Public parking area next to 56-storey building ‘Palais Royale’ not illegal: Bombay HC

by Paul Joseph on May 20, 2013 · 0 comments

MUMBAI: Observing that the public parking space coming up along with a 56-storey building in central Mumbai was not illegal, the Bombay High Court on Monday asked the municipal commissioner to reconsider grant of Floor Space Index (FSI) and other issues pertaining to the building. A division bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice N M Jamdar was hearing a PIL filed by city-based NGO Janhit Manch alleging illegalities in sanctions given for the construction of ‘Palais Royale’ building and the adjacent public parking lot in Worli. The 56-storey residential building, supposed to be the tallest building in Mumbai, is being constructed by Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure Ltd (SRBIL).

[via India Properties - Real Estate India - Indian Property News Site]

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