The AOA has written a letter to the builder complaining that the maintenance services provided are not up to the mark.
The residents of Supertech Capetown, a high-rise in Noida’s Sector 74, on Tuesday demanded that the builder hand over the maintenance of the flats to the association formed by them.
The residents also complained that the maintenance services provided by the builder are not up to the mark. The residents alleged that though they have been paying hefty maintenance fee, the quality of services offered is sub-standard.
KK Sharma, secretary of apartment owners’ association (AOA) of Supertech Capetown, said that the association was formed last month and it immediately wrote a letter to RK Arora, chairman and managing director of Supertech Limited, informing him that they want to take over the maintenance of the society.
The registration of AOA is in progress and is expected to be completed soon.
Sharma said that they have told the developer that though the residents have been paying maintenance charges and taxes applicable, but the services given are not satisfactory. The residents are extremely unhappy with the quality of services given.
Keeping this in view, the AOA has decided to take over the maintenance responsibilities. “We want to change the agency appointed by the developer for providing cleaning of common areas and security from July 1. We have also sought time for a meeting with the developer to discuss smooth hand over of management responsibilities,” said Sharma.