Besides the random allotment of parking spaces, which invited the wrath of the residents recently, there are other issues that are bothering the people living in the Greater Noida West's Green Arch society.
Residents living in Block-A have complained that rapid construction work, going on in the adjoining under-construction high-rise – Himalaya Pride, is creating nuisance for them.
“Construction work is being carried out without covering the building with green shed and therefore, dust and big-size concrete directly fall in our society. Under-construction building is hardly 30-40 feet away from Green Arch. People living in this particular block cannot even walk along the lane during the daytime,” one of the residents from Block-A told City Spidey.
“Glasses of 2-3 cars got damaged due to the continuous falling of big-size concrete from the building. We had even approached the person supervising the construction work and requested him to follow safety measures so that it does not harm our society,” Naval Singh, a resident who lives in the same block added.
Stray dogs roaming around in the basement parking or within the society premises is another concern for the residents. Fortunately, there are no reports of dog-biting incidents yet but these dogs, roaming freely in different groups, give a sense of fear amongst kids and elderly.
Concerned about all these issues, the residents of the society are demanding the management to take prompt action.TAGS: Greater Noida news / Green Arch society / residents / issues / problems / stray dogs / construction work / concrete / complaint / management