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  • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

    Facebook has taken most of the traffic and posts

    I'bulls users are active on facebook than over here w.r.t previously

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    • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

      The State Level Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC) has either rejected or put on hold all rental housing proposals placed before it for the mandatory green nod, citing the massive density arising out of the very nature of such mass housing projects.
      The panel has, in fact, not approved a single rental housing proposal since its first meeting in September 2011. According to town planning norms, the ideal density is 400 tenements per hectare. This means that a maximum of 400 families can live over an area of one hectare without bearing down on the infrastructure such as open spaces, roads or amenities such as transport, water supply and sewerage. Most projects before the SEAC exceed the ideal tenement density by as much as five to 15 times.
      In its last meeting, the panel denied environment clearance to two projects near Panvel — the 16-acre Arihant Akanksha and 28-acre Indiabulls Greens — for having a density of up to 2,000 houses per hectare. Also pending before the panel are similar high-density projects by Darvesh Properties in Mahajanwadi (Thane), Pranshu Developers in Nilje village (Kalyan), Dhariwal builders at Kolke village (Panvel), a project each by Square Feet Builders and Dosti Friends Development Corporation at Manpada (Thane), among several others.
      The rental housing policy of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) allows a total FSI (ratio of built-up area to plot area) of four. Of this, builders have to hand over construction equal to an FSI of one to the MMRDA and instead they get to utilise the remaining FSI of three for their sale component. However, many of these projects have tweaked norms to consume a total FSI of as high as six to eight.
      A SEAC member, who didn’t wish to be named, said the ambitious rental housing scheme will end up denting the infrastructure and environment. “The size of the houses is inversely proportionate to the density, as smaller the apartments in a building the more families it can accommodate. The rental housing buildings with houses as tiny as 160 sq ft and the builder’s sale component with its high FSI are together bound to put a great strain on services,” said the member. He added that while the earlier SEAC cleared 12 rental housing proposals before September 2011, the present panel hasn’t approved any.
      “We have no option but to ask the MMRDA to reduce the density to less than 1,000 houses per hectare by increasing the size of the rental units. This may decrease the number of units available for mass housing, but this is the only environmentally sustainable option before us,” he said. MMRDA sources said a policy on increasing the size of the rental units is awaiting the Chief Minister’s approval.
      Of two proposals that have been rejected, the Arihant project is in Palaspe village near Panvel and will have 6,500 apartments in over 24 highrises. The recreation ground, partly on a podium, would be merely about eight per cent of the plot area. In case of the Indiabulls projects, there would be 30 towers with almost 10,000 apartments in Kon and Arivali village near Panvel.
      As in the case of most rental housing projects proposed in the peripheral areas of the MMR, the panel has noted that: “Such high density will cause serious health hazards due to lack of adequate open spaces, lighting and ventilation and living conditions. Even in slum development schemes, the tenement density seldom exceeds around 1,200 tenements per hectare. In rural areas and areas not yet developed, it will have to be substantially less.”
      The SEAC has also raised serious concerns about the burden on the feeble rural infrastructure where municipal services as well as amenities like hospitals, schools, market, fire station and police station are not developed yet.

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      • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

        Dear All,
        Just now checked website and IB greens are offering 3800/- psft for group booking of 6 persons for phase I. IB team are aware that upon completion of phase I no one will buy any flat looking at the dense construction.
        Last edited by Ravish Singh; June 7 2012, 03:24 PM.

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        • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

          You can fight a case against developer in consumer court without hiring a lawyer
          Add comment | March 16, 2012
          Though consumer courts hear such cases, you need to be quick in reacting against the shortcoming on the developer’s part
          If your developer is deficient in services such as construction defects, maintenance or misuse of common areas, you can take the matter to a consumer court and fight your own case without hiring a lawyer.
          Things for which you can take your developer to court
          Construction defects: The final design of the house could be different from what you were promised initially. If you do not get the same design or outlay as mentioned in the advertisement or shown in the sample flat, it is a deficiency in services on the developer’s part.
          Price escalation: An alteration clause in your builder agreement allows your developer to take a unilateral decision on price change during the course of the construction. But this may not suit you.
          Misuse of common areas: The developer cannot sell the open spaces within the premise for setting shops and offices. Selling of common spaces of the complex may take away the extra space that you have paid for.
          Delay in compensation charges: Although the property possession cases are taken up by civil courts, you can approach the consumer court if the developer fails to pay you the compensation charges for delay in such cases.
          Timeline for complaints
          Though consumer courts hear such cases, you need to be quick in reacting against the shortcoming on the developer’s part. This is because once the developer offers you the possession, he is liable to take care of the deficiencies within a specified period of time. For example, in the first year after possession, the builder is liable to take care of damages such as leaks in water pipes or cracks in the walls. Also, it is the developer’s responsibility to maintain parks, parking spaces, clubs and other such amenities for the first three-five years. Beyond these time limits, the developer cannot be held responsible for any deficiency.
          Redressal
          Consumer Protection Act, 1986, provides a three-tier system of redressal mechanism. You can file a complaint in the district forum of the district concerned where the value of goods, services and compensations, if any, is up to Rs. 20 lakh. You can also approach the state commission for cases involving sums of money between Rs. 20 lakh and Rs. 1 crore and the national commission for sums above Rs. 1 crore. The hearing in consumer courts is taken on a fast-track basis. You may get the judgement in a single day if all the necessary documents are in place. If the court finds the developer guilty, it orders a compensation amount that the developer needs to pay to you.

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          • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

            Originally posted by Ravish Singh View Post
            Dear All,
            Just now checked website and IB greens are offering 3800/- psft for group booking of 6 persons for phase I. IB team are aware that upon completion of phase I no one will buy any flat looking at the dense construction.
            Which site? 3800 for clp or full down payment?

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            • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

              Dear All,
              When I try to open link documents no response. Please go to Google search and type "group Offer Real Estate". It is under adf plan for group booking.
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              Last edited by Ravish Singh; June 8 2012, 01:47 AM.

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              • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

                Indiabulls Greens - YouTube

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                • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

                  has anyone paid for installment beyond 21st floor in any sector?

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                  • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

                    people have moved to Facebook and updates are more regular there.. I have provided the link for people who would like to join.

                    http://www./groups/indiabulls.green.panvel/

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                    • Re : Indiabulls Greens by Indiabulls in Panvel, Mumbai

                      Indiabulls Golf City new project near Khopoli!!

                      Originally posted by keezpanvel View Post
                      This is their annual report it shows the savroli property as being launched in 2013.

                      they haven'nt done an official announcement yet.. i think groffer is already forming a group for this

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