The Maharashtra government on October 11 gave its revised approval for construction of residential quarters in South Mumbai for judges of Bombay High Court.
The project was earlier approved in 2017 and it was to cost Rs 67.3 crore, did not take off and a revised approval of Rs 202 crore was given on October 11.
The tower will come up at Malabar Hill and will comprise 56 flats. With the number of judges increasing the High Court and the state government were finding it difficult to house them.
Source: TNN, Mumbai