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Understanding Green Building Development

Poorly designed buildings and inefficient construction practices have much more negative consequences on the environment than we realize. Adverse effects include air pollution and water pollution. This urges the need to build environment-friendly and green buildings in the cities. IGBC certified Mahindra Happinest is a green property thoughtfully designed with the right sourcing of raw materials which do not affect the health of living beings and help in sustainable development. The project has been designed & developed to meet high standards of environmental & human health performance, thereby delivering a better quality of life. It not only consumes less water but also optimizes energy efficiency, conserves natural resources and generates less waste while providing a healthier living space to its occupants as compared to other traditional buildings. The residents enjoy numerous tangible benefits in the form of water-saving, saving in electricity utilities etc. Intangible benefits include amplified ventilation, adequate daylight, pure air and an overall sense of harmony and well-being.

Green Building Development

The entire lifecycle of a green building ensures that the resources consciously utilized right from the site selection to construction, occupancy and end-of-life phase. This incorporates green architecture, environment-friendly building materials and a sustainable supply chain. Let’s have a look at the requirements of a green building stage-wise.

Design Stage

Construction Stage

Occupancy / Maintenance Stage

Today, the need to build green buildings is more than ever. Real estate sector, especially the affordable housing segment, plays a significant role in accelerating path to sustainable growth. Mahindra Happinest flats in Palghar, Avadi and Boisar penetrate deep into enhancing quality of life and sustainable development, ceasing the problem of depleting natural resources. Conventional buildings use resources in abundance generating waste and emitting greenhouse gases throughout their life cycle. Happinest, Avadi comprises 15% open green spaces and has retained local tree species with low water needs. Your green home can cut down energy consumption, save money and play a major impact on the betterment of environment.

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