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- Please guide what is the current rate for for 1675 unit. Hows the builder and construction qualityCommentQuote1Flag
- I heard that edge project have approx 1300 houses & common area is very less considering 5200 (1300 x 4) peoples residing in the place.
I hope all are aware with the issue.
What is the calculation of carpet vs super area?
Is it advisable to buy home in this project in resale?
Thanks in AdvanceCommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by user86Please guide what is the current rate for for 1675 unit. Hows the builder and construction quality
Price for PLC flat is 68~70L
Ready to move
Construction Quality is better but not the best.
Main issue is its big society with less common areaCommentQuote0Flag
- Mobile towers on roof spark protest in Edge Towers
Ipsita Pati | TNN | Updated: Aug 25, 2019, 8:23 IST
Residents say the agency didn’t seek NOC from them for the construction
GURUGRAM: In yet another instance of “not in my backyard” phenomenon, the installation of two mobile towers in a housing society in Sector 37’s Ramprastha City has led to a citizen movement due to the fear of harmful radiations.
Residents of Edge Towers have complained to the town and country planning department against the maintenance agency of their society for having installed the mobile towers at the top of the residential building on Friday.
The residents of the society said rules dictate that it is necessary to acquire a structural stability certificate and a building owners’ agreement copy before constructing the mobile towers. They alleged that the agency did not even get a ‘no objection certificate’ from the m.
They found out about the installation of mobile towers at the top of their building on Saturday and objected to it. They also requested the agency to stop the work but they alleged that it continued.
“It is a rule that mobile towers should be installed at least 50 metres away from residential areas because of the radiations emitted by them and their effect on the human body. This is the reason that various housing societies refuse to install mobile towers on top of their buildings. The maintenance agency of our society do not care about the residents and only cater to their vested interests,” said Ashish Ranjan, a resident.
Another resident, Satyam Vishnoi, said, “The agency has no right to install any mobile tower in the society’s premises without taking permission from its residents. We have complained to the town and country planning department and the district administration regarding the issue. We have appealed for corrective steps and removal of the mobile towers from the society in order to prevent further damage to the health of innocent people in the area.”
Despite repeated attempts by TOI, the maintenance agency of Edge Towers could not be contacted.