The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) Nashik Metro announced organizing one of the most prestigious events in the real estate market, Expo – SHELTER 2022. This year will be the 10th edition of the Expo witnessing over 100+ builders, developers, contractors, and other allied business owners, come under one roof along with leading financing companies and banks.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde via video conferencing. The opening ceremony was attended by Nashik Guardian Minister Dadasaheb Bhuse, Hemant Godse, Municipal Commissioner Dr. CL Pulkundwar, Vice President CREDAI National Anant Rajegaonkar, Maharashtra CREDAI President Sunil Phurde, and other dignitaries.
The real estate industry is the second largest employment generating sector in the country and Nashik also has unlimited opportunities for well-planned development. Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde asserted that since the implementation of Unified DCPR, the construction sector has received a revival and it has benefited both consumers and developers.
Chief Minister Shinde further said that the government is working on priority to take decisions for the benefit of all and the pending issues will be decided soon. Nashik Pune Railway, Outer Ring Road and other projects that will promote the development of Nashik will also be speeded up.
The survey "Nashik Finest Education Hub of India" was unveiled by Chief Minister Shinde.
Nashik's Guardian Minister Dadasaheb Bhuse, who was present on the occasion of the inauguration, said that in the coming time, a planned plan for the development of the city will be prepared by combining all the elements and the work is going on to collect information from all the relevant departments for the upcoming Kumbh Mela. He also hoped that CREDAI would cooperate for this plan. He also proposed to study the developed ring road outside Hyderabad for the proposed outer ring road.