Building sustainable housing communities.


By: Shiva | October 22, 2020

Villa plots in one of the authorised layouts on the outskirts of Hyderabad, India.

Post-covid, the frequency of employees going to offices for their day jobs is likely to come down with most of the companies asking their personnel to work from home. On the positive site, this reduces traffic on the roads and the related pollution. This may also mean that employees and their families need not live in close proximity to their offices in Hi-tech city or Gachibowli. They can live wherever they want. If good schools are available in the outskirts of Hyderabad, young families would love to move to affordable gated communities located all around the Ring Road of Hyderabad.

Home gardening has emerged as favourite avocation for all during the pandemic and terrace gardens would become a new norm in almost all cities and towns in coming days to grow healthy veggies. An apartment does not give all this. You need an open space and a scope for constructing first floor or should have an option to have a poly house on your terrace.

A villa plot in a medium to big sized venture gives enough open space for work-life balance throughout one's life. It will have sufficient space for yoga, walking and the parks will provide the required lung space for the inhabitants.

The prices of properties around the existing Outer Ring Road (ORR) and between ORR and the proposed Regional Ring Road (RRR) are steadily increasing and if this trend continues, the investors will receive a good ROI over medium to long term.

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