One of the challenges facing the Dharavi reconstruction project is finding temporary homes

The Dharavi Redevelopment Project, which has over 700,000 people and aims to reconstruct Asia’s largest slum, is facing a new challenge: finding temporary accommodation for displaced families while work is underway. In order to transfer inhabitants, 334 tenements have been sought by the government-affiliated Dharavi Redevelopment Project Pvt Ltd (DRPPL), with Adani Realty serving as the primary developer. But finding temporary accommodation makes acquiring land much more difficult.

Initially, the proposal asked different government entities for 1,255 acres. Only the railroads have transferred 27.5 acres so far; other agencies are still being acquired for the remaining acreage. The project timeframe may be further impacted by this delay in acquiring the whole property area. In order to find existing Dharavi buildings that may be converted into temporary housing, DRPPL has contacted government organisations including the Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority (MHADA) and the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SPPL).

Source – Prop News Time

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