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Gurugram: HSVP’s estate officer among five booked for irregularity in allotment of plot

Gurugram: HSVP’s estate officer among five booked for irregularity in allotment of plot

May 6, 2019 in Haryana Government

GURUGRAM: The estate officer of Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) and four others have been booked for alleged irregularities in allotment and transfer of a commercial plot auctioned in 2008. The urban development authority officials are accused of changing the details of the plot holder.
The case was filed upon the complaint of Sahil Hans, a resident of Naraina Vihar in New Delhi. In February 2008, HSVP had auctioned a two- storey shop (DSS) in Sector 9, and Sahil was allotted the property for Rs 1.06 crore. He deposited Rs 26 lakh as initial earnest amount, while the remaining amount had to be paid on half-yearly basis.
After the allotment, Sahil was approached by Shiv Prakash Aggarwal and his son Rishi —claiming to be financer and investor —who wanted to purchase the DSS. “I explained to them that I only had the documents related to the allotment as the full payment was yet to be made. The duo convinced me saying that they would get the allotment transferred in their name as they have very good liaisons with HSVP officials,” alleged Sahil.
They also assured Sahil that the balance amount that had to be paid to HSVP, will be paid by them. After few meetings, Sahil agreed to sell the said property for Rs 26 lakh. The payments were made through cheques from the bank account of Pushpa Agarwal, sister of Shiv Prakash.
In 2011, Sahil received a call from Ghaziabad police informing him that about a complaint was filed against him by Pushpa Agarwal alleging that Sahil received the money from them but did not transfer the plot.
“HSVP officials informed that the plot was still on my name (till that time) but the address was changed to Shiv Prakash’s,” Sahil said. He added that all this while all the notices sent by HSVP was going to Shiv Prakash’s address while the department was holding him accountable for the same.
Sahil filed a complaint with the economic offence wing of Gurgaon police but action was only taken after he approached the chief minister.
An FIR has been registered at Sector 9 police station against the five accused under relevant sections 403 (misappropriation of property), 405 (Criminal breach of trust), 416 (cheating by personation), 420 (cheating), 467 (forging a document), 468 (forgery), 34 (common intention) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC.

Sources: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com

Gurugram: Projects with cancelled licence may lose land

Gurugram: Projects with cancelled licence may lose land

April 3, 2019 in Haryana Government

GURGAON: Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) is likely to take over the land of nine Gurgaon colonies, whose licences have been cancelled by DTCP. The department has formed a committee chaired by the HSVP administrator to explore ways to take possession of the land.
On Tuesday, the committee comprising HSVP administrator, district town planner and senior town planner held a meeting with representatives of the developers whose licences have been cancelled, and directed them to submit details of land, ownership, third party rights if any, amount of money they may have raised from investors/buyers, and if they had got buildings approved or begun construction. According to the officials, in most cases, construction hasn’t begun on the projects, indicating the lands are barren.
Earlier, DTCP had cancelled licenses of nine developers with residential and commercial projects in sectors 37, 74, 81A, 88, 95, 102, 107, 108, 110 and 114. All these sectors are along Dwarka Expressway, barring Sector 74, which is along Southern Peripheral Road (SPR). The builders have been restrained from sale, purchase or any other transaction related to these projects. The licences were cancelled for a range of reasons, such as non-payment of external development charges (EDC) and bank guarantees, not beginning development, not renewing licences, non-compliance with DTCP building norms, etc. According to sources, DTCP is yet to receive Rs 200 crore in EDC from builders involved in these projects.
After cancelling the licences, the DTCP director directed the Gurgaon deputy commissioner to prepare an assessment of the properties and liabilities of the developers and projects. If HSVP takes over the land of a project, it would be the first time that an urban development authority will take possession of land from a private developer for failing to pay government dues, or failing to develop a project on time.
However, it is still not clear how the urban development body, which is facing a financial crisis, will able to develop these projects, or what the fate of these projects would be. Officials claimed that investors and buyers would not be affected by the move, as the government would take care of their interest. In case HSVP takes over a project, the government would fulfil investors’ liabilities, an official said.
HSVP administrator Chandrashekhar Khare, who heads the committee, said they had a meeting with representatives of the concerned developers to know what they feel about the move. “We’ve asked them to submit details of the projects,” said Khare. District town planner R S Batth said work on most of the projects haven’t begun, and now they are checking whether developers had created any third party rights. “The department has installed boards on these plots, informing passersby to not invest in these projects,” said Batth.

Sources: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com

Haryana Government Tweaks Licensing Norms, Now Builders Can Buy Extra FAR

Haryana Government Tweaks Licensing Norms, Now Builders Can Buy Extra FAR

January 3, 2019 in Haryana Government, Real Estate News

In a step that would give leverage to the realty sector in Haryana, the department of town and country planning has amended the new integrated licensing policy, 2016, allowing developers to buy extra floor area ratio (FAR) in the existing plot and add more flats to their high-rises.

According to authorities, the extra purchasable FAR of 0.25, in addition to 1.25 which is already allotted, will help realtors build more affordable homes in cities like Gurgaon.

Floor area ratio (FAR) is the ratio of a building’s total floor area (gross floor area) to the size of the piece of land upon which it is built.

At the same time, the state government is keeping a check on the population density of group housing societies by retaining it at 300 people per acre (PPA). It was raised to 300 from 250 in May 2011.

This is the third major change made to the licensing policy introduced in the state since the new government took over in October 2014. The Khattar-led government has issued 231 new licences across the state during its tenure.

The amendments were announced on Wednesday by the DTCP. This will also be relevant in cases of old societies, where owners can engage a builder, who would rebuild their flats and construct a few extra units to recover the costs and make profits.
The extra FAR though will be calculated at 88% of the licenced area, while the remaining 12% will be reserved for housing for economically weaker sections (EWS) as per conditions of the licence.

The fee and charges, including licence fee, conversion charges and external development charges of the residential component will be paid at five-sevenths (5/7th) of the rates notified for that group housing society.

AK Singh, principal secretary (town and country planning) in the order stated that any required amendments would be done in Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Rules, 1976 and the Punjab Scheduled Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Rules, 1965.

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