People have alleged the builder developed common and open spaces as car parking lots and is now selling it to fellow residents of the society.
Following the complaint made by a group of residents to the CEO, two officials from the Noida Authority – joint architect Mukesh Goel and Archana Bharti on Monday visited Supertech Capetown, a high-rise in Noida's Sector 74, to inspect car parking lots of the society.
The team from the authority was assisted by complainant Krishna Kumar Sharma, who is also the secretary of the Apartment Owners' Association (AOA), during the inspection.
“Besides parking lots, they took snaps of clubhouse, open spaces and green covers in the society. Besides, they clicked pictures of the commercial establishments which are not allowed or permitted as per approved plan,” Sharma said.
People have alleged the builder developed common and open spaces as car parking lots and is now selling it to fellow residents of the society. Citing violation of the laid norms, residents of the society are now expecting a solution to this issue.
“We will wait for few more days and if the matter does not get solved, we will approach authority's chief,” Sharma said.
Meanwhile, one of the officials, Mukesh Goel concluded saying, “Our inspection is over. The report related to the inquiry ordered is getting ready and will be submitted to the officer concerned soon.” However, he declined to reveal the details of the findings made during the inspection.