The Indian property is a growing region and is an improvement to the is an impending marketplace. Being the fourth major municipal city of India, Chennai residences district offices of a lot of foremost corporate dwellings. It places in the middle of the trade capitals of the nation.
Chennaiâ€™s real estate drifts have witnessed steady increases through the organizations of a multitude of IT/I.T.E.S and BPO firms, which have created a superfluity of facility, chances and enlargement visions for the residents. This has brought about a noteworthy augment in the property order. By reason of the varying standard of livings of the citizens as an effect of abrupt expansions introduced by the increasing urbanization, a substantial grow in the real estate graphs has been evidenced. The property division provides to the terrain necessities for a gigantic heap of populace.
Realty in Chennai and territory rates is reasonably cheaper than the trend pursued in other metropolitan cities caused by the accessibility of superior and apt territories of unoperated territory. Having a cosmic shoreline, the Chennai city locates at a beneficial pose as measured up to the other metro cities of India By way of a profitable investment scale, sophisticated infrastructure, academic talented personnel, sound English language abilities ornamental the wide-ranging increasing surroundings, Chennai is quickly budding as impending objectives for investors and purchasers transversely the planet.
The city is also going on to fetching a major manufacturing center for electrical and electronic industries over and above for auto sections.
Chennai property presents a surprising inflow of property builders and developers attributable to the growing commercial picture on top of reasonable cost of breathing.
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More areas to come under Chennai Corporation
CHENNAI: The area under the Chennai Corporation limits is set to expand by over two times, with the State government issuing an order for merger of several neighbouring local bodies with it. It would be 426 sq km after the merger as against 174 sq km now.
Seven municipalities, three town panchayats and 13 panchayat unions in Tiruvallur district and two municipalities, five town panchayats and 12 panchayat unions in Kancheepuram district would merge with the Corporation, according to the government order. The G.O. said that the elected representatives of the local bodies would continue in their posts until 2011 when the next elections would be held. The decision on formation of two new corporations — Chennai-Avadi and Chennai-Tambaram — would be taken later, the government order said.
As regards Chennai Corporation, the formation of new wards in the merged entities would be based on the population. The 155 wards currently in the Chennai Corporation would also be redrawn on this basis.
The Chennai Corporation Commissioner has been given the power to delineate the wards, zones and reclassify existing wards. If need be, he can designate an Officer on Special Duty. A report pertaining to the delineation and reclassification must be submitted to the government within six months.
The municipalities that would be part of the expanded Chennai Corporation are Kathivakkam, Tiruvottiyur, Manali, Madhavaram, Ambattur, Maduravoyal, Valasaravakkam, Alandur and Ullagaram-Puzhudhivakkam.
The town panchayats are Chinna Sekkadu, Puzhal, Porur, Nandambakkam, Meenambakkam, Perungudi, Pallikaranai and Sholinganallur.
The panchayat unions identified are Edayanchavady, Sadayankuppam, Kattapakkam, Theeyampakkam, Mathur, Vada Perumbakkam, Surapet, Kathirvedu, Puthagaram, Nolambur, Karambakkam, Nerkundram, Ramapuram, Mugaliwakkam, Manapakkam, Kottivakkam, Palavakkam, Neelankarai, Injambakkam, Karapakkam, Okkiam Thoraipakkam, Madipakkam, Jaladampet, Semmanchery and Uthandi.
The GO said that the expansion of the Corporation limits was necessitated as the neighbouring local bodies were unable to develop infrastructure in tune with the growth of population.
News Extract by Anu