Greater Noida: Here is some heartwarming news for the residents of First Avenue, Gaur City, Greater Noida West. The residents are finally getting a separate connection for the water supply. The issue was pending for the last 5-6 years. Finally, it has been resolved after the meeting on November 26, 2021.
The Greater Noida Authority held a meeting with the flat buyers and builders of First Avenue in Gaur City, Greater Noida West under the leadership of Santosh Kumar, OSD of the Authority's builder cell. The residents demanded a separate connection of First Avenue for water supply. The OSD gave instructions to separate the water meter of each society, to which the builder agreed.
According to residents, the builder did not pay the water bill of Gaur city 1 plot which includes various societies and is currently around 6 plus crore. One of the residents shared that on an average the society's due is around 2 crore rupees which was not paid by the builder despite collecting maintenance charges from the last 5-6 yrs. As a result, residents asked to separate avenue connections and pay the dues so that going forward, they will be held responsible for their water bills.
Apart from this, the builder has agreed to return the amount deposited as IFMS (Interest-Free Maintenance and Security) charges to the Apartment Owners Association. The builder will also give NOC of the Greater Noida Authority, UPPCB, Fire, Electricity, etc. before the handover. Whether the STP of the society is running at full capacity or not, the authority would get it investigated. Apart from this, till the time the society is not handed over, the builder will take care of maintenance, safety, and cleanliness, etc. The OSD directed the builder to fulfil these demands of the buyers in time.
Anoop Kumar Soni, 34, a resident of the society said, “Discussion pointers have been signed by OSD of authority as well. We are hopeful our grievances will be listened to and residents will get their rights after this meeting. Further, there are more issues which are yet to be presented in future meetings”.