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Published on: May 17, 2024, 2:42 p.m.
TARC’s sustainable agenda
  • TARC projects align with eco-conscious principles

By Arbind Gupta. Assistant Editor, Business India

TARC Ltd, a leading New Delhi-based NSE & BSE-listed luxury real estate developer, known for developing exceptional living experiences for its customers, now has under its portfolio three luxury residential projects in New Delhi and Gurugram, known for its sustainability initiatives. The developer, which has achieved its highest ever pre-sales revenue of Rs1,612 crore in 2023-24, has woven a tapestry of sustainability initiatives into its projects, meticulously crafted to harmonise with both global environmental standards and the unique local requirements.

These multifaceted endeavours span a spectrum of sustainable development facets encompassing energy efficiency, water conservation and the adoption of eco-friendly building materials. Within its projects, TARC has diligently implemented pivotal sustainability measures to pave the way for a greener and resilient future.

“Sustainability is not just a buzzword today,” says Amar Sarin, CEO & managing director, TARC Ltd. “We pioneer a new era of responsible development by carefully embedding sustainability into the fabric of our projects. From energy-efficient designs to innovative water-saving measures and the use of eco-friendly materials, our commitment to sustainability is visible from the moment you step into one of our projects. With its unwavering commitment to sustainability, TARC has not only redefined the norms of the industry but has also set a new standard for responsible development practises by carefully aligning global environmental standards with India’s diverse needs”.

“At the centre of TARC’s ethos is an unwavering commitment to integrate sustainability into every facet of its projects,” adds Sarin. “From the initial idea to the finishing touches, sustainability is not just a box ticking exercise but a guiding principle embedded in the DNA of every project”.

The New Delhi-based developer has pursued green building certifications, including those provided by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), which span from Certified to Platinum levels, tailored to meet the unique demands of each project. A stand-out example of this dedication is the TARC Kailasa project, a flagship endeavour striving for the esteemed IGBC Platinum certification by carefully meeting over 100 sustainability parameters. 

Holistic approach

The company pioneers the integration of cutting-edge features to curtail energy consumption throughout its projects. This holistic approach encompasses the utilisation of top-tier rated appliances and fixtures. HVAC systems have been engineered for peak efficiency. Besides, there is seamless incorporation of alternative energy sources like solar panels.

TARC champions water conservation through the integration of innovative technologies in its projects. These advancements include dual plumbing systems for water reuse, low-flow plumbing fixtures that optimise water usage without compromising performance and sophisticated water management systems, designed to promote sustainable water use and conservation. “By embracing these cutting-edge solutions, we not only minimise water wastage, but also set a benchmark for responsible resource management in the real estate industry,” explains Sarin.

Pursing its ESG goals, the company also prioritise sustainable building materials with minimal carbon footprints, ensuring its projects align with eco-conscious principles. Additionally, it mitigates the heat island effect through thorough site planning and the strategic incorporation of reflective and soft materials. These efforts extend beyond tangible elements, aiming to deliver a premium luxury living experience to its customers, while also upholding its commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainable development.

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    At the centre of TARC’s ethos is an unwavering commitment to integrate sustainability into every facet of its projects

    Amar Sarin, CEO & Managing director, TARC Ltd.

In fact, the realty player goes beyond conventional development paradigms, crafting projects that enrich the surrounding ecosystem, while delivering unparalleled value, quality and satisfaction to our customers. Its developments are conceived to foster vibrant community living, integrating amenities like community gardens, bicycle lanes and electric vehicle charging stations. These features not only elevate residents’ quality of life but also instil a culture of environmental stewardship. 

Moreover, TARC’s projects are designed to cultivate connections among neighbours, promoting a sense of belonging and camaraderie. With emphasis on seamless commutes and versatile communal spaces, the company prioritise convenience and comfort. Safety and security measures further underscore its commitment to ensuring a holistic and gratifying living experience for all residents.

The company’s construction and operational strategies focus on measures to improve indoor air quality, recognising its pivotal role in safeguarding the well-being of occupants. Through detailed planning and implementation, all its projects aim to create environments that foster clean and healthy air, promoting optimal living conditions for its residents.

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