The decision has been taken following a series of complaints made by the residents, who are frequent visitors.
The authority, in this regard, has issued notices to four developers- Trident Infrahome, Hawelyia Valencia Homes, Panchsheel Hines, and Crest Promoters.
Sources have claimed that such real estate developers, who have developed commercial establishments but have not left space for parking, are likely to receive notice soon.
“The authority has made provision for parking space and hence you are directed to follow the rules and provide parking space to the visitors,” the notice read.
Residents of high-rises, who are frequent visitors, have alleged the builders have developed commercial areas in such a manner that there is no parking space left for us. We are then left with no option than parking our vehicles on the road, making the situation chaotic.
“For each commercial establishment, there is a provision to create parking space for visitors. However, many developers have not complied with it. Service roads are fully encroached by car parking.” said Manish Kumar, a resident of Arihant Arden.