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Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

Last updated: May 25 2019
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  • #31

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    Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

    Water quality

    Can anyone provide an idea about water quality around this area or Rajarhat in general? Of course, no one expects municipal water line in such remote area!!!

    I hope the ground / boring water in these areas is not as bad as Christopher Road or Topsia.

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    • #32

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      Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

      One thing which I always doubt while making an investment which is very long term is that if that area is not habitable for next 10 yrs or so how do you make the returns work?
      As on one hand you continue to spend annual maintenance costs, club charges, other costs every year and by the time the area actually develops I.e. 10 yrs, your property may not give you that price appreciation whicha new construction can give at that point in time?

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      • #33

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        Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

        abhishekjhab - very insightful...makes sense to me...In kolkata, too much futuristic location has many challenges.

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        • #34

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          Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

          <P>
          Originally posted by ElliotRoad1 View Post
          Can anyone provide an idea about water quality around this area or Rajarhat in general? Of course, no one expects municipal water line in such remote area!!!</P><P> </P><P>I hope the ground / boring water in these areas is not as bad as Christopher Road or Topsia.
          </P><P> </P><P>The water of Rajarhat has high iron contents. All resident must have proper water treatment option, else it will be a nightmare.</P><P> </P>

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          • #35

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            Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

            Originally posted by abhishekjhab View Post
            One thing which I always doubt while making an investment which is very long term is that if that area is not habitable for next 10 yrs or so how do you make the returns work?
            As on one hand you continue to spend annual maintenance costs, club charges, other costs every year and by the time the area actually develops I.e. 10 yrs, your property may not give you that price appreciation whicha new construction can give at that point in time?
            Yes, that is a very valid point. Completely agree Abhishek. Look at Rajarhat, for last 10 years it has been under development but still we have huge skyscrapers waiting to be occupied.

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            • #36

              #36

              Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

              Have decided to drop this project, not submitting application

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              • #37

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                Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

                Originally posted by sandipRC View Post
                <P></P><P> </P><P>The water of Rajarhat has high iron contents. All resident must have proper water treatment option, else it will be a nightmare.</P><P> </P>
                It's a concern but not a major problem. Must of the complex has its own water treatment plant. And it's not so costly.

                We are installing at our own cost in a stand alone building.

                Iron water is common around kolkata.
                Last edited January 9 2016, 10:49 PM. Reason: Text formatting.

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                • #38

                  #38

                  Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

                  Considering the distance : at least 7KM from Unitech, and road+development to that extent is very uncertain , its a tough decision to convince myself, am thinking of giving this a pass.

                  Anyone, interested in taking the form I have bought, pls contact me.

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                  • #39

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                    Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

                    Sanhita - application form

                    Have decided to drop out. Anyone interested to apply, let me know. I have a spare application form.

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                    • #40

                      #40

                      Re : Sanhita Satuli by Simco Infrastructure in Rajarhat, Kolkata

                      Thank you friends for the details discussion about this project.

                      I am not much optimistic on the return of this investment and decided not to proceed further so have not submitted the application form. Waiting for some better project..

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