point out the errant firms can move court if not paid for the repairs.
On Monday, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials and 127 policemen entered the municipal-owned BIT chawls to tell tenants to vacate building numbers 14, 15, and 16.
“We have written to the FDA since the matter is under their jurisdiction. Ice is considered part of the food category,” said Idzes Kundan, additional municipal commissioner.
The court also told the state government to place on record the norms laid down by the central government with regard to the NICU beds which require to be provided per hospital.
Further, of the 58 works for upgradation of drainage systems to improve how fast rainwater recedes, only 26 have been completed so far while 29 works are in progress.
The officials were suspended by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) after the civic body took strong action in the nullah-cleaning (desilting) scam and filed a case against seven contractors.
After the revised calculations, work on 135 roads, out of a total 376 which the BMC had intended to complete before the monsoon, has been postponed.
49.16 hectares area marked as CBD, entry tax collected to full potential.
The official added that these buffer zones will be all across the city’s open spaces that can used for walks besides environmental maintenance.
It has 186 hectares for solid waste management activities, including three major dumpyards.
As per the draft DP, the total demand for provision of open spaces in 2034 is 5,116 hectares, while the total provision is 3,525 hectares area marked as public open spaces that includes existing and the proposed reservations on the plots.
The non-marking of the heritage monuments, structures, and precincts on the city’s new development plan draft had led to some apprehensions that the public feedback won’t be mandatory before modifying the heritage list.
In revised DP, planners project stake will go down from current 31 per cent to 20 per cent by 2034.
The Maharashtra government has appointed the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) as the nodal agency for the rendering and implementation of the Metro line.