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Paper Title: Self-redevelopment & Its Anatomy- Case study on a residential property and its impact on stakeholders
Authors Name: Aditya Pramod Chavan , Dr Priti Pandey
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2208144
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 8, August-2022
Abstract: A very large percentage of Mumbai's population lives in slums, which account for about 9% of the city's territory. On a socio-spatial basis, this stark inequity reigns supreme. Except for a few initiatives, the inability of government-sponsored market solutions to address the affordable housing crisis (such as the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna) is seen across Mumbai. This study will investigate some of the lesser-known cases of communities mobilizing as a result of market failures, to become housing providers in Mumbai. Self-Redevelopment is a newly introduced scheme which is a social innovation in and of itself, involving communities getting together, registering as a cooperative housing association, acquiring land, and being at the forefront. Emphasizing on the existence and participation of numerous stakeholders—such as the State, private players, non-governmental organizations, activists, academicians, and, of course, the users—without whom this community-led execution will be impossible. It can be believed that reconstruction, and upgradation can only be successful if users are included in the decision-making process. The main agenda of this research paper is to interact with stakeholders involved in this self-redevelopment process and evaluate the possible route to introduce developers or Project Management Companies (PMCs) with additional services to be a part of this process and increase the reach in the real estate domain.
Keywords: Self redevelopment, Stakeholders, Reconstruction, Community, Affordable Housing.
Cite Article: "Self-redevelopment & Its Anatomy- Case study on a residential property and its impact on stakeholders", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.831 - 839, August-2022, Available :
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Country: Badlapur, Maharashtra, India
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