Sankalp group has launched India’s first zero carbon village – Coral Village with ultra-luxurious villas at Malvan, Sidhudurg district of Maharashtra.
Spread over 47 acres, the first phase of 80 villas spread over 10 acres will be priced over Rs 2 crore each will be ready by 2014 while the total project of 180 villas will be ready for occupancy by 2016.
Appraised by Bank of India, the pre-rated LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) platinum green project has already fully developed two villas and four more are under construction while the rest will be developed in cluster of 4-10 villas.
Launching the project as Coral village, Sankalp Group Chairman and Managing Director Bhushan Satam said, “The project is being constructed with 6% cement contribution compared to the conventional 22% and we are generating our own power of 4 MW through non-conventional resources to keep the construction methodology totally green.”
The construction is being undertaken in such a way that the internal temperature and humidity is kept at bay by the porosity of the clay block walls crafted from the nearest mines. The plaster is imported from Istanbul, made from 100% recycled glass fibre granules which offers a beautiful white texture, Satam said. The project in 510 km away from Mumbai in Sidhudurg district, shares its border with Goa state.
“In India there is no concept of Zero Carbon Village yet. However, with our Coral project at Wayri Village, near Tarkarli Beach in Malvan, Sidhudurg, we are committed to make it completely carbon emission free through our policies and initiatives,” Satam said.
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