Saturday, June 21, 2014

Mantri Premero Multistorey Apartments for sale Located at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 2BHK and 3BHK Apartments.

Mantri Premero Multistorey Apartments Area Range on Request Located at  Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 2BHK Apartments and 3BHK Apartments.

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Description:

Perfect homes for members of the corporate echelon who value perfection above all else.

Situated on Sarjapura Road, in a fast developing locality of Bangalore city, Mantri Premero is in close proximity to prominent IT and outsourcing hubs. Despite its location in the Silicon Valley of India, it is so designed that the carpet area and aesthetics of the homes within are not compromised in the race for commercialization.

A state-of-the-art gymnasium, well-designed swimming pool and ultra-modern internal amenities enable its residents to unwind after a challenging day at work.

This IGBC certified Platinum rating green building complex offers apartments configured as 2 BHK, 2 BHK + study and 3 BHK, designed with innovative concepts that are testimony to the fusion of versatile design engineering and thoughtful planning.

Amenities:

    Vitrified tiles flooring in bedroom & kitchen
    Branded CP & sanitary ware / fitting
    Granite kitchen platform with branded sink
    Ceramic tiles in toilets
    Laminated flush doors
    Video door phone with intercom facility
    High quality electrical fittings
    High speed elevator

EXTERNAL AMENITIES

    Gymnasium with yoga center
    Swimming pool with paddle pool
    Landscaped garden
    Children's play area
    Steam & jacuzzi
    Snooker & table tennis room
Housing Social responsibility of the Government

Housing  is one of the essential basic needs for a peaceful living  which is still remaining a distant dream for the people of Bangalore. On one side the population of the city is growing fast which has already crossed one crore mark. As such this problem has to be addressed on a war footing by the Government Agencies to provide affordable housing and thus prevent haphazard growth of the city.

But the main government agencies dealing with housing problems i.e., the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) and the Karnataka Housing Board (KHB) are not taking any positive steps to solve this problem since a long time. This has provided ample opportunities to some of the unscrupulous developers who are forming illegal layouts and cheating the public of their hard earned money. This has further lead to the the haphazard, unplanned growth of the city without proper basic amenities like proper roads, parks, schools, etc., The government must take stringent steps to curb this menace  immediately before the situation goes out of control.

The BDA must take immediate steps to form new layouts with provision for basic amenities to meet the growing needs of housing. The present practice of simply forming the layouts without providing civic amenities and making the allottees to wait for several years for facilities may be discontinued. Further, it is suggested that proper rules / guidelines must be framed for development of private layouts in conformity with the BDA layouts.  Special attention is needed in providing necessary infrastructure while forming the layouts itself keeping in view the development of the areas in the next 20 years. Apart from this the BDA may also take initiative in developing full fledged townships on the outskirts with civic amenities and better road and rail connectivity. This will ease the congestion / pressure on the infrastructure in the central business areas. Further, the KHB must take up projects to construct houses with good planning and quality. At present most of the flats constructed by them are remaining unsold because of high price. On the other hand it is suggested they must construct affordable flats / houses to cater to the needs of the middleclass, lower income group and economically weaker sections of society.

The housing needs of the people cannot be fully met by the government agencies like BDA/KHB alone. Hence, the role of the private property developers cannot be overlooked. It would be fair and also necessary in the present situation if the Government encourage private property developers to form layouts. But, it would be better if the government introduces the single window clearance system for approval of layouts formed by them to avoid unnecessary delay in granting approval avoiding bureaucratic bottlenecks which leads to corruption. At the same stringent punishment may be inflicted on the property developers who violate building bye laws, other statutory regulations and cheat the public.
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