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Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

Last updated: July 11 2017
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  • Re : Palace Garden, Hirco Group, Panvel, Mumbai

    Originally posted by realebuyer View Post
    I have said this before as well.....this company has no relations with Niranjan Hiranandani.....HIRCO might be using his name to sell their stuff as they do not have anything to show on ground......

    I doubt if "H" in HIRCO still stands for "Hirandandani"...nowhere on there site they mention full form of HIRCO ...may be it was part of Hiranandani initially but no more...

    I am look to Savvy for comment ..

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

      Originally posted by savvy_v View Post
      CRIS I am beside you in VENUS....
      Lets see u in 2017 in 3oth floor with
      Hope so if no more obstacles....

      Savvy_v
      I will be on the 22nd floor looking up to you...up till now there are no issues and what ever there are is not of any ones issue, the 1 st phase is doing fine..and also the office building are coming up middle of next year there would be great and good news for one and all .....stay invested

      Issue of land grab has nothing to do with us...we are concerned of the space allotted and delivered to us ....period
      Last edited February 14 2013, 01:46 AM.

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

        Originally posted by Chrisindia View Post
        I will be on the 22nd floor looking up to you...up till now there are no issues and what ever there are is not of any ones issue, the 1 st phase is doing fine..and also the office building are coming up middle of next year there would be great and good news for one and all .....stay invested

        Issue of land grab has nothing to do with us...we are concerned of the space allotted and delivered to us ....period
        Hey, Great,
        If I am not wrong u r in Selene right.
        Great.... Wanna it will be fun to have BBQ on terrace, or on greenery side ....
        DREAMING IS ALL FINE....



        savvy_v

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

          Originally posted by malkotia View Post
          I doubt if "H" in HIRCO still stands for "Hirandandani"...nowhere on there site they mention full form of HIRCO ...may be it was part of Hiranandani initially but no more...

          I am look to Savvy for comment ..
          Dear MALKOTIA
          READ MORE ON HIRCO DETAILS on
          http://www.hircoplc.com/pdfs/Interim...2012-final.pdf

          & On their Offical website;
          Hirco - Leadership Through Quality Communities

          Hiranandani Palace Gardens - HPG Panvel - Mumbai



          savvy_v

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

            Realty firm in dock for ‘grabbing’ forest land
            HIRCO, which is developing a township in Panvel, has been booked under the Indian Forest Act for encroaching on one acre of forest land
            Yogesh.Sadhwani @timesgroup.com


            The state forest department has initiated a criminal case against UK-listed real estate major HIRCO for allegedly encroaching on forest land in Panvel. The company is developing an integrated township in the area, where authorities say it has begun illegal construction on a piece of forest land measuring one acre.
            The alleged land grab was discovered when officials from the department’s Panvel range carried out a surprise inspection at HIRCO’s township, Hiranandani Palace Gardens, a name derived from the firm’s former association with city’s leading developer Hiranandani Group.
            “HIRCO has acquired over 200 acres for their project. When we went to the site, we found that they had cordoned off the entire area, including forest land,” said a senior forest official. “Construction work was in full swing on the protected land.”
            Authorities, who conducted a surveyoftheentirearea,havechargedthe company and its officials with destroying forest and altering boundaries under sections 33 and 63 of the Indian Forest Act, 1927. Like an investigation agency, the forest department has the powers to initiate criminal inquiries against offenders and even arrest them.
            The one-acre, or 36-guntha, forest land is located between two land parcels acquired by HIRCO for the township, which will include residential and commercial buildings. About 20 gunthas (an Indian measure for area) of the land is under the control of the forest department, while the rest is with the revenue department.
            “The encroached area connects the two land parcels, and the company had begun constructing a bridge there,” the official said. “They had planned to use both forest and revenue land.”
            After the forest department initiated a case against them, HIRCO officials applied for anticipatory bail, thereby avoiding arrests. The government will now move court to oppose their bail pleas. “We are in the process of getting the anticipatory bail rejected, so we can go after the accused. For now, we have freed encroached forest land,” Range Forest Officer Anil Parab told Mirror.
            A spokesperson for HIRCO refused to discuss the case. “The matter is under investigation and we are fully cooperating with authorities,” the official said.


            The alleged land grab was discovered when forest officials carried out a surprise inspection at the site of the company’s planned integrated township in Panvel

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

              Wow...... one acre in 200 acres .... .... sounds m***r. The officials are doing a good job by keeping a tab on things. This land however will not remain forest anymore after all that construction around it. I would call it the reserved green land.

              HIRCO should have taken a permit before hand.

              This happens only in India.

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

                I don't think this Forest Land grab is a big issue unless any of the HIRCO guys are arrested..

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

                  Originally posted by Humour View Post
                  Wow...... one acre in 200 acres .... .... sounds m***r. The officials are doing a good job by keeping a tab on things. This land however will not remain forest anymore after all that construction around it. I would call it the reserved green land.

                  HIRCO should have taken a permit before hand.

                  This happens only in India.

                  Well , I am sure HIRCO, must have been mislead with ONE ACRE BUSINESS.... Soc called forest..
                  I HAVE FEW STRAIGHT QUESTION IF ANYONE CAN ANSWER.

                  1] Why HIRCO shud bother for one acre of forst land , when they have land bank of >250 ACRES. IN & AROUND PANVEL. HPG.
                  2] Is it REAL ESTATE firm must be mis leaded by someone to tarnish the IMAGE of HIRCO.
                  3] Is there a possibility of this NEWS must be totally FALSE only?

                  I feel possibility can be number 2.



                  In any business there is Rivalry. so we cant see through narrow angle.

                  & as far as Me concerned a Investor & end user, I don't think one acre land is anything to do with my flat.
                  Off course. HIRCO must have been keen to see all files of LAND PAPERS before they teh land acquisition & build phase-1.

                  REALACRE, BHUSHAN, CRIS.....whats ur take
                  savvy_v

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

                    Did u guys ask your RM's/Sales person regarding this news?

                    What was their response?

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

                      Mr savvy_v sorry for the language but builders are like hungry dogs so even 1 acre matters to them ... They die for one square feet and here we are talking about 1 acre which is not small by the way.. I will only answer your question number 1 .. Also it was possible that this land fell somewhere inbetween their construction and they had to enroach it .. And please dont make 1 acre small sound because its not .. 1 acre = 43000 sq feet approx and you are experienced you know what all can be done on such a large land !!!

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