All efforts would be done to develop the Real Estate sector
Chief Minister inaugurates CREDAI conference in Agra
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav has said that the state government was committed to providing cost effective and easy housing. He added that flat system has become very popular in todays world owing to rapid urbanization and said that builders and real estate developers should hence follow code of conduct and ensure that strict quality guidelines and ensure that cost effective houses are provided to the common man.
The Chief Minister was today speaking at the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) conference in Agra. Mr. Yadav said our cities were expanding and the need of more houses is also increasing for which all efforts would be done to develop the real estate sector. He also pointed out that in a bid to find solution to the problem of housing, the state government had implemented the State Urban Policy 2014.
To find solutions to the problems being faced by the real estate developers, the Chief Minister informed, on lines of Udyog Bandhu, Awas Bandhu was being strengthened. Pointing out that the housing sector was an integral part of the economic development and is crucial in giving impetus to the economy, the Chief Minister further said that housing was a basic right of everyone and hence availability of houses was a must.
Mr. Akhilesh Yadav also pointed out that linking of all district headquarters by four lanes was being implemented and that to cut down on road mishaps, soon the highways would be manned by highway police. Saying that the state was undertaking many developmental projects, he also pointed out how farmers whose land was being acquired for the Agra-Lucknow Expressway were not being put to inconvenience. The Chief Minister underlined that the state government was taking care of both urban and rural areas, he added that four big ‘mandi’s’ would be established on the Agra-Lucknow Expressway so that farmers engaged in Milk, Fruits, Vegetables, Grains and Potato are benefited. Adding that farmers progress will also benefit the state, Mr. Yadav further said that if investment was coming to India, UP will not be far behind as it has roads, hospitals, other development works and infrastructure facilities in its favour. Besides, work on Metro Rail has begun on Ghaziabad, Noida and Lucknow.
At the conference, CREDAI Chairman Mr. SK Garg also put forth his views. The Chief Minister awarded the Real Estate organization office bearers. Also present on the occasion were ministers of the state government, legislators, public representatives, officials of the district administration, office bearers and the members of CREDAI.