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Naredco in News

  • 3 cr housing units will transform rural and urban housing landscape

    The Ministry of Housing and  Urban affairs has called upon the real estate sector to gear up for upcomming challenges until 2029, focusing on innovative solutions like rain harvesting and solar power pathways, announced additional Secretary, D. Thara.

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  • Builders must provide for rain harvesting, solar energy to make housing societies sustainable: Govt

    Asserting the need to decentralise the water and energy production system, Housing and Urban Affairs Additional Secretary D Thara on Friday asked real estate developers to change the way they build housing projects and make them self-sustainable. Speaking at the 3rd convention of realtors body Naredco's women wing 'NAREDCO Mahi' on Friday, she asked real estate developers to make provisions of rainwater harvesting compulsory in their projects and also add playing area for children. 

  • Builders should make arrangements for rain harvesting, solar energy to make housing societies sustainable: Government

    Emphasizing the need to decentralize the water and energy generation system, Additional Secretary, Housing and Urban Affairs D Thara on Friday asked real estate developers to change the way they build housing projects and make them self-reliant. Speaking at the third convention of 'NAREDCO Mahi', the women's wing of real estate companies' body NAREDCO, on Friday, she asked real estate developers to make provisions for rainwater harvesting mandatory in their projects and also add playgrounds for children.

  • Decentralized Water And Energy Production: A New Era For Real Estate

    Housing and Urban Affairs Additional Secretary D Thara underscored the imperative for decentralizing water and energy production during her address at the NAREDCO Mahi convention. Speaking to real estate developers, Thara advocated for self-sustainable housing models, emphasizing the necessity of integrating rainwater harvesting and solar-powered pathways into new projects.

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  • From Grassroots to Greatness: Empowering Rural Women

    Padma Shri Phoolbasan Bai Yadav epitomizes grassroots leadership and women’s empowerment. Emerging from humble beginnings, she overcame formidable socio-economic challenges to become a catalyst for social change in her community. Yadav embarked on her journey in 2001 by founding the self-help group (SHG) network, Maa Bamleshwari Janhitkari Samiti, now a beacon of hope and progress for rural women.

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  • 3 crore housing units will transform rural and urban housing landscape

    New Delhi [India], Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has called upon the real estate sector to be prepared for the upcoming housing challenges by 2029 with a focus on innovative solutions like rain harvesting and solar powered routes, additional Secretary D Thara announced. Speaking at the 3rd NAREDCO Mahi Convention, he stressed the need for industry players to adopt new practices and prioritize sustainability in their housing projects, according to a press release.

  • Real Estate Sector Needs to Gear Up for New Housing Challenges Until 2029, With Rain Harvesting as a Core Element for Housing Projects: HUA Additional Secretary

    Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, D Thara, on Friday asked the real estate industry to completely gear up to meet housing-related challenges for the next five years by revisiting their old practices and preparing to invest in rain harvesting and creating play spaces for children in their housing complexes. Additionally, she emphasized provisioning for cool pathways powered by solar energy.

  • Green buildings market in India to reach $39 billion by 2025

    The smart homes market in India is projected to grow by 9.14% from 2024 to 2028, reaching a market volume of USD 9.2 billion. This growth is attributed to the increasing integration of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in homes, which enhance security, energy efficiency, and convenience 

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  • India’s Smart Homes Mkt to Grow by 9.14% by 2028; Green Buildings Mkt to Reach $39 Bn by 2025: NAREDCO Resurgent Study

    The Smart Homes Market in India is projected to grow by 9.14% from 2024 to 2028, reaching a market volume of USD 9.2 billion. This growth is attributed to the increasing integration of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in homes, which enhance security, energy efficiency, and convenience. Startups specializing in smart home solutions are expected to see substantial growth during this period.

  • Repeal of Article 370 Spurs Rs 81,000 Crore Investment Proposals in J&K: Dr Hina

    With the Introduction of New Industrial Development scheme and post abrogation of article 370, the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir has received Investment proposal worth Rs 81 thousand Crore, disclosed Chairperson J&K Khadi & Village industry Board Dr. Hina Shafi Bhat. Without giving the breakup of the Rs 81 thousand crores of investment proposals Dr. Bhat, however, added that J&K had received private investments to the tune of Rs 14000 crore only since independence.