A lot of companies are advertising for property citing nearness to Dwarka expressway corridor.

Shilas, Indiabulls Centrum Park and Ramprastha Edge Tower come to mind.

Does anybody have news on when this construction will start and when it is likely to finish? Has the contract been awarded and to whom?
Date of completion and start of operation will be vital news for evaluating the pricing of flats sold in this corridor.

Last I heard was that a few houses in Palam Vihar were slated for demolition for this expressway in May June 09 or thereabouts.
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  • Any one gone through today Ht news on NPR..Gurgaon 11 page
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  • Ignore it.. Just saw above message
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  • Huda holds back on land offer for evictees

    20 Oct 2015Hindustan Times (Gurgaon)Abhishek Behl abhishek.behl@hindustantimes.com

    Huda holds back on land offer for evictees

    DWARKA E-WAY Owner, who refused to hand over land before last week’s draw of lots, approaches Huda again

    GURGAON: OM PARKASH, Huda estate officer

    The Gurgaon chapter of the Haryana Urban D e v e l o p m e n t Au t h o r i t y (Huda), which has been caught up in a messy plot allotment process for evictees of the Norther n Peripheral Road (NPR), has got an offer from a land owner that could possibly resolve the issue.

    Huda had acquired land from residents of New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula to construct the Northern Peripheral Road or Dwarka Expressway and was to allot them alternative plots.

    The authority had acquired land from residents of New P a l a m Vi h a r a n d K h e rk i Daula to construct the NPR or Dwarka Expressway and is supposed to allot them alternative plots.

    It had recently scheduled a draw of lots in this regard, but had to cancel it after a land owner, Azad Singh Rana, refused to hand over his 8.5 acres to Huda. Rana’s land is located in Sector 110A.

    On Monday, he asked Huda to acquire his land in Sector 110A under the land pooling policy. This would help him bag a better deal as he cannot sell his land to a private developer.

    This is because the state has imposed sections 4, 6 and 9 of the Haryana Land Acquisition Act 1894, which prohibits him from doing so.

    But, development authority seems hesitant to accept Rana’s offer as he had backed out of a deal with the authority last week, which had led to the cancellation of the draw of lots.

    Earlier, Rana had agreed to a compensation of two acres for selling his land to Huda under the land pooling policy. He had met additional chief secretary P Raghavendra Rao in this regard.

    As per the current rules, an owner gets 1,000 sq yard for one acre.

    The other reason behind Huda’s hesitance is that Rana had filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana high court (HC) against the land acquisition by Huda. The HC will hear this case on November 17.

    Estate officer Om Parkash of the Haryana Urban Development Authority said only the government can now decide on this offer. “This is a policy decision and will need the approval of higher authorities,” Parkash said.

    A committee, headed by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, will decide if Huda should go ahead with the deal or not.

    Rana has now demanded as compensation 30 plots of different sizes — a total of about two acres — in the same sector.

    Although officials want to settle this matter at the earliest, they are apprehensive that this may encourage several other land owners to ask for hefty compensation under the land pooling policy.
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    20 Oct 2015Hindustan Times (Gurgaon)Abhishek Behl abhishek.behl@hindustantimes.com

    Huda holds back on land offer for evictees

    DWARKA E-WAY Owner, who refused to hand over land before last week’s draw of lots, approaches Huda again

    GURGAON: OM PARKASH, Huda estate officer

    The Gurgaon chapter of the Haryana Urban D e v e l o p m e n t Au t h o r i t y (Huda), which has been caught up in a messy plot allotment process for evictees of the Norther n Peripheral Road (NPR), has got an offer from a land owner that could possibly resolve the issue.

    Huda had acquired land from residents of New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula to construct the Northern Peripheral Road or Dwarka Expressway and was to allot them alternative plots.

    The authority had acquired land from residents of New P a l a m Vi h a r a n d K h e rk i Daula to construct the NPR or Dwarka Expressway and is supposed to allot them alternative plots.

    It had recently scheduled a draw of lots in this regard, but had to cancel it after a land owner, Azad Singh Rana, refused to hand over his 8.5 acres to Huda. Rana’s land is located in Sector 110A.

    On Monday, he asked Huda to acquire his land in Sector 110A under the land pooling policy. This would help him bag a better deal as he cannot sell his land to a private developer.

    This is because the state has imposed sections 4, 6 and 9 of the Haryana Land Acquisition Act 1894, which prohibits him from doing so.

    But, development authority seems hesitant to accept Rana’s offer as he had backed out of a deal with the authority last week, which had led to the cancellation of the draw of lots.

    Earlier, Rana had agreed to a compensation of two acres for selling his land to Huda under the land pooling policy. He had met additional chief secretary P Raghavendra Rao in this regard.

    As per the current rules, an owner gets 1,000 sq yard for one acre.

    The other reason behind Huda’s hesitance is that Rana had filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana high court (HC) against the land acquisition by Huda. The HC will hear this case on November 17.

    Estate officer Om Parkash of the Haryana Urban Development Authority said only the government can now decide on this offer. “This is a policy decision and will need the approval of higher authorities,” Parkash said.

    A committee, headed by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, will decide if Huda should go ahead with the deal or not.

    Rana has now demanded as compensation 30 plots of different sizes — a total of about two acres — in the same sector.

    Although officials want to settle this matter at the earliest, they are apprehensive that this may encourage several other land owners to ask for hefty compensation under the land pooling policy.



    Why this duplicate post ? Dr gurpreet already posted image ?
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  • Originally Posted by mitraa
    Why this duplicate post ? Dr gurpreet already posted image ?



    I seem to have missed that image, anyways, this is the proper article, clear and much easier to read than a scanned page of the Newspaper .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    I seem to have missed that image, anyways, this is the proper article, clear and much easier to read than a scanned page of the Newspaper .

    There was a link also apart from the scanned immage which was proper too...and as ulti ji already said its an old news ...kuch naya batao moderator ji ....sorry ...SUPER MODERATOR NOW.
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  • Originally Posted by drgurpreet
    https://api.indianrealestateforum.com/api//v0/attachments/fetch-attachment?node_id=69504


    Originally Posted by manuvihaan
    There was a link also apart from the scanned immage which was proper too...and as ulti ji already said its an old news ...kuch naya batao moderator ji ....sorry ...SUPER MODERATOR NOW.




    There is no link in the quoted picture . The news is dated 20th October 2015 and has been posted on the same day . How does it make it old news then ? (if ultichakri knew about this news earlier, did the rest of the world also know about it earlier ? )....simply because some People don't like some News, its relevance doesn't decrease and it doesn't become an old News to suit the needs and fancies of members . .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    There is no link in the quoted picture . The news is dated 20th October 2015 and has been posted on the same day . How does it make it old news then ? (if ultichakri knows about this news, does the whole world also know about it ? )....simply because some People don't like some News, its relevance doesn't decrease and it doesn't become an Old News to suit the needs and fancies of members . .

    Where do u think its heading towards .. keeping d news into account. ..
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  • I think, After reading this, We all should agree that this time HUDA not at fault.

    It's the Greed of one person holding an Entire DEW / NPR.

    If these people not stopped now, more demands from Land Owners will start to be made in different acquisitions.

    Arm Twisting.

    Hopefully Court will also realise this and put an End to the practice by throwing out the Petition in first Hearing.

    Sanity should prevail.

    With Laws against Acquisition, its commendable HUDA reached this close to the Settlement.

    Be Positive.
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  • Originally Posted by manuvihaan
    Where do u think its heading towards .. keeping d news into account. ..



    Since u seem to know all about it before the rest of the world, u may have already analyzed it in detail .

    ........so, let the forum know .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Since u seem to know all about it before the rest of the world, u may have already analyzed it in detail .

    ........so, let the forum know .

    Not me...its ulti who knows it before ..nd he has proved it also mne a times .. gussa mat ho moderator sahib....
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  • Originally Posted by manuvihaan
    Not me...its ulti who knows it before ..nd he has proved it also mne a times .. gussa mat ho moderator sahib....



    ......not angry, just amazed to see People going to any length and making absurd posts to defend their investments and twisting posts and words, just for the heck of it .

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  • Originally Posted by RAMRATAN74
    I think, After reading this, We all should agree that this time HUDA not at fault.

    It's the Greed of one person holding an Entire DEW / NPR.

    If these people not stopped now, more demands from Land Owners will start to be made in different acquisitions.

    Arm Twisting.

    Hopefully Court will also realise this and put an End to the practice by throwing out the Petition in first Hearing.

    Sanity should prevail.

    With Laws against Acquisition, its commendable HUDA reached this close to the Settlement.

    Be Positive.

    I cant agree with you more .....especially after reading the facts ...HUDA cant be bending to unjust demands ...tht shall certainly motivate many to turn about ...the land act is certainly an anti infrastructure bill ....i m nt against compensation ...but greed needs to be curtailed...
    Nd moreover HUDA IS THE BIGGEST OF SHARKS ...an authority. ...an institution is always bigger than a property dealer...Hoping for d best.
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  • The other benefit for the land owner is that when he asks for land pooling then he also reduces the land available for the draw by 20%. So if there isn't enough land remaining in Sec 110 for the draw then it will make HUDA go back to planning.
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