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  • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

    Navi Mumbai airport may drill a bigger hole in your pocket



    If you were miffed by the high airport development fee charged at the New Delhi airport, here’s another bit of bad news: The user development fee at the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport is likely to be as high as Rs 4,500 per ticket as delays in execution have inflated the project cost significantly, reports the Economic Times.
    The airport, proposed at Ulve in Navi Mumbai, is expected to handle passenger capacity of 25 lakh and reduce the burden on Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, which handles 600 flights everyday.
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    The fist phase of the airport was expected to be operational by the end of 2014. Reuters

    Various experts have already stated time and again that inordinate delays in land acquisition, securing clearances and cost escalations could delay the take-off of the proposed airport by at least two tears. The fist phase of the airport was expected to be operational by the end of 2014.
    The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) has claimed the delay due to negotiations over the fair market price for the required land for the airport may increase the cost of land acquisition to $1 billion by 2018 , reported DNA in September 2012.
    And it is precisely this reason that the project is likely to be operational only by 2017-18 even though the existing airport is touted to reach its optimum capacity of 40 million passengers by 2014.
    However, here too the crux of the problem is land and political considerations. Although the project received environmental clearance way back in November 2010, it has been stuck due to land acquisition problems and compensation issues.
    Even the farmers who own the land know real estate here is a gold mine. This is because the locals are certain that portions of the land being acquired under the project will be used for other projects too.
    While they stand to lose 450 hectares for the project, they want at least 35-40 percent returned as developed land against the state government’s proposal of 12.5 percent or up to 15 percent developed land, plus monetary compensation of Rs 10 lakh a hectare.
    In December Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar had announced that the project affected persons will get four times the compensation that had been offered to them post the approval of the land acquisition bill in the Lok Sabha. However, now that the Bill has been deferred until the Budget Session, Cido, the nodal agency for implementing the project, will get ample time to speed up land acquisition before the bill becomes a law and inflates cost further.
    But if the package is still not approved before the Budget Sessions, the rehabilitation cost to Rs 20,000 crore post the Bill’s clearance. According to this Indian Express report, CIDCO needs to shift around 3,000 families from 10 hamlets to acquire 424 hectares. The previous estimates pegged the rehab cost at Rs 1800-2000 crore. The new law is likely to increase it to Rs 20,000 crore .
    And naturally, it’s not the state government but the common man who will have to bear this additional burden.

    Already the government’s move to charge an Airport Development Fee of Rs 200 for domestic passengers and Rs 1,200 for international ones did not go down well with people in NCR. After major protest, the ADF was halved in both instances rather than scrapped since the developer had overshot the original cost estimates and needed recovery for the gap in funding.
    According to the ET report, the Navi Mumbai airport costs have been escalating by around 10 percent every year, which is why bringing down this high UDF of Rs 4,500 will be a tough task for the government.
    . The fist phase of the airport was expected to be operational by the end of 2014.
    Last edited January 26 2013, 10:55 PM.

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    • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

      Govt to gift Ambani SEZ with separate policy????




      Govt to gift Ambani SEZ with separate policy - Mumbai - DNA


      The state government has decided to come up with the separate policy for the Mukesh Ambani’s special economic zone (SEZ) located at Ulwe, Navi Mumbai. “The government has decided to frame a separate policy for Ambani which will be declared shortly,” Bhushan Gagrani, CEO Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), told DNA.
      Chief minister Prithviraj Chavan and industrial minister Narayan Rane had revealed a new industrial policy on January 2 which allows corporate firms to use 40% of their total area of SEZ for the construction and sale of houses and commercial shops. Under this, 35,000 acres of land will be eligible for the construction of houses across the state. The policy however will not be applicable for the Ambani owned SEZ in Navi Mumbai.
      According to sources, Mukesh Ambani, his close aid Anand Jain and Reliance Industries, owns nearly 7,500 acres of land acquired under SEZ across the state. In Navi Mumbai and Raigad, Ambani has got almost 3,500 acres of land which is close to proposed Mumbai Trans Harbour Sea Link (MTHL) and Navi Mumbai international airport. “The current property rate in localities near the Ambani SEZ is between Rs3,000- Rs5,000 per sqft. The government may open 40% of the land for the housing and commercial purpose,” said real estate experts from Navi Mumbai. “Government is testing the mood of the people with this new industrial policy. If there is not much opposition then they may allow Ambani to use 50-60% of land for construction of houses. The reasons given will be scarcity of houses and a need to ease skyrocketing housing prices,” revealed senior government officials, on the condition of anonymity.
      Ulka Mahajan, the anti-SEZ activist is not surprised with the government’s decision to create a separate policy for Ambani. “While acquiring the land, the government had given him extension thrice. “During last extension, he had crossed the deadline still he was allowed to acquire the land by extending deadline in 2008. Even, initially, his SEZ website was named as the Ambani Desh. So, it is obvious that there should be separate for policy for him and his separate Desh,” she said.
      “Government may tweak the policy and change the rules for Ambani, but the locals will not sell themselves to Ambani,” Mahajan said.

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      • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

        Dear all
        Great thread and fantastic people.

        I'm looking for 3 BHK apartment in panvel area. My budget is approx 1 Crore.
        Zeroing on Indiabulls, Hiranandani or kalptaru.

        Any information / suggestion will be highly appreciated.

        Thanks in advance
        Regards

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        • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

          Originally posted by bh2000 View Post
          Dear all
          Great thread and fantastic people.

          I'm looking for 3 BHK apartment in panvel area. My budget is approx 1 Crore.
          Zeroing on Indiabulls, Hiranandani or kalptaru.

          Any information / suggestion will be highly appreciated.

          Thanks in advance
          Regards
          Hi bh
          Plz see all issues of all developers quoted by you.

          Also read these points mentioned below. before u commit some property.
          Taken FROM NET just to Guide u.

          VERIFY before closing the deal following facts .

          1 Do an honest-to-goodness reality check. Will your resources allow you to maintain a monthly amortization? Look into your source of income, whether you can afford to pay equity and the monthly installments.
          “We have seen many cases of overseas workers who bought presenting properties but could no longer maintain the monthly amortization even before the house and lot or condominium was turned over because their contracts abroad were not renewed,”

          2 Check if the broker/agent is registered with the MUMBAI DEVELOPERS and especially ensure that the property being eyed has not been sold to other buyers.

          3 Make sure that the developer has a License to Sell for the particular project. Ask the seller or broker/agent of the developer if the project is registered and has a license to sell issued by BMC/NMM

          This can be verified in the website BANM - Builders Association of NaviMumbai - Home

          4 Personally visit the site, where the house and lot or condo unit to be purchased is located. Check if the materials of the house or condo unit conform with the development standards and approved construction specifications submitted to NORMS

          5 If the project has a License to Sell, you may already enter into a contract to sell with the owner/developer. However, there are things which must be checked before signing the contract:
          • The date of completion of the project as indicated in the License to Sell;
          • If the property can be rentable

          • The facilities and amenities represented in the advertisement flyers/brochures are in accordance with the approved subdivision and condominium plan on file with NORMS

          • Don’t sign any blank form of the CTS.
          • Read thoroughly all the contents of the CTS, especially the terms and conditions in fine print.
          • Secure a copy of the CTS and all other documents that you signed.
          • Make sure that the CTS would be registered by the owner/developer to the Register of Deeds.
          • Pay directly to the owner/developer or the marketing agent authorized by said owner/developer;
          • Ask official receipts on all payments for your file.
          hope this suffice u at the moment.
          savvy_v
          Last edited January 27 2013, 02:30 PM.

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          • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

            Thaks savvy
            Thats why I am going for reputed builder. Hirco is good but my budget is around 1 crore for a 3 BHK. ( dont know why hirco launched 2400, carpet area 3 BHK ). As you rightly said, don't want to overstretched myself. Indiabulls is another option. What do you say ?

            Originally posted by savvy_v View Post
            Hi bh
            Plz see all issues of all developers quoted by you.

            Also read these points mentioned below. before u commit some property.
            Taken FROM NET just to Guide u.

            VERIFY before closing the deal following facts .

            1 Do an honest-to-goodness reality check. Will your resources allow you to maintain a monthly amortization? Look into your source of income, whether you can afford to pay equity and the monthly installments.
            “We have seen many cases of overseas workers who bought presenting properties but could no longer maintain the monthly amortization even before the house and lot or condominium was turned over because their contracts abroad were not renewed,”

            2 Check if the broker/agent is registered with the MUMBAI DEVELOPERS and especially ensure that the property being eyed has not been sold to other buyers.

            3 Make sure that the developer has a License to Sell for the particular project. Ask the seller or broker/agent of the developer if the project is registered and has a license to sell issued by BMC/NMM

            This can be verified in the website BANM - Builders Association of NaviMumbai - Home

            4 Personally visit the site, where the house and lot or condo unit to be purchased is located. Check if the materials of the house or condo unit conform with the development standards and approved construction specifications submitted to NORMS

            5 If the project has a License to Sell, you may already enter into a contract to sell with the owner/developer. However, there are things which must be checked before signing the contract:
            • The date of completion of the project as indicated in the License to Sell;
            • If the property can be rentable

            • The facilities and amenities represented in the advertisement flyers/brochures are in accordance with the approved subdivision and condominium plan on file with NORMS

            • Don’t sign any blank form of the CTS.
            • Read thoroughly all the contents of the CTS, especially the terms and conditions in fine print.
            • Secure a copy of the CTS and all other documents that you signed.
            • Make sure that the CTS would be registered by the owner/developer to the Register of Deeds.
            • Pay directly to the owner/developer or the marketing agent authorized by said owner/developer;
            • Ask official receipts on all payments for your file.
            hope this suffice u at the moment.
            savvy_v

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            • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

              addendum - 2400 is the saleable area... carpet area around 1650

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              • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

                Originally posted by bh2000 View Post
                addendum - 2400 is the saleable area... carpet area around 1650
                Frankly Speaking over a period of time if u compare india Bull to HIRCO,
                its comparing like MARUTI with BMW.

                Which one u will prefer.
                I would spend more to get more facilities,As a end user I am happy with HIRCO
                EQUATION lies like that.
                But repenting after booking in IB will be a great loss if u genuinely like HIRCO.....
                This decision is tough to take ,but is good in long terms which i suppose now in my case..

                I would suggest you to contact HIRCO directly rather through BROKER. because BROKERS will confuse u MORE...
                HIRCO Build & develop Cities,& their neighborhood Not only flats...
                regards,
                Savvy_v

                DISCLAIMER: By claiming my view in this forum on teh said Builder , i have not directly or indirectly availed any hidden benefits from the company I have quoted .
                Last edited January 28 2013, 08:43 PM.

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                • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

                  Rates are almost same with ib and hirco....hirco the best bet on long term .....

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                  • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

                    Originally posted by savvy_v View Post
                    AIR PORT NEWS; SAD NEWS{ GETTING DELAYED}.
                    Yet another clearance needed for Navi Mumbai airport - Hindustan Times

                    Yet another clearance needed for Navi Mumbai airport

                    As per Supreme Court orders, any project within a 10-km radius of a protected area requires clearance from the wildlife board. The Navi Mumbai airport is located 9.5km from the Karnala Bird Sanctuary. The city and industrial development corporation (CIDCO), in the Navi Mumbai airport environment impact assessment report, had incorrectly stated that the project was outside the 10-km radius of a protected area. The state forest department pointed out this incorrect information in March last year after which CIDCO approached the wildlife board.
                    The state wildlife board made four crucial recommendations while forwarding the proposal. The members have asked for a provision of Rs2 crore a year for 10 years to conserve protected areas around the airport and Rs400 crore for environment protection.
                    "We have also asked for the appointment of an additional principal conservator of forests on the environment monitoring committee of the Navi Mumbai airport project and also recommended that mitigation and project impact studies be carried out during the project work and after it is operational," said SWH Naqvi, principal chief conservator of forests (wildlife), Maharashtra.
                    According to the on-going Avian Fauna study of the 10-km radius of the Navi Mumbai airport site by Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), the area is home to 213 bird species.
                    "Various projects coming up around the Karnala bird sanctuary would definitely have an impact on the ecology of birds," said Sujit Narwade, scientist, BNHS and author of the Avian Fauna study
                    Navi Mumbai airport project received environmental clearance in November 2010, but it is yet to receive clearance under the Forest Conservation Act, 1980 to clear 108.50 hectares of mangroves.


                    savvy_v


                    NOT really. Please read this.

                    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/18190297.cms

                    MUMBAI: The Karnala sanctuary birds may not be a hindrance to flying machines that will operate from the proposed Navi Mumbai airport. The state forest department has reportedly recommended to the national wildlife board that the 1-km periphery of the 12-square km sanctuary be declared eco-sensitive.

                    The recommendation is reported to be enough to ensure clearance to the airport in Panvel. The area of the futuristic Navi Mumbai airport falls 9.5 km from the sanctuary's border. The airport has already received environmental clearance with riders such as management of mangroves, natural sources of water and birds.


                    --B

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                    • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

                      [QUOTE=bkhote;710327]NOT really. Please read this.

                      http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/18190297.cms

                      MUMBAI:
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                      The Karnala sanctuary birds may not be a hindrance to flying  machines that will operate from the proposed Navi Mumbai airport.
                      WONDERFUL NEWS

                      Dear BKHOTE

                      बी खोटे जी ,
                      तुम्ही खरंच अगदी खरी आणि गोड बातमि दिलीत. धन्यवाद..


                      Some facts Interesing seen on NET want to share our VIEWER FORUM FRIENDS.
                      BIRDING TRAILS : KARNALA - URAN ROAD - NAVI MUMBAI TALAWE - 5th JUNE 2010

                      U can view more details on; http://aggressiveopinions..com/2010/...road-navi.html

                      These 2-3 Birding sites can be combined for a good Long Birding Morning. Unfortunately because of widespread destruction at URAN, the same cannot be recommended as a standalone site anymore.

                      (The best Birding site in Karnala is just next to Rest Houses (Some Birds are kept in Cages here) at the Entrance of the Sanctuary. There are benches placed overlooking the forest. Atleast 45 Mins should be spent here. I would recommend taking 2-3 trails which branches out from this site where Cages are kept. One should not climb the hill or go deep in the trail just be in circumference of this Main Site (Cages).

                      Trip report ;List of birds observed ,
                      1. Little Cormorant
                      2. Indian Pond-heron
                      3. Eastern Cattle Egret
                      4. Great Egret
                      5. Intermediate Egret
                      6. Little Egret
                      7. Eurasian Spoonbill
                      8. Lesser Flamingo
                      9. Lesser Whistling-duck
                      10. Indian Spot-billed Duck
                      11. Black Kite
                      12. Crested Serpent-eagle
                      13. White-eyed Buzzard
                      14. Purple Swamphen
                      15. Black-winged Stilt
                      16. Red-wattled Lapwing
                      17. Rock Pigeon
                      18. Greater Coucal
                      19. Brown-headed Barbet
                      20. House Crow
                      21. Large billed Crow
                      22. Common Myna
                      23. Paddyfield Pipit
                      24. Common Iora
                      25. Common Woodshrike
                      26. Black-hooded Oriole
                      27. Black Drongo
                      28. Ashy Drongo
                      29. Greater Racket-tailed Drongo
                      30. Ashy Prinia
                      31. Plain Prinia
                      32. Red-whiskered Bulbul
                      33. Common Tailorbird
                      34. Oriental Magpie-Robin
                      35. White-rumped Shama
                      36. Indian Black Robin (Indian Robin)
                      37. Indian Pitta


                      savvy_v
                      Last edited January 30 2013, 02:09 PM.

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