More than 125 new vehicles, including some 25 cars and 25 transportation vehicles, come for registration every day
Real estate prices soar before planes
P B Jayakumar / Mumbai December 17, 2010, 0:38 IST
With the environment ministry nod to Navi Mumbai airport, money is flying into projects in its precincts.
Villagers are buying flats in the ubiquitous towers at Navghar, a brand new township. The current market rate is close to Rs 3,000 a sq ft — more than double what it was just a few months ago, fuelled by hopes that the long-pending 22-km Sewri-Nhava Sheva Trans Harbour Link bridge may take off, finally.
“More than 125 new vehicles, including some 25 cars and 25 transportation vehicles, come for registration every day,” says the regional transport officer at Karnala Sports Academy in Panvel. The office started a month ago and caters to Panvel, Uran, Khalapur and Karjat talukas. Earlier, people had to travel 35 km to the Pen RTO office for registration.
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