Wanted to get opinion on how is Mahindra Aura II compared to other Dwarka side projects like Ramaprastha, Indiabulls, Spire, Tashee and Raheja.
With expected launch price of 3000/sq ft, what are the long and short term prospects both as investment and end use?
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  • Originally Posted by sumitleekha
    Hi,

    Is Raheja Vedas good for investment? i am getting BSP of 4700 +edc/parking etc.?
    should one invest in this property? pls help..

    This is a good deal you are getting, the current rates for 2 bhk(1365 sqft) in Vedas tower is around 5500-5800. Possesion of this property is expected by september-October 2013,as the builder has already applied for Occupancy Certificate.
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  • U must be joking that Vedas resale is around 5500-5800 , Its not even 5k psf even for the smallest unit
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  • Letter received from Mahindra, saying they want to increase the FAR upto the permissible limit and wants to add 41 units in tower H and J apart from other things.

    As directed by director general, Town and planning dept., Mahindra has asked to approach them directly by 16 June in case of any objection.

    Guys, please advise the course of action.
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  • File an objection, ask for calculation - how FAR translates to builtup area, how is super area calculated, would club etc charges be reduced now as shared between more people. Say you can't take a informed decision unless this information is provided. Form a group, approach them together.

    That's your chance, make most of it :-)
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  • Originally Posted by Preet JI
    Letter received from Mahindra, saying they want to increase the FAR upto the permissible limit and wants to add 41 units in tower H and J apart from other things.

    As directed by director general, Town and planning dept., Mahindra has asked to approach them directly by 16 June in case of any objection.

    Guys, please advise the course of action.


    Preet ji - I have also bought a flat in phase 4. But strangely I have not received any such communication from mahindra. Did u received this communication over e mail or via courier ? If possible, could you Please post the content of this communication from mahindra on this forum.

    Thanks.
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  • It's a courier dated 28may..dispatched on4 June and received 6 June!! Mahindra is no different to DLF or UNITECH !!
    Don't know wht options do we have now .. I asked them to mail what modifications they are proposing but no answer !
    Please advise on this situation .. What options are there with the "mango ppl"
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  • Originally Posted by Pankaj84
    It's a courier dated 28may..dispatched on4 June and received 6 June!! Mahindra is no different to DLF or UNITECH !!
    Don't know wht options do we have now .. I asked them to mail what modifications they are proposing but no answer !
    Please advise on this situation .. What options are there with the "mango ppl"

    As suggested by amit08 , we should collect the facts and than take it up collectively with Mahindra. In past I had sought an explanation/details on increase in number of flats by writing e mails to Mahindra 's CRM - but despite repeated e mails I did not get any clear reply from Mahindra.
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  • Originally Posted by AR Aura
    As suggested by amit08 , we should collect the facts and than take it up collectively with Mahindra. In past I had sought an explanation/details on increase in number of flats by writing e mails to Mahindra 's CRM - but despite repeated e mails I did not get any clear reply from Mahindra.



    Yes let us get united, or we can write to townplanner directly.
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  • Yes. I think it would be better if we raise the common concerns. Can someone provide an idea or the address to where we have to write to the town planner ??
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  • mahindra publish notice on 6-may-2013 (Valid for replay in 30 days)
    wisely send notice by post on 2-june-2013, recd. on 6-june-2013, last date expire
    Intelligent Team effort
    If new launch can be sent by emails for faster response, then why notice can't be sent :-)

    With due respect to all so called "Brand"
    Everybody is delighted to join, with name of Mahindra/tata/godrej and why not, so old company with so much good track record, great performance in every field ........
    problem area :
    or just a blind faith with a brand..... how much justify

    Question :
    Is in today market Big Brand means ........ more and big power to crash people
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  • No, the time line is till 15th June. DD, TCPD, Haryana had asked Mahindra to seek an in-prinicple approval from members vide letter dated 6th May. Public Notice was given in newspapers on 16th May. Notice clearly mentions that members can reply within 30 days of publication of notice...thus you have time till 15th June.
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  • Director General of Town & Country Planning Haryana H.Q., Sec.18, Chandigarh. E-Mail Address:

    +91 172 2548475(TF),
    +91 172 2549851

    Is this the right person to contact to record one's objection?

    At the minimum, club charges, charges for common area etc. should be reduced as this is going to be shared by more people now.

    A shitty move by this once respected builder, Gurgaon infects them all...
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  • As per notice, objection has to be filed with Senior Town planner , Gurgaon. Office of Senior Town planner is in Sector-14, Gurgaon. My suggestion will be to file an objection in the form of a printed letter and personally deliver to their office and receive an acknowledgement for the same. I guess raising an objection via email might not have a legal validity .. Its India, I will be really amused if Government officials ever hardly check e mails.

    Let us form a group, take this issue collectively with builder. We can also post on mahindra s facebook page and condemn it.. At least new buyers will now not be fancying that Mahindra is a reputed builder following fair practices.
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  • This case is very similar to DLF's Bellaire, for which CCI slappped a 630 crore fine on DLF. Condition mentioned in Mahindra's Builder buyer agreement are very similar to DLF's BBA for which it was fined.
    Along with raising an objection to senior town planner, filing the complaint to CCI is also a good option. Details on how to raise a complaint with CCI :

    "Any individual can approach the Competition Commission if he can prove that the practice followed by the developer is anti-competitive . In that sense any shifting of goal post after you have signed the agreement may also be construed as anti-competitive ," says Sorabjee.

    How to file a complaint with the Competition Commission

    Filing the application

    The application should be in the form of a statement of facts, containing details of the alleged contraventions of the Competition Act. The application should also have:

    1. A complete list of all the documents presented in support of each of the alleged contraventions.

    2. A narrative supporting the contraventions.

    3. A mention of relief or interim relief which you seek from the Commission.

    This information should be signed by the individual, or by the sole proprietor in the case of a proprietorship firm, or the karta in the case of a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF). Your counsel can also append his signature to it.

    Any additional documents that you want to present in support of the information should be filed at least seven days prior to the date of the first meeting. This, after copies of documents have been served on the other parties regarding the proceedings. All information should be typed in the Arial 12 font on one side of A4 size (210 x 297mm or 8.27"x 11.69") white bond paper. The text should have double spacing, with a 2" margin on the left and a 1" margin on all other sides.

    You should also indicate your preferred mode of service through which you would like a reply from the Commission. Mention the legal name (s) and address (es) of the enterprise (s) that are alleged to have contravened the provisions of the Act and also the legal name and address of the counsel or other authorised representative, if any.

    Whom to address and where to file

    The information should be sent to the secretary of the Commission in person, or by registered post, or courier service, or facsimile , addressed as follows: The Secretary, Competition Commission of India, The Hindustan Times House, 18-20, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi - 110 001 Tel: + 91 - 11 - 23704651 Fax: + 91 - 11 - 23704652 Provide your complete postal address with the PIN code, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address.

    Fee to be paid

    The information should be accompanied by proof of paying the fee. This is 5,000 for an individual, HUF, NGO or consumer association; 20,000 for firms, companies having a turnover of up to 1 crore in the preceding year; and 50,000 in case of others.

    The fee can be paid through a demand draft, pay order or a banker's cheque, payable in favour of the Competition Commission of India (Competition Fund), New Delhi, or through the Electronic Clearance Service (ECS) by direct remittance to the CCI accounts. These can be either: Account No. 1988002100187687, Punjab National Bank, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110066 ), or Account No. CLCA01100002, Corporation Bank, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110066 .

    Further assistance:

    In case of any doubt or help needed, you can approach the Secretariat of the Commission at 011- 23704651
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  • urgent emails and letters to be sent to STO and DGTCP

    Director General
    of Town & Country Planning Haryana H.Q., Sec.18, Chandigarh.
    E-Mail Address:
    +91 172 2548475(TF),
    +91 172 2549851
    CTP Haryana E-Mail Address:

    STP Gurgaon

    stp1.gurgaon.tcp@gmail.com


    Director General of Town & Country Planning
    Haryana H.Q., Sec.18,
    Chandigarh
    b) Chief Town Planner
    DG-TCP,Haryana
    c) Circle Head,
    STP-Gurgaon.


    Subject:- Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Limited Project Aura at Village Chouma (sector 110A) Gurgaon - Objections regarding revised building plan.


    Sir/Madam:


    Please refer to the revised building plan filed by Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Limited Project Aura at Village Chouma (sector 110A) Gurgaon wherein the builder has sought creation of additional dwelling units in the existing project.
    Whereas, a notice period of 30 days has been mandated for the existing buyers to raise any objections towards the aforesaid revised plan and the builder has fowarded a copy of the public notice inviting comments of the apartments owners and public at large, a copy of this notice has only been received on the 11th JUne 2013 and the last date for submission of response before the office of Learned TCP, Haryana is 15th June 2013.
    The extremely limited time of 3 days to prepare and file a reply is unjustified and the possibility of a malafide in the process cannot be ruled out.

    It is therefore requested that in larger public interest an extension of two weeks i.e. upto 30th June 2013 may kindly be granted by your kind office and enable the existing apartment owners to file their reply.
    Shall be grateful for favorable consideration.

    Yours Sincerely,
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