said with higher compensation to farmers, resistance in acquiring land will reduce in future.
On prices, he said: "Definitely land prices will shoot up. Now whether we will get land for affordable housing, is a big question mark."
Hiranandani said the companies are already acquiring land for private projects with almost 100 per cent consent of the owners, mainly farmers.
The country's largest realty firm DLF said the reaction and how it will affect the consumers, have to be seen after the Bill comes into effect.
"There has to be a debate in the Parliament for this Bill before the final approval. We will see how the situation unfolds in coming days as that will be crucial for any future decision," DLF Group Executive Director Rajeev Talwar said.
He said the company already is acquire land with full consent of the owners, so it does not see any problem on the same.
Leading consultant Jones Lang LaSalle India Chairman and Country Head Anuj Puri said demand of housing projects will be affected in future with passage of the Bill in the Parliament.
"Cost of land will go up and developers will pass on the additional burden to consumers. Definitely, it will affect the demand if prices go up beyond the capacity of a home buyer," he added.