For long, home buyers in India were at the receiving end and have complained about real estate transactions being lopsided and heavily in favour of the developers.
The Government of India enacted the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 on 26th
March 2016. This came into effect from 1st
May, 2017. Would this act help the home buyers? What are the loopholes and procedural teething problems with this act? Are states diluting the main intent of this act? What problems do financial institutions like banks, etc. anticipate in its implementation? Though this is a topic of immense public scrutiny and debate, there are many aspects that need better understanding, clarification and debate.
In order to develop a better understanding of contemporary issues facing built environment sector and to provide industry inputs to policymakers, RICS India and RICS SBE are organizing a Panel Discussion on the 1st of December at the India International Centre Annexe.
The programme is co-sponsored by the NIUA and the India International Centre.
The first dialogue in this series was organized on 16th
November on “GST, Demonetisation and the Built Environment Industry”
at the IIC. The second dialogue in this series is being organized on 1st
December 2017 at India International Centre, New Delhi.
The program details with names of the dignitaries are mentioned below:
Whitepaper Presentation on Real Estate Regulatory Act
- Dr. Debarpita Roy, Assistant Professor, School of Real Estate
Panel discussion on Real Estate Regulatory Act - a boon or bane
Prof. Sunil Agarwal
FRICS, Associate Dean & Director, School of Real Estate, RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University
FRICS, Managing Partner, YG Real Estate LLP
, Business Head (North Zone), Godrej Properties
MRICS, ED & Head, Knight Frank, Capital Markets India
MRICS, Senior Partner at Zeus Law Associates
Prof. Anupam Saxena
MRICS, Associate Prof., School of Real Estate, RICS SBE