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- CHALLENGES AHEAD
Buyers are worried about quality of housing units and additional floors added to projects, says Vandana Ramnani
After over a year of uncertainty, about 1.5 lakh middle-class homebuyers in Noida Extension felt their troubles were over after the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) cleared the revised draft of the Greater Noida Master Plan 2021. While this gave the green signal for construction of stalled projects, the buyers found their joy short-lived as there were no clarifications on disbursement of loans and the ‘zero period’ benefit to be passed on to them by the builders.
Worried that the developers would compromise on the quality of construction and construct extra floors to recover losses, home buyers want a written assurance from the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India (CREDAI) on a number of issues. They want no increase in prices, no change in the super built-up area, and no permit to developers to build extra towers in the new layout and no adding of additional floors. “If more floors are added, we should be informed by the builder about the additional facilities to be provided. Will we have access to better common facilities due to the additional burden of flats in case purchasable FAR becomes a reality?” asks Abhishek Kumar of Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfate Association (NEFOWA).
NEFOWA also intends to discuss the issue of ‘zero period’ benefit that the builders should be passing to the buyers at its meeting with CREDAI. “Developers ought to pay penalty to the buyers who have paid over 10%,” Kumar says.
“We also intend filing for RTI from time to time to keep a tab on the quality of the material used in the buildings. Some brochures mention use of ‘Kajaria tiles or equivalent’. The developer will need to specify what the equivalent is. An RTI we have already filed will require builders to inform us about any change in layout plans or increase in floor area ratio (FAR - which denotes the area a developer is allowed to construct on a plot),” he adds.
The Greater Noida Master Plan proposes to add 0.75 to the existing FAR of 2.75. This can be bought if required and will allow builders to add new towers or increase their height tower.
According to H K Verma, additional CEO, Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA), “A final decision on the issue of purchasable FAR will be taken only after assessing the objections received on the issue. The process will take time.”
Rama Raman, CEO, GNIDA, had urged developers he met last Monday to give preferential treatment to existing buyers and said that installments and interest on loans should be waived for both developers and buyers for the period October 11, 2011, to August 24, 2012.
“Homebuyers kept the faith and cooperated with and supported the Authority and developers. We have asked all developers not to levy any additional burden on them. We will also give time to the developers to deposit unpaid installments to the Authority,” he had said.
“Construction work was halted on October 21, 2011. So, the ‘zero period’ will be taken into consideration from October 21, 2011, till the date of the NCR Planning Board approving the Greater Noida Master Plan 2021. During this period, no installments or interest on loans will be charged from developers. We have also asked the builders to pass on any benefit to buyers,” Raman had said.
Builders have been asked to pay installments due for October 21, 2011, to August 2012, to enable the Authority to give the go-ahead for reming development work in the area. About R20,000 crore in installments from developers is due to the Authority for the land allotted to them in Noida Extension almost three years ago. The initial agreement states that the entire amount is to be paid to the authority in installments over eight years. GNIDA has already collected nearly R 300 crore from the developers.
Asked when it was likely for loans to be disbursed for buildings and apartments in Noida Extension, Geetamber Anand, chairman and managing director of ATS group and vice president of CREDAI National, said builders had first to clear all relevant dues and get NoCs and permissions to mortgage from the authority. Banks would be asking for fresh permissions for the mortgage.
R K Arora, chairman and managing director, Supertech Group, said site mobilisation had started and it would take some more days to start work in Noida Extension. The company hopes to give the first possession in two years. As for the benefit to be passed on to existing buyers, Supertech will not charge any interest for the zero period. Old buyers will get to pay the same rate at which they booked the apartments. “We do not intend increasing the super area nor the price for old customers”, Arora said.
As for extra FAR, he said Supertech needed to get approvals from GNIDA and if granted FAR, would add four to five more floors to projects planned. Before that, the structure would have to be strengthened and lift areas redesigned accordingly to increase lift speed.
As per bylaws, the ground coverage is fixed. “We can build towers across an area of 300 m out of which 100 m is still with us and we intend building towers on that. We will not compromise on green area as mandated under the bylaws,” Arora added.
The builder said he was planning to discuss the issue of free FAR with the authority. New bookings have been launched at the rate of R3200 per sq ft. The second phase will have the same specifications as phase one.
According to Anil Sharma, CMD, Amrapali group, “many of our projects are in the advanced stage. We will be giving possession in a year. Prices have not been increased for old buyers. As for the issue of purchasable FAR, we will be sending in our request to the authority.”
On recovery of losses incurred during the zero period, he said, “we are still left with 50% inventory in the first phase, we will try and recover costs from the launch of the second phase at R3000 sq ft. We will be launching the second and the third phase in six months. We will also try and use pre-fabricated technology to speed up work on the site.”
Manoj Gaur, CREDAI (western UP) president and managing director, Gaursons, points out that it will take about a week or two for actual construction to begin.”We are anticipating a delay of 18 to 20 months. We will not be charging any interest from the buyers for the zero period. We will increase the floors in just the new towers – which we have to redesign. There is lot of scope for more FAR. Out of the 25,000 flats we intend launching, we’ve offered only 8000 for sale in the first phase. We can make use of the additional FAR for the remaining units,” he said.
“We will be submitting a formal request for purchasable FAR to the authority soon. Formal letters would be required from the Authority to waive interest on loans during the zero period and start of construction. We will also request the Authority to start work on infrastructure projects,” he adds. The group plans to launch the second phase soon at a rate of R3000.
- POSITIVE SIGNALS FOR INVESTORS
The opening of the Yamuna Expressway and the approval of the Greater Noida Master plan,paving the way for the resumption of construction at Noida Extension,will go a long way in improving the investors sentiments in Noida,Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway.
It was a great week for homebuyers in Noida Extension.The NCR Planning Board has finally given its approval to the Greater Noida Master Plan,which includes the development of Noida Extension.
A few weeks ago,the Akhilesh Yadav government in Uttar Pradesh opened the 165km-long Yamuna Expressway,between Greater Noida and Agra,to the public.
These two decisions the opening of the Yamuna Expressway and the approval of the Greater Noida Master plan,paving the way for the resumption of construction at Noida Extension will go a long way in improving the investors sentiments in Noida,Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway.
The most heartening aspect of it all is that the developers of Noida Extension,where around 2,00,000 apartments and houses are likely to be developed in the next five years,are sticking to their earlier decision to absorb the increase in cost due to additional payments that they made to the authority and not pass it on to the existing buyers.
Before the land-acquisition agitation started,developers had already begun the construction of a large number of apartments,50,000 of which have already been sold.
As the developers had positioned the entire developments in Noida Extension in the affordable housing segment,they sold apartments in 2009 and 2010 in the range of Rs 1,800-2,200 per sq feet.
But after the courts cancelled the acquisition of land in the area,the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) renegotiated with the farmers and paid them additional compensation to sort out the issues.At the same time,the authority passed on this burden of additional payments upon the builders.
As a substantial number of apartments have already been sold,many developers,finding it difficult to recover the additional cost from existing buyer,have decided to increase the rates for new buyers.In addition,developers demanded that they be allowed to construct additional floors to absorb the extra cost,which they had to bear due to no fault of theirs.
The old customers are unlikely to be affected as the new rates wont be imposed on them.To ensure this,we have requested GNIDA to increase the FAR of the region, R K Arora,the CMD of Supertech,said.The authority has acceded to this but for a price.At present,builders are allowed to build 2.75 times the ground area,which the developers have demanded be increased to 3.5.
We have requested the authority to permit the extra FAR without any cost, Arora said.If the FAR is increased,developers can build extra flats,which will help them absorb the cost of additional payments that they made to the authority.
Manoj Gaur,the president of Credai,Western UP Chapter,says: It would give a boost to the economic activity in the area,apart from giving joy to the buyers and investors.We would like to thank the NCR Planning Board and other authorities concerned for having kept in mind the interest of the people.
It is now expected that the construction will resume in the next 15 days.Once the construction resumes,Noida Extension will regain its place as a destination for affordable homes.And with a provision for transport projects in the Master Plan,buyers will move into a place that matches their dreams, Gaur says.
Anshul Jain,the chief executive officer of DTZ India,says: There is no doubt that there will be an upward pressure on pricing due to the increase in the compensation to the farmers and the rising input costs.However,the region will still be much more affordable than Noida,Gurgaon and Greater Noida.With approvals in place,the demand will certainly increase due to the lower cost of houses,providing opportunity for both the investors and end users.
The USP of Noida Extension has been the affordable housing theme.The region saw heightened activity between 2009 and 2010 due to the launch of residential projects with an average per square feet rate of Rs 2,000-2200.At this cost,the dream of owning a home seemed a reality for most of the potential homebuyers and a lucrative investment opportunity for the investors,Anshul said.
R K Arora of Supertech says: This is a tremendous gain for all the homebuyers and other stakeholders in Noida Extension.Homebuyers were burdened with loan repayments and faced uncertainty about the completion of their projects;now they are relieved as we put an end to that controversy.
Arora says that new customers can expect 25-30 % in price appreciation of the units,as builders had to share the enhanced compensation to the farmers.But even when this increase in rates is factored,the prices here are still within reach of the customers when compared to other options in and around the region,he says.
DTZs Jain said that the last one year of turmoil in Noida Extension was a mixed bag for new buyers.Owing to the uncertainties looming over region,they had been sitting on the fence so far.However,now they can resume their hunt for their dream house or a lucrative investment opportunity.But now they would have to pay extra for the same house,which would have cost them less,had they gone for it last year.
But on the whole,the resumption of work is a winwin situation for everyone developers,homebuyers,investors and farmers.NAREDCO,the real estate developers association,said that while homebuyers,who have invested their hard-earned money,could expect to get their homes,the developers and the bankers who invested thousand of crores in these projects,would now be able to recycle their investments for better returns.It would also revive the business cycle of real estate in Noida,badly subdued due to this episode,and help bankers in bringing down their NPA,the association said.
DEVELOPERS OF NOIDA EXTENSION ARE STICKING TO THEIR EARLIER DECISION TO ABSORB THE INCREASE IN COST DUE TO ADDITIONAL PAYMENTS THEY MADE TO THE AUTHORITY AND NOT PASS IT ON TO THE EXISTING BUYERSCommentQuote0Flag
- NOIDA EXTENSION IN REVIVAL MODE
The NCR Planning Boards approval of GNIDAs master plan has breathed new life into the Noida Extension property market.S K SINGH writes
As one drives 7km from Noida City Centre and reaches the main roundabout (with four statues of Buddha),which marks the start of Noida Extension,what grabs your attention is the numerous stalls of property brokers that have mushroomed along the way.
The area around the roundabout is chock-a-block with them.As your car slows down,young men from these stalls rush up to you,waving project brochures.
Only a month ago,when this writer passed by this area,it wore a deserted look.Clearly,the NCR Planning Board's approval of the Greater Noida Authority's master plan,which is go-ahead for the projects in Noida Extension,has revived this moribund market.
Though Noida Extension comes under the jurisdiction of the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA),it derives its name from the fact that it is located adjacent to Noida.
Despite Greater Noida's wonderful planning and sound infrastructure,its distance has always been a disadvantage (Pari Chowk is 22km from Amity Chowk).Noida Extension does not suffer from this handicap.
Sectors 18,32 or 62 in Noida are barely 5-15 minutes from Noida Extension,on a brisk drive.This means that residents who move into this area first (when its own social infrastructure is not fully developed) can depend on Noida's infrastructure in the early days.
A number of key places are easily accessible from Noida Extension.NH-24 is barely 3km from the roundabout.Lal Kuan in Ghaziabad is 6.5km away.Yamaha Chowk in Greater Noida is 12km away and LG Chowk 15km.Anand Vihar lies at a distance of 14km and Amity Chowk at around 12km.
The area is also well connected.Its arterial road will soon be developed into a 130-metre-wide road - the very road that comes from Sector 121 in Noida,extending into the whole of Noida Extension,and ending up at Pari Chowk.
The UP state government and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) have approved a plan for a Metro line to the area.The line that currently ends near Sector 32 will be extended further along the 130-metre road to Noida Extension.
If you are coming from Sector 121 in Noida and turn left at the main roundabout (with the Buddha statues),you come to a 100-metre road that connects with NH-24 and further with Meerut Road.A flyover is to be constructed on this road that will ease the flow of traffic from Meerut Road to Noida Extension.
GNIDA has done a great job of developing Greater Noida into one of the best-planned cities in the country.The authority's planning acumen will be visible in Noida Extension as well.
First,there is the 130-metre road.Spanning one side of it will be a green belt that will serve as the area's lungs.The NCR Planning Board's technical committee,prior to the approval for GNIDA's master plan,stipulated that 16% of the total area be earmarked for green spaces.On the other side,land has been allocated for a commercial belt.Sector roads in Noida Extension will be 60 metres wide with all the main roads coming with service roads.
Provision for sewage lines,a power station,IT and other offices,commercial spaces,schools and hospitals and even a sports city of international standards,over 17 acres within the Gaur's project,have all been made in the master plan.
Depending on the location (proximity to the roundabout ) and the builder's reputation,the pricing of apartments in Noida Extension are in the range of Rs 2,700-3,400 per square feet.Before the farmers' stir began more than a year earlier,prices were in the range of Rs 1,800-2,000 per square feet.
A variety of factors have caused this price rise.Santhosh Kumar,the CEO (operations) of Jones Lang LaSalle India says that after the controversy started,the authorities decided that farmers were eligible for higher compensation,which would have to be paid by the builders.
Builders then went ahead and passed on the added costs to customers.With construction work coming to a standstill,supply also became limited.This too enabled developers to raise the prices of their unsold inventory.Inflationary pressures due to higher raw material prices also contributed to the price rise.Nonetheless,Kumar says the area will still find takers because prices are still perceived to be on the lower side compared to other areas.
Rizwan,a broker with Citi Prop Mart who operates in the area,says,"More than 50 projects have already been announced and the number could rise to 100 in the future."
The biggest developers here,based on their land banks,are Gaursons (Gaur City I and II over 250 acres;it will have 25,000 flats in all),Amrapali (Centurion Park and Golf Homes) and Supertech (Eco Village I,II and III).The others are Mahagun (My Woods),Ajnara (two projects),Patel,Nirala,Sam India Abhimanyu Housing (Palm Olympia),Exotica,Panchsheel (Green I),etc.Possession of these projects is likely to be handed over at the earliest by December 2013 or March 2014.
The regulatory situation
The NCR Planning Board has given clearance to the GNIDA's master plan.Sanjay Rastogi,the director of Saviour Builders (a partner of Gaursons in Noida Extension ),says: "The main hurdle appears to have been cleared because the high court,while placing a ban on construction,had said that the authority must get the NCR Planning Board's approval."The authority will now make a plea before the court to allow developers to resume construction.
Should end users buy
End users may consider the area because it is attractive.Manoj Gaur,the managing director of Gaursons India,says: "Factors like location,infrastructure and pricing make it perhaps the most attractive destination in the NCR today.Usually,one finds that if location and infrastructure are good,prices tend to be high.Here,as the volume of construction being undertaken is high and the FAR (floor area ratio) allowed is high,prices are reasonable for end users."
Kumar of JLL India sounded a note of caution saying that buyers will only put their money when construction on stalled projects begins.Besides,many developers still have to obtain all the necessary approvals,he says.Only when these have been obtained will the banks start giving loans to buyers in these projects.
Before purchasing a project,ask for the builder's papers to ensure that his project land is not disputed.Also,take a look at the master plan to ensure that the project's location is favourable.Finally,go with a builder who has a track record of several finished projects;whether you can afford reputed builders will,of course,depend on your budget,as their projects tend to be more expensive.
A sound bet for investors
Investors who purchased flats here a year or so earlier,in the Rs 1,800-2,000 per square feet range,have already reaped good appreciation with prices rising to the Rs 2,700-3,400 level.The market is now likely to take a breather,as the supply is likely to increase in future with about 2 lakh units planned here.
Kumar of JLL India says that prices are likely to stay stable at current levels for a couple of quarters or climb only marginally.Gaur of Gaursons says that the next spurt will happen about a year and a half later when builders start giving possession of flats.Thereafter,the next spurt could come,he says,when the Metro line becomes operational.Hence,only the patient investor should enter this market now.
DESPITE GREATER NOIDAS WONDERFUL PLANNING AND SOUND INFRASTRUCTURE,ITS DISTANCE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A DISADVANTAGE (PARI CHOWK IS 22KM FROM AMITY CHOWK).NOIDA EXTENSION DOES NOT SUFFER FROM THIS HANDICAP
A NUMBER OF KEY PLACES ARE EASILY ACCESSIBLE FROM NOIDA EXTENSION.NH-24 IS BARELY 3KM FROM THE ROUNDABOUT.LAL KUAN IN GHAZIABAD IS 6.5KM AWAY.YAMAHA CHOWK IN GREATER NOIDA IS 12KM AWAY AND LG CHOWK 15KM.ANAND VIHAR LIES AT A DISTANCE OF 14KM AND AMITY CHOWK AT AROUND 12KM FROM HERE
- बिल्डरों से जल्दी वसूला जाएगा किस्तों का पैसा
मास्टर प्लान पर मंजूरी के बाद शहर में अधूरे पड़े विकास कार्यो को पूरा करने के आदेश दिए गए हैं। वित्त विभाग से भी बिल्डरों को नोटिस जारी कर किस्तो का भुगतान जल्द करने के लिए कहा गया है। जनसुविधाओं को लेकर भी नए कदम उठाए जा रहे हैं। मास्टर प्लान 2021 पर एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड की मंजूरी के एक सप्ताह बाद प्राधिकरण में मुख्य कार्यपालक अधिकारी रमा रमण ने तमाम विभागों के अफसरों के साथ बैठक की।
बैठक में अधूरी पड़ी विकास योजनाओं को जल्द पूरा करने के लिए कहा गया। विभिन्न डविीजनों को प्रस्तावित योजना का प्रारूप तैयार करने के लिए कहा गया। खासकर वित्त विभाग के अफसरों को अतिरिक्त प्रयास करने के लिए कहा गया। प्राधिकरण ने नोएडा एक्सटेंशन इलाके में बिल्डरों को जो जमीन आवंटित की थी उन स्कीमों में बिल्डरों को शुरू के दो वर्षो में केवल ब्याज की राशि का भुगतान करने का प्रावधान था। वर्ष 2011 में आवंटित स्कीमों में किस्तों के भुगतान की समय सीमा अभी शुरू नहीं हुई है लेकिन जिन बिल्डरों को वर्ष 2009 में प्लॉट आवंटित किए गए थे उन पर दो किस्तें बकाया हो गई हैं।
इन बिल्डरों को जल्द से जल्द किस्तों का भुगतान करने के लिए नोटिस जारी किए गए हैं। हाईकोर्ट के आदेशों से किसानों को जो अतिरिक्त मुआवजा दिया जा रहा है प्राधिकरण ने उसका भार भी आवंटियों पर ही डाला है। नोएडा एक्सटेंशन के बिल्डरों को 2250 रुपए वर्ग मीटर की दर पर प्राधिकरण को भुगतान करना है लेकिन एक दो बिल्डर को छोड़ किसी ने भी अभी अतिरिक्त भार का भुगतान नहीं किया है। इस भुगतान को जल्द करने के लिए भी आवंटियों को नोटिस जारी किए जा रहे हैं।
जनसुविधाओ के मुद्दे भी उठेप्राधिकरण अफसरों की बैठक में जनसुविधाओ को लेकर भी कई मामलों पर चर्चा हुई। सबसे अहम मुद्दा खेल के मैदानों को लेकर था। प्राधिकरण ने सेक्टरों के सभी ब्लाकों में पार्क तो बना रखे हैं लेकिन इन पार्को में बच्चों को खेलने की इजाजत नहीं है। सेक्टर में खेल के लिए अलग से मैदान बनाए जाने पर चर्चा हुई। पुस्तकालय खोलने, पार्क व सड़कों की मरम्मत पर भी बैठक में चर्चा हुई। ं।
- बुधवार को लांच होगी कॉमर्शियल स्कीम
शहर में पहली बार बोली लगाकर दुकानों की बिक्री की जाएगी। प्राधिकरण इसकी शुरुआत कॉमर्शियल स्कीम से कर रहा है। अगले दो दिनों में स्कीम लांच किए जाने की तैयारी है। कॉमर्शियल स्कीम में 50 दुकान और 75 क्योस्क शामिल किए गए हैं। ग्रेटर नोएडा प्राधिकरण में कॉमर्शियल प्लॉट अथवा दुकानों की स्कीमें अभी तक टेंडर प्रक्रिया के जरिए ही बेची जाती रही हैं लेकिन पहली बार प्राधिकरण खुली बोली लगाकर दुकानों की बिक्री करेगा।
यह प्रक्रिया प्राधिकरण स्कीम में पारदर्शिता लाने के लिए कर रहा है। बोली प्रक्रिया को गाजियाबाद विकास प्राधिकरण की प्रक्रिया के आधार पर तैयार किया गया है। स्कीम की घोषणा बुधवार को किए जाने की तैयारी है। नोएडा एक्सटेंशन के सेक्टर एक, दो, तीन, 12 व 16 में बनाए जा रहे क्योश्क इस स्कीम में शामिल किए गए हैं। फाई चाई जैसे पॉस सेक्टर में भी क्योश्क बनाए जाने हैं। इनकी संख्या 75 बताई जा रही है। स्कीम में 50 दुकानें भी शामिल की गई हैं।
ये दुकानें बसे- बसाए सेक्टरों में बनी मार्केटों में हैं। पूर्व में घोषित स्कीमों में इन दुकानों के लिए लोगों ने टेंडर नहीं डाले थे। कुछ दुकानें ऐसी भी हैं जिन्हें आवंटियों ने सरेंडर कर दिया था। खास बात यह है कि दुकान व क्योश्क की बिक्री बोली लगाकर की जाएगी। सम्बंधित दुकान के लिए कुल निर्धारित कुल कीमत से दस फीसदी रकम का डिमांड ड्राफ्ट जमा करने वाले को बोली लगाने का अधिकार होगा। डीडी जमा नहीं कराने वाला कोई व्यक्ति बोली प्रक्रिया में शामिल नहीं किया जाएगा।
इसी के साथ-साथ दुकान के लिए टेंडर भी आमंत्रित किए जाएंगे। बोली प्रक्रिया पूरी होने पर टेंडर खोले जाएंगे। दुकान के लिए यदि बोली लगाई गई रकम ज्यादा है तो बोली लगाने वाले को दुकान आवंटित कर दी जाएगी लेकिन यदि टेंडर में ज्यादा दरों का उल्लेख है तो टेंडर जमा कराने वाले को दुकान मिल जाएगी। प्राधिकरण में पहली बार इस्तेमाल की जा रही इस प्रक्रिया को पूरी करने में 10 से 15 दिन का समय लग सकता है।
बोली लगाने वाले को चौबीस घंटे में कुल कीमत की 20 प्रतिशत रकम भी देनी होगी।
- "rs 23.4 lc all incl for 2bhk in noida extn Offer valid till 5 pm today call xyx"
Received this yesterday. So funny. They doing as if koi online shopping kar raha ho. till 5pm n i received it at 3 pm.
Bulk sms are now pouring in.
Also today times property hv started to hv ads of noida ex projects. Whole page of Amrapali:)CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by del_sanju"rs 23.4 lc all incl for 2bhk in noida extn Offer valid till 5 pm today call xyx"
Received this yesterday. So funny. They doing as if koi online shopping kar raha ho. till 5pm n i received it at 3 pm.
Bulk sms are now pouring in.
Also today times property hv started to hv ads of noida ex projects. Whole page of Amrapali:)
Supertech Eco-village too.
do you have any strong feeling now:DCommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by fritolay_ps-
Builder is saying
NOC will be issued from GNA to builder to start construction.
and then they will start work at site. How much fact is there??????CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by ragh_idealSupertech Eco-village too.
do you have any strong feeling now:D
Samjha nhi raghuCommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by del_sanjuSamjha nhi raghu
Actually your... strong feeling works(24th aug ).
- ग्रेनो प्राधिकरण ने किस्त भुगतान का दबाव बढ़ाया
ग्रेटर नोएडा : एनसीआर प्लानिंग से मास्टर प्लान मंजूर होने के बाद प्राधिकरण ने आवंटियों व बिल्डरों से किस्त भुगतान का दबाव बनाना शुरू कर दिया है। 60 दिन के अंदर बिल्डरों व आवंटियों को किस्त जमा करनी होगी। समय से किस्त का भुगतान नहीं करने वाले आवंटियों पर प्राधिकरण जुर्माना लगाएगा।
मास्टर प्लान को लेकर नोएडा एक्सटेंशन समेत अन्य क्षेत्रों में विकास कार्य ठप होने पर आवंटियों ने प्राधिकरण का किस्त भुगतान रोक दिया था। भूखंड पर कब्जा नहीं दे पाने की सूरत में प्राधिकरण आवंटियों पर किस्त भुगतान के लिए दबाव नहीं बना पा रहा था। 24 अगस्त को एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड से मास्टर प्लान मंजूर हो गया। वहीं 21 अक्टूबर, 2011 से 24 अगस्त, 2011 तक प्राधिकरण ने जीरो पीरियड घोषित कर दिया है। इस दौरान बिल्डरों व आवंटियों से कोई ब्याज नहीं लिया जाएगा। बिल्डरों व आवंटियों को कितना किस्त और कब भुगतान करना है, प्राधिकरण ने इस पर नोटिस जारी करना शुरू कर दिया है। नोएडा एक्सटेंशन के बिल्डरों व आवंटियों को किस्त के साथ अतिरिक्त पैसे का भी भुगतान करना है। आवंटियों को किस्त भुगतान के लिए 60 दिन का समय दिया गया है। निर्धारित समय से किस्त का भुगतान नहीं करने पर प्राधिकरण ने जुर्माना लगाने का निर्णय लिया है। आवंटियों व बिल्डरों से पैसा मिलने के बाद ही प्राधिकरण किसानों को अतिरिक्त मुआवजा दे सकेगा। इसलिए आवंटियों व बिल्डरों पर जल्द से जल्द भुगतान करने का दबाव बनाया जा रहा है।
- buyers dont panic, price will remain same for next 3-4 month as there are ample of supply.CommentQuote0Flag