Gurugram MLA to raise homebuyers concern at justice meet – ET RealEstate

NEW DELHI: Residents of posh housing societies of Gurugram facing issues such as high maintenance cost, bad quality of construction and lack of infrastructure, will get a chance to raise the matter with authority convened, who will solve the issue within stipulated time.

Rakesh Daultabad, Member of Legislative Assembly from Badhshahpur, which covers 70% of the Gurugram city, has decided to bring all the stakeholders at a common platform and promises step-wise solution.

Daultabad has planned a justice for homebuyers meet on July 26, where representatives from local authority and police will be present to provide solution to homebuyers.

“A lot of builders are not providing services as per the agreement and homebuyers have been raising the issue at several platforms. We don’t want the homebuyers to suffer any further and run to get the problem solved. Responsibility will be fixed at the common platform,” Daultabad told ET.

The MLA said that representation from 73 housing societies have been received so far and more are expected to come. The issues that homebuyers are raising include maintenance charge, lack of service by builder and high electricity charges.

Homebuyers said that due to Covid, a lot of builders are facing financial crunch and increasing maintenance charge.

“Connectivity is another issue in many societies as authority has not constructed sector road. In some societies, power and water connection has not been provided. Due to multiplicity of authority, it is difficult to get the work done in Gurugram,” said Pradeep Rahi, president of Ramprastha city.

The problem of infrastructure is more in New Gurgaon, as over 36,000 residents hope basic amenities in their area will improve.

With over 100,000 flats in various stages of construction along the Dwarka-Gurgaon expressway, the main concerns of the residents are broken water pipelines, damaged roads, poor connectivity to the main highway and lack of permanent electricity connections.

The residents have been contacting politicians and asking them to include the issue of the area’s development in their election manifestos and keep it as a priority for the new government. The politicians, keeping the vote bank in mind, have visited the area and promised to expedite the matter.

Last week, residents of Ireo Victor Valley condominiums in Gurugram had protested against the developer for lack of promised amenities by the builder.

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