We are Neha Consultants and we have been playing a pivotal role in changing the skyline of Ahmedabad since last 30 years.

As a real estate liaisoning consultant and an Architect, we have made significant contribution to the changing skyline of the cities and towns. We have been a witness to the changing landscape, where the architectural design has moved from being just maximum utilization of spaces to creating beautiful spaces that inspire and are environment friendly.

We not just help you create environment friendly architectural buildings, but as a liaisioning consultant, we ensure that your projects get timely approvals from government agencies. This way, you can focus on taking the project ahead at a faster pace by channelizing your energies and resources on the core area of development.

Our unwavering focus is always on environment whenever we take a project for architectural design. Our buildings are designed taking into account the impact on the environment and the environmental impact on the structure. We believe and practice Green Architecture which makes spaces livelier and fresher even if they are closed spaces.

Green Architecture

Our endeavor always has been to satisfy
our client objectives in a way that the impact on
the environment will be positive.
All our projects as an architectural firm revolve
around aesthetics, being environmental friendly,
practical and pollution free.

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