Following several meetings with builders, resident welfare associations and residents at the Mini Secretariat, the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) on May 16 said that the maintenance of nine private colonies would be taken over only if it was satisfied with the current facilities in the colonies.
A Deficiency Assessment Report, which will contain the spot-survey and the list of deficiencies, will be handed over by the consultant hired by MCG.
V Umashankar, MCG commissioner, told City Spidey, “The report will ascertain if the current infrastructure in these nine colonies is according to the maps submitted by the builders to the town and country planning department and if the amenities offered will also cater to the future population projections. Once it is completed, the assessment report will be uploaded on MCG’s website latest by June 30.”
He added that after the report, the licensee would be given a choice to either fulfill the deficiencies within six months or transfer its maintenance to the MCG and pay an evaluated amount needed for MCG to complete or renovate amenities.
RWAs of DLF Phases I, II and III; Sushant Lok I and II; South City I and II; Ardee City and Suncity attended the series of meetings along with the builders DLF, Ansal and Unitech.TAGS: Mini Secretariat / Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon / Deficiency Assessment Report / V Umashankar / DLF Phase I / DLF Phase II / DLF Phase III / Sushant Lok I / Sushant Lok II / Ardee City / Suncity / DLF / Ansal / Unitech