The demand of introduction of unified development control rules has been asked by CREDAI Nashik. The association said the unified DCPR will get delayed by another six months if it is not introduced right before the state assembly elections are announced.
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) Nashik on Tuesday asked the state government to introduce unified DCPR (Development Control and Promotion Regulation) before the code of conduct of the state assembly elections come into effect.
The association said the unified DCPR will get delayed by another six months if it is not introduced right before the state assembly elections are announced.
It also added that the delay in introducing the unified DCPR may affect the growth of real estate sector particularly of Nashik.
The demand from CREDAI comes ahead of chief minister Devendra Fadnavis’s Mahajanadesh Yatra.
According to CREDAI Nashik, city’s real estate sector has already been affected and is in trouble. Hence, it wants the state government to introduce the new unified DCPR for the state at the earliest.
“The state government approved city’s DCPR in February 2017, but the developers were disappointed as it was incomplete. It did not even include solutions over cupboard issue. There were several defects in the DCPR and it took around one-and-a-half years to make necessary corrections in the DCPR,” Umesh Wankhede, CREDAI Nashik chairman, said.
Now, the state government has planned uniform DCPR for across all municipal corporations excluding Mumbai.
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