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Maradu apartment demolition: Builder, two ex-officials held over CRZ violation

Legal action against the builders was part of the action plan submitted by the state government before the Supreme Court last month.

Kerala govt begins drive to identify CRZ violations

While ordering demolition of the apartments, the court had directed Kerala Coastal Zone Management Authority (KCZMA) to put on record how many such constructions existed and what course of action it proposed against such violators.

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Kerala govt moves in to demolish Maradu flats near Kochi

Following a direction from the state government, the municipality has directed the State Electricity Board, Kerala Water Authority and public sector gas agencies to cut supply to these complexes within three days.

Order to demolish flats: Responsible for loss of lives, SC slams Kerala

The court sought to know how many more illegal structures had come up in the state’s coastal zones.

Kerala: Tale of two Coastal Regulation Zone violation cases, two SC rulings

Maradu, where the four apartments which the SC ordered to be demolished are located, has been under CRZ III category as per the coastal zone management plan of 1996.

Maradu demolition case: As deadline nears, Kerala CM calls all-party meet

Flat owners’ representative and leader of Save Maradu Homes Shamsudeen Karunagappally said a petition would be moved in the High Court on Monday against the eviction notice.

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Coastal Regulation Zone: How rules for building along coast have evolved

In all CRZ Rules, regulation zone has been defined as the area up to 500 m from the high-tide line. Several kinds of restrictions apply, depending on criteria such as population, ecological sensitivity, distance from shore, etc.

Govt forms new panel, fresh hope for 117 stalled CRZ projects

As per official data, 117 project proposals, including sea-front residences, are waiting to be assessed for a CRZ clearance by the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA).

Pay Rs 95 cr to 1,630 fishermen families: NGT to Port Trust, CIDCO, ONGC

The NGT has ordered the three agencies to pay Rs 50 lakh & bear the restoration cost for environmental damage.

Will file caveats to guard projects from being stuck in court: Prakash Javadekar

Minister says will change CRZ rules, redefine buffer zone in forest areas

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