Delhi RERA tells DDA to register ongoing e-auction schemes
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Delhi RERA tells DDA to register ongoing e-auction schemes

The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) of Delhi has ordered the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to register all their ongoing e-auction schemes where plots, flats or shops remain for auction as of May 1, 2017.

The order came following complaints by the Residents’ Welfare Association of Rohini, where plots were auctioned in 2013 but development work was not carried out by the DDA.

Delhi RERA has said since about 150 of the 1,000 plots were left for auction by May 1, 2017, DDA is bound to register this scheme and any other scheme where it sells real estate assets after this timeline.

"We are going as per the guidelines and homebuyers' stake is a priority for us. Everyone in the real estate sector has to get registered, be it a government agency or private developers," said RERA chairman Anand Kumar.

The complainant in the Rohini case had alleged that DDA had been selling plots in this ongoing project and intentionally avoiding registration with RERA, NCT of Delhi. The respondents have also not honoured their commitment to construct peripheral roads. The DDA had said before that these projects were self-funded by the government and that the apartments would not be sold or given to the buyers until the projects were finished.

See also:
DDA's online housing scheme to offer 8,500 flats in Narela
Allotment of MIG plots in Visakhapatnam done by lottery


The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) of Delhi has ordered the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to register all their ongoing e-auction schemes where plots, flats or shops remain for auction as of May 1, 2017. The order came following complaints by the Residents’ Welfare Association of Rohini, where plots were auctioned in 2013 but development work was not carried out by the DDA. Delhi RERA has said since about 150 of the 1,000 plots were left for auction by May 1, 2017, DDA is bound to register this scheme and any other scheme where it sells real estate assets after this timeline. We are going as per the guidelines and homebuyers' stake is a priority for us. Everyone in the real estate sector has to get registered, be it a government agency or private developers, said RERA chairman Anand Kumar. The complainant in the Rohini case had alleged that DDA had been selling plots in this ongoing project and intentionally avoiding registration with RERA, NCT of Delhi. The respondents have also not honoured their commitment to construct peripheral roads. The DDA had said before that these projects were self-funded by the government and that the apartments would not be sold or given to the buyers until the projects were finished. See also: DDA's online housing scheme to offer 8,500 flats in NarelaAllotment of MIG plots in Visakhapatnam done by lottery

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