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Construction of multi storied buildings should be encouraged for optimum usage of land
Effective use of space management both in residential buildings, commercial buildings and all Government buildings should be given due importance in the future. The reason for this is pretty simple because the population would keep growing in the years to come.
A few decades ago, a two storied or a four storied building would have made sense because that time there was not that much pressure for both residential as well as commercial space. However, today the demand is more than the supply side and the demand would keep growing in the years to come.

Therefore, these two storied, three storied and four storied buildings which were built long time back may open up debates as to wastage of space management.

For example, in a residential colony where there exists one-two-three-four storied buildings, covering an X area of land, could be accommodating around 40-50 families at best. In the same amount of land, with proper planning and optimum usage of land, if multi-storied buildings were allowed to come up as residential colonies, perhaps more than 1,000 families could live here nicely.

Based on such examples, space management in planning for all kinds of buildings in the future should be guided by the principle of optimum usage of land with more and more well built nice multi storied buildings coming up.

Such a planning would not only help the growing aspirations of the large sections of the population for owning a house, but also many offices can be set up under one roof without wasting much of public land or property.

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