Established in 2009, National Real Estate Development Council of Haryana is registered under the Department of Industries and Commerce, Haryana under section 9(4) of the Haryana Registration and Regulation of Societies Act, 2012, as the State Chapter of NAREDCO formed under the aegis of Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India.
The apex body of private sector comprises of developers, as also real estate agents, architects, interior designers, legal professionals, finance, and allied fields, as the apex national body for the real estate industry and visualized it as a single platform where Government, industry and public would discuss various problems and opportunities face to face which would result in speedy resolution of issues. It was formed with the mandate to induce transparency and ethics in real estate business and transform the unorganized Indian real estate sector into a matured and globally competitive business sector.
NAREDCO Haryana seeks to create a favorable policy climate to ensure Housing for All. NAREDCO Haryana specially articulates the concerns of Public-Private Partnerships as also of the entire industry.
The Council combines residents, civil society, developers, government and public sector enterprises engaged in real estate development like land development, layout, planning and construction of residential, commercial buildings, complexes, townships and enhancement of infrastructure as also maintenance and governance of cities. It is the prime knowledge sharing for latest industry data, technological advancement and industry.
Formed on August 13, 2009, NAREDCO Haryana, ten years ago, blazed the trail of Brand Compass Gurugram , with Mr. Rajender Kataria, IAS the then deputy Commissioner Gurgaon along with Mr. Rajesh Khullar, IAS Municipal Commissioner Gurgaon and Mr. Nitin Yadav, IAS HUDA Administrator as also 18 stakeholders working for 1000+ man-hours prepare and fine tune a 10 year Brand Vision for Gurgram at the initiative of NAREDCO Haryana at a 2 day offsite workshop. The Action Plan began the implementation of the vision on 10 October 2010 with annual reviews every year. The vision statement envisages the transformation of Gurugram into a Global capital in the knowledge economy as a truly multicultural society by 2020. To achieve it, the Global capital will need:
Over the next three years, 80% of the city’s public & private investments will need to be used to attract Indian and international cosmopolitan professionals from across the world and 80% of the city’s revenues will be generated through 3 segments – people who live and work in Gurugram, people who visit Gurugram and people who invest in Gurgugram.