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    • SIR J. J. COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE TOWN PLANNING: EASTERN WATERFRONT FOURTH YEAR B. ARCH 2009-10
    • The open finger profile bunders of Mazgaon reclamation estate [darukhana] were built in the nineteenth century for maritime trade in wood and coal from neighboring states but have lost their relevance in the present economy. Parts of these areas have been replaced by wholesale iron and steel storage and large chunk of bunders have been encroached upon. In spite of the steel markets having officially shifted to kalamboli in navi Mumbai, they continue to exist in this district. Ship breaking activity, which is environmentally hazardous, is also conducted in this estate. Reay Road, named after Lord Reay, who was the Governor of Bombay between 1885 and 1890, is a railway station on the Central Railway (Harbour Line) of the Mumbai Suburban Railway.
    • SHIP BREAKING SHIP BREAKING, AS WELL AS MINOR REPAIR WORKS OF SHIPS ARE CARRIED OUT HERE. THIS ACTIVITY IS ECOLOGICALLY DAMAGING.
    • SCRAP METAL AND RELATED INDUSTRIES • SCRAP METAL GENERATED IS PROCESSED STORED AS WELL AS SOLD HERE. • PEOPLE RELATED TO THIS ACTIVITY LIVE ON THE UPPER STOREY OF THE WORKSHOPS. • THESE SETTLEMENTS ARE INFORMAL AND ARE ENCROACHMENTS UPON BPT LAND, WHICH HAD BEEN ON SHORT TERM LEASE.
    • SERVICES FOR SETTLEMENTS INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS