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Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority MMRDA

MMRDA was set up on the 26th January, 1975 under the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority Act, 1974 Government of Maharashtra as an apex body for planning and co-ordination of development activities in the area.

This organization is responsible for the development of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) which comprises of Mumbai - the capital of Maharshtra State - and its rapidly growing vicinity.

The goal of achieving a balanced development of the Region is attempted by the MMRDA through the following strategies.

  • Preparation of perspective plans
  • Promotion of alternative growth centres
  • Strengthening of infrastructure facilities

Provision of development finance In order to implement these strategies, the MMRDA prepares plans, formulates policies and programmes and helps in directing investments in the Region. In particular, it conceives, promotes and monitors the key projects for developing new growth centres and bring about improvement in sectors like transport, housing, water supply and environment in the Region. Moreover, if a project is of particular significance, the MMRDA takes up the responsibility for its implementation.

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