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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  • Originally Posted by kamkish
    There are more than 1600 unauthorized colonies in Delhi which are on the verge of regularization, and most of the owners there are GPA holders. Does anyone know how Delhi govt. is solving the ownership issue in terms of GPA holders. The same principle may apply to New Palam Vihar/other affected areas.

    Does anyone know the details of Delhi example, which can act as a wayforward for resolving the ownership isse in unauthorized colony, say New Palam Vihar.


    There is a HUDA policy to treat GPA cases. Refer enclosure not encouraging....more problems ahead.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8eWmrlk2ffoQjQ4Z2NMOFlUaGM/edit?usp=sharing
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  • Originally Posted by Spartan83
    Dear Prashant, kindly post a clearer pic if possible. Present one is unreadable.

    Thks


    @spartan : Sorry, could not arrange a better scan. Hindu does not have free e-paper yet.
    Basically this article talks about the June 25 Decision of 80 mt Connecting road between UR and Dwarka Expressway . Says that post Monsoon the work will start.
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  • @spartan : Sorry, could not arrange a better scan. Hindu does not have free e-paper yet.
    Basically this article talks about the June 25 Decision of 80 mt Connecting road between UR and Dwarka Expressway . Says that post Monsoon the work will start.
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  • Originally Posted by prasantnitrk
    @spartan : Sorry, could not arrange a better scan. Hindu does not have free e-paper yet.
    Basically this article talks about the June 25 Decision of 80 mt Connecting road between UR and Dwarka Expressway . Says that post Monsoon the work will start.

    another promising development for NPR!
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  • Originally Posted by prasantnitrk
    TO all Naysayers ..
    Its published in todays The Hindu
    and credibility of Hindu is higher than other common dailies that most of us read here .
    This news is already known ... but this one just adds to the credibility


    Prasantnitrk ji: Thanks for the report. This is one of the peripheral issues on the way to getting resolved and work kicked off.

    However, there is still no forward movement on the core issues- the case regarding alignment of NPR and allotment of alternative plots to NPV litigants.

    Still no news what transpired in the Court on 30th June, if at all there was any hearing on NPR.
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  • Originally Posted by Spartan83
    https://api.indianrealestateforum.com/api//v0/attachments/fetch-attachment?node_id=51080


    1) 106 Factory = :bab (7):
    2) Padmini Factory = :bab (7):
    3) ROB ISSUES = :bab (7):
    4) Delhi Connectivity Hurdle = :bab (7):
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  • NPR (Northern Peripheral Road)/ Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon updates

    Originally Posted by sunnyj
    1) 106 Factory = :bab (7):

    2) Padmini Factory = :bab (7):

    3) ROB ISSUES = :bab (7):

    4) Delhi Connectivity Hurdle = :bab (7):



    And if I may add

    Also diplomatic enclave :-) we should not underestimate the importance of this development. This will further add pressure to resolve NPR issue and bring up valuations
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  • Just sharing some info regarding developments planned by HUDA, to be completed by 2015

    https://www.huda.gov.in/.../HUDA%20Major%20Projects.pdf

    Thks
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  • Beware of the cheaters!

    Gurgaon builder sells off project land, investors cry foul

    Gurgaon builder sells off project land, investors cry foul - The Times of India


    Gurgaon builder sells off project land, investors cry foul

    Rao Jaswant Singh & Praveen Jose,TNN | Jul 4, 2014, 02.58 AM IST

    The investors say the developer collected Rs 55 crore before selling off the plot where the project’s second phase was to come up to Ansal Housing in early 2013.

    GURGAON: More than 400 investors from Delhi and NCR, who had booked flats in a Gurgaon housing project and deposited 25% of the cost upfront, are demanding investigation into what they call a multi-crore fraud because the developer had allegedly sold off the project land.

    The project, Cosmos City in sector 103 on Dwarka Expressway, was launched by Adel Landmarks (formerly Era Landmarks) in 2011. The investors say the developer collected Rs 55 crore before selling off the plot where the project's second phase was to come up to Ansal Housing in early 2013.

    Ansal launched its flagship Highland Park project on the land and has completed 20% of the construction besides starting bookings.

    The investors, 432 in all, say they had deposited 25% of the apartment cost while the rest was to be paid during possession. They claim Adel hasn't given any satisfactory reply to their demands for a refund. TOI tried to repeatedly contact Adel Landmarks and Ansal Housing but all calls and messages went unanswered.



    Investors who had paid 25% advance for booking flats in Adel Landmarks' Cosmos City project in sector 103, Gurgaon are demanding their money back.

    These investors say they were shocked to see advertisements about the launch of Ansal's project at the site where their flat were supposed to come up.

    According to one of the investors, B P Gautam, after the investors paid 25% of the amount, company gave them receipts and allotment letters. "But since 2011, there has been no movement on the project. We visited the company's office several times but they are not willing to share any information with us. They refused to provide us the builder-buyer agreement as well," he said.

    Another investor, Gopendra Kumar, claimed that the company's general manager (marketing), Vikrant Gupta, told them that Adel not longer owned the land on which it launched the project three years ago. "He said the company had sold the land, along with the development licence, to Ansal through one of their subsidiary companies," Kumar told TOI.


    The investors say three years after they paid the initial booking amount, they have no builder-buyer agreement, no relevant documents and no timeline for completion of the project. "We have tried to talk to the company many times in the past two years but failed to get any satisfactory reply," Kumar said.

    Last Saturday, more than 50 of the investors managed to meet Arun Singh, Adel's vice president (marketing) at its Noida office after a protest. Singh gave them a letter addressing all allottees (a copy of which is with TOI) which read, "The company is equally serious to sort out the pending issues. It is proposed and agreed by the representatives that a meeting will be held by July 31, 2014 in which all issues shall be addressed by a competent team from the company with practical and possible options to provide a meaningful solution".

    Gautam, one the of investors, said what the company had done was patently illegal. "The Haryana Urban Development and Regulation Act 1975 says no developer is allowed to sell or advertise a housing project without the project license. If they do so, it is a clear case of fraud and cheating. I've in my hard earned money. Action should be initiated against the builder," he said.

    Gautam said the investors had approached the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Adel is a listed company) seeking action against the developer. In its order dated June 5, 2014, Sebi directed the developer not to collect any fresh money from investors, not to launch any new schemes, to submit full inventory of the assets, not to dispose any properties and not to divert any funds raised from the public. TOI has a copy of the order.
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  • Originally Posted by ashu_sharmaa
    And if I may add

    Also diplomatic enclave :-) we should not underestimate the importance of this development. This will further add pressure to resolve NPR issue and bring up valuations


    Yes Ashu :: I forgot to mention Diplomatic enclave,,, This will definitely put a lot of pressure/ Impact to resolve NPR Hurdle, Even L-ZONE OF DELHI WILL ALSO GET SPECIAL ATTENTION AFTER COMPLETION OF DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE....
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri
    There is a HUDA policy to treat GPA cases. Refer enclosure not encouraging....more problems ahead.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8eWmrlk2ffoQjQ4Z2NMOFlUaGM/edit?usp=sharing


    Now I do believe that viewers understand the bottleneck, as per HUDA policy they can't validate the GPA whereas the actual possession and all property papers are with present owners with GPA title. Further in few settled cases HC court order to compensate these outsees with alternative sites, which again create further problem of HUDA.

    HUDA is sticking with his policy and on another side the ground reality is completely different and there is no way to vacate this land unless its became freehold doing same again go against the present policy.

    It clearly indicate that long legal battle is ahead before deciding whom to compensate and only after that any rehabilitation policy (if prepared) would get imposed.

    So only WAIT...........how much .......GOD KNOWS......
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri
    Now I do believe that viewers understand the bottleneck, as per HUDA policy they can't validate the GPA whereas the actual possession and all property papers are with present owners with GPA title. Further in few settled cases HC court order to compensate these outsees with alternative sites, which again create further problem of HUDA.

    HUDA is sticking with his policy and on another side the ground reality is completely different and there is no way to vacate this land unless its became freehold doing same again go against the present policy.

    It clearly indicate that long legal battle is ahead before deciding whom to compensate and only after that any rehabilitation policy (if prepared) would get imposed.

    So only WAIT...........how much .......GOD KNOWS......



    Are u saying that, if GPAs are treated at par with registered owners, GPAs are ready to accept what is on offer?
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri
    Now I do believe that viewers understand the bottleneck, as per HUDA policy they can't validate the GPA whereas the actual possession and all property papers are with present owners with GPA title. Further in few settled cases HC court order to compensate these outsees with alternative sites, which again create further problem of HUDA.

    HUDA is sticking with his policy and on another side the ground reality is completely different and there is no way to vacate this land unless its became freehold doing same again go against the present policy.

    It clearly indicate that long legal battle is ahead before deciding whom to compensate and only after that any rehabilitation policy (if prepared) would get imposed.

    So only WAIT...........how much .......GOD KNOWS......

    some lawyer in this forum should suggest a simpler solution
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri
    Now I do believe that viewers understand the bottleneck, as per HUDA policy they can't validate the GPA whereas the actual possession and all property papers are with present owners with GPA title. Further in few settled cases HC court order to compensate these outsees with alternative sites, which again create further problem of HUDA.

    HUDA is sticking with his policy and on another side the ground reality is completely different and there is no way to vacate this land unless its became freehold doing same again go against the present policy.

    It clearly indicate that long legal battle is ahead before deciding whom to compensate and only after that any rehabilitation policy (if prepared) would get imposed.

    So only WAIT...........how much .......GOD KNOWS......



    Policies are made based on previous litigations and issues, HUDA's GPA policy was drawn and enforced due large number of fraudulent cases and swindlers inside HD itself esp GGN. End number of agricultural land have been acquired and clus done all around gurgaon. Previously these so called farmers were not fed with absurd compensation and ways to derail development. Now that in this internet in hand world things are a bit different.

    To conclude, NPR issue is not herculean job, its been a politically fuelled feud, misleading the people to indefinite level of greed, state assembly elections coming up nobody wants to burn their hands, HD is nothing but another agent of Hr political system, officials being directed on mere phone calls, to sum up its india +hr+ huda.

    Anyhow NPR construction is inevitable...

    Cheers!
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