A group of homebuyers in Lotus Boulevard, Sector 100, Noida, met Rama Raman, Chairman and CEO of Noida Authority, on Monday. At the meeting, buyers presented their grievances to Raman in a letter, demanding immediate action against 3C, the builder.
Here are the key points of the letter:
How long will we wait? The delivery of flats in Lotus Boulevard has been delayed by more than three years. The developer, 3C, had promised to hand over the keys within 39 months of booking a flat, much of which happened in 2009-2010. The builder, homebuyers said, used the money collected from them to fund another project, resulting in the delay. They demanded the Authority initiate action to ensure quick delivery of flats.
Consent is necessary: The super built-up area in towers 22 to 30 was increased by the developer without the consent of homebuyers. As a result, people who have bought homes in the towers will have to bear extra charges, which the builder will collect on possession. This increase in super built-up area without homebuyers' consent is a violation of the UP Apartment Act, 2010, and the homebuyers want the builder punished.