In the words of one of our architects, 'form follows contour'. All of our infrastructure developments and homes follow the natural slopes of the land as far as possible to minimise cutting and shifting of soil and the associated environmental degradation and safety hazards.
Our focus on water security is about more than investing in large-scale rainwater harvesting and recharge pits. We are committed to efficient water management across the board including working exclusively with native plants that do not deplete the water table, ensuring our contracts set limits on water usage within our developments, and so on.
Our infrastructure is developed with a view to minimising our footprint. This is evident right from our choice of materials to our building practices; from our focus on locally sourced materials to our attempts to minimise light pollution.
We work closely with experts who have a deep understanding of the indigenous flora and fauna and also ensure that our clients have access to the resources required to plan and execute sensitive landscaping.
- Buying a house
- Building a house
Do consider the following:
How close to the town centre would you like to be?
If you're buying a plot of land, are you confident about managing construction?
Are you aware of the local building codes, zoning and regulations?
Stamp duty of ~11% of property cost is levied on all transactions and is payable directly to the government.
Legal fees covers the preparation of all required documents and is typically under 1.5 lakhs INR.
There is a one-time charge of 1-2 lakhs towards the corpus of the Residents' Welfare Association.
Current sanction options:
a. Up to 150 square metres
b. 150 to 250 square metres
c. Larger than 250 square metres
Each type of sanction has a different set of requirements. Do get in touch if you'd like to understand this in more detail.