Mahad tragedy: Immediate policy and action is needed for thousands of dilapidated building in Mumbai, Say, Harrish Jain, Vice-president, Brihan Mumbai Developers Association (BDA)
Provisions for the same are in place in DCPR 2034. However due to misinterpretations and non implementing of the same has held up the redevelopment, hence request to state government for immediate intervention Said, Harrish Jain, Vice-president, BrihanMumbai Developers Association (BDA)
The Brihanmumbai Developers Association (BDA) is created out of a Movement. It is more of movement than association. In a matter of 12 months, more than 500 developers mainly into redevelopment have joined the movement. Borivali Developers Association was born out of exactly such a need in the year 2019. A small group of five developers primarily involved in redevelopment projects in Borivali, initiated the idea of such an organisation. However, in a very short span of time the idea caught the imagination of developers across the city involved in redevelopment and therefore the organization was renamed and registered as Brihanmumbai Developers Association (BDA) so as to represent all its members who joined the movement from across the city of Mumbai.
At BDA we realize that when we do quality redevelopment projects, we not only contribute to the economy of the nation, but also bring about a huge change in the lifestyles and aspirations of the existing slum dwellers, tenants or society members whose buildings we redevelop. It is therefore about time that our social and economic contribution is recognized by the authorities and due support is provided to ease out the difficulties faced by the industry.