Talpuri is a township within the Bhilai town. Government of Chattisgarh ( through MP Housing Board) took the possession of two plots within the limits of Bhilai Township. Over this land it constructed over 3000 houses / apartments.
These plots were divided by a road connecting Steel plant township to Borsi. Northwest plot was designeted 'A' while the southeast plot is known as 'B'.
Plot A is situated adjecent to Directors bungalows on the main road interconnecting Durg with the Steel plant via Ruabandha. It has two entry gates Christened East and West. There are 192 apartments in 8 blocks of flats named "Gulmohar". There are four flats on each floor going up to six levels. Ground floor is reserved for Parking.Over all there are following housing in Talpuri A : (I) Lotus - 99 (II) Rose - 102 (III) Lily - 100 (IV) Tulip - 117 (V) Gulmohar - 192.
Three of the rose have not been taken up for construction.Construction at Talpuri started in 2008 and Completed partly in 2013 when CGHB ( Chattisgarh Government Housing Board) asked individual owners to take possession of incomplete houses / apartments on "as is where is" basis. CGHB wasn't able to complete the construction for many reasons including the demonstrations etc. by the association formed by allottees.Shri Chaurasia led the movement against the Housing Board's delays and lack of accountability towards the allottees.
TSF is a charitable organization created by few of the residents who were interested in improving the quality of life at the township and create an example of managing the affairs of township. Each of the founder members donated a sum of Rs 1 Lakh. Design of management Systems in an equitable manner was the main task before this group. Models were adopted from the way private Housing is managed in Mumbai / Bengaluru etc.
To create a township full of life that could compete with the best and is accessible.
To involve everyone and ensure that the last man is taken care of.