District Town Planner (DTP), Gurugram RS Batth on Monday inspected a housing project being developed by Apex Buildwell, located in Sector 37C. During the inspection, he met several allottees who put forth a list of project-related issues.
According to a report published in Jagran.com, RWA president Ravi Chapola said that the application has already been filed for the 432 flats of 10 towers under Phase 1 but there are some drawbacks like the quality of the construction, swift movement of lifts which is halting the process.
The project was under wraps for a long time because of the non-renewal of licence. It has been renewed by the director of Town and Country Planning till December 2019, keeping in view the hassles of allottees.
During the site inspection, one of the lifts stopped working. Citing this, the builder has been instructed to bring No Objection Certificate (NOC) after conducting a lift audit within the next 10-15 days. In the same way, the deficiencies will be taken care of before giving any possession to the allottees.
The allottees also raised their concerns regarding the slow pace of work taking place in the second phase. In reply, Batth assured the allottees of monitoring the work at his level. He added saying that necessary guidelines have been given to the builder for speeding up the work.
"There are a few drawbacks in the project as per DTP directives. All the shortcomings will be removed within the next 10 days," Batth ascertained.TAGS: Gurugram news / local news on City Spidey / Gurugram news on City Spidey / District Town Planner / inspection / Apex Buildwell / housing project / Sector 37C / allottees / construction work / lift audit / NOC / shortcomings / renewal of license