Greater Noida: Acting on the complaint of residents, the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) on Monday issued a notice to the Fusion Buildtech Private Limited asking them to reply over the issues prevalent in the society.
The authority has asked the builder to solve the problems related to the club and community centre including all other points written in the letter and also to give clarification regarding all the points mentioned in the letter within two days.
On August 5, the residents of Fusion Homes, a residential highrise society in Greater Noida West, met the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Greater Noida Authority, Narendra Bhooshan and requested him to address the society issues. In reply to this, the CEO instructed the Officer on Special Duty (OSD) to look into the matter, for which Santosh Kumar has issued the notice to the builder of Fusion Homes.
The letter sent to the builder mentioned, “Fusion Social Welfare Society [FSWS] informed that the size of the community centre declared by the Fusion Homes Buildtech Private was 1,200 square meters, which they got verified through RTI. Instead of 1,200 square meters, 1,200 square feet of community centre has been provided to the residents.”
The letter also mentioned questions regarding club facilities, which according to the residents, have been made compulsory as it is not part of common facilities.
CitySpidey spoke to several residents of Fusion Homes Society. “I am a resident of Fusion Homes and Joint Secretary of Fusion Social Welfare Development Society (FSWS). There are lots of problems in our society which we had been raising frequently to the builder, but when there was no action, we approached the authority and DM for the same. We are very happy that the authority has sent notice to the builder and asked to submit a report against the resident's complaints. There is seepage everywhere in the basement, irregular parking allotment and allotment of parking in the driveway.” said Ashok Gupta, Joint Secretary of Fusion Social Welfare Development Society.
“We feel helpless as the builder is not willing to take action despite regular follow-ups. We hope the notice issued by the authority will bind the builder to take action. We are not allowed to use the club despite being club members due to illogical demands by the builder. Hope our plea will be heard and àction will be taken by the authority,” he said.
Shyam Srivastava, a resident of Fusion Homes Society said, “There are several issues in society like seepage, crack on the wall, the dispute between builder and some residents on CAM (Common Area Maintenance) charges. The builder is forcefully demanding the club maintenance charges from residents.”
He further said, “We had several discussions with our builder on the same but nothing happened. Finally, we decided to complain to the authority and met CEO Narendra Bhooshan and OSD of GNIDA and explained all our issues with all proof. The authority has issued a notice to the builder on the basis of our complaints. We welcome this step and look forward to getting justice soon. Authorities need to monitor these issues and take regular follow up from the builder so that the builder can not ignore this notice.”