RFL’s first township is coming up at Singaperumal Koil (near Mahindra City, Chingleput) at a total built up area of 7.20 lakh sq ft. Conceived as an integrated-campus with world-class amenities for shopping, education, entertainment and healthcare, the township will address the unique work and lifestyle requirements of software professionals and non-resident Indians.
The first phase of the township, coming up in 3.60 lakh sq.ft, will house 15 bungalows, each with a built up area of about 1500 sq.ft., backed by state-of-art telecommunication networks, transportation facilities, school, health club, swimming pool and multiplexes. The township will draw power from the state grid with 100% on site power backup.
“There is huge role for private capital and management in infrastructure projects. We have ambitious plans for creating townships in Chennai that would boast of high-class infrastructure and high-quality construction with adequate green spaces,” said-Mr. Ramamurthy, Managing Director.
The company has clocked about 19 per cent rise in net income for the financial year ended 31st March, 2009 at Rs 62.69 lakhs against Rs 54.55 lakhs last year. The total income rose to Rs. 1014.30 lakhs up from Rs. 976.61 lakhs, representing a 4% increase. The company’s board has recommended Rs 1.10 per share (11%) dividend for the financial year 2008-09, as compared to Rs 1.00 (10%) the previous year. Rajeswari Foundations had earned revenue of Rs 1011.30 lakhs and profit before tax of Rs 172.26 lakhs from constructing independent bungalows.
To reflect its long-term business interest, RFL will be rechristened as Rajeswari Infrastructure Limited. The Registrar of Companies has confirmed the availability of the new name and the board of the company is expected to pass a resolution confirming the name change.
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