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The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) is planning to undertake the Dharavi Slum Redevelopment project in Sector 5, Mumbai, India.
The project involves the refurbishment of the 225ha slum colony into a modern township. It includes the construction of 59,000 new houses, educational institutions and hospitals, commercial facility and other related facilities.
M. M. Project Consultants Pvt. Ltd has been appointed as the Project Management Consultants (PMC), Cushman & Wakefield and LEA Associates South Asia Private Ltd as the lead consultants.
Mashal has undertaken the biometric survey.
In 2012, BG Shirke Construction Technology Pvt Ltd appointed as a construction contractor.
In February 2013, construction work commenced for the first building however, it was delayed due to clearances and encroachments.
In March 2015, MHADA has come up with a proposal to develop project in Sectors 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 through private developers without the consent of local residents. sector one has a lot of peculiarities, three sectors (2, 3 and 4), have been divided into 10 sub-clusters with about 5,500 slum families in each.
In May 2017, MHADA is in process reviewing options for re-initiating tender process to develop the project in clusters due failure in attracting bidders in 2016.
The project involves the refurbishment of the 225ha slum colony into a planned modern township in Mumbai, India.
The US$4,472 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 59,000 new houses
2. Construction of facilities such as educational institutions and hospitals
3. Construction of commercial facility
4. Construction of residential houses
5. Construction of related infrastructural facilities