Noida: Despite assurance from the builder on e-mail, the work on providing basic amenities has not been started at Futec Gateway, a residential society in Sector 75, Noida. As per the residents, there is no labour movement at the society as yet.
On June 25, the builder had sent an e-mail informing the residents about their plans to start work on providing basic amenities at the society. The builder wrote in the e-mail, “This time we will not let you down and it’s a commitment that we shall update you all about the development every fortnight.”
In the e-mail sent by Futec Shelters Pvt Ltd, it was mentioned that work on permanent electricity connection, second lift, fire safety work, water tank, increasing parking space will be completed by September 25, October 10, August 31, July 25 and July 30 respectively.
On the other hand, the builder assured that work on pump house, sewage treatment plant, swimming pool and club, common area, water connection will be completed by August 31, October 15, August 25, September 30 and October 25 respectively.
Sunil Gupta, a resident of the society said, “The builder promises to start the work often. He sent an e-mail on June 25 and assured that work will start from June 30. But, it is already July 12 and there is no labour movement in the society. We all are waiting for the work to start.”
Another resident and owner of flat number A2-604, Rajeev Malkani said, “The society lacks proper infrastructure. The residents get trapped inside the lifts. There is only one lift in the society and it doesn't work properly. We had complained many times. They have shared the work completion schedule. Let's see when the work will start.”
CitySpidey contacted the builder to know about their action. Builder Sanjeev Sharma said, “We have shared the work completion schedule to the residents and I assure that the work will be completed on the respective dates.”
The residents have been protesting against the lack of basic facilities at the society. On June 27, the residents had protested to raise the issues. The residents had raised the issues of frequent power cuts, insufficient number of lifts, inadequate water supply and lack of adequate parking space.