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- Seema I gogin to buy in ALOHA , could you please confirm the source of yours information " that 3 towers are illegal in this complex"
pls confirm/ advise
any update on this project
i need for end use
any help is appreciated
- Aloha Sector 57, Gurgaon
I am looking for a ready to move property and came across Aloha in Sector 57. I got to know that that banks are not giving loan on this property. Can any one tell more about it?
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- Stop construction work at Aloha: DTCP to builder Bagish Jha| TNN | May 9, 2017, 08.10 AM IST
GURGAON: The enforcement wing of the department of town and country planning (DTCP) has issued a notice to the developer of Aloha Apartment to stop the ongoing construction inside the society premises and file a reply and submit the approved building plan before May 18.
The notice was issued following complaints from residents raising their concern over construction being carried out on the premises by the developers which is not in keeping with the approved plan.
Aloha Apartment, a residential group housing project in Gurgaon's Sector 57, is being constructed by ADTV Communication, earlier known as AEZ Infratech.
Shrey Aeren, from ADTV Communication, denied the allegation saying that all the construction was according to the approved plan. "All the construction is being done according to the approved plan. If anyone has a doubt they can come to us and we will be happy to show the documents."
Aeren said they were preparing a reply to be submitted to DTCP. "The construction is for the community centre, according to the approved plan and it is spread across towers D4, D5 to D6," Aeren said, adding they would submit all the documents to the department.
According to an official of DTCP, the department had received complaints about construction in the stilt area of Tower B-4 for converting the said stilt area into shops for commercial use, which is in violation of the approved plan.
"We will check the approved plan, till then a direction has been issued to stop all construction activities," district town planner (enforcement) Rajendra T Sharma said, adding that they have written to the head joffice to find out the status of the occupation certificate of the towers.
K G Agrawal, resident of Aloha, said construction material was moved inside the premises without the knowledge of the RWA before the developer started construction. "We found the construction suspicious following complaints made to DTCP," Agrawal said.
Suresh Kaparia, another resident, alleged that construction was not like the community centre. "They are constructing something which is not in the approved plan," Kaparia said, adding that the condition of the towers, where people are living, is not very good.
- Apply for occupancy certificate in a week: DTCP to Aloha builder Bagish Jha| TNN | Updated: May 29, 2017, 03.20 AM IST
GURUGRAM: In the wake of a series of complaints by the residents of Aloha, a residential society in Sector 57, the department of town and country planning (DTCP) held an inspection at the project site on Friday and ordered the developer to apply for occupancy certificate(OC) in a week's time.
"Residents highlighted that developer claimed to have a 'deemed OC'. We checked with the DTCP's head office and they do not have the OC. They (developer) had applied for the OC some years back, but it was never granted to them," said assistant town planner R S Batth.
"The developer has been asked to file a fresh application to get the OC. After we receive the application, there would be another inspection," he added.
The project by AEZ Infratech (now known as ADTV Communication) was launched on Golf Course Extension road in 2005 over a five acre plot and the developer promised possession to buyers in 2008. However, more than 10 years after the launch, the project is still far from completion. The project has 200 residential units across five towers. Developer has given possession in four of its five towers without obtaining the mandatory occupation certificate from the DTCP, according to the residents.
TOI earlier reported in March that many residents in the society complained about poor maintenance, while several buyers are still waiting for the delivery of the promised flats despite making over 90% of the payment. Around 87 families, who have been living in the society for the past three years, accuse developer of apathy. Meanwhile, the fifth tower, D6, is still incomplete with work stalled for more than three years now. "The developer has been asked to finish the D6 tower at the earliest," said Batth.
In the first week of May, DTCP's enforcement wing had also issued a notice to the developer for halting the ongoing 'illegal construction work' inside the premises. When approached for a comment, the developers' spokesperson said, "We are a fully law compliant company and we will register for RERA if applicable once the authority is formed. Only after due approvals, the construction has happened and we have all requisite documents including the application, submission drawings duly submitted and approved from the DTCP's concerned department."
- how much 3 BHK, 2231 SQFT. will cost in here now?