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MHADA announce 20 dangerous buildings in Mumbai

MHADA announce 20 dangerous buildings in Mumbai

The Building Repairs and Reconstruction Board urges tenants and residents to follow safety protocols and cooperate with evacuation procedures.

Given the forthcoming monsoon season, the Mumbai Structures Repairs and Reconstruction Board, a unit of MHADA, has finished its annual pre-monsoon examination of old and decaying structures in the island city of Mumbai and has produced a list of 20 buildings that are highly unsafe and uninhabitable. Four of these 20 structures were designated severely unsafe last year.

The list of 20 highly dangerous ceased buildings declared this year is as follows:

  • Building No. 4-4A, Navroji Hill Road No. 1, Jolly Chambers (Included in last year’s list)
  • Building No. 57, Nizam Street
  • Building No. 67, Masjid Street
  • Building No. 52-58, Babu Genu Road
  • Building No. 7 Khanderao Wadi/204-208, Kalbadevi Road
  • Building No. 52-52A, 2nd Deccan Cross Road
  • Building No. 125-127A, Jamna Nivas, Khadilkar Road, Girgaon
  • Building No. 314B, Brahmand Co-op Housing Society, V.P. Road, Girgaon
  • Building No. 418-426 S.V.P. Road, (124 to 134A) Golecha House
  • Building No. 83-87, Rawate Building, J.S.S. Road, Girgaon
  • Building No. 213-215, Dr. D.B. Marg
  • Building No. 38-40, Slater Road
  • 9D Chuna Lane
  • 44E Naushir Bharucha Marg
  • 1 Khetwadi 12th Lane
  • 31C and 33A, R. Rangnekar Marg and 19 Purandare Marg, Girgaon Chowpatty (Included in last year’s list)
  • Building No. 104-106, Meghji Building, A, B, and C Wing, Shivdas Chapsi Marg (Included in last year’s list)
  • Building No. 55-59-61-63-65 Sophia Zuber Marg
  • Building No. 44-48, 33-37 and 9-12 Kamathipura 11th and 12th Gully, Deval Building
  • Final Plot No. 721 and 724 TPS-3 Division, Building No. 40B and 428, Cess No. G North 50-95(1) and G North-5103 Atmaram Building and Penkar Chawl (Included in last year’s list)

Four of this year’s 20 most unsafe buildings were also designated dangerous the previous year. These most risky buildings host 711 residents and tenants, including 494 residential and 217 non-residential units. According to the Mumbai Building Repairs and Reconstruction Board’s measures, 36 residential tenants and residents have built their alternate accommodations. So far, 46 people have been transported to the transit camps. The remaining tenants and residents in these buildings have received eviction notices, and evacuating the premises is already underway. Additionally, the board plans to relocate 412 residential tenants and residents to transit camps. The board is constantly attempting to provide alternate lodging in the transit camps.

The Board has requested that the tenants and residents of these risky buildings comply with the Board’s officers and staff in leaving the premises when needed and follow the Board’s safety guidelines to avoid any mishaps and potential loss of life and property.

The Board also encourages tenants and residents to promptly alert the Control Room of any signs of danger or accidents in the buildings, as the Control Room is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Mumbai Building Repairs and Reconstruction Board Control Room
Rajni Mahal, First Floor, 89-95, Tardeo Road, Tardeo, Mumbai-400034.
Phone Number: 23536945, 23517423. 
Mobile Number: 9321637699.
Mumbai Municipal Corporation Control Room 
Municipal Headquarters, Fort, Mumbai. 
Phone Number: 22694725/27. 


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