MCG team to prepare reports of infrastructure deficiency in 11 private colonies

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MCG team to prepare reports of infrastructure deficiency in 11 private colonies

As many as 11 private colonies are to be taken over by the MCG

MCG team to prepare reports of infrastructure deficiency in 11 private colonies

Gurugram: Municipal Commissioner of Gurugram Mukesh Kumar Ahuja has directed the officials to constitute a special team to prepare detailed reports of the infrastructure deficiency according to the service estimate from the eight colonies developed by the private developers in the city.

The direction came during the review meeting held on Wednesday regarding the takeover of 11 private colonies by the civic body.

As many as 11 private colonies including Mayfield Garden, Malibu Towne, Vipul World, Sushant Lok-2, Sushant Lok-3, Greenwood City, Rosewood City, Ardee City, Uppal Housing, DLF Phase-4 and DLF Phase-5 are to be taken over by the MCG.

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The consent was sought from the developers who developed these colonies by the MCG. “Out of the 11 developers, except Ardee City, DLF Phase-4 and DLF Phase-5, consent has been obtained from the rest of the developers. Service estimates have been taken from these developers and further action is to be taken by preparing the report of the deficient works,” said an MCCG official.

Notably, a proposal to take over these colonies was proposed by various municipal councillors and it was unanimously passed by the house.

Since March 2019, the MCG has taken over South City-1 and 2, Palam Vihar, Nirvana Country, Sushant Lok-1, Suncity, and the takeover process of DLF-1, 2, and 3 are yet to be completed.

This has been a long standing demand of the residents of these colonies to be taken over by the MCG due to the deteriorating condition of civic amenities. “We have time and again demanding the early takeover of the colony by the civic body as we have facing several civic issues which have been neglected by the developer for a long time,” said RL Yadav, a resident said.