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Dharavi Redevelopment Project: Maharashtra plans to increase sizes of free houses to be given to legal residents

The government has decided to give houses with a minimum carpet area of 405 square feet to chawl and building residents of Dharavi, as against the earlier 350 square foot, which is exactly what the government is offering slum dwellers.

Polls looming, Congress bastion of Dharavi gets an ITI

Draft development plan for the Dharavi Redevelopment Project has been awaiting state govt nod for long.

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Dharavi project: State likely to hand over four sectors to private developers

New proposal for Dharavi Redevelopment Project is ready and government intends to inviting bids from private builders.

Dharavi redevelopment project: Hurdles slow down progress

The construction of first building, 18 floors, is awaiting permission from Ministry of Civil Aviation to its proposed height.

Flop bids & 2 yrs later,govt moves again on Dharavi redevelopment project

We are looking to float tenders as soon as possible.

'Dharavi project bhoomi poojan will be done before next election'

Congress MLA from Dharavi and Minister for Women and Child Development Varsha Gaikwad talks about the obstacles that are holding back the ambitious but much-delayed Dharavi redevelopment project and the road ahead. Gaikwad also talks about the recently finalised state policy for women and the new elements that the state has tried to incorporate in this vital document.

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It’s now divide and redevelop Dharavi

To address concerns raised by residents and expedite the Dharavi Redevelopment Project (DRP),the state government is considering dividing the slum into ‘sub-sectors’ or ‘clusters’ defined by natural boundaries.

‘Slumdwellers not eligible for rehab can hamper plan’

The Bombay High Court has paved the way for the Maharashtra Housing and Development Authority to carry out redevelopment of Dharavi Sector 5,but the state government would have to struggle to find a way of evicting 63 per cent slumdwellers who have been found ineligible for rehabilitation under the ambitious Dharavi Redevelopment Project.

Dharavi redevelopment plan runs into fresh roadblocks

Project allocated only Rs 45 crore,work can only be carried out on 0.3 hectares.

Dharavi: Govt issues detailed notification

The state government has issued the notification that paves the way for Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority or any other public authority to take up the ambitious and much-delayed redevelopment of one or more of the five sectors of Dharavi.

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