BHOPAL: In the two-day 5th All-India Police Housing Corporation Conference, three resolutions were passed accordingly, fast track construction technologies, use of green building concepts and maintenance of existing police infrastructure especially police housing to improve living environment for police personnel. These three resolutions will be followed by the all police housing corporations of the nation.

MD of MP Housing Corporation, Sanjay Rana informed that under the fast track construction technologies, the traditional building material like brick, sand are not used for the construction.

The houses are constructed in Shear wall technology, in which the building is earth quake resistant and the cost is also very low, importantly the single floor can be constructed in just one week.

Under the programme, 850 houses are proposed to be constructed in Indore for the force personnel. The design has been sent to the IIT for the examination.

The green building concept is related to better environment, usage of less power, water harvesting, eco friendly, waste water management, efficient solid waste disposal and others. Under the project the building will be able to produce renewal power as much as possible.

The state government has signed MoU with the Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment (GRIHA) and the department of renewal energy.

The police headquarters is already producing its 30 percent power requirements from solar energy.

The minister of urban development and housing Maya Singh has stressed that the existing police infrastructure specially houses in the police line and police stations should be maintained.

The third resolution has to address the problem, the entire police department habitats of the nation are facing.

In the state around 800 police stations have to get repaired, the state government has approved the plan to renovate the premises.

The toilets and the restroom for the women coming to the police stations and also for the staff are required. The proposals for the constructions have been submitted to the government.

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