DTCP sets up five member panel to take over Ardee City from developer
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DTCP sets up five member panel to take over Ardee City from developer

The Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) has decided to take over Ardee City from its developer and has set up a five member panel for the same.

Earlier this month, the DTCP revoked the licence of the colony.

Residents have accepted the move and said that they hope it will help in solving civic problems of society.

The committee has been tasked to fix an estimate of the amount needed to achieve deficient infrastructural works in the colony. DTCP will recover the amount from the developer and use it to implement the development work.

According to the provisions of Section 19 of the Haryana Development and Regulations of Urban Areas Act, the DTCP director has to carry out or cause to be carried out development work in the licensed colony and the costs incurred from the developer and plot holders. KM Pandurang, DTCP director, told the media that the department would acquire the colony according to the provision, and a committee headed by STP will prepare an estimate for the accomplishment of development work.

After acquiring the colony, the committee, which includes the senior town planner, district town planner (planning), district town planner (enforcement), a Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) executive engineer and a representative of the deputy commissioner of Gurgaon, will prepare a schedule to conduct development work and maintenance of public health services and electricity supply and check the registration of properties, receipts of instalments and maintenance of accounts and so on.

MCG councillor of the area, Kuldeep Bohra, told the media that people are happy with the move. It would help develop the colony as the developer has failed to achieve the infrastructure development work, and residents have been facing difficulties.

Praveen Yadav, the president of Ardee City RWA, told the media that a group of residents met DTCP officials on Saturday and urged them to take actions against the developer, but also guarantee that it does not cause any inconvenience to the residents. After the licence was revoked, the registry of properties in Ardee City has been restrained. DTCP must form a mechanism under which restraint should be only on properties controlled by the developer.

On September 2, DTCP revoked the licence of Ardee City. On September 20, Gopal Dass Estates & Housing — the developer of Ardee City — its directors and 13 of its associate firms were booked, for breach of the terms and conditions of the project licence issued by DTCP for the colony. The developer was also accused of fraudulently showing a portion of land controlled by HSVP as part of the township at the time of seeking the licence.

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The Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) has decided to take over Ardee City from its developer and has set up a five member panel for the same. Earlier this month, the DTCP revoked the licence of the colony. Residents have accepted the move and said that they hope it will help in solving civic problems of society. The committee has been tasked to fix an estimate of the amount needed to achieve deficient infrastructural works in the colony. DTCP will recover the amount from the developer and use it to implement the development work. According to the provisions of Section 19 of the Haryana Development and Regulations of Urban Areas Act, the DTCP director has to carry out or cause to be carried out development work in the licensed colony and the costs incurred from the developer and plot holders. KM Pandurang, DTCP director, told the media that the department would acquire the colony according to the provision, and a committee headed by STP will prepare an estimate for the accomplishment of development work. After acquiring the colony, the committee, which includes the senior town planner, district town planner (planning), district town planner (enforcement), a Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) executive engineer and a representative of the deputy commissioner of Gurgaon, will prepare a schedule to conduct development work and maintenance of public health services and electricity supply and check the registration of properties, receipts of instalments and maintenance of accounts and so on. MCG councillor of the area, Kuldeep Bohra, told the media that people are happy with the move. It would help develop the colony as the developer has failed to achieve the infrastructure development work, and residents have been facing difficulties. Praveen Yadav, the president of Ardee City RWA, told the media that a group of residents met DTCP officials on Saturday and urged them to take actions against the developer, but also guarantee that it does not cause any inconvenience to the residents. After the licence was revoked, the registry of properties in Ardee City has been restrained. DTCP must form a mechanism under which restraint should be only on properties controlled by the developer. On September 2, DTCP revoked the licence of Ardee City. On September 20, Gopal Dass Estates & Housing — the developer of Ardee City — its directors and 13 of its associate firms were booked, for breach of the terms and conditions of the project licence issued by DTCP for the colony. The developer was also accused of fraudulently showing a portion of land controlled by HSVP as part of the township at the time of seeking the licence. Image SourceAlso read: Two projects in Mumbai’s Hubtown gets Rs 355 cr from Edelweiss

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