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    friends q cinemas is opened nd here r pics of q cinemas website ( kundli


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      The New Realty Hotspot Of Haryana

      Source: The Economic Times By: Santosh Kumar Publish: 5-April-2013
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        Originally posted by ruchika1 View Post
        this area of kundli-sonepat has the potential to become the best place of ncr in next 10 years.
        nice advise by a Senior member fact i live just close to pitampura metro station and planning to shift to sonepat as even i want to live in the best place of future...people of north west delhi atleast know everything about kundli sonepat belt


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          Delhi builder loses licence to develop colony in Sonepat
          Pradeep Sharma
          Tribune News Service

          Chandigarh, April 10

          The Haryana Government has cancelled the licence of another New Delhi-based realtor--Navjyoti Overseas Private Limited--to develop a residential project on 6.81 acres in Garh Shahjanpur(Sonepat) village.

          Anurag Rastogi, Director-General of Town and Country Planning, cancelled the licence for various deficiencies, including non-payment of external development charges (EDC), and non-submission of the environment clearance certificate.

          The developer was granted the licence on Novermber 27,2006. The licence, which was valid up to November 26,2008, was subsequently renewed till November 26,2011. On April 24, 2012, the developer applied for renewal of the licence up to November 26, 2013 .

          On July 17, 2012, an opportunity was given to the realtor to deposit 25% bank guarantee for the outstanding enhanced EDC with an undertaking. By February 12, 2013, an amount of 2.41 crore was outstanding on account of EDC, the Director-General order stated.

          Similarly, the realtor failed to submit a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the Ministry of Environment and Forests. The status of construction of EWS flats in the residential project was also not submitted.

          Meanwhile, appearing on behalf of the company, S.C. Kalra, senior vice-president, contended that a part of the colony fell in Sector 17 of development plan at Sonepat where the construction of sector roads had been held up due to stay by the court. The approach to the said site is not available which has led to non-launching of the project. He had submitted that the building plans had already been approved and requested for grant of some time to deposit the bank guarantee.

          According to the order, on the request of the company, time till January 31, 2013 was granted to the firm to submit the bank guarantees on account of enhanced EDC and an undertaking. However, the builder failed to deposit the bank guarantee and undertaking within the stipulated time period.
          Dil Jawan Hai To Jahan Hai


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            Never knew that there is any project by that name!! Thanks for sharing Krazy Bhai!


            • #76


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              What do you guys think of the While Lily by Parker VRC? Worth a good long term potential?


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                Delhi-based coloniser loses licence to develop colony in Sonepat
                Pradeep Sharma
                Tribune News Service

                Chandigarh, May 5
                Failure to undertake development work in a proposed residential colony in Sonepat has cost Delhi-based coloniser Jindal Realcon Private Limited dear.

                The Department of Town and Country Planning has not only cancelled the licence of the colony but has also taken over its administration to undertake the development work at the cost of the coloniser and the plot allottees.

                In his order dated April 22, Anurag Rastogi, Director General, Town and Country Planning, said due to deficiencies conveyed to the builder from time to time, the renewal of license had been refused and the said license was deemed to be cancelled.

                The Director General formed a committee headed by HUDA administrator, Rohtak, and comprising senior town planner, Rohtak, as member-secretary, and district town planner and executive engineer (HUDA), Sonepat, as members to oversee the development works at the colony.

                The decision was taken consequent upon the cancellation of the licence as per the provisions of Section 19 of the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975.

                The section enjoins upon the Director-General to carry out or cause to be carried out the development works in the licensed colony and recover such charges as he may have to incur on the development works from the coloniser and plot-holders.

                Jindal Realcon Private Limited was granted a licence to develop a colony on 13.31 acres in Sector 10 and 11 of Sonepat on November 27, 2006.

                The licence was valid till November 28, 2008. However, the company allegedly failed to apply for the renewal of the licence and remove certain deficiencies, resulting in the cancellation of the licence.

                Meanwhile, the coloniser has been restrained from selling of any unsold property in the colony.

                The public is advised not to indulge in any sale, purchase or transaction with the licensees in respect of the said colony, the order stated.


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                  Panipat to get land for plastic park

                  Sonepat, May 12

                  Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda yesterday announced to provide land to set up a plastic park at Panipat. It would help in promotion of downstream industries using the easy raw material availability from the Indian Oil Corporation’s Neptha cracker plant near Panipat in the best possible way, he added.

                  Hooda was addressing the inaugural programme of the newly constructed building of the Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology (CIPET) on the premises of the DCR University of Science and Technology, Murthal.

                  He claimed that the state government during the past eight years had ensured to provide all essential facilities like skilled manpower, land pooling, infrastructure development and congenial atmosphere for speedy industrial growth. As a result, the state had witnessed a growth rate of 9.4 per cent, he added.

                  Realising that skilled manpower was a must to meet the requirements of industries at the local level, Hooda said the state opened 489 additional technical training institutes and increased the yearly intake strength of students in these institutes up to 1,15,000 in the state.

                  For setting up of this institute, the state government had not only donated about 10 acres on the Murthal University’s premises to the university authorities but also spent Rs 25 crore for the construction of its new building, the Chief Minister said.

                  Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister of State for Chemical and Fertilisers Srikant Kumar Jena announced to reserve 25 per cent seats for students of the state in the institute. “Though, the institute is providing three-year diploma courses, undergraduate, postgraduate and research classes will also be started here from the next academic year,” he said.

                  He said CIPET had 16 centres with state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities in the country and was devoted to academic, technology support and research activities for the growth of plastic and allied industries in the country.
                  Dil Jawan Hai To Jahan Hai


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                    Builder loses licence to develop colony
                    Builder rued failure to develop physical infrastructure

                    Pradeep Sharma
                    Tribune News Service

                    Chandigarh, June 11

                    The Haryana Government has cancelled the licence of Chandigarh-based Gee City Builders Private Limited to develop a residential project in Sonepat due to default in payment of external development charges (EDC).

                    In his order, Anurag Rastogi, Director-General of the Department of Town and Country Planning, cancelled the licence for a residential colony measuring around 10 acres at Reveli village in Sector 17 of Sonepat, for non-payment of EDC, non-submission of demarcation plans and failure to obtain a no-objection certificate from the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests.The builder was granted the licence to develop a colony on June 8, 2007, for two years. The company had applied for the renewal of licence from June 8, 2009, to June 7, 2011, but no application for the succeeding period from June 8, 2011, was submitted.

                    While the process for the cancellation of the licence was in progress, the builder contended that it had not deposited nearly Rs 16.16 crore as EDC and Rs 60.7 lakh as infrastructure development-cum-service charges as government agencies had failed to develop physical infrastructure around the site.

                    The Haryana Urban Development Authority had contended that work on an external road between Sectors 17 and 18, which was adjacent to the site, had been allotted and the work on external sewerage was in progress.

                    On the date of final hearing on April 1, Rajinder Mittal, Managing Director of the company, claimed that the firm wanted to work on the project, but was unable to launch it due to lack of physical infrastructure. He requested Rastogi to allow time to deposit the EDC. The case was adjourned to May 6.

                    On May 6, company advocate AM Punchhi reiterated past commitments of the company. Seeing the past record of the company in not keeping its commitment to deposit the EDC despite being granted time, Rastogi cancelled the licence of the builder.

                    Why licence was cancelled

                    Gee City fails to deposit EDC amounting to Rs 16.16 cr
                    No site demarcation plans submitted even after 6 years
                    No NOC from Ministry of Environment and Forests
                    No application for renewal of licence filed with state govt
                    Dil Jawan Hai To Jahan Hai


                    • #80


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                      Lesson: avoid investing in unknown and small builder projects who cannot even pay EDC amounting to 16 crores.


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