Will Amrapali Dream Valley ever be a reality?
In a protest against low manpower and sluggish progress at Amrapali's Dream Valley project in Noida Extension, homebuyers visited the site to assess the situation for themselves. About 250 buyers met Ram Kumar Singh, director of Amrapali Dream Valley, and RK Tiwari, general manager of the construction company, at the site on Sunday.
Buyers alleged that Amrapali officials had claimed a workforce of 700 at the construction site round the clock. However, their visit revealed just about 60 workers on the job.
Buyers complained that they had invested in the project in 2010, with possession due in November 2014. However, even after two years post due date, work was far from complete, let alone chances of possession any time soon. Most homebuyers claimed that they had already paid 70 to 95 per cent of their flat costs.
Sunit Singh, a buyer, told City Spidey that the construction work of the project was only 40 per cent complete. “There were few workers at the site and construction of most towers hasn't even been started,” added Singh.
Another buyer, Rajendra Verma, said that the director of the project assured them that 1,500 workers would be seen working at the site by the end of the month.
RK Tiwari, general manager of the project, told City Spidey that they would work according to the plan and start handing over flats by the end of 2018.