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Choosing The Cement
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-02-02 City : Chennai

Different types are available with advancement in research, development and technology, writes PROF. A.R. SANTHA KUMAR.

There is a variety of cement available for the builder. The types of cement in India have increased over the years with the advancement in research, development, and technology. In order to get best performance correct cement type should be used based on the type of structure and the location where it is used in the structure.

Major types of cement:

The details of major types of cement produced in the country are given below:...

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Consumer Forum Raps Builder
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-01-12 City : Chennai

The dream of having a shelter occasionally does come with its own drawbacks. For innumerable are the complaints from those who went by promises of the builders, paid the money, waited for completion of an apartment and moved in only to realize their dreams going awry due to defects facing from there.

It was the issue that had come up before the A.P. State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission which delivered a judgement that is sure to make the builders more careful in their services.

Three persons, Abdul Ghani, George Jacob and Abdul Rab, who had bought flats at Humayunnagar, petitioned that not only the builder failed in delivering the flats in promised time but there were other deficiencies such as less area than what they had paid for. Also, case was made on car parking space and supply of water, bore well, generator and sewerage. The judgement was delivered by the Commission comprising its president Justice D. Appa Rao and members M. Shreesha and G. Bhoopathi Reddy wherein the builder was directed to clear all old dues within six weeks and also produce a No Dues Certificate....

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Credai To Launch Property Fair
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2007-12-22 City : Chennai

Confederation of Real Estate Developer’s Associations of India (CREDAI) Tamil Nadu, will conduct FAIRPRO, a property fair, at the Chennai Trade Centre from January 18 to 20, 2008. As many as 48 top-notch builders will display around 200 properties that are coming up in OMR, GST Road, Sri Perumbudur along with 4-5 properties in Chennai city.

Akshaya Homes Managing Director and CREDAI TN Chapter Secretary, T.Chitty Babu said “there is no concept of readily available flats in real estate. People have to wait for at least 12- 18 months. In a way, they are also happy as they have choice to plan. People living in 1 BHK are moving to 2 BHK flats.”

Harshad Doshi, Chairman, Doshi Housing said “middle class people can still buy properties in the range of Rs 25-40 lakh. However they have to travel some extra kilo- metre. The concept of 1 BHK is likely to make a come back soon as everyone can’t afford to spend upwards of Rs 50 lakh to buy a flat in the city....

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Demand Continues To Drive Growth In Coimbatore
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-09-20 City : Chennai

In a city known for its performance in the textiles and engineering sectors, expectation of the Information Technology sector taking off in a big way led to a spurt in activity in the real estate sector about four years ago. Houses, shopping malls and infrastructure were all planned on a large scale to meet the expected demand.

Developers and investors started streaming from other cities and countries too to start projects here. Apartments are springing up, and the city is growing vertically and horizontally. Constructions worth Rs. 2,000 crore to Rs. 2,500 crore are happening in the city annually in both public and private projects. “It will grow further,” says G. Srinivasan, chairman of the Coimbatore Centre of the Builders’ Association of India. Other property developers too feel buoyant about the market and they say the demand will continue. “Though we relied heavily on IT taking off in a big way here, it is yet to happen. However, the other sectors, especially, engineering, is giving impetus to the growth,” says Omkar V. Sankar, secretary of the Coimbatore Property Developers’ Association. A number of buyers from the nearby towns of Erode and Tirupur are also keen on purchasing property here. With a general slowdown in the economy, there may be some who are postponing their property purchase. But, the city continues to have its demand for more houses and commercial space, they say.

Roughly, works start for about 150 projects annually now. And, the developers have a “cautious optimism”. The approval process takes a long time in Coimbatore and that is a matter of concern. Nearly 40 per cent of the population in Coimbatore is either employees or labour force. The city certainly needs more houses and commercial space. But the focus should also be on low-budget housing to cater to this segment, adds Mr. Srinivasan. ...

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Disposal Of Plastic Is Actually A Myth
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2008-01-26 City : Chennai

Plastic defies any kind of progressive attempt at disposal. The solution should be saying ‘no’ to plastics

The next time we do shopping and carry home our purchase in a cute, comfy plastic carry-bag, think: we are contributing to a deadly pollution wherein the ill-effects are irreversible and capable of reaching out to our future generations!

Statistics reveal that daily use plastics like PET bottles, polythene carry bags and HDPE grain sacks account for nearly 20 per cent of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in our country!...

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