Gurugram: Three committees to resolve issues of CHD Developers, Ramprastha Group projects – ET RealEstate

GURUGRAM: Around 250 buyers of around 90 residential projects in Gurgaon attended the first ‘Justice for homebuyers’ meet organised by Badshapur MLA Rakesh Daultabad at John Hall in Civil Lines. Apart from the MLA, officials from the district administration, department of town and country planning (DTCP), H-Rera, Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon and police were also present.

Daultabad directed officials to form three special committees in consultation with DTCP and H-Rera for speedy resolution of matters relating to projects under two private builders — CHD Developers Ltd and Ramprastha Group — as well as those under HSIIDC in Manesar.

A senior DTCP official said most of the complaints centred on high maintenance charges in affordable houses, poor construction quality and demands for structural audit of projects, absence of roads, pending occupation certificates and lack of amenities.

Meanwhile, buyers attending the meeting complained of lack of adherence to social distancing norms and “chaos”; many returned disappointed as they didn’t get an opportunity to share their problems with officials.

“The biggest concern was that no social distancing norms were followed at the meeting. Also, sanitisers were kept there, but no thermal scanning was done,” said Vishal Rekhi, a resident of CHD Avenue 71.

Another participant, Anurag Upadhyay from Ramprastha Skyz society, said such meetings will help buyers only if officials are able to provide solutions to their issues.

A DTCP official said strict action will be taken on all the complaints within 30 days, including filing of FIRs against the defaulting builders.

“Most departments are aware of the issues raised in the meeting. Working on solutions would be better, rather than discussing the problems again and again,” another official said.

Asked about the deadline to resolve the issues discussed in the meeting, MLA Rakesh Daultabad said they are of different natures. “Some can be resolved in one month, while others may take a few months. We will hold the meet regularly and deadlines will be fixed for the issues separately,” he said.

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