Just the other day UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath had asked builders in Noida and Greater Noida areas to give a finishing touch to their projects nearing completion fast and hand over the possession of 50,000 flats to homebuyers within the next three months. Now, the twin authorities have summoned the builders of 70 ongoing projects in both cities. While the Greater Noida Authority has scheduled a meeting with the builders tomorrow, the Noida Authority has fixed September 16 for the meeting.
The builders have been asked to turn up at the meeting with a detailed road map for completion and delivery schedule along with the number of homes that will be handed over.
“We have asked the builders to come prepared with a delivery schedule of all their projects,” said A K Rai, additional CEO, Noida. “The focus is on 39 projects which are near completion in Noida. Of these, 16 projects are those whose applications for completion certificates were rejected by us in July this year. These allottees had not fulfilled the laid-down criteria for completion and had allegedly filed their applications in haste to keep themselves out of the ambit of Real Estate Regulatory Authority,” the ACEO said.
Remaining 23 projects with close to 10,000 units will also be examined for their completion status. Out of the promised 50,000 flats in 70 projects in both areas, nearly 34,000 are located in Noida and 16,000 in Greater Noida.
Meanwhile, officials of Greater Noida said they have also called the builders. “We will meet regarding 30 projects, builders of which have submitted applications for completion certificates. These 30 projects will house nearly 16,000 flats,” said an official.