Friday, 15 July 2011

Tata plan for Rural House in Rs 32,000

After Lakhtakia Nano, Tata Group is all set to launch a house for nearly Rs 32,000 intended at rural advertise by the ending of after that year. In front of, the housing project is in the direct stage in 30 locations reach across the country and is in discussions with various agencies like Coir Board, Jute Board and also state governments. The houses will be made in prefabricate format, under which the company will provide a kit consisting of roofs, doors, windows, etc, which can be erected or assembled. Fast house built in seven days if you have a space of land. Basic model of 20 sq meters, with smooth roof will cost about Rs 32,000. Alike there are extra replicas which may come with a solar panel on the roof of the house.
Sumitesh Das answering to a question on the challenges, "The main challenge it may face is supply chain management due to shortage of production of panels. We are in touch with Coir Board and Jute Board also. The pilot is also to see the supply chain arrangements. If a coir manufacturer cannot meet the demands, then we will have to think of some other product to replace. We have technology but we do not have entrepreneurs. That's what we are looking for, people who can invest and make products for us, The life of the house will be 20 years at this stage and may go up as the research goes on.”


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