Siddha Group hands over 100+ rehab units at Kandivali under SRA scheme
Real estate developer Siddha Group handed over more than 100 units of Shiv Shankar, one of the two towers built under the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) scheme in Kandivali West in Mumbai. The two SRA towers Shiv Prasad and Shiv Shankar are jointly developed by Siddha Group and Sejal Group, and it consists of 187 and 205 units respectively. The 1 BHK apartments of 269 sq ft. Carpet area each is built in a total space of approximately 2.26 lakh sq ft. Situated in a prime location in Kandivali West, the two SRA towers are a part of Siddha Group’s flagship project Siddha Seabrook, the tallest residential tower in the locality.
Mr. Samyak Jain, Director, Siddha Group, handed over the units to the residents in Kandivali West in the presence of eminent dignitaries like Mr. Anant Geete (Union Cabinet Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Sector Enterprises), Mr. Gopal Shetty (Member of Parliament, Mumbai North), Mr. Yogesh Sagar (MLA, Charkop), Mr. Vijaybhai Girkar (Member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly), Mr. Kamlesh Yadav (President, Prabhag Samiti Committee of ward R-South), Mr. Ravindra Munde (Zilla Parishad member, Raigarh district Shivsena), Mrs. Reshma Ravindra Munde (Nagar Adhyaksha Raigarh) and Mr. Deepak Tawde (Couselor, Kandivali).
Commenting on this occasion Mr. Samyak Jain, Director, Siddha Group said, “We believe in the ability to sculpt better lives by designing and crafting exceptional homes that sets us apart. We are truly delighted to have delivered the finest quality of rehabilitation housing; Shiv Prasad and Shiv Shankar within the guidelines of the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA). We look forward to ensuring that the families who are currently living in slums of Mumbai easily adapt to their new lifestyle.”
Siddha Group has done similar projects in the past such as Ashray in Jaipur, an EWS project under Rajasthan Government in 2013 and Bonorini, a PPP initiative inspired by Mamata Banerjee (Chief Minister of West Bengal), in association with Refugee Relief and Rehabilitation Department, Government of West Bengal in 2016. Both were primary projects in the respective states and were delivered before committed timeframes.