Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited is yet to receive a TMC of approximately over Rs 30 lakh from the ten societies collectively.
Following the non-payment of Township Maintenance Charge (TMC) by as many as ten societies for the month of May, the Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited (CIPL) on Tuesday held a meeting with the residents, assuring them of resolving their grievances soon.
CIPL is the agency which looks after the maintenance of Crossings Republik.
“In the meeting, the CIPL promised the residents of issuing a work order to meet our demands by May 21 while the work would begin in the last week of the month,” informed Ujjawal Mishra, secretary of Crossings Republik Owners and Members Association (CROMA).
“We have decided to release the maintenance charge once the work starts,” added Mishra.
TMC is a monthly fee of 30 paise per sqft which CIPL charges from each flat to maintain the township. Roughly, the CIPL is yet to receive a TMC of more than Rs 30 lakh from the ten societies collectively.
Last month, residents of Crossings Republik and CROMA had protested against shoddy maintenance work by the CIPL and warned the maintenance agency for discontinuation of TMC if their demands were not met soon.
Their demands include a patchwork of dilapidated parts of the roads, pavements, and hedges with better security and sanitation of the township to which the CIPL agreed.
“The agency has decided to build the dilapidated roads all over instead of doing just the patchwork," a statement by CROMA said.