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Homebuyers’ protestations shoot up in Gurgaon, govt board to meet

The Allottees Grievances Redress Forum (AGRF), set up in September 2015 for Gurgaon, will hold its third meeting in mid-June, under the chairmanship of the representative chief.


The choice mirrors the plaguing feeling of dissatisfaction in Gurgaon’s land market, with 209 dissensions got by the bureau of town and nation arranging (DTCP) against 37 engineers in the course of recent months.

In this way, AGRF haS held two gatherings, in September 2015 and January 2016, in which it took up 23 dissensions.

“We’ve gotten an extensive number of dissensions, which is the reason we have booked the third meeting of AGRF in mid-June,” said right hand town organizer (ATP) R S Batth. He said move has been made on the vast majority of the objections got at the last two gatherings.

DTCP arranging officer Jaibir Sharma said this time, most protests are against Orchid Petal (58) and Unitech (25). “We’re examining all. Objections of a comparative nature against the same developer will be clubbed together,” said Sharma, including most grievances are for postponement in conveyance, delay in starting development and for offices not gave as guaranteed.

Communicating the administration’s resolve to handle homebuyers’ issues, the authority said, “Most activities are running behind timetable. Now and again, work has halted nearby, leaving purchasers, who have effectively made the vast majority of the installment, without a friend in the world. On edge and baffled, they are drawing closer us with objections against the engineers.”

He said the gathering for the most part manages three sorts of objections. Where a developer is blamed for deceiving speculators, it requests that police document a case and after that screens the test. In the event of agreement related infringement (manufacturers blamed for not giving courtesies as guaranteed) and of infringement of permit conditions, the discussion prescribes activity against the designer, to be taken by DTCO.

“In the two past rounds, FIRs were enrolled against four designers, after AGRF got protests against them. Testing the decision, two designers drew closer court scrutinizing the gathering’s power,” said Sharma.

He encourage said, AGRF ought to be given more energy to make successful move against defaulting designers.

12 yrs for a level! Sit tight to end for 164 Parsvnath Exotica purchasers in Gurgaon

One of the longest sits tight for a level seen crosswise over land markets will arrive at an end in the not so distant future when 164 homebuyers get their homes, 12 years after bookings opened for the venture.

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The designer of the vexed Parsvnath Exotica in Gurgaon’s Sector 53 seems prepared to hand over ownership of pads inside of the following 90 days, having connected for inhabitance endorsements from the division of town and nation arranging (DTCP). Bookings for these pads in Exotica some of whose wings have been finished and are possessed were taken in 2004.

The application for inhabitance testaments come days after TOI conveyed a report on March 15 about Delhi-based agent Ramesh Uppal and 163 others, who had booked their pads in 2004. In spite of having paid 95% of the value, Uppal guaranteed he was all the while holding up to get ownership. Taking after this, the DTCP sorted out a meeting between the engineer and the level purchasers. Toward the end of that, a 90-day due date was settled for handover of pads.

“The designer has connected for inhabitance declarations, and started chip away at site to complete what’s pending,” said DTCP arranging officer Jaibir Sharma. The division, he included, will screen advance of work to guarantee purchasers get ownership on time.

Parsvnath VP R K Sinha said the matter has been determined genially and the organization will give ownership in 90 days by finishing all conventions. “We’ve connected for the authentications,” he said. Yet, Sinha likewise griped there were excesses of nodal offices for land, making things complex and tedious.

Uppal, who had booked a premium level in the general public, is presently anticipating moving into his fantasy home. “We trust our hold up will at last end and we’ll get our pads conveyed,” he said. Uppal had booked a level in 2004, on the guarantee the engineer would hand over ownership by September 2008, with a six-month effortlessness period. Another purchaser, Nalin Sood, inquired as to why the DTCP hadn’t yet tended to claims of punishments the developer should pay for the long defer. “The issue of ownership has been determined, however the matter identified with punishment for the postponement is as yet pending with DTCP,” said Sood

There are 164 purchasers in pieces D-4, D-5 and D-6 of Exotica why should yet get ownership. “The 14 individuals who had drawn nearer the Allottee Grievance Redress Forum (of the ) with their dissension against the designer will get ownership first,” said the DTCP official.

Developers can’t withhold enlistment charges under new arrangement in Gurgaon

In a noteworthy help to homebuyers, the bureau of town and nation arranging (DTCP) has thought of another arrangement to control unapproved maintenance of speculators’ cash by developers by virtue of enrollment charges.


Under the new strategy, issued in the second week of March, designers will need to execute the movement deed inside of 15 days of getting the enrollment charges from homebuyers. In the event that that is impractical, the cash ought to be discounted to allottees or developers could conform the sum against different levy aside from upkeep charges.

Authorities said the move is gone for checking the abuse of speculators’ cash by manufacturers. At present, by and large engineers postpone the execution of movement deed for quite a long while even subsequent to getting enrollment charges from homebuyers.

“Not any more. Designers will never again have the capacity to withhold the enlistment charges after its accumulation from allottees,” said a DTCP official. DTCP has additionally made it required for developers to present an authentication from a contracted bookkeeper vouching that they are not withholding any stamp obligation charges gathered from allottees.

“In the event that, a manufacturer neglects to present the authentication, the division won’t allow endorsement of building arrangements, recharging of permit, and so on,” the authority said.

DTCP’s arranging officer Jaibir Sharma said there had been a few occurrences of question between allottees, designers and the income office over postponement in execution of movement deed. “A few grumblings came to the Allottee Grievance Redressal Forum and taking after its proposals, the approach was issued,” he said.

“Under the new strategy, on the off chance that the manufacturer can’t execute the movement deed inside of 15 days of accumulation of enlistment charges or neglects to give back the cash, then a joint financial balance will be opened in the names of the engineer, RWA and the DTCP,” Sharma said.

Draw for displaced today but plots not ready: Dwarka e-way

HUDA is set to hold on Wednesday a draw of lots for allotting alternative plots to people displaced by the the Dwarka expressway project. However, the urban development authority is yet to clear the land in Sector 110A having 40-odd structures that are blocking development work, including laying of essential water supply, sewer lines and roads, before the oustees can move in.

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The draw of lots for allotment of alternative plots in sectors 110A and 37C to people whose land is to be acquired for the expressway project was to be held on October 7. But it was pushed back, following 100 objections that were received from oustees.

According to HUDA estate officer Om Prakash, the draw of lots for about 494 eligible claims would be held at 11am in the HUDA Gymkhana Club.

“There are about 284 plots on clear land in Sector 110A that would be allotted first after which the remaining claims would be allotted plots in Sector 37C, where we have 609 plots,” he said.

“We had received about 100 objections from the petitioners including misspelt names, measurements of plots filled up by them which need to be settled before going in for draw of lots,” he said.

Meanwhile, officials in the engineering wing of HUDA have expressed concern over removal of encroachments in Sector 110A in order to start essential development works.

A letter from executive engineer R S Bishnoi to estate officer Prakash on October 6 (of which has a copy) said the DTCP wanted development work in Sector 110A to start by October 15.

“It has been desired by the additional chief secretary of DTCP that the development work of Sector 110A should be started by October 15 so that the alternative plots can be handed over to the oustees of the NPR project. The tender for development works such as water supply sewerage and roads have already been called but the site is not clear till date. There are a number of structures and encroachments at the site due to which demarcation and levelling work are being affected badly,” the letter said.

However, the estate officer told  ” We will take up the enforcement drive soon, once the draw is finalised.”

NGT: Stop fragmenting Mangar with walls, fences

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Haryana government not to issue any permission for fragmentation of the Mangar forest, as it falls under the Aravali range. The order was issued after a city-based NGO filed a petition seeking prohibition of construction in the area.
“The state government or any authority shall not issue any permission for fragmentation of the area falling in Mangar, without the leave of the tribunal,” read the order.

The green court conceded the real estate industry was putting pressure on the ecology of the land, thus destroying its natural character.

“People are bent upon fragmenting the pieces of land for real estate development. In the process, they are erecting fences around plots they owner. Pending the decision in the matter, whether it is a forest land or not, any such anthropogenic activity which may promote fragmentation and consequent construction on such land, would be deleterious to the fragile environment of the Aravali hills region,” observed the principal bench of the NGT, headed by Justice U D Salvi.

The NGT, in an order dated July 20, slammed the practice of erecting walls and barbed fences on private property.

The court was hearing a petition, filed against permission granted by department of town and country planning (DTCP) to an individual owner of a one-acre property in Mangar village, to erect barbed fencing with DPC (damp-proof course).

“Permission for putting up barbed wire fencing along the property, granted in April 2014, was only an interim arrangement in respect of the land in question, and in no way can be construed as a blanket permission to erect fencing around lands in the area,” the order stated.

The NGT also restrained the state from carrying out any further fragmentation of the area falling under Mangar village or the Gair Mumkin Pahar (uncultivable hill), without its nod.

The petitioner city-based NGO Haryali Welfare Society had argued that any construction in Mangar should be strictly prohibited, as it is part of the Aravali range.

“The area has thick vegetation and is also a water recharge zone. We have always urged the state to identify this as a forest area. But if urbanization and concretization is allowed at this pace, the natural ecology will be spoilt, and with it, eventually, the chances of declaring it a forest,” said Vivek Kamboj, founder of the NGO. The court took cognizance of the petitioner’s plea and passed the order, “Till such a decision is taken, whether the land in question is a forest or not, the respondent shall not raise any construction temporarily.”

Haryana revises sub-regional plan, but builders must wait for change of land use licences

There is a ray of hope for real estate projects awaiting change of land use (CLU) licences from the state government. The department of town and country planning on Tuesday submitted a revised sub-regional plan to the NCR Planning Board (NCRPB). The builders, however, will have to wait till the board approves the revised plan.


Last month, the Punjab and Haryana high court had barred the state government from issuing CLU licences to developers or government agencies in NCR because of the same reason.

Earlier, the NCRPB had highlighted loopholes in Haryana’s draft of the sub-regional plan, but the government failed to incorporate the changes. After a rap from the HC, the state government submitted the revised plan on Monday. “We are now waiting for the board’s reply. NCRPB had asked us to add chapters on environment impact and special pockets in the plan. Other objections were technical like the mismatch of data and tables calculated both by the state and the board,” said Anurag Rastogi, director general of DTCP.

As per the HC order, the state still can’t issue CLU licences. “First the sub-regional plan has to be approved by the board. Then the plan for entire NCR has to be notified. This process may take time because Union urban development minister Kamal Nath hasn’t even studied the minutes of the last board meeting yet,” said a source in the ministry.

Moreover, the Delhi government has raised its concerns on the provision of allowing tourism activities in the Aravalis. “Resolution of these issues may even more time,” he added.

On January 23, a division bench of the Punjab and Haryana high court barred the state from issuing new CLUs without mandatory approval of the sub-regional plan from the NCRPB. The bench, headed by Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, was hearing petitions on alleged unregulated construction and development around Gurgaon and other NCR areas in Haryana. During the hearing, the Haryana financial commissioner-cum-principal secretary T C Gupta assured the bench that the state government would get the requisite approval from the NCRPB within two months.

The petitioners had also challenged contents of the proposed Master Plan 2025 and 2031 of Gurgaon-Manesar region.

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