RERA sent a show cause notice to its promoters in response to complaints by residents. Hearing is scheduled for April 17.
In response to complaints by residents of Mayfield Garden, the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Gurgaon, has sent a show cause notice to its promoters, asking them to appear before the authority on April 17.
Residents have accused the Mayfield Garden promoters of not completing road projects, cleaning sewers and providing electricity connections. TL Satyaprakash, former director general of town and country planning (DG-TCP) Haryana, had earlier refused to issue part completion certificate to the project on February 5 this year.
“We will present the facts before the RERA. We have applied for part completion certificate and our application is pending,” Ajay Shoukeen, manager, Mayfield Project, said.
Mayfield Garden is a plotted township developed by a consortium of five developers. It is spread over 327 acres across sectors 49-50.
“After the DG-TCP rejected the application by the Mayfield Garden promoters for part completion certificate, it had to be registered under RERA. The TCP in 2012 had cancelled the licence of Mayfield Garden and it was renewed later on certain conditions. However, the promoters again failed to fulfil the condition of providing the necessary infrastructure,” Satpal Thakran, a complainant, said.
Another complainant, DC Yadav, added, “We had no option but to file a complaint with the RERA. The promoters have failed to provide the necessary infrastructure as per the approved layout plan. They instead abandoned the colony and refused to take responsibility for providing basic utilities.”
The TCP Haryana had granted licence to a consortium of five companies — Sheetal International Pvt Ltd, Satsudha Investments Pvt Ltd, New India City Developers Pvt Ltd, North Star Apartment Pvt Ltd, and Ajay Impex Pvt Ltd — for developing Mayfield Garden.