Demand Upgrade of Civic Amenities and Revoking of Ban on Four-floor Buildings, ET RealEstate

January 4, 2024
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gurugram rwas write to haryana cm want ban on four floor buildings revoked


GURUGRAM: Around seven residents welfare associations, including Sushant Lok Extension and Palam Vihar, have written to the chief minister’s office demanding upgrade of civic amenities in the licenced colonies. The associations also sought revoking of ban on stilt plus four floors citing loss to the plot owners who are unable to carry out construction despite buying plots at market rates.

The civic infrastructure upgrade has been pending for the past many years and the residents have been facing problems related to sewage, water and electricity.

Sector 51 RWA, in its letter to the CM, said, “We just need basic civic amenities and infrastructure maintenance. Main problem of Gurgaon is poor drainage system of rain water and blockage of sewer lines due to which sewage keeps overflowing onto roads. It requires regular maintenance and upgrades by the government bodies, including MCG and GMDA.”

The association also demanded that ban on stilt plus four floors be revoked as it is causing loss to plot owners. “Even without four floors, the existing infrastructure is overburdened. Therefore only four floors cannot be blamed,” said RWA members.

According to the letter written by RWAs of Sushant Lok 2 and 3, there is a need to strengthen the infrastructure of the colony. “If the municipal corporation and GMDA strengthen the infrastructure, the residents have no problem opening stilt plus four floors, but by banning it, it will be a violation of the rights of the plot owners who have not built four floors,” they said.

Members of Sector 52 RWA said, “For joint and large families staying in a house sized 60/100/160 sqyd the space is too little. They require four floors to accommodate their family needs. There are 30-40% houses constructed with stilt plus four floors in the last 4 years, which does not have any adverse impact on the sector residents.” Many residents in licenced colonies are however not in favour of stilt plus four floors citing extra burden on the already crumbling infrastructure.

President of Gurgaon home developers and plot owners association (GHDPA) Narendra Yadav demanded that the state government implement the old zoning policy.

  • Published On Jan 4, 2024 at 09:05 AM IST

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