Developing Wayside Amenities on National Highways
Travellers on National Highways often face lack of structured wayside amenities like clean toilets, hygienic restaurants, vehicle repair shops, ATM, Medical Facilities etc. With India’s tremendous plan of Highways and connectivity improving day by day, even when facilities are available, they are not for all users, i.e. car, bus & truck passengers all require different facilities, which causes inconvenience and also results in inefficiency amongst drivers & insufficient rest and lack of attention amongst drivers and passengers alike.
- NH 2 – Gurgaon, Varanasi, Ranchi
- NH 8 – Rewari, Kherwara, Umargaon
- NH 4 – Belgaum, Kohlapur
- NH 5 – Behrampur, Chennai,
- NH 6 – Kolaghat, Nagpur, Hazira
- NH 7 – Bangalore, Chandrapur
- NH 9 – Bellary, Sastapur
- NH 11 – Jaipur, Bharatpur
- NH 3 – Kalghat, Indore
- NH 13 – Hospet
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Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) is a particular form of contracting arrangement used in some industries where the EPC Contractor is made responsible for all the activities from design, procurement, construction, to commissioning and handover of the project to the End-User or Owner.
- Competitive sourcing & procurement
- Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Analysis
- Comprehensive vendor research
- Value EPC Solutions
- Innovative construction management using modularization
- E- Labour management
Why choose Affordable Housing?
A well-constructed home in a planned development with adequate sanitation, security, privacy, play areas for children, and uninterrupted water & electricity supply holds significant aspirational value for this customer, whose current living conditions are likely to be compromised. Good connectivity to places of work in urban centres and the presence of social infrastructure such as schools and hospitals etc.
What defines affordabilty?
In India affordability in housing as being a function of three broad parameters
- The monthly household income (MHI) of prospective buyers
- The size of the dwelling unit and the affordability of the home buyer (the ratio of the price of the home to annual income OR
- The ratio of EMI to monthly income *
Why is affordable Housing Necessary? Affordable housing schemes will automatically relieve the built environment of some stress put on the natural resources, infrastructure and life and limb of inhabitants. We thereby see affordable housing as the core element to sustainable development And a step towards a developed india.
Government Initiatives on Affordable Housing? The government has allowed 100 percent exemption on income tax and service tax for construction of affordable housing upto 30 sq m in the four metro cities, and upto 60 sq mtrs for other cities. In addition to that, first time home owners are allowed an additional Rs 50,000 as deduction under section 24(b) for housing loans upto Rs 35 lakhs, where the home value does not exceed Rs 50 lakhs. Both these measures will spur budget housing and will help in increasing supply in peripheral areas of cities.