CREDAI MCHI aims to create one lakh jobs in one year; announces change of guard for 2020-21

Deepak Goradia takes over as president

CREDAI MCHI, Deepak Goradia, Nayan Shah, Eknath Shinde, Dr Jitendra Awhad, Reviving MMR Real Estate, MahaRERA, Mumbai Grahak panchayat

CREDAI MCHI announced its ‘change of guard’ with Deepak Goradia as the new president. The installation ceremony saw the gracious presence of management committee members, industry stalwarts, dignitaries including Eknath Shinde, Honorable Minister of Urban Development and PWD, govt. of Maharashtra and Dr Jitendra Awhad, Honorable Minister for Housing Department, govt. of Maharashtra.

Deepak Goradia, in his maiden address, committed himself to “Reviving MMR real estate”, in light of the prevailing slowdown brought upon by Covid-19. Taking CREDAI MCHI’s 3 and half decades plus strong legacy forward built by his predecessors, Goradia aims to create one lakh jobs in the next one year through its 1800+ developer members by way of new projects and initiatives.

Strengthening CREDAI MCHI’s commitment towards the growth of the Maharashtra economy, Goradia and his team intend to build a stronger advocacy ecosystem and aim to address the most pertinent issues currently acting as major hurdles for the sector. The new leadership team has prepared a comprehensive roadmap for reviving MMR Realty as well as the confidence of stakeholders, and will enhance its focus on improving knowledge and skill of member developers.

The new team will also explore opportunities to tie up with statutory bodies like MahaRERA, Mumbai Grahak Panchayat etc, to collectively work towards establishing a more conducive industrial environment, while also continuing to undertake comprehensive skilling initiatives.

Goradia says “The last 38 years have been a glorious journey for all of us here and we intend on building on this strong foundation to lead a new era for MMR Real Estate. Given the current circumstances brought upon by the pandemic, CREDAI MCHI is highly determined to reignite the progress of the industry which acts as the strongest pillar of the state’s economy.”

Former CREDAI MCHI president, Nayan Shah, said, “The last few years, and especially the last few months, have been somewhat tumultuous for the entire real estate fraternity. Given Goradia’s experience and stature in the sector, we all are extremely confident and look forward to the dawn of a new era for MMR Real Estate under his able leadership.”

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