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  • Mumbai’s mill land amendment: Maharashtra govt’s move

    11/7/2017· Mumbai had 56 textile mills that occupied a staggering 600 acres of land and employed more than 2.5 lakh workers. The textile mills were the lifeline of the city till the 1982 strike following a

  • Vanishing mill lands Frontline

    22/9/2005· Better known as the "one-third formula", DCR-58 allowed mill owners to carve up the entire mill land into three parts. They could then sell one-third and give one part to the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai to create open spaces and the third to the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) for providing affordable housing to the families of mill workers who lost their

  • GiranMumbai / MillMumbai Revisiting the Mill Lands of

    of Greater Mumbai (DCR), as framed in Section 58 of the DCR (1991). The mill land had been leased out to entrepreneurs at rock bottom rates in order to start textile mills. It was leased on condition that it could not be sold or developed for other purposes. The DC regulations of 1991 "for revival / permitted the sale and development of mill lands, rehabilitation of potentially viable sick and

  • STORY OF A STRIKE Economic and Political Weekly

    Faced with opposition from textile workers to the sale of land as a prelude to closing down mills, the Maharashtra chief minister announces that he proposes to amend the DCR further to provide a quarter share each instead of a third, with workers being the new beneficiary. However, he also proposes that the owners receive higher floor space index (FSI) on this land.

  • All for the builder Frontline

    In 2001, the Vilasrao Deshmukh government, using a loophole in the Maharashtra Town and Planning Act, 1966, amended DCR 58 to DCR 58 (I), which stated: "Only land that is vacant on mill properties, that is, with no built-up structure, would be divided by the one-third formula." This was a bonanza for mill owners who now had to part with only a minuscule percentage of the land. However, little

  • D.C. Regulations Mumbai- Modification Notifications

    Whereas the Development Control Regulations for Greater Mumbai, 1991 (hereinafter referred to as “the said Regulations”) have been sanctioned by the Government in the Urban Development Department, under Section 31(1) of the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966 (hereinafter referred to as “the said Act”) vide Notification No. DCR 1090/RDP/UD-11 dated 20 th February, 1991 so

  • Draft DCR 2034 Suggestion and Objection w.r.t Mill Land

    Only 7.5 % of the amenity space proposed to MHADA for housing purpose for Mill workers. Various concessions provided u/s 33(10) and appendix IV is deleted. As provisioned in the Regulation No. 58 of present DCR 30 to 33% of amenity space shall be reserved for MHADA for providing affordable housing to the Mill workers.

  • Mumbai Matters: DCR58 Part IV Mill maange more

    “Aamhi aamchya haathana Mumbai saari vikli” (From an HT article dated 17th August 2005, extract produced below) "PADMASHRI SHAHIR Sable, balladeer and singer extraordinaire, is 83 years old. The son of a mill worker and a mill worker himself for a couple of years, Sable's early and later ballads are a mirror of what has happened to Girangaon (mill land) in the last four decades. His

  • dcr mumbai for mill workers ME Mining Machinery

    A cement mill is the equipment that used to grind the hard, nodular clinker from the cement kiln into the fine grey dcr mumbai for mill workers Introduction Mumbai's revised DCR to The changes in the DCR hastened the closure of textile mills, which subsequently resulted in the retrenchment of more than 90,000 workers a vast majority of whom were Marathi speakers

  • SC ruling on NTC mill land DNA India

    8/3/2006· Despite mandatory nature of DCR 58 (7) none of the sanctioned plans provide for any housing for the mill workers/occupants. (iv) MCGM has not ensured surrendering of lands for "open spaces" and "public housing" as per amended DCR 58, although any construction could commence only after physical surrender of lands as "open

  • Mumbai’s mill land amendment: Maharashtra govt’s

    Mumbai had 56 textile mills that occupied a staggering 600 acres of land and employed more than 2.5 lakh workers. The textile mills were the lifeline of the city till the 1982 strike following a

  • In Maharashtra, it is time to to talk about marginalised

    Despite provisions for mill workers’ housing in the 2001 DCR, mill owners managed to keep 85% of the land — leaving a tiny proportion for civic amenities and low-cost housing. This is in

  • Maharashtra govt moves to use more of Mumbai’s mill

    Mumbai city news: The state’s urban development department has issued a notification to amend the controversial Development Control Regulations (DCR) 58 pertaining to development of mill lands

  • STORY OF A STRIKE Economic and Political Weekly

    Faced with opposition from textile workers to the sale of land as a prelude to closing down mills, the Maharashtra chief minister announces that he proposes to amend the DCR further to provide a quarter share each instead of a third, with workers being the new beneficiary. However, he also proposes that the owners receive higher floor space index (FSI) on this land.

  • D.C. Regulations Mumbai- Modification Notifications

    Whereas the Development Control Regulations for Greater Mumbai, 1991 (hereinafter referred to as “the said Regulations”) have been sanctioned by the Government in the Urban Development Department, under Section 31(1) of the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966 (hereinafter referred to as “the said Act”) vide Notification No. DCR 1090/RDP/UD-11 dated 20 th February, 1991 so

  • Draft DCR 2034 Suggestion and Objection w.r.t Mill

    Only 7.5 % of the amenity space proposed to MHADA for housing purpose for Mill workers. Various concessions provided u/s 33(10) and appendix IV is deleted. As provisioned in the Regulation No. 58 of present DCR 30 to 33% of amenity space shall be reserved for MHADA for providing affordable housing to the Mill workers.

  • Mumbai Matters: DCR58 Part IV Mill maange more

    “Aamhi aamchya haathana Mumbai saari vikli” (From an HT article dated 17th August 2005, extract produced below) "PADMASHRI SHAHIR Sable, balladeer and singer extraordinaire, is 83 years old. The son of a mill worker and a mill worker himself for a couple of years, Sable's early and later ballads are a mirror of what has happened to Girangaon (mill land) in the last four decades. His

  • SC ruling on NTC mill land DNA India

    8/3/2006· Despite mandatory nature of DCR 58 (7) none of the sanctioned plans provide for any housing for the mill workers/occupants. (iv) MCGM has not ensured surrendering of lands for "open spaces" and "public housing" as per amended DCR 58, although any construction could commence only after physical surrender of lands as "open

  • Mumbai Mill Land Re-Development Accommodation

    1/8/2009· Mumbai Mill Land Re-Development. Student Projects August 1, 2009. Spread the Information. Mumbai is having 437.71 sq.kms of land . Total land available or occupied is 68.71 sq.kms in the city, 210.34 sq.kms, in suburbs and 158066 sq.kms for extended suburbs. With density of population just above 45000 per sq.kms, the mega city has vast area of land to reduce the density. At

  • THESIS "ADAPTIVE REUSE- REVITALISATION OF

    28/5/2014· The mill owners did not update the machinery in the Mumbai Mills to keep up with the changing trends and the low skilled workers were also comfortable with this policy. During the same period the fuel prices and costs of raw material increased. Reservation policies and adverse taxation discouraged the mill owners from investing more in the industry. By 1980’s it became uneconomical to