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Two societies met the Authority to discuss builder issues

Posted: May 19, 2017     By Avishek Dubey

Residents and allottees of two housing projects in Sector 78 met Noida Authority officials at the Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra in Sector 6 today. They raised concerns about the incomplete projects and requested the authorities to intervene in solving this long-standing dispute with the builders. The meetings involved residents and buyers of the societies, Noida Authority officials and the builders' representatives. The meetings were chaired by Manish Verma, the additional chief executive officer (ACEO) of Noida Authority.

Meeting about Sunshine Helios

Residents complained that the registry of their flats was pending even after a year of living in the society. The builder was yet to clear his dues, owing to which it was yet to receive the completion and the occupancy certificates from the Authority. Residents also said the builder had carried out illegal construction in the society's basement. 

Anup Singh, a resident of the society, told City Spidey that the builder owes the Authority about Rs 30 crore. The Authority officials had asked the builder to deposit 25 per cent of the dues and start the registry of flats.

ACEO Verma said he would send a team on Monday, May 22, to check whether any illegal construction had been carried out in the basements. Any such construction found would be demolished.

Meeting about Assotech Windsor Court

Residents alleged that although 70 families had already moved in, the builder was yet to provide even basic amenities to them. “There is no playground for kids, no sewer-line connection, inadequate firefighting equipment and malfunctioning lifts," they said.

Buyers complained that they had already paid up to 95 per cent of the flat's cost. Most of them had booked the flats in 2011 and the builder had promised to deliver them by April 2013. But even after four years of the deadline, the society was still not ready. “The developer has also been accused of selling the same flat to more than one person," said residents. 

ACEO Verma said the developer owed the Authority Rs 110 crore. “I have given the builder 15 days to submit a tower-wise progress report,” he added.

Sanjeev Srivastava, managing director of Assotech Limited, the builder, promised to deliver towers E, F, and H by November 2017, July 2018 and September 2018 respectively.

TAGS: Noida / Noida Authority / Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra / Sector 6 / Sunshine Helios / Sector 78

COMMENT






Manish

Posted 6 months ago

Nicely covered the right information. Thanks a lot.

 
 
 
 
 

Manish

Posted 6 months ago

Nicely covered the right information. Thanks a lot.

 
 
 
 
 

Manish

Posted 6 months ago

Nicely covered the right information. Thanks a lot.

 
 
 
 
 

Pabitra Dash

Posted 4 months ago

At Assotech WIndsor Court, till now builder has not paid Phase one Authority dues which he was promised to pay by 5th June 2017 at authority tripartite meeting. Also, the builder has not paid Water and Sewage dues which he was supposed to pay by August 2015. Moreover, residents are living with temporary connection with a lot of power fluctuations.

 
 
 
 
 

Pabitra Dash

Posted 4 months ago

Till now Noida Authority has not uploaded Windsor Court's completion plan on its website, www.noidaauthorityonline.com/Builders_Report.html. No idea when it will be done.