- Pledges for sustainable India as core focus areas for 2019-2021
- 203 cities and 21 states’ chapter to participate
Pune, 26 September 2019: Mr Satish Magar, President Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) National, has called for a special conclave in Pune starting September 26, 2019, as a precursor to CREDAI’s 20-year anniversary, come 2020, and in view of the current economic scenario of the Indian sub-continent. The theme of the conclave is focused on a pledge for a sustainable India, holding firm on four core areas: Skilling, city greening, water conservation and membership expansion for 2019 – 2021. The conclave will also aim to understand the current challenges being faced by the real estate sector, in an organised format. CREDAI National has extended the invitation for the conclave to member Presidents and Secretaries across the country.
Mr Satish Magar, President CREDAI National said, “With the current economic slowdown, it is pivotal that the real estate sector comes together to understand and address the challenges being faced by the industry. The conclave will also focus on core areas and setting of certain norms and processes on how to successfully achieve them. With CREDAI turning 20 next year, we aim to work towards the growth of our industry and sustainable India.”
Mr. Jaxay Shah, Chairman CREDAI National said “Consolidation and sustainability is the need of the hour. The industry players need to come together and forge an attainable path to help achieve the goals, solutions for the sector.”
The 2-day conclave will see representations from 203 cities and 21 states, with each state chapter exhibiting the accomplishments made so far and deliberate on state-specific issues and their expectations from CREDAI. CREDAI will also set targets for the next 2 years and release new processes and guidelines for the state chapters to achieve the targets on the key focus areas.
Established in 1999, the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) is the apex body for private real estate developers in India, representing over 12000 developers through 21 states and 203 city chapters across the country. Since, its inception, CREDAI has been working towards the cause of Housing and Habitat. It has imprinted the critical importance of real estate to the GDP of India on the minds of the government, policy makers and general public and has become the backbone of the Real Estate Industry.