Noida authorities ask builders for a road map to deliver flats in 3 months

Greater noida authority

Just a day after the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath asked the builders of Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway with pending projects to complete and hand over the possession of 50,000 incomplete flats to the homebuyers, the Noida and Greater Noida authorities summoned the builders of the 70 ongoing projects in their respective cities. The Greater Noida Authority has planned the meeting with the developers on 15 September and Noida Authority has pinned September 16 for meeting with defaulting builders.

The builders are told to come with a complete road map for finishing and delivery schedule along with the number of flats that have to be handed over.

We have asked the builders to come prepared with a delivery schedule of all their projects. The focus is on 39 projects which are about to be completed in Noida. Out of these, 16 projects are those whose completion certificates applications were rejected by us in the month of July this year. These allottees have not fulfilled the laid-down criteria for the completion and allegedly filed their applications in haste to keep themselves out of the ambit of Real Estate Regulatory Authority

The Additional CEO of the Noida authority said.

Other 23 projects with around 10,000 units also will be examined for the completion status. Out of all the promised 50,000 flats in 70 pending projects in both cities, nearly 34,000 are in Noida and the remaining 16,000 in Greater Noida.

In between, the officials of Greater Noida authority say that they have called the builders. “We will meet the builders regarding the 30 projects, which have submitted their completion certificates application. These 30 projects consist nearly 16,000 flats,” said a Greater Noida authority official.

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