Bhubaneswar: The urban development authority will relax environment norms to provide speedy clearance to building plans here.

MUMBAI: Bombay high court on Monday directed that a report by a two-member committee appointed to check allegations of ecological damage by developers of Nahar Amrit Shakti township in Chandivli be

KOLKATA: A draft notification issued by ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MoEFCC) to ease green norms for building and construction sector projects has drawn a sharp response from

Bhopal: The State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) has been empowered to act against those violating the environmental norms.

PUNE: Maharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal’s first ever ruling came as a relief to home buyers who have purchased apartments or bungalows in the Lavasa township.

On January 25, the ministry notified an amendment to the environment protection rules making it mandatory for all projects that require clearance to implement dust mitigation measures.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s South City Projects (Kolkata) Ltd. Vs. Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change regarding environmental clearance for building projects, Kolkata, 16/03/2018. NGT disposes of the Applications with the direction to MOEF & CC / SEIAA (whichever is the Competent Authority) to pass appropriate order within a period of six weeks on the issue of environment clearance to the building projects.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday slapped a cost of Rs 5 lakh on real estate developer Mantri Techzone Pvt Ltd for failing to file a compliance report on its orders for maintaining a b

Speaking at a programme - 'Green cities mission: a dialogue on urban sustainability' - CSE executive director Roychowdhury said Saturday the web of interconnected lanes in the densely populated cit

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of S. P. Muthuraman Vs Union of India & Others dated 13/02/2018. M/s SSM Builders and Promoters has moved this Application for direction to refund the amount of Rs. 36 crores deposited by it with TNPCB along with the interest accrued thereupon.

Considering the default and conduct of the project proponent in commencing the construction without obtaining prior Environmental Clearance and the latent damage caused by such default/conduct NGT imposes an: 

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