Real Estate development has evolved in our country in the last 70 years with the third most required thing in our country i.e food, cloth, and shelter. This third requirement had given employment to skilled as well as non-skilled workers and had been a major source of employment over the years. There has been a major shift in housing supply from the public sector to the private sector which has been lately named as private developers. One thing is common in both the sectors i.e Architecture and selection of Architects.

Construction site safety is one of the most overlooked things during a construction project. In most workplaces, accidents are a nuisance for the worker. However, at construction sites, accidents have the potential to be life-threatening. With every new story about environmental disasters, earth-shattering explosions, and trapped laborers, construction sites become less and less appealing — even as the population grows and demands more, updated structures increases.

The real estate sector has significantly contributed to India’s Gross Domestic Product in the past decade. However, this sector’s growth has been marred with its fair share of controversies, several of which have emanated from the severe lacunae that exist in the regulatory framework governing the real estate sector.

REAL ESTATE (Regulation & Development Act) , 2016 Govt has empowered the Real Estate Buyer (Residential or Commercial) with a very strong Regulatory Act namely “ RERA “ RERA has brought in confidence not only with real estate consumer but also within other stake holder community like Banks , Financial Institutions , Foreign Investors …...