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    Pardos Real Estate acquires seven-acre land in Gurgaon for Rs 180 crore

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    The company is expected to construct an office tower on the acquired land, the people cited earlier said, adding that CBRE India has facilitated the deal.


    Pardos Real Estate, a development platform by the DMI Group’s $250-million Alternative Investment Fund, has acquired a 7-acre land parcel in Gurgaon for about Rs 180 crore, three people aware of the deal said.

    The commercial land parcel, with a development potential of 800,000 sq ft, is located at sector 74 in Gurgaon.

    The company is expected to construct an office tower on the acquired land, the people cited earlier said, adding that CBRE India has facilitated the deal.

    The DMI group confirmed the transaction. An email query sent to CBRE India remained unanswered till as of press time.

    In March this year, Pardos Logistics, a subsidiary of Pardos Real Estate, had acquired a 41-acre land parcel for about Rs 50 crore on the Ballabhgarh-Sohna highway to develop 1-million sq ft of prime warehousing space.

    There have been many land acquisitions in the national capital region over the past few months with developers keen on selling old inventory.

    Recently, Gurgaon-based Elan Group acquired 40-acres of land from Indiabulls Real Estate for Rs 580 crore in Sector 106, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon, in one of the biggest land deals in the country in recent times.

    "Developers have healthy cash flow and investors are again looking for commercial properties," said Shauzab Kazmi, a consultant at Noida-based Investors Clinic. “The developers now want to acquire land and launch the project at the earliest to cater to the growing demand.”

    According to CBRE, 2022 is expected to be a good year for residential real estate, with both supply and new launches likely to post robust performance. There’s an uptick expected in new launches, especially in Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Delhi-NCR.

    Asset prices are likely to witness an uptick on account of strong momentum in sales as well as developers’ decision to pass on the rise in input and labour cost to buyers.

    In the commercial segment, leasing is seen picking up momentum; space take-up would be attributable to the release of pent-up demand and expansion and consolidation requirements of occupiers.

    For instance, Max Group has acquired two land parcels in Noida and is in talks to acquire another in Gurgaon.

    Noida-based Gaurs Group has acquired a land parcel in Jaypee Greens in Noida for Rs 200 crore to develop a luxury group housing complex. The company plans to develop 1.3 million sq ft of premium residential space with an additional investment of Rs 500 crore.

    The growth in sales means developers are left with no inventory and have healthy cash flow to acquire land.

    But on the other hand, established developers, who own prime land in parts of these markets, are in a wait-and-watch mode to gauge the region's demand dynamics amid the pandemic-induced uncertainty.
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      Gurugram: Panel to conduct structural audit of 60 high-rises yet to be constituted

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      DTCP had shortlisted five highrise societies — Raheja Vedanta in Sector 108, Raheja Atharva in Sector 109, Brisk Lumbini in Sector 109, M3M Woodshire in Sector 107 and Mahindra Aura in Sector 110A — for a structural audit by IIT-Roorkee.


      GURUGRAM: Residents of 60 highrise societies located along the Dwarka Expressway and Southern Peripheral Road will have to wait for more time for the structural audit of their projects as the district administration is yet to constitute a panel of experts for the same. The deadline for the panel’s formation lapsed on July 20.

      Soon after the Chintels Paradiso incident, where a cave-in of flats killed two residents on February 10, the department of town and country planning (DTCP) had shortlisted five highrise societies — Raheja Vedanta in Sector 108, Raheja Atharva in Sector 109, Brisk Lumbini in Sector 109, M3M Woodshire in Sector 107 and Mahindra Aura in Sector 110A — for a structural audit by IIT-Roorkee.

      But after the premier institute refused to carry out the structural audit of these societies, citing legal complications, the district administration invited expressions of interest (EOIs) from companies to form the expert for the audit.

      Sources told TOI that around 20 companies had expressed their interest in being the panel members, and their applications and other related documents have been sent to the departments concerned for scrutiny. The last date for submitting applications was July 12.

      As per the terms of audit, the panel will have to determine the quality of construction and the root cause for structural defects and seepage. Also the panel will have to ascertain if the buildings are structurally safe for habitation or can be made safe after undertaking some measures.

      Deputy commissioner Nishant Yadav said, “The panel will be constituted in the next few days after which the process of audit will begin.”

      In the past two years, the district administration has received complaints from these 60 societies over poor construction and structural issues. These complaints have been divided into moderate, severe and critical. Some of these societies include .When contacted, district town planner (enforcement) Amit Madholia said the department will finalise the panel within the next few days. “In the first phase, we will conduct a visual inspection of 20 residential societies whose conditions are perceived as critical,” he said.
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        Gurugram: Crackdown on shops, gyms run from DLF-3 homes: 200 sealed

        Rao Jaswant Singh / TNN / Updated: Jul 30, 2022, 13:58 IST


        The offenders, according to the town planner , carried out unauthorised constructions in violation of Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act No. 8 of 1975

        Gurugram: Crackdown on shops, gyms run from DLF-3 homes: 200 sealed: As many as 200 illegal shops in 60 residential properties of DLF-3 licensed colony were sealed, while a few others were partly demolished by the enforcement team of town and country planning department (DTCP) on Friday for unauthorised constructions.

        DTCP officials along with 150 policemen and two earthmovers carried out sealing and demolition drives in U-16, U-15, U-13 and U-8 lanes in DLF-3 areas.

        The offenders, according to DTCP, carried out unauthorised constructions in violation of Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act No. 8 of 1975. Major violations include construction of 4-5 extra floors and extended balconies, 100% coverage of plot areas, clubbing of two or more plots to construct commercial buildings like offices, shops and eateries.

        District town planner (enforcement) Amit Madholia said around 200 shops and other commercial establishments, including gyms, clinics, general stores, in residential units on ground floor, first floor and basements were sealed. Illegal commercial activities were being run from EWS plots of 60 to 120 yards.

        “Also, encroachments by these residential units on roads have been demolished. The overhangs, extended balconies and other projections in front in various residences were also demolished,” he said.

        Madholia said, “Owners of these units carried out unauthorised constructions. Some of them even raised their buildings to a non-permissible height. Also, many carried out constructions without factoring in structural stability aspects”.

        He also said the buildings that are raised to non-permissible heights without taking the structural stability aspect into consideration are prone to collapse.

        During a survey of DLF-3 last year, several violations were found in 2,500 buildings of a total of 3,200 properties. Of these, there were serious violations in 1,000, which not only pose a serious threat to residents, but also a big challenge for DTCP.

        According to Section 3 of the Act, nobody can construct or reconstruct a building in a licensed colony without taking mandatory permissions. Also, violation of any provisions of this Act or rules, Section 10 says, made thereunder or any of the conditions of a licence granted under section 3 will attract punishment with imprisonment.

        The official also said raising of such huge unauthorised structures beyond permissible limits is not only causing undue pressure on provisioning of essential basic amenities and infrastructural service planned and developed for a particular population in that area by agencies, but also causing nuisance for residents.









        Crackdown On Shops, Gyms Run From Dlf-3 Homes: 200 Sealed | Gurgaon News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)
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          Gurugram: 22 builders get notices for using diesel generators sets

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          The temporary connection cannot be upgraded in absence of electrical infrastructure. The developers are supposed to submit a bank guarantee and provide 500 square yards of land for the construction of the switching station.


          GURUGRAM: A total of 22 developers have been issued show cause notices for using diesel generators for electricity supply in societies of Gurugram. A large number of residential societies have temporary electricity connections with an inadequate load, which lead to frequent cuts and disruption in power supply.

          The temporary connection cannot be upgraded in absence of electrical infrastructure. The developers are supposed to submit a bank guarantee and provide 500 square yards of land for the construction of the switching station.

          As per the direction of the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM), the residential project is required to ensure that DG sets are limited to the operation of elevators only.

          A large number of societies in Gurugram are not complying with the guidelines and are using DG sets for power supply, violating GRAP provisions.

          “In pursuance of the above direction, you are called upon to show cause as to why penal action should be not initiated against you for this lapse. In addition, you are also called up to appear before the director on August 4 with an action taken report,” said a notice issued by K Makarand Pandurang, director of town and country planning.

          On June 29, the chairman of the Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB), P Raghvendra Rao directed developers to complete the inadequate electrical infrastructure to curb the use of diesel generators.

          Rao highlighted the electrical infrastructure of nine societies developed by seven different developers in the new sectors along Dwarka Expressway, which have no permanent power connection from DHBVN. Developers have failed to submit the bank guarantee and 500 square yards of land for developing 33 KV infrastructure, mandatory for regular connection with an adequate load. Around 25-30% of the power supply of these societies comes from diesel generators.

          HSPCB has directed the developers to complete all the formalities within 45 days and avail regular power connections before August 31 to curb the use of diesel generators.

          Rao further said that the use of DG sets will not be allowed under any circumstances and penal action will be taken against the violators. It has been decided that the sub-registrar will not execute any conveyance deed in projects, which does not comply with regular power connection. No occupation certificate will be granted by DTCP without obtaining NOC from DHBVN to avoid the use of DG sets in the future.

          Rakesh Hooda, president of Chintels Paradiso, an apartment complex in Gurugram, said that since they face frequent cuts, DG sets are a necessity. “Government agencies first ensure completion of electrical infrastructure and uninterrupted power supply before enforcing any such direction,” said Hooda.
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            About 160 acres freed, 25 illegal colonies razed in Haryana in July: DTCP

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            These illegal colonies were carved out on agricultural land in Sohna, Bhondsi, Farukhnagar, Bilaspur, Kherki Daula and other areas.


            GURUGRAM: The enforcement team of town and country planning (DTCP), as part of its move to check mushrooming of illegal colonies, has carried 16 demolition and sealing drives in July. The drives were carried out at Bhondsi, Farukhnagar, Badshapur, Kherki Daula among other areas.

            Last month, the department cleared around 160 acres of land by razing more than 25 illegal colonies during 12 demolition drives. These illegal colonies were carved out on agricultural land in Sohna, Bhondsi, Farukhnagar, Bilaspur, Kherki Daula and other areas.

            District town planner (enforcement) Amit Madholia said these colonies were being developed without any permission from the concerned departments and in violation of Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act 1975.

            Any violation of the Act is a punishable offence with imprisonment up to 3 years, he said, adding that the department will soon register police complaint against the offenders. “We have written to police to stop the development of unauthorised colonies,” he said. Similarly, four sealing drives against illegal commercial activities and unauthorised construction were carried out in DLF-2 and 3, Sector 65, Palam Vihar, Sector 10A, Rajendra Park among other areas. More than 400 properties have been sealed for various kinds of violations, including additional construction after procurement of occupation certificates and running commercial activities in violation of Haryana Building Code.

            Apart from 280 properties in DLF 3, 58 dwelling units and three property dealer offices in Palam Vihar and 17 commercial activities in Vatika project were sealed. In DLF- 2, five illegal construction of commercial establishment on residential plots were demolished, while three properties were sealed.

            According to the section 3 of the building code, nobody can erect or re-erect buildings in a licensed colonies without seeking mandatory permissions. Also, the Section 10 of the building norms says violations of any provisions of the Act or the rules made thereunder or any of the conditions of a licence granted under Section 3 shall attract punishments, including imprisonment. Further, removal of encroachment was also carried out in the markets of licensed colonies, including Qutub Plaza and Arjun Marg in DLF-1 and Palam Vihar.
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              160 acres freed, 25 illegal colonies razed in July: DTCP

              Rao Jaswant Singh / TNN / Updated: Aug 3, 2022, 12:18 IST


              Most illegal colonies were carved out on agricultural land

              GURUGRAM: The enforcement team of town and country planning (DTCP), as part of its move to check mushrooming of illegal colonies, has carried 16 demolition and sealing drives in July. The drives were carried out at Bhondsi, Farukhnagar, Badshapur, Kherki Daula among other areas.

              Last month, the department cleared around 160 acres of land by razing more than 25 illegal colonies during 12 demolition drives. These illegal colonies were carved out on agricultural land in Sohna, Bhondsi, Farukhnagar, Bilaspur, Kherki Daula and other areas.

              District town planner (enforcement) Amit Madholia said these colonies were being developed without any permission from the concerned departments and in violation of Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act 1975.

              Any violation of the Act is a punishable offence with imprisonment up to 3 years, he said, adding that the department will soon register police complaint against the offenders. “We have written to police to stop the development of unauthorised colonies,” he said. Similarly, four sealing drives against illegal commercial activities and unauthorised construction were carried out in DLF-2 and 3, Sector 65, Palam Vihar, Sector 10A, Rajendra Park among other areas. More than 400 properties have been sealed for various kinds of violations, including additional construction after procurement of occupation certificates and running commercial activities in violation of Haryana Building Code.

              Apart from 280 properties in DLF 3, 58 dwelling units and three property dealer offices in Palam Vihar and 17 commercial activities in Vatika project were sealed. In DLF- 2, five illegal construction of commercial establishment on residential plots were demolished, while three properties were sealed.

              According to the section 3 of the building code, nobody can erect or re-erect buildings in a licensed colonies without seeking mandatory permissions. Also, the Section 10 of the building norms says violations of any provisions of the Act or the rules made thereunder or any of the conditions of a licence granted under Section 3 shall attract punishments, including imprisonment. Further, removal of encroachment was also carried out in the markets of licensed colonies, including Qutub Plaza and Arjun Marg in DLF-1 and Palam Vihar.










              160 Acres Freed, 25 Illegal Colonies Razed In July: Dtcp | Gurgaon News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)
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                Haryana: Panel for structural audit of 18 societies finalised, report to be filed by month end

                Rao Jaswant Singh / TNN / Updated: Aug 4, 2022, 11:14 IST


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                GURUGRAM: The department of town and country planning (DTCP) along with district administration has finalised the panel of four agencies for carrying out structural audits of 18 residential societies where residents allege serious flaws in construction quality. Members of the panel include Bureau Vertias, TPC Technical projects Consultants, Vintech Consultants and NNC Design International.

                Deputy commissioner Nishant Yadav said the panel members have been issued a letter of intent (LOI) and consultants will be assigned residential societies within three to four days. “In the first phase, consultants will carry out a structural audit of 18 residential projects with serious issues in construction and submit the reports by this month end,” he said.

                The panel, according to the terms, will have to determine the quality of construction and the root cause for structural defects and seepage. Also, it will have to ascertain if the buildings are structurally safe for habitation or can be made safe after undertaking some measures.

                District town planner (enforcement) Amit Madholia said the consultants will carry out visual inspection in the first phase, and those found with serious lapses will be tested further. “Based on the findings of the inspection, further course of action will be decided. The cost of audit will be borne by the developers,” he said. On the basis of complaints received from homebuyers during the past two years, the district administration had prepared a list of 60 residential projects having poor construction quality and structural defects. These complaints were divided into moderate, severe and critical categories.

                Most of these residential societies are located along the Dwarka Expressway and Southern Peripheral Road. After a vertical collapse of living rooms of five flats at Tower D of Chintels Paradiso on February 10, DTCP had shortlisted five highrise societies — Raheja Vedanta in Sector 108, Raheja Atharva in Sector 109, Brisk Lumbini in Sector 109, M3M Woodshire in Sector 107 and Mahindra Aura in Sector 110A — for a structural audit by IIT-Roorkee.












                Panel For Structural Audit Of 18 Societies Finalised, Report To Be Filed By Mth End | Gurgaon News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)
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                  No Gurugram civic body nod, five residential buildings razed in Silokhera

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                  A team of MCG officials --- RK Mongia, Sandeep Hooda, and Naveen Bedi --- carried out the drive at Vijay Vihar in Silokhera.


                  GURUGRAM: The enforcement team of MCG carried out a demolition drive in Silokhera on Thursday and razed around five unauthorised residential buildings which were built without seeking any building plan approval.

                  A team of MCG officials --- RK Mongia, Sandeep Hooda, and Naveen Bedi --- carried out the drive at Vijay Vihar in Silokhera.

                  “The enforcement team learnt that some houses were constructed without taking approval from MCG. Approval is mandatory to carry out any construction within the limits of the MCG area. There are clear directions from the commissioner to take strict action against the unauthorised construction,” said SS Rohilla, MCG spokesperson.

                  To get a building plan approval, applicants can apply on the Haryana Online Building Plan Approval System.

                  The MCG officials said that an applicant gets a provisional certificate within 24 hours, after which the construction can start.

                  The MCG’s planning wing has also set up a help desk to assist the applicants to get building plan sanctions in a time-bound manner.

                  The enforcement teams have been carrying out demolition drives in their respective zones. Buildings without approval are demolished as and when the team gets information, a majority of which are under construction.

                  The civic body had recently demolished illegal structures in Bajghera and Rajendra Park. Five boundary walls and six under construction buildings were demolished.

                  The enforcement teams also keep a check on illegal construction within the 900 metre restricted area around the IAF ammunition depot, where such drives are regularly conducted.







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                    Deaths at building site in Gurugram: 3 arrested, now out on bail

                    Bagish Jha / TNN / Updated: Aug 6, 2022, 09:49 IST



                    The four workers slipped and fell 17 floors on Tuesday

                    GURUGRAM: Three days after four construction workers fell to death at a housing site in Sector 77, police on Friday morning arrested three people, including the project manager, only to release them a couple of hours later on bail. During a preliminary probe, police found negligence on part of the three who were present at the site at the time of the accident and that the workers were not provided with adequate safety equipment.

                    The accident occurred inside the compound of Emaar Palm Hills — where a 25-storey tower is being built — around 4.30pm on Tuesday. The four workers standing on a platform to fix a tower crane slipped and fell 17 floors to their death. A fifth worker survived the fall and is fighting for his life at a private hospital.

                    Following the accident, an FIR was filed under IPC sections 120B (criminal conspiracy), 304A (death in accident), 336 (endangering life), 337 (negligent act to endanger life) at Kherki Daula police station against six people — project manager Viyum Kesh, tower in-charge Suresh Katyal, foreman Santosh Kumar Sahu, safety engineer Anil Kumar, site engineer Avinash Kumar, and contractor Manjush Kumar.

                    “Three of the accused — Viyum, Suresh and Santosh — were issued notices to join the investigation. We arrested them this morning, recorded their statements and released them on bail,” said inspector Rajender Kumar, SHO of Kherki Daula police station. “Initial investigation has revealed negligence and lack of safety equipment led to the fatal accident.”

                    Police said the three others named in the FIR — the safety engineer, the site engineer and the contractor — have yet to join the investigation. “We have already urged the labour department and DTCP to submit their reports on the accident,” the SHO said.

                    Deputy commissioner of Gurgaon Nishant Yadav has also formed a committee to probe the lapses in safety arrangements for workers and negligence that led to the fatal accident.

                    Meanwhile TOI has learnt that the labour department is trying to complete the paperwork to ensure early payment of compensation to the family members of the deceased.









                    Deaths At Bldg Site: 3 Arrested, Now Out On Bail | Gurgaon News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)
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                      No hike in project estimates without administration nod: Haryana government

                      Vishakha Chaman / TNN / Updated: Aug 7, 2022, 08:15 IST


                      MCG has also issued directions to its departments to follow the order

                      GURUGRAM: The department of urban local bodies (ULB), Haryana, has directed all municipal corporations not to enhance the estimates of development work without prior approval from the administration. If the estimates of development works amounting to Rs 1 crore or above are enhanced, they will be sent to the local audit department for pre-auditing with immediate effect, it has said in a letter to the civic bodies.

                      MCG has also issued directions to its departments to follow the order. While some officials from the corporation said the move would help streamline the system since estimates are sometimes inflated, others said that this would cause delays in development works since the budget of a majority of works has to be increased when they are carried out on the ground.

                      "We have received a letter from the ULB department stating that any increase in the original estimates should be done only with approvals from the administration. Any hike in estimates to the tune of Rs 1 crore or above will be pre-audited by the directorate of local audit department in Panchkula. This will keep inflated budgets in check," said a senior MCG official.

                      Meanwhile, city mayor Madhu Azad, who is also the chairperson of the MCG finance and contracts committee, which gives administrative approvals to key development works in the city, said she hasn't received the order yet. "If the move causes delay in development works, I will take it up with the ULB department. Development works should not suffer," she added.

                      Ravinder Yadav, councillor of ward number 3, said, "While the intention of the ULB department is to bring transparency, the move will cause inordinate delay in development works. On an average, two projects out of 10 usually require enhancement of their original estimates. Getting it pre-audited will be a time-taking exercise. We run from pillar to post to get our files approved in MCG. Imagine the time it would take to clear files in Chandigarh. The audit team will also have to visit the sites for verification, so it is going to cause delays."









                      No hike in project estimates without administration nod: Haryana government | Gurgaon News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)
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