Construction ban poses challenges for the real estate - Air Pollution in Delhi NCR

By Bricksnwall | 2023-10-03

Construction ban poses challenges for the real estate - Air Pollution in Delhi NCR

Real estate developers are worried about the development ban and how it may affect project delivery in light of the pollution crisis in Delhi, NCR.

The real estate industry may face difficulties as a result of the government's decision to prohibit building in order to compensate for the deteriorating air quality. But in our opinion, this action is crucial to balancing the growing pollution levels in and around the nation's capital. Nayan Raheja of Raheja Developers stated, "We aim to continue with soft operations that do not contribute to pollution in order to continue the construction process.

While environmental protection is critically needed, it will present challenges for both builders and homebuyers in the real estate market.

Still, we'll try to continue doing things like installing equipment and remodeling interior spaces that don't harm the environment.  Only following the government's regulations will do this, but in order to prevent significant backlogs in work, we must make sure that as many duties as possible are completed," said Mohit Goel, MD of Omaxe Group.

Still, we're determined to carry on with our business in a way that respects government regulations and the preservation of the environment. According to County Group Director Amit Modi, non-environmentally harmful chores like installing equipment and beautifying the interior would take precedence.

Friday Delhi was at the top of an IQAir-compiled list of the world's most polluted cities in real-time, with an AQI of 611 in the "hazardous" category. 

For a variety of reasons, the national capital's air quality deteriorates from October to November.