At last some signs of development activity

Viswa
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At last some signs of development activity

Postby Viswa » February 15th, 2010, 9:30 am

I visited Vishveshwariah layout 8th block this week (2nd week of Feb). I see main arterials road being widened and tarred. Ulla lake also being renovated.

Members, Any idea when water and sanitary works will start? I am eager to construct provided facilities are available...

Please advise.

Thanks
Viswa

msn1270
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby msn1270 » February 15th, 2010, 11:24 am

proposed time frame is by end of 2012 for Basics of Cauvery water and sanitary to be completed.

God only predict the exact status.

parkom
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby parkom » July 2nd, 2010, 3:56 pm

Friends, I visited SMV Block-1 last Sunday and found that trenching for sewage and water lines is in progress. I also saw some areas where the pipes were lying on the ground so I assume that they have started laying the pipes from one end. The drive to SMV from city still remains an ordeal with the major bottleneck being after the Mysore road flyover until the university. Dont know if this stretch has any hope of getting better.
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mramki_77
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby mramki_77 » July 2nd, 2010, 4:59 pm

Hi Friends.
I too visited 8th block. The main road leading to ullal is widened and tarred. Also lake development is going on. As such I believe the place is very good for living (discounting the water issue). But what about commuting to offices. Many of the offices are located at Outer ring road or Whitefield. Commuting thu road is impossible. Is any Metro stop coming nearby ? If so what will be its distance from 8th Block ?

Thanks
Ram

parkom
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby parkom » July 3rd, 2010, 5:48 pm

Ram, I think the nearest Metro stop is going to be be near Kengeri. I also believe they are working on taking the ring road (coming from the BSK side) across the Mysore road to the other side to join to Magadi road. Dont know what is the timeline for it though.
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby sowmya.s » July 27th, 2010, 1:18 pm

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Ravi h.g.
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby Ravi h.g. » July 27th, 2010, 1:37 pm

Hi Soumya,

Nobody, even BDA doesnt know when they will complete the development works. they are doing it for a long time. for rates, u can check lot of threads in site for sale section.

inspite of tardy progress by BDA, people still go for BDA sites. only reason i find is legality and banks ready to fund. now, BDA for kempegowda layout is thinking to go vertical.(group housing or apartments)

good luck.

regards,
ravindra kumar hg

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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby msn1270 » July 28th, 2010, 9:27 am

SMV 8th Block reasonably running rates are in the range of Rs.1500 to 1800 based on site location and advantages.

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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby sowmya.s » July 29th, 2010, 4:22 pm

At last some signs of development activity
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Hi,
Can any one tell that how long it will take to construct house in SMV 8th block? and pls tell me about developments in SMV 8th block.

Ravi h.g.
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Re: At last some signs of development activity

Postby Ravi h.g. » July 30th, 2010, 11:02 am

Hi Soumya.S

here are my views.
1.

Apartment:

Apartments are good mainly from safety point of view and for small
families(Typically for 2bhk(4 members in <= 1000sft built up area) 3 bhk(
=>1200 sft built up area). i dont know whether you are married or working
or what your requirements etc. (i assume you are married, working and
family of minimum 4 members). typically a 2bhk of around 1000 sft built up
area will cost Rs 35,00,000/- and above depending on your
requirements(basic apartment cost, registratrion charges,taxes, wardrobes,
kitchen interiors etc).

99% will go for loan. so be prepared for the bank you choose and the way
they increase or decrease EMI depending on market consitions. In all
aparmtents, the plan is fixed so you dont have choice, you have to go by
what developer gives (Normally one get a little bit upset with builders
with kitchen , small toilets etc..) basically plan is not yours, builders.

the big question is the LOCATION ? This depends purely on your requirements
like how close to your office and kids education, hospital, departmental
stores, entertainment centres, transport etc.

selling your BDA site and purchasing an apartment is not a good idea. BDA
SITEs will always appreciate.


2.

First and foremost finalise the area where you want to construct your
house, then look for site. any good area(list which are good areas
according to you. good area for you may not be the same for others owing to their
own parameters) in bangalore will command Rs 2500/sft minimum and above.

so site cost will come to Rs30,00,000 /- and above for a 30X40. then comes
your construction cost.

it all depends on how your own house should look like, total built up area,
whether you are going for duplex, column structure or wall structure,
vitrified or granite or marble or wooden flooring(only to master bedroom),
etc..

for discussion purpose, for a 2000 sft built up area without columns will
come roughly R20--25 Lakhs for basic civil structure, then comes your
wardrobes, kitchen interiors etc.

i totally agree with you thats the most toughest thing is to get a clear
property from a person or agent or a company. some minor document issues
will always be there. even if you get all things right, price will be above
our budget

3.

you can buy a constructed house but once again its hard to get to your
taste but am not ruling out completely. you wont be sure of construction
quality and materials used.

DO NOT go for revenue location now with in BBMP limits as you have to shell
extra for AKRAMA-SAKRAMA thing. again one doesnt know when govt. is going
to start the akrama-sakrama scheme.

Hope the information helps

regards,
Ravindra Kumar hg


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