Greater Noida: Greater Noida Authority has decided to set up community centers in all sectors of Greater Noida in the next three years. The more populated sectors will get community centers in the first year and the sectors which are sparsely populated till now will get them in the second and third years consecutively. The decision was announced by Narendra Bhushan, CEO of Greater Noida Authority during a meeting with the Federation of RWAs of Greater Noida and RWA representatives from various sectors on Monday.
The community centers will be set up in a phased manner and with each center having a different design. These centers will be designed to have club facilities, adequate parking facilities, and a common hall. Two rooms will also be built in each community center which will help the RWAs to conduct their official meetings or any other community event.
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Some other community issues were also discussed in the meeting. In some sectors, there were complaints about not connecting the sewer lines to the STP, on which the CEO instructed the water-sewer department to do the needful. Apart from this, the CEO also gave instructions to install direction indicator boards for going from the main roads to respective sectors and boards for blocks inside the sector. Instructions were given to get the vacant plots cleaned in the sectors and to impose a penalty on the allottee of that plot.
Devendra Tiger Advocate, President Federation of Rwa Greater Noida, says, “On Monday we had a meeting with the officials of Greater Noida Authority, we raised several issues with them. We demanded community centers, mother dairy shops, as there are many sectors which are very old but still lack these basic facilities. We also demand CCTV cameras in crowded crossroads on which the Authority assured that they will do the needful. One of the major issues that we raised was regarding the connectivity of NMRC and DMRC. As the metro from Greater Noida does not go straight to the botanical garden which is again very problematic”.
Denesh Bhatti, Advocate, Member of RWA, Delta 3, Greater Noida, “The roads in Greater Noida need immediate action. We raised issues related to cleanliness in the sectoral roads. Some drains are not covered so we raised that matter also. In several sectors, trees require trimming. We raised many more such issues and we hope that they will be solved soon”.