SRA News

Free housing: SRA starts survey on slum dwellers to finalise eligibility

Each slum family participating in the survey will get a smartcard with a Quick Response code, akin to a barcode with faster readability and greater storage capacity.

After HC directive, SRA project near airport faces demolition

The project, after construction of the four 11-floor buildings, came to a standstill after the Indian Air Force issued stop-construction notice to the SRA in 2012.


SRA to physically map Mumbai slums

To keep record of all occupants eligible for free rehabilitation.

Private developers to boost mission 11 lakh affordable homes

Navi Mumbai set to get lion’s share of the promised 11 lakh affordable homes in MMR — 7.9 lakh — by 2022.

ACB arrests two for accepting bribe to clear SRA project

The complainant is a private developer engaged in the redevelopment of a slum colony.

Shy of SRA, MbPT pushes own slum rehab scheme

Port Land Development: For 30,000-odd residents of shanties panel prefers something like central govt’s RAY


Dhobi Ghat losing the plot, for a highrise in the bargain

SRA set to clear proposal to redevelop shanties on the plot adjoining the heritage washing area

Official pothole count crosses 6,000

The maximum potholes — 345 — have been registered in the R-Central ward, which covers the areas of Kandivali and Poisar.

Bring all roads in city limits under our purview, civic body urges state

Committee says as roads remain under various agencies, the problem of accountability for bad roads is not dealt with adequately.

Got SRA ‘nod’,will raze Willingdon Colony cottages soon,says builder

Demolition of cottages in Willingdon Colony,Santacruz,is likely to begin after the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) officially lifts its stay on builder Sumer Associates Monday