any idea about the future prospects of hi tech city ghaziabad project? i invetsed in it 1.5 yrs back and still waiting for allotment. is it worth waiting anymore or should i take my money out of it?
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  • Originally Posted by na-murad
    any idea about the future prospects of hi tech city ghaziabad project? i invetsed in it 1.5 yrs back and still waiting for allotment. is it worth waiting anymore or should i take my money out of it?



    Wait for just 2 monts more i think its give u very good appreciation as builder opened their office at the site recently and some disputes on the land also resolved.
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  • Originally Posted by Amit Chaudhary
    Wait for just 2 monts more i think its give u very good appreciation as builder opened their office at the site recently and some disputes on the land also resolved.


    From where you got this info let me know as well .I m thinking to buy a residential plot in HI-tech city.
    thanks
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  • Hi,

    I want to buy a property in Gaziabad. Can someone please help me in this, I mean can you please tell me something about the posh colonies of gaziabad.

    Stella
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  • Originally Posted by na-murad
    any idea about the future prospects of hi tech city ghaziabad project? i invetsed in it 1.5 yrs back and still waiting for allotment. is it worth waiting anymore or should i take my money out of it?

    Hi If anyone have plot in residential plot in HI-tech city, will like to get for the investment for next 2-3 year. I heard about residential plot in HI-tech city will be in possession after 2011. So it is good investment for next 2 year
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  • Originally Posted by snehra1
    From where you got this info let me know as well .I m thinking to buy a residential plot in HI-tech city.
    thanks

    no news like that they are saying allotment and possession will b after 2011
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  • Hi,
    I also had bought a plot of 250sqyard in 2005 for which they said hightech township and everything will be ready by 2010 but till now they dont have proper land even.....
    Everytime I call them their answer is next month............. from last 2 years.
    Does anybody know anything about it? I m not sure it will come or not...
    please if anyone investing in this first enquire properly.
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  • No chances of any appreciation in near future in high tech city as builders are pushing crossings a big way. Better to offload when the market sentiments are good.
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  • There are better options available in Ghaziabad.You may try for Gardenia/ Mahagun / Eldeco.
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  • Haryana initiates fresh talks on land for Hi-Tech township
    “In Ghaziabad, Hi-Tech township is coming up along NH-9 and there, of the 6,000 acres required, only about 4,000 acres have been acquired by the developers,” said Kanchan Verma, the vice-chairperson, GDA. Abhijay Jha | TNN | August 15, 2019, 08:58 IST

    GHAZIABAD: The state government has initiated fresh talks on land needed for the ambitious Hi-Tech township after the Allahabad high court gave it three months’ time to resolve the issue.

    In a recent meeting that was attended by state government officials and representatives of different development authorities in the state, including the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA), it was decided that within a month, the authorities should hold deliberations with Hi-Tech township developers and decide on the matter.

    “In Ghaziabad, Hi-Tech township is coming up along NH-9 and there, of the 6,000 acres required, only about 4,000 acres have been acquired by the developers,” said Kanchan Verma, the vice-chairperson, GDA.

    “The state government, at a recent meeting that was held in Lucknow, asked us to assess the situation after talking to the developers and find out if they are ready to acquire the remaining land. The state has also asked us to assess financial capacity of the developer and file a report within a month before it takes a final call on the matter,” Verma added.

    There have been several protests by farmers from not only Ghaziabad but also other places across the state on the issue.

    Under the township and integrated township policy, the farmers are bound by law to sell off their land to select private developers. But as the land has not been acquired by private developers fully, the farmers are neither able to sell the plots to any other party, nor use the land for themselves. Farmers in the area have been demanding that the un-acquired land be de-notified.

    The developers of Hi-Tech township in Ghaziabad said in a statement: “We will be very glad to provide assurance to the GDA about our commitment to acquire the land parcel.”











    https://realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/infrastructure/haryana-initiates-fresh-talks-on-land-for-hi-tech-township/70685821
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