DTCP banned the registration and sale of the property
Residents facing difficulties because of DTCP actions have demanded that restrictions be imposed on homes that developers and not the developers own.
GURUGRAM agency: The Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) has been able to prohibit the registration of properties as well as the signing of sales deeds at Palam Vihar over non-payment of External Development Charges (EDC) and Internal Development Charges (IDC) and non-renewal of the license.
Residents experiencing a challenging time because of DTCP actions have demanded that restrictions be placed on homes owned by developers, not by them.
DTCP, on the 5th of August, banned the purchase and sale of homes in 18 residential societies comprising Palam Vihar, over violations of the License Rules and non-payment of dues, like EDC.
Gurgaon Home Developers and plot holders, the association’s president Narendra Yadav have met planners from the country and town planning offices to seek relief similar to the one offered for Sushant Lok’s inhabitants earlier.
Residents are experiencing a difficult time because of insufficient payment of dues by the developer.
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This is unjust, and the action by DTCP causes several issues for residents who are given a fee to the developer and all rights paid to authorities.
A few residents have said that it appears there’s confusion at the end of the line from authorities.
The revenue department needs to be informed by DTCP that the restrictions are placed only on properties owned by developers and not by a third party.
The tehsildars, shortly after the DTCP order, put an end to sales actions on properties.
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Narendra Yadav, who delivered a memorandum to the district city planning (enforcement) Amit Madholia, also said that similar steps were implemented within Sushant Lok phase 2 in the last month.
However, then the Department clarified that the order applies only to the properties of the developer.
Magnolia says he has received the notification from the organization, and the issue was examined with senior officials, and clarification will be issued shortly.
A campaign was carried out to seal the extra flats built for builders, on every floor of The Palam Vihar block C-2, with the assistance of the police.
The move was initiated because the lawbreakers began construction in 16 flats, which DTCP sealed. It has lodged and filed an FIR against the perpetrators.
The developers haven’t deposited the dues for these units, which include EDC. They have not bonded according to the terms and conditions stipulated in the agreement.
Furthermore, the license for many of these societies hasn’t been renewed following expiration, Madholia said.
Another DTCP official suggested that the Department could quickly seal the properties.
Although many of these properties were vacant, we’ve stopped the registration of sale action.
Most of the time, the developers have not abided by the conditions and terms that the license provides.
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