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MEET THE CHALLENGE AS TIMES PROPERTY CELEBRATES ITS 14TH ANNIVERSARY, MENKA SHIVDASANI REFLECTS ON WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO MAKE MUMBAI A LIVABLE CITY

October 6, 2012

“In a burgeoning megapolis like Mumbai, the residents and city administration are constantly dealing with the gap in urban infrastructure,” says Manoj John – VP: Corporate Planning & Strategy, RNA Corp. “Roads are always crowded, water and electricity are in short supply, public transport is stretched to the seams, air quality i

s appalling and garbage is overflowing…not a pretty picture for the most expensive real estate proposition in India. While citizens clamour for more fund allocation from government and conscientious spending on development plans, many action groups in the form of ALMS, corporate sponsors, NGOs and real estate developers are contributing towards improvement in their capacity.” RNA Corp has adopted principles of Responsible Living in its new residential project RNA VIVA at Mira Road; among other things, the project provides for fly ash bricks, low-VOC paints and vermi-compost units, in addition to a green cover of about 50,000 sq. ft.
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