Read the survey numbers mentioned here very carefully. If you are on a house hunt, make sure you carry this page with you and do not buy a flat — if you want it to be legal, that is — on a plot bearing any of these survey numbers. For the first time ever since the forest land issue recently broke out, the survey numbers have been made exclusively available to DNA.

Mumbai collector Vishwas Patil maintained, “We have equipped the sub-registrar’s office with survey numbers which guide people on whether their plots fall on forest land or not.” The collector’s office has been emphasising people to thoroughly scrutinize the papers instead of depending on private agents or sales managers.
Residents, on their part, want the government to identify housing complexes on private forest land. That, the government feels, will be an onerous task. Instead, the legality of the building can be ascertained with the help of survey numbers.
Forest and environment secretary JP Dange said, “Everybody will have to strictly adhere to the high court orders which has ruled construction on forest land illegal. It is better that people approach the collector’s office to ascertain the facts before booking their flats.”
After the March 24 ruling, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has served notices to developers to suspend construction on private forest land. It has also made it clear that anyone found violating
the norms could invite contempt of court. But the process of buying and selling in forest land is continuing as both brokers and sub-registrar office in suburbs often overlook the area names which are not mentioned in the surveys.

Nahur
88, 151-A, 147, 146, 91, 155,
149, 156
Mulund
250, 255, 249, 244, 245, 251, 229, 227, 243, 232, 228,235, 236, 355, 233, 238, 239, 252,254, 380
Klerabad
54, 57
Gundgaon
120, 124, 188
Sai
13, 19, 163, 175
Malad
239/1
Poisar
42/a, 46, 43, 44, 45, 51, 52,
38, 41, 42, 56
Dahisar
345/3
Magathane
345/a
Borivili
345/b, 34 b
Kanheri
147, 146, 12, 13, 14
Ghodbunder
216, 216/1, 216/2
Kashi
61, 61/1, 61/2, 66, 66/1, 66/3, 66/4, 66/5, 68, 68/1, 68/2, 101, 101/1, 103, 103/1, 103/2, 103/3, 103/4, 103/5
Kavesar
170, 154, 142, 158, 129,
147, 245, 141
Kolshet
146, 282, 155, 147
Majiwade
254, 260, 421, 314,
318, 321
Mira
66, 63, 69/8, 83
Yeoor
49, 50, 51/B, 52, 53, 56, 4, 4/2, 4/3, 4/4, 4/6, 4/7, 4/9, 99, 97, 63, 42/1, 20, 41, 23/4, 38/A
Pachpakdi
160, 160/1, 160/3, 160/4, 160/5, 160/2, 374/pt, 374/1, 374/2, 374/3, 374/4, 265, 423, 423/1, 423/2, 423/3, 430, 432, 373, 373/5, 373/1, 373/2, 373/3, 373/4, 163, 163/1, 163/2, 163/4, 163/5, 275, 275/1, 275/2, 275/3, 275/4, 275/5
Manpada
59/1, 57/1, 57/2
Mandale
36
Mahul
20, 19, 18, 21, 17, 23, 22, 26, 28,
27, 15, 63, 36
Source: Collector’s office
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  • very good info
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  • Excellent Information!!
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  • Thank you for alerting us.
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  • since the original post is more than 2 yrs old, it wud b interesting to know how many of these land parcels have construction on them now and how many of these survey #'s r now "legalized"
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  • this survey number what he has mention still under radar
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  • wow..what an Excellent info and thanks for extra effort to update all.
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