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Around 400 buyers of Manesar’s DLF Express Greens get possession after SC ruling

Around 400 buyers of Manesar’s DLF Express Greens get possession after SC ruling

September 13, 2019 in Dlf

GURGAON: Around 400 buyers of DLF Express Greens in Manesar, which were affected by the Manesar land scam, got possession of their homes between October 2018 and March 2019, over 10 years after they had booked the same.

This was after the Supreme Court directed Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) Limited to expedite the process.
The project was one of three developed on land that was later deemed disputed. In the two other projects, construction hasn’t even begun at ABW Aditya Niketan, while it is halfway through in Anant Raj Madelia.
DLF Express Greens was 95% complete at the time of the SC ruling. Consequently, HSIIDC had directed the developer to finish the project and hand over the flats at the earliest

We’ve finally got possession of our homes, after a wait of more than a decade. Now we hope the external infrastructure around the project also gets developed at the earliest,” said Vikram Kataria, who received possession of his flat last week.
The problems of homebuyers are far from over. A team of owners met Rao Narbir Singh on March 22 to press for quick completion of the external infrastructure in the society, but the Union minister disappointed them, saying it was not under his purview. “While we have got possession of our homes, the supporting infrastructure is missing. We’ve approached the developer as well as HSIIDC about this several times and hope the impasse will be resolved soon,” said another homebuyer, requesting anonymity.
DLF, when approached on the matter, did not comment
A further 800 flats are yet to be handed over, what with the verification of buyers by HSIIDC far from complete, making it impossible for these buyers to sell their properties.
The process of verification of buyers of ABW Aditya Niketan and Anant Raj Madelia is also under way. “We’re verifying claims of buyers. Once that’s complete, we can move ahead with the rest of the process,” said a senior HSIIDC official.
The two other projects are expected to take few more years to complete, said sources within HSIIDC. The industry body will first have to hire an external agency to complete the projects.
In March 2018, Supreme Court had reversed the acquisition of over 450 acre of land in Manesar, impacting thousands of homebuyers in three projects.

Sources: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com

OCs of 100 homes in Gurugram’s upscale areas cancelled

OCs of 100 homes in Gurugram’s upscale areas cancelled

July 4, 2019 in Dlf

GURUGRAM: The department of town and country planning on Wednesday cancelled occupation certificates (OC) of around 100 houses in DLF areas, Sushant Lok and Palam Vihar for violation of building norms and illegal commercial use. It has also asked the tehsildar of Gurgaon not to register such properties “without proper verification of records”.
When an OC is cancelled, water, power and sewage connections stand withdrawn from the building.
A DTCP team cancelled the OCs of 100 houses in DLF, Sushant Lok and Palam Vihar after it found that their owners violated sanctioned plans. The move followed a survey of the houses that got OCs since January this year under the self-certification scheme. Now, the total number of properties that lost their OCs in the past six months is 165. District town planner (planning) RS Batth told TOI the department has shared with the tehsildar a list of properties that no longer possess OCs. “We have requested him to update the same in his records so that the registration of these properties is not done,” he said.
“The move is likely to check the menace as the property owners will not be able to sell the same without registration,” he added.
Earlier in May, the planning wing of DTCP had cancelled occupation certificates of 38 residential buildings on Golf Course Road and in Sushant Lok 1 after a team of officials found that illegal commercial activities were going on in those properties.
Officials of DTCP said these residential buildings were being used to run commercial activities, causing loss to the state exchequer to the tune of several crores every year. As per rules, commercial activities are not allowed in residential areas, be it licensed colonies that come under DTCP or plots in HSVP sectors.

Sources: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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