Probashipalli Aabasan >> Introduction
Probashi Palli is an exclusive residential zone for the wage earners. Since the government has not yet taken up any planned housing project exclusively for the wage earners, Inspired Development Ltd. has come forward to address the issue by creating a well-planned housing area in Dhaka city. The project titled as “Probashi Palli” will be a secured modern residential zone with a touch of nature having rivers and greeneries all round. Besides Non resident Bangladeshis (NRBs), local Bangladeshis will also have opportunity to have their homes in our project. As there is no earmarked project for NRBs in Dhaka, we would like to keep maximum i.e. 60% of the land for them (NRBs) separately on one side of the project area while rest 40% will be allotted to Bangladeshis residing In Bangladesh on the other side.

This is not only a truly peaceful living complex, but has also brought tremendous opportunities for investment by our respected Non resident Bangladeshis (NRB). The project is located next to RAJUK's Purbachal Housing Project and only a 15-18 minutes drive from ZIA International Airport through a number of roads originating from Airport road and Tungi. The project area covers more than 2800 bighas of land surrounded by natural rivers on its three sides and the newly constructed Dhaka-Sylhet bypass from another side.

Real Estate business is a promising sector in Bangladesh. Dhaka has one of the highest population densities amongst the renowned mega cities of the world and its population is growing rapidly every day. Getting a piece of land in Dhaka is full of hazard and uncertainty. The fraudulent activities of land grabbers and middlemen pose an obstacle and insecurity in purchasing a piece of land.

Probashi Palli has come forward to solve the problems and difficulties faced by the NRBs as well as Bangladeshis as regards to living environment, code of conduct, code of building conduct, drainage and sewerage, road accessibility etc.
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