Mayfield Garden: Five Gurugram developers booked for incomplete project
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Mayfield Garden: Five Gurugram developers booked for incomplete project

The charge of violation of building norms was slapped on them.

Mayfield Garden: Five Gurugram developers booked for incomplete project

Gurugram: An FIR has been lodged against five real estate developers for failing to complete Mayfield Garden project. Apart from incomplete structure, the charge of violation of building norms under Section 10 of the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Area Act, 1975 was slapped on them. 

Based on a complain filed by the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) at Sector 50 police station, the case has been registered. Sheetal International, Satsudha Investment, New India City Developer, Northstar Apartments and Ajay lmpex are the five developers named in the FIR.

According to a DTCP official, the companies failed to complete the assigned  Mayfield Garden project. It is residential colony spread over 327.73 acres in Sector-45, 50, 52 57.

According to the official, the developer owes external development charges of Rs. 123 crore, and 28 of 32 bank guarantees. they have not been renewed despite repetate notices. 

The developers have failed to renew the revised service plan for the colony, not  the fire safety equipments have been installed.

In the complaint, the DTCP stated that a show-cause notice was already issued to the developers on July 23, 2013, wherein they were directed to pay outstanding dues. They have faltered in the construction and operationalisation of the 66KV station within a year.

Among the other charges against them is non-completion of the construction of community buildings within the stipulated period of 18 months.

The project was intended to be developed in 13 blocks, including C, D, K, J, M, N blocks. Other blocks comprised Logistica, White House, Princeton Estate, M2K Ora, The Palladians, Orchid Island, Today Blossom 1 and 2. Over 20,000 families are residing here.

In 2012, on the complaint of the residents, the Lokayukta court directed the DTCP to ensure the completion of work in the colony. However, the developers failed to comply, resulting in cancellation of completion certificate.