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Budget 2015: Implications on the Real Estate Sector
March 2015

The Government seeks to improve the ease of doing business in the country by facilitating minimum government and maximum governance. The new Government is focused on restoring India’s lost economic sheen and the budget suitably facilitates the objective. Here are the highlights of the Budget 2015 for the real estate sector.

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Indian E-commerce driving the increase in demand for commercial real estate
February 2015

E-commerce, as a business, is growing rapidly in emerging economies like India and China, due to an increasing digital user population. As e-commerce grows, it is also contributing to the growth of the physical distribution and support infrastructure, leading to high demand in commercial storage space.

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Smart Buildings in Smart Cities
February 2015

Following the ‘Green Building’ principles, a green or sustainable building implements structural changes that reduce its power consumption, while maintaining its functionality. It further includes implementing environment friendly features to reduce the overall impact on of human footprint on the environment.

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Making Green Building an Attractive Proposition
January 2015

Green buildings promote sustainable practices through certification or rating systems. These rating systems and Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) or national rating systems such as GRIHA or IGBC – are universally accepted benchmarks.

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Budget expectations from the Government
January 2015

The finance minister is expected to make some positive announcements that will give the much needed lift to the real estate sector in his 2015-16 Union Budget proposals next month. Measures to bring investment into the sector augur well for the future of India’s realty sector.

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