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Tender for Priyadarshini Park pool cancelled

DNMUM392681 | 7/18/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :157



The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to cancel the tender for a swimming pool in Priyadarshini Park at Napean Sea Road. A letter stating the same was given to the Napean Sea Road Citizens Forum (NSRCF) by the office of deputy municipal architect (garden cell).
Priyadarshini Park has been in the news lately ever since BMC stated that it would want to take over the park. Malabar Hill Citizens Forum (MHCF), which looks after the space, has been opposing the move.
According to local residents, BMC had plans to reduce the size of Priyardarshini Park by adding a fire station and a swimming pool, along with other facilities. “We are happy they have cancelled that. When we discovered they were planning on a swimming p
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