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  • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

    ATS playing naive on EDC issue .

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    • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

      Originally posted by Rickytan View Post
      ATS playing naive on EDC issue .
      Does anyone have a view of the official notification for EDC reduction?
      It is only using this that the builders would take an action

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      • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

        Originally posted by kuriousv View Post
        Does anyone have a view of the official notification for EDC reduction?
        It is only using this that the builders would take an action

        The notification copy issued by HUDA is attached here
        Attached Files

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        • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

          Cannot open the notification attachment.......for the revised EDC by HUDA

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          • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

            Originally posted by SilentObserv View Post
            Under the Delhi Development Act, .............................. the lieutenant governor of Delhi is the DDA chairperson. The Delhi CM is not on the DDA board. The Act specifies that “no member of the council of ministers for the government of national capital territory of Delhi shall be eligible to be elected to the authority”. Thus, by virtue of the Delhi Development Act, the state government has no direct role in the master planning of Delhi.


            Delhi needs statehood? - ET Blogs

            In the ongoing war between Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung, the pivotal issue is over the demand for full statehood for Delhi. In the present scenario, the chief minister does not have powers pertaining to police, law and order, and land. But does that really limit his effectiveness?

            The Delhi Police Act mandates, “There shall be one police force for the whole of Delhi” under the supervision of a central administrator. Thus, it is not legally possible for the government of Delhi to create its own police —unlike, say, Washington DC, which has a Metropolitan Police and the federal Capitol Police — or to exercise full command over Delhi Police.
            It is reasonable to argue that if Delhi Police were to be solely under the control of the state government, misguided people could get away committing activities that are injurious to the sanctity of Parliament, central government institutions and foreign embassies. If such illegal activities had the tacit support of a Delhi government, there would be a major breach of national security. In view of such sensitivities, the Delhi government should actually consider itself lucky not to be responsible for policing Delhi.
            Under the Delhi Development Act, one of the key tasks of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is to prepare the Master Plan of Delhi. It was naturally anticipated that for the national capital, there would be unique requirements of land. What if the local body or state government blockaded the central government’s use of land for a national cause or a federal establishment?
            As per the Act, the lieutenant governor of Delhi is the DDA chairperson. The Delhi CM is not on the DDA board. The Act specifies that “no member of the council of ministers for the government of national capital territory of Delhi shall be eligible to be elected to the authority”. Thus, by virtue of the Delhi Development Act, the state government has no direct role in the master planning of Delhi.
            After the 74th constitutional amendment, even the arguable role of the state government in the master planning of Delhi is on a very weak wicket. The amendment, in fact, exhorts higher devolution of planning and implementation powers to local bodies like the municipal corporations. In view of the large expertise available with specialised bodies such as the School of Planning and Architecture and the Delhi Urban Art Commission, the initial recommendations should emanate from the grassroots level.
            Likewise, it is improper for the Delhi government to issue directions on local matters to the municipal bodies. Ideally, the mayors should be invited for dialogue and be encouraged to align their policies with the thinking of the state and the federal government.
            As per the 74th constitutional amendment and the 12th schedule, the cities have to be local self-governments, and mayors should have space to plan, project and run their city governments. That said, within the straitjacket of the law, what is it that the Delhi government can do to provide better amenities and quality of life to its citizens? In keeping with the season of alliterations, the three Ts: traffic management, transport management and territory management.
            Today, with over 7.5 million vehicles and shockingly high automobile pollution, Delhi is a de facto unmanaged capital city. A large portion of Delhi’s crimes can be eliminated if there was more lawfulness on its streets. What the state government can do is to get its teeth into building advanced systems of municipal management with the support of the municipalities.
            It can also gradually dispense with the Central Police Force for the management of traffic, transport and territory by creating a separate traffic and urban management force. This can be loaned to the municipal bodies to guard streets and also have powers to issue spot fines for littering, vandalising, parking and traffic violations, etc. If the CM of Delhi can just tackle the three Ts on a war footing, he will have served Delhi’s citizens well. However, if he were to insist on full statehood, one could very well ask if the Delhi government has itself complied with the provisions of the 74th constitutional amendment by delegating adequately to its municipal bodies.
            The writer is an IAS officer.

            So hopefully AAP government has no role to play except spoil sport aka agitation.
            Originally posted by gdhody View Post
            I also pass through nearby BIJWASAN ROB, its almost ready and should start this year.
            Dhody Sahab

            Since you are nearby NPV, could you please throw some light on any development relating to DEW - development of land for allotment of plots in Sector 10A, const. of road of DEW in the vacant available land near NPV.
            Thanks /Yash

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            • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

              Originally posted by palyash View Post
              Dhody Sahab

              Since you are nearby NPV, could you please throw some light on any development relating to DEW - development of land for allotment of plots in Sector 10A, const. of road of DEW in the vacant available land near NPV.
              Thanks /Yash
              Yash ji, I posted 2 updates around a week back, please check page 1452. I have posted 2 comments. Plus i live in NPV, Phase-1, Sector-110 so I posted updates on all I know, please check the page.
              Thanks

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              • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                Thanks Dhody Sahib, I think I have read that. Just asking any further progress to that.

                Yash

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                • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                  Originally posted by aviator777 View Post
                  Cannot open the notification attachment.......for the revised EDC by HUDA
                  http://tcpharyana.gov.in/Public%20No...%20Gurgaon.pdf


                  TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING DEPARTMENT, HARYANA





                  Sector18, Chandigarh. Web Site: tcpharyana.gov.in



                  PUBLIC NOTICE

                  All the colonizers who have been granted licenses in Gurgaon-Manesar Urban complex under the provisions of the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and Rules, 1976 thereof, are hereby informed that the Haryana Urban Development Authority vide memo No. HUDA.CCF.ACCTT-I-2010/44973, dated 23.11.2010 has conveyed the following revised rates of External Development Charges alongwith terms and conditions, superseding the earlier letter issued vide memo No. HUDA-CCF-ACCTT-I-2010/26813, dated 02.07.2010:-
                  1.
                  Plotted Development
                  ` 58.76 lacs per gross acre
                  2.
                  Normal GHS upto 300 density
                  ` 176.28 lacs per gross acre
                  3.
                  Group Housing Scheme for low cost
                  affordable housing with 600 density.
                  ` 176.28 lacs per gross acre
                  4.
                  Commercial area including neighborhood
                  shopping area with FAR 1.75.
                  ` 274.41 lacs per gross acre



                  These rates are applicable for the calendar year 2009 which will further be made applicable for the next 3 years i.e. upto the calendar year 2012 by increasing the same 10% every year on compoundable basis. On the similar pattern, the EDC may be made applicable from 11.07.2006 i.e. when the new development plan of Gurgaon Manesar Urban Complex 2021 AD was notified by reducing the same 10% p.a. every year on compoundable basis.


                  This will be subject to terms & conditions which is annexed herewith.

                  Since there is reduction in the rates of EDC finalized now as compared to the rates earlier conveyed by HUDA vide letter no. HUDA-CCF-ACCTT-I-2010/26813, dated 02.07.2010, the reduced EDC should be passed on to the plot holders.


                  (T.C. Gupta, IAS)
                  Director General
                  tcphry@gmail.com

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                  • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                    Rob

                    I believe it was SunnyJ who posted the Bijwasan ROB pics which is almost complete but nobody is in hurry to open it. It is more than 5 years work was started on this fly over. Due to this blockage Dwarka underpass is dealing a huge traffic everyday and commuters has to travel 5 Km extra a side.
                    Sector 88B ROB is in good speed and 80% is complete in just 15 months. Can't say on rest of the 20%.
                    One underpass is planned between Puri 110 and Celebrity homes in palam vihar.

                    Thanks
                    BRapria

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                    • Re : NPR - Northern Peripheral Road, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon Updates

                      Originally posted by BRapria View Post
                      I believe it was SunnyJ who posted the Bijwasan ROB pics which is almost complete but nobody is in hurry to open it. It is more than 5 years work was started on this fly over. Due to this blockage Dwarka underpass is dealing a huge traffic everyday and commuters has to travel 5 Km extra a side.
                      Sector 88B ROB is in good speed and 80% is complete in just 15 months. Can't say on rest of the 20%.
                      One underpass is planned between Puri 110 and Celebrity homes in palam vihar.

                      Thanks
                      BRapria

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                      True,
                      I posted as i visited That place on 1st of may 2015. And yes it has been more than 45 days
                      When i visited and found that this ROB is Almost Complete and only Black Carpeting is Pending.
                      And Moreover i got Information From People Living Nearby This area that There is a chance that This ROB may open Within 2 months .
                      But Unfortunately The Completion Work is Going Dead slow.
                      So I just wish that it should Start A.S.A.P.
                      This connectivity will Boost up 10x sectors. Bijwasan ROB is very Important For Guys Invested In 10x Sectors.
                      Finger Crossed.......
                      Last edited by sunnyj; June 20 2015, 09:26 AM.

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