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  • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

    Originally posted by VardaanG View Post
    I've paid around 2.32lac for 1230 sq.ft. (114 mts.) on 31st july 2013. fortunate enough because the circle rates got revised fromn 1 august 2013 onwards.
    Does not seem to be much difference in circles rate after the recent revision
    Mine is 1217 and I paid 2.49 lac.

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    • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

      I am just telling truth and buyers ae smart enough and not spreading any negativity.

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      • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

        Supertech Livingstone Galaxy tower payment plan issue

        Tarvani Ji We can plan to visit builder office by tomorrow morning .
        Last edited October 25 2013, 11:18 AM. Reason: email info removed

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        • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

          SLF, STP & Cremation Ground in Sector -122 , 123

          NOIDAएनबीटी न्यूज ॥ नोएडा
          शहर में सॉलिड वेस्ट मैनेजमेंट साइट बनाने का रास्ता साफ हो गया है। सेक्टर-123 में बनने वाली इस साइट के खिलाफ डाली गई याचिका नैशनल ग्रीन ट्रिब्यूनल (एनजीटी) ने बुधवार को खारिज कर दी। ट्रिब्यूनल ने तय मानक व इंजीनियर्ड डंपिंग साइट बनाने को कहा है। उधर, इस फैसले को अथॉरिटी ने शहर के डिवेलपमेंट के लिए मील का पत्थर बताया है। अभी तक वेस्ट मैनेजमेंट साइट बनाने पर एनजीटी की रोक के चलते काम रुका हुआ था। करीब 25 एकड़ जमीन पर इस महत्वाकांक्षी प्रोजेक्ट को बोट आधार पर बनाया जाना है। इंटरनैशनल पैटर्न के इस साइट पर बिजली बनाने की भी योजना है। जबकि हर तरह के गार्बेज को अलग तरह से इस्तेमाल करने योग्य बनाया जाएगा। अथॉरिटी ने एनजीटी की रोक हटने के बाद कंसल्टेंट कंपनी के लिए ईओआई आमंत्रित किए हैं।
          अथॉरिटी के पीई पब्लिक हेल्थ बी. के. सिंह ने बताया कि सेक्टर-123 में सॉलिड वेस्ट मैनेजमेंट साइट के निर्माण पर से एनजीटी की रोक हटने के बाद अब काम को प्राथमिकता के आधार पर कराया जाएगा। मॉडर्न टेक्निक से इसे बनाया जाएगा। साइट तक घरेलू वेस्ट को पहुंचाने के लिए शहर के अलग-अलग इलाकों में कलेक्शन सेंटर बनाए जाएंगे। जहां से वेस्ट की अलग-अलग छंटाई कर साइट तक पहुंचाया जाएगा। साइट पर वेस्ट के हिसाब से उसका निस्तारण किया जाएगा। नवंबर महीने में कंसल्टेंट का चयन कर इसके प्रपोजल को फाइनल शेप दिया जाएगा।
          सफाई का नया मास्टरप्लान जल्द
          वहीं शहर में मैनुअल साफ-सफाई के बजाय इंटरनैशनल लेवल के मैकेनाइज्ड सिस्टम को लागू करने के लिए अथॉरिटी ने कंसल्टेंट कंपनी के लिए ईओआई आमंत्रित किए हैं। शहर में सफाई के नए मास्टरप्लान के तहत कंसल्टेंट कंपनी देश और विदेश के नामचीन शहरों में इस्तेमाल होने वाली तकनीक का यूज यहां करने की योजना बनाएंगे। अथॉरिटी के प्रोजेक्ट इंजीनियर (पब्लिक हेल्थ) बी. के. सिंह ने बताया कि दिवाली के बाद कंसल्टेंट कंपनी का चयन कर शहर की सफाई के नए मास्टरप्लान को लागू करने की प्रक्रिया शुरू की जाएगी।

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          • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

            Next order in line is approval of Dumping ground CR.
            Wat a mess ?? Surrounded by all kind of shit .
            Noida side as well as NH-24.
            Broker kahan dukaan chalayenge ab ?

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            • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

              Originally posted by luvguru View Post
              Next order in line is approval of Dumping ground CR.
              Wat a mess ?? Surrounded by all kind of shit .
              Noida side as well as NH-24.
              Broker kahan dukaan chalayenge ab ?
              If they do it properly then and then only it would continue to operate..we have many examples where such plants have not succeeded..

              There is many a slip between coffee & the lip..

              Please also post on Noida thread...why this selective bashing of CR..

              Please read new technology, mechanized system..why are you not ready to give this system a chance..

              Either they will operate in an environment friendly way or close down..In no way general public will suffer...

              luvguru don't be a sadist..Chill


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              • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

                Completion Certificate

                GDA wakes up to the need for completion certificate Homebuyers in Ghaziabad won’t have to risk their hard-earned investments in projects where building plans have been violated. The Ghaziabad Development Authority’s (GDA’s) advisory to the revenue department makes a completion certificate (a document which ensures that there has been no violation of building plans in a group housing project) now mandatory for registering the property.

                What this means is that if a developer sells an apartment, he cannot get the deal registered at the sub-registrar’s office until he provides a copy of the completion certificate. Earlier, hundreds of homebuyers purchased and registered unauthorised flats under the impression that the registration ensured the legality of a property.

                However, many of them were later sealed by GDA because of violation of building rules. HT Estates, in a November 17, 2012, issue had for the first time highlighted the plight of several homebuyers who had bought unauthorised flats through registered sale deeds and, much to their horror, had their apartments sealed by GDA later.

                “The lack of coordination between GDA and the revenue department led to the problem, but now we have plugged the loophole. A completion certificate is now mandatory for the sale-purchase registration of a flat in Ghaziabad,” says Santosh Kumar Yadav, vice chairman, GDA.

                Yadav also says that GDA has taken steps to stop developers from handing over the flats without the certificate. “There was lack of coordination between GDA and the electricity department, too. The electricity department used to give power connections to apartments which did not have the document.

                Now, however, we have written to the electricity department asking officials not to provide power supply to the defaulters. Obviously, without power, possession of an apartment cannot be offered.”

                Yadav also says that he is moving against errant developers who have sold unauthorised flats. “Most of the building violations in Ghaziabad can be regularised by penalising the developers. We will take several other measures to make the developers fall in line,” he adds.

                The Uttar Pradesh Apartment (Promotion of Construction, Ownership & Maintenance) Act, 2010, which was implemented almost three years ago, already has a provision which says, “An apartment may be transferred by the promoter to any person only after obtaining the completion certificate from the prescribed sanctioned authority concerned as per building by-laws.”

                However, many development authorities, including GDA and Noida, have till now failed to implement the act. Many homebuyers were made aware of the issue only when Alok Kumar, representing the Federation of Apartment Owners’ Association of Ghaziabad, filed a public interest litigation in the Allahabad High Court last year.

                Now, though GDA’s attempt to address a pertinent real estate issue has been welcomed by all, the homebuyers say that unless the authority implements the apartment act in totol and plugs all loopholes, any half-baked measure will further complicate matters.

                “My question is, what will the GDA do if a developer does not take the completion certificate and delays possession? He already takes 95% money from the homebuyers during the several stages of construction and only 5% remains to be paid at the time of possession. Any other delay would mean more suffering for the buyers,” says Ajay Sharma, a sales executive, who bought a flat five years ago in a developer’s project which has still not been delivered.

                The buck does not stop here. There have been cases of completion certificates being granted for builders’ apartments in which building plans have been flouted. “Some such cases in Indirapuram are under litigation. In one, the district magistrate’s report has indicted the GDA for flouting norms to grant completion,” says an RWA member of a society with such apartments, on the condition of anonymity.

                However, the builders’ body, Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) NCR, holds GDA responsible for the homebuyer’s plight. While welcoming GDA’s ‘no completion, no registration’ move, CREDAI NCR makes some suggestions, which according to it, is in the interest of both the buyers and developers.
                Says Anil Kumar Sharma, president, CREDAI NCR, “It’s a very good decision. However, I think GDA should expedite the process of granting completion certificates. The problem is that when a developer applies for the certificate and GDA finds faults in the building plans, it takes months and years to sort out the matter.”

                “GDA’s indecisiveness harms both the buyer and the developer. Unfortunately, buyers get the impression that the delay is on the developers’ part. GDA should impose a penalty for the violation at the time of application for completion, collect the money and immediately grant completion,” suggests Sharma.

                GDA wakes up to the need for completion certificate - Hindustan Times
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                • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

                  Dont expect that from him ... check his previous posts on this thread all of them are only Bashing CR ...

                  Thanks!!
                  Pratts

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                  • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

                    Originally posted by pratts View Post
                    Dont expect that from him ... check his previous posts on this thread all of them are only Bashing CR ...

                    Thanks!!
                    Pratts
                    I know that very well..He was the one who wrote that ki F**** sa A..T..M to hain nahi Cr mein apne aap ko world class kehte hain...

                    Shit & all those words are common in all his posts...

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                    • Re : Crossing Republik Latest Updates & Reviews

                      Originally posted by dkppatiala View Post
                      GDA wakes up to the need for completion certificate Homebuyers in Ghaziabad won’t have to risk their hard-earned investments in projects where building plans have been violated. The Ghaziabad Development Authority’s (GDA’s) advisory to the revenue department makes a completion certificate (a document which ensures that there has been no violation of building plans in a group housing project) now mandatory for registering the property.

                      What this means is that if a developer sells an apartment, he cannot get the deal registered at the sub-registrar’s office until he provides a copy of the completion certificate. Earlier, hundreds of homebuyers purchased and registered unauthorised flats under the impression that the registration ensured the legality of a property.

                      However, many of them were later sealed by GDA because of violation of building rules. HT Estates, in a November 17, 2012, issue had for the first time highlighted the plight of several homebuyers who had bought unauthorised flats through registered sale deeds and, much to their horror, had their apartments sealed by GDA later.

                      “The lack of coordination between GDA and the revenue department led to the problem, but now we have plugged the loophole. A completion certificate is now mandatory for the sale-purchase registration of a flat in Ghaziabad,” says Santosh Kumar Yadav, vice chairman, GDA.

                      Yadav also says that GDA has taken steps to stop developers from handing over the flats without the certificate. “There was lack of coordination between GDA and the electricity department, too. The electricity department used to give power connections to apartments which did not have the document.

                      Now, however, we have written to the electricity department asking officials not to provide power supply to the defaulters. Obviously, without power, possession of an apartment cannot be offered.”

                      Yadav also says that he is moving against errant developers who have sold unauthorised flats. “Most of the building violations in Ghaziabad can be regularised by penalising the developers. We will take several other measures to make the developers fall in line,” he adds.

                      The Uttar Pradesh Apartment (Promotion of Construction, Ownership & Maintenance) Act, 2010, which was implemented almost three years ago, already has a provision which says, “An apartment may be transferred by the promoter to any person only after obtaining the completion certificate from the prescribed sanctioned authority concerned as per building by-laws.”

                      However, many development authorities, including GDA and Noida, have till now failed to implement the act. Many homebuyers were made aware of the issue only when Alok Kumar, representing the Federation of Apartment Owners’ Association of Ghaziabad, filed a public interest litigation in the Allahabad High Court last year.

                      Now, though GDA’s attempt to address a pertinent real estate issue has been welcomed by all, the homebuyers say that unless the authority implements the apartment act in totol and plugs all loopholes, any half-baked measure will further complicate matters.

                      “My question is, what will the GDA do if a developer does not take the completion certificate and delays possession? He already takes 95% money from the homebuyers during the several stages of construction and only 5% remains to be paid at the time of possession. Any other delay would mean more suffering for the buyers,” says Ajay Sharma, a sales executive, who bought a flat five years ago in a developer’s project which has still not been delivered.

                      The buck does not stop here. There have been cases of completion certificates being granted for builders’ apartments in which building plans have been flouted. “Some such cases in Indirapuram are under litigation. In one, the district magistrate’s report has indicted the GDA for flouting norms to grant completion,” says an RWA member of a society with such apartments, on the condition of anonymity.

                      However, the builders’ body, Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) NCR, holds GDA responsible for the homebuyer’s plight. While welcoming GDA’s ‘no completion, no registration’ move, CREDAI NCR makes some suggestions, which according to it, is in the interest of both the buyers and developers.
                      Says Anil Kumar Sharma, president, CREDAI NCR, “It’s a very good decision. However, I think GDA should expedite the process of granting completion certificates. The problem is that when a developer applies for the certificate and GDA finds faults in the building plans, it takes months and years to sort out the matter.”

                      “GDA’s indecisiveness harms both the buyer and the developer. Unfortunately, buyers get the impression that the delay is on the developers’ part. GDA should impose a penalty for the violation at the time of application for completion, collect the money and immediately grant completion,” suggests Sharma.

                      GDA wakes up to the need for completion certificate - Hindustan Times
                      Sent from BlackBerry® on Airtel
                      Its must do thing, it it will stop the extortion if innocent buyers.

                      However my worry is about illegal floors already sold in crossings....

                      1. What is fate of those floors....
                      A. If they are not approved what will happen
                      B. If they r approved how much extra we have to pay

                      2. Larger concern is builder in crossings used material to build say upto 18 floors (base and pillers strength) if now allowed to build upto 25th floor, doesn't it risk the life of all?

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