Maharashtra government has given approval to develop Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) at a cost of Rs 10,000 crore. A gazette notification for the interim development plan was issued. The project envisages development of terminals, airside and part of landside and does not include drains, metro etc. Maintenance, augmentation, development of city-level infrastructure networks and services and related future projects within the CSIA notified area need to be funded by local authorities, the state government and private agencies.
The slum spread over 104 acres on the eastern side will be shifted for expansion of runway. The area is spread over Kurla, Kirol, Mohili and Asalpha and will be developed as a green open space along and below the flight path.