Maradu

National Green Tribunal registers case against Maradu municipality

Move comes after municipality fails to follow NGT’s directives regarding waste disposal

published on : 28th January 2020

Shifting of Maradu flats' concrete debris in limbo

It has been 10 days since the controversial highrises at Maradu were demolished post a Supreme Court order. However, the shifting of concrete debris from the sites remains in limbo.

published on : 22nd January 2020

Maradu flat demolition is a hard lesson

The demolition of highrises at Maradu will serve as an eye-opener in future for the government, the LSG institutions, builders and also for the prospective buyers.

published on : 20th January 2020

‘Demolition should be the last resort’

Demolition of any construction should be the last resort while considering a case, former High Court Judge K Narayana Kurup said on Saturday.

published on : 19th January 2020

Use of ‘revolving’ sprinklers suggested for enhanced dust control at Maradu

Members of the committee, constituted by the National Green Tribunal, visited the demolition sites of Jains Coral Cove, Alfa Serene, Holy Faith H2O and Golden Kayaloram on Saturday .

published on : 19th January 2020

After Kerala's Maradu demolition, illegal four-storey building in Indore reduced to rubble in few seconds

An IMC official said the owner of the building was issued a notice on January 15, asking him to demolish the illegal structure, built on government land, within two days.

published on : 17th January 2020

Loan recovery sword hangs over evicted Maradu flat owners

Residents, who took loans ranging from C40L to C80L each to buy flats in now-demolished highrises, plan to move court for relaxation in interest rates or principal amount to be paid

published on : 16th January 2020

Maradu demolition: Shifting of concrete debris to start soon

Maradu municipal chairperson T H Nadeera said water was being sprayed on all demolition sites to prevent the dust from spreading.

published on : 16th January 2020

Maradu demolitions: Recovery of Rs 150 crore needed to cover costs

With the Maradu demolitions over, the focus has now shifted to the compensation to be provided the evicted flats owners of the ill-fated apartment complexes. 

published on : 15th January 2020

Plant mangroves and let nature work magic at Maradu: Greens

A total of five acres of land will become available once the debris is removed from the demolition sites. The government has already hinted that KCZMA will take a final call on using the land.

published on : 15th January 2020

Maradu is a small win for this native of Chilavannoor

Antony who believes Maradu is just the beginning. “There are more demolitions to come,” he said.

published on : 14th January 2020

First interim relief for 264 flat owners okayed

However, Alfa Ventures and Holy Faith Builders are yet to pay the compensation.

published on : 14th January 2020

Post Maradu demolition, dust in the eyes and at home

Local residents gherao Maradu chairperson, say municipal officials have not honoured promise to clean houses ‘within two hours’; power supply not restored around Alfa Serene yet

published on : 14th January 2020

Rubble Master to turn Maradu flats' concrete remains to M-sand

The firm has already paid Rs 36.15 lakh to Maradu municipality and is planning to cash in on the hike in sand and cement prices by supplying good quality concrete M-sand.

published on : 14th January 2020

Maradu demolition: It was painful duty, says judge; owners want SC to take builders to task

The bench had set a 138-day deadline for demolition of flats in its order issued on September 27, 2019 and directed to pay Rs 25 lakh interim compensation to each flat owner as compensation.

published on : 14th January 2020
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