Logix Blossom Greens, Gardenia Gateway buyers raise issues with Noida Authority
Logix Blossom Greens, Gardenia Gateway buyers raise issues with Noida Authority
Avishek Dubey
Logix Blossom Greens, Gardenia Gateway buyers raise issues with Noida Authority
Photo: Samrat Roy

Logix Blossom Greens, Gardenia Gateway buyers raise issues with Noida Authority

Two separate tri-party meetings were held on June 12 between homebuyers, Noida Authority and builders of Gardenia Gateway, Sector 75, and Logix Blossom Greens, Sector 143, at Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra in Sector 6, Noida.

Both the meetings were chaired by AK Srivastava, ACEO of Noida Authority, and Santosh Kumar, officer on special duty (OSD), Noida Authority.

Logix Blossoms Greens meeting:

In the meeting held between homebuyers of Logix Blossom Greens and the builder, buyers alleged that Noida Authority had wrongly issued the occupancy certificate (OC) and the completion certificate (CC) to the developer as there were no lifts or firefighting system in the society, and other basic amenities had not been checked by the Authority.

Noida Authority officials were on the back foot during the meeting, with the ACEO asking the planning department to inspect the site again and assuring the buyers to revoke the CC and OC if the facilities were found not up to mark during inspection.

Buyers also alleged that they had booked the flat in 2010 and paid 90 to 95 per cent of the cost to the builder. The builder was supposed to give possession of the flats in 2012 but the buyers are still awaiting possession.

Mukesh Srivastava, the director of Logix Group, who was present in the meeting, said that the company would give the possession of eight towers by November, 2017, and the possession of the remaining towers would be given by August, 2018.

Kumar said that the developer has to submit a hard copy of this promise to Noida Authority by Friday.

 

 

Gardenia Gateway meeting:

Homebuyers complained that the construction work of the project was stopped two years ago. They said that they had booked the flats in 2011 and the developer was supposed to hand over the flats within 18 months but the project is far from complete.

Around 70 families are living in the society. Homebuyers said that the developer has not provided the basic amenities promised to them at the time of booking.

Tarun Kumar, a resident, told City Spidey that there was no connection of electricity and the builder was supplying electricity through generator. “Other facilities such as a club house and a swimming pool have also not been provided by the developer,” he added.

Sanjeev Sharma, CMD of Gardenia Group, said that the construction was stopped due to farmers’ agitation and National Green Tribunal’s orders. “At the moment, I am not in position to tell buyers the exact date of possession but we will send our report to the Authority within seven days,” he added.

Kumar, OSD of Noida Authority, said that the developer owed Rs 63 crore to Noida Authority. “We have given the developer seven days time to submit a tower-wise report to us that will be put on our official website,” he added.

Also Read

You may also like this

SpideyManage