MHADA DEVELOPMENT

The Maharashtra Housing & Area Development Authority (MHADA) was established by the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Act, 1976. It came into existence on 5 December 1977. The erstwhile Mumbai Housing and Area Development Board was restructured by a Government Resolution dated 5.11.1992 and split into three separate Boards viz. Mumbai Housing and Area Development Board, Mumbai Building Repairs and Reconstruction Board and Mumbai Slum Improvement Board Under the Government Resolution No. 2679/B, dated 22.7.1992.

At present MHADA is coordinating and controlling the activities of seven regional housing boards, setup for each revenue division in the state viz. MumbaiKonkanPuneNashikNagpurAmravati and two special purpose boards viz. Mumbai Building Repairs and Reconstruction Board and Mumbai Slum Improvement Board. In Mumbai, it has constructed about 3 lakh housing units.

Zizer seeks to be the platform for Developers to take up issues primarily related to Re-Development projects in Mumbai, whether it is redevelopment of Slums, MHADA colonies, Tenanted buildings or private Societies.

 At present MHADA is coordinating and controlling the activities of seven regional housing boards, setup for each revenue division in the state viz. Mumbai, Konkan, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Amravati, Aurangabad and two special purpose boards viz. Mumbai Building Repairs and Reconstruction Board and Mumbai Slum Improvement Board. In Mumbai, it has constructed about 3 lakh housing units.