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CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

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  • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon



    Over 600 families live in the CHD Avenue 71 project in Gurgaon and ever since they moved in here in 2013, they have not had a proper road that allowed them to enter their home. The sector road connecting Subhash Chowk to their project Sector 71 was supposed to have been completed 3 years ago but only 150 meters has been constructed so far. Despite repeated reminders, Haryana Urban Development Authority hasn’t shown any vigour in completing the road. Residents claim that the development agency has collected nearly 40 crore rupees as External Development Charges (EDC) but nothing has been used for the development of the sector.

    With the government refusing to help, these residents have been forced to look for alternative routes to enter their homes, like the neighbouring service road which allows access through the back of the project. But even this comes at a high cost with residents collectively paying Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000 per month for the right to use this. “Due to the absence of the sector road, we have to shell out rupees 25,000 every month. What if the landlord doesn’t allow us to use the land or what if he demands more money in coming days? We are worried and are in a bad situation.” says Ravindra Singh, Vice President of the Avenue 71 Resident Welfare Association (RWA).


    Speaking to NDTV, HUDA Administrator Yashpal Yadav pointed out that state’s development authority is concentrating more on densely populated sectors of Gurgaon and sparsely populated areas are not on their priority right now. This surprising and apathetic response has left residents shocked who have to struggle everyday to enter their housing societies.

    According to a report, HUDA had issued 1,546 licenses to builders during 1981-2015 and collected over 12,000 crore rupees in EDC. But there is no sign that this staggering amount has been used to develop infrastructure in the region.


    • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

      Really tough time for the buyers.
      Last edited August 9 2016, 02:05 PM.


      • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

        planner; Jee
        Unity is STRENGTH

        Collect Data

        License for Vann Project was issued on Mar 19, 2008 by HUDA

        Why I booked flat because builder has license from Govt Developing Authority. It is planned Development - Not a Slum - Less chances of CHEATING.

        But HUDA has monopoly and had cheated. We shall move court for public protection and monopoly of HUDA.
        Last edited August 9 2016, 04:20 PM. Reason: formatting


        • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

          CHD VANN
          Project Progress Monitoring as on Aug 11, 2016
          BHUMI PUJAN ON SEP 25, 2014
          Status of Towers
          No 3 NOT KNOWN
          No 4 Structure reached Ground Floor Level
          No 9 Structure reached Basement Floor Level
          Calculate progress
          Calculate revised completion date


          • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon


            • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

              As many as 70 flat buyers have sought refund for investing in the Parsvnath project which has told the Supreme Court that it has no money.

              A few days after Unitech claimed in Supreme Court that it had no money to refund homebuyers, another developer active in Delhi and NCR has told the Supreme Court (SC) it cannot compensate buyers of its Parsvnath Exotica project in Ghaziabad because of financial difficulties.
              As many as 70 flat buyers have sought refund for investing in the Parsvnath project and had moved SC in the matter.In May this year, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) had asked Parsvnath Developers to refund the amount paid by 70 homebuyers in its Parsvnath Exotica project in Ghaziabad with 12% interest for delaying the project.

              On August 13, Unitech had informed SC that it was not in a position to refund money to homebuyers who had invested in its projects in Noida and Gurgaon and had not received possession of their flats due to delay in construction. “We don’t have the money. If we had the money, we would have constructed the flats and given them to the buyers,” their lawyer had told the Bench hearing the case. SC, however, did not buy the excuse and ordered Unitech to deposit Rs 15 crore in its registry to be paid as refund to buyers not keen to hold apartments.
              SC in July had also asked Unitech to deposit an interim penalty of Rs 5 crore after the company challenged the NCDRC order asking the realty firm to refund the money to three homebuyers in its Noida projects with interest.
              In another case involving DB Realty in Mumbai in which 3,500 buyers have been waiting to get possession of their homes despite having paid 90% of the total amount were reportedly told in April this year that the company “does not have the funds to complete the project.”
              The bigger issue here is what happens if more builders claim that they do not have the cash flows to restart stalled projects? Till date, there are around 6,000 projects out of a total of 13,500 that have been delayed in the top eight cities in the country, as per estimates by real estate research firm Liases Foras.

              Legal experts are of the opinion that in case a developer fails to pay up or deliberately flouts the court orders, contempt proceedings can be initiated against him. “The (Unitech) order sets a precedence. If a developer has promised a project, he had better deliver it. The country is not a banana republic and buyers cannot be taken for a ride. The order also emboldens the RERA Act under which there are stringent rules to deal with violations,” says S K Pal, a Supreme Court lawyer.

              A builder may not have money to complete the construction for a variety of reasons, (a) he took a bad business call or decision and did not calculate the cost of the project; (b) he over committed or sold cheaper than he should have; or (c) diverted money collected from buyers to other projects or elsewhere or; (d) is yet to receive money from the buyers. Each of such matters would have different consequences.
              If the builder has taken a bad decision about his business and erred on cost or sold or promised to sell at an unfeasible price it will undoubtedly lead to loss. However, a builder cannot say that because he has suffered loss, he will not give the buyers what is promised. The buyers would always be free to claim compensation from the sellers in case of breach.

              The basic principle of law is if a party breaches a contract he will be bound to pay all losses which arose in the natural course or which the defaulting party knew the non-defaulting party would suffer. The question as to whether the defaulting party can actually pay the compensation is a different matter. If the defaulting party does not have the money, it will be wound up (if it’s a company) or have to declare insolvency (in case of individuals) for which the consequences are grave. Usually, neither a company nor an individual would allow this to happen unless they are truly not in a position to repay. In case of liquidation, the assets of the company will go to a liquidator and under the supervision and process of court, such assets will be sold and sale proceeds will be distributed in the manner as provided for under the Companies Act, explains Sudip Mullick from Khaitan & Co.
              A builder not belonging to an organisation and operating as an individual will suffer insolvency and action will be taken under the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act, 1909, or the Provincial Insolvency Act, 1920 as the case may be.
              The buyers’ claim against the builder is not only limited to the property or compensation in lieu thereof , they can also proceed against the builder under the applicable criminal law in case the builder intentionally defrauded them,says Mullick.

              If the builder has diverted money to other projects or elsewhere, the buyer’s quickest remedy not by way of actual receipt of cost but by way of forcing the builder to settle would be to initiate criminal proceedings, without prejudice to their right to file civil proceedings for recovery of their unit/property. In case the buyer chooses to terminate the agreement then they have to recover the principal amount and compensation, say legal experts.

              And what happens if a buyer is left in a state where he cannot recover money from the builder? Legal experts say that buyers take the risk of investing in an under-construction project and that is an individual risk. Buyers have the legal right to recover the amount but if they cannot, that is the consequence of their risk. However, if land and semi constructed buildings belonging to the builder exist then buyers can nvest some more money into the project with other buyers, complete the construction and take possession, they say.
              Last edited August 26 2016, 05:37 PM.


              • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

                Managing Director
                CHD Developers Ltd


                The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, which seeks to protect home-buyers as well as help boost investments in the real estate industry. The bill was passed by the Rajya Sabha on 10 March 2016 and by the Lok Sabha on 15 March 2016. The Act came into force from 1 May 2016 with 69 of 92 sections notified. The Central and state governments are liable to notify the Rules under the Act within a statutory period of six months i.e. April 30, 2017. Real Estate Regulatory authority & Appellate Tribunal will in placed
                I request to CHD management to start good practices from this act in running projects like “CHD VANN” to give customer satisfaction and transparency. This will enhance CHD brand value and company will be RERA compliance before mandatory date of implementation. Will customer confidence in CHD and increase your business.
                Following may be implemented
                • Upload on company website
                • LAND TITLE
                • LICENCE
                • Environment & all statuary approvals
                • Building Plan
                • Quality Plan
                • Payment Mile Stones
                • Materials Standers & Specification
                • Quality of Workmanship (Referring Sample Flat in BBA)
                • Activates not in Scope of CHD
                • Give break value of each flat Super Area, Balconies Area, Cupboards Area & Carpet Area.
                • Upload Tower wise Quarterly Progress Report on Company Web Site.
                • No Escalation in Cost (Already in VANN Project agreement)
                • Assurance to Customers Area will Not be Increased at the Time of Handing Over.
                • Offering parity in penalty for delayed delivery or default in installments.
                • Maintaining Delivery Schedule
                • Notify the Customer Feedback resolution procedure
                • Start annual project Site customers visit & interaction with Project Manager & Top Management


                • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

                  GURGAON: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has given a slew of orders to address the grievances of residents and people who have bought flats from builders here.

                  He ordered an inquiry into maintenance-related issues at Ambience Lagoon apartments here.

                  There was a demand from residents to hand over the maintenance of the Ambience Lagoon apartments near Ambience Mall to the residents' welfare association (RWA) but two parallel associations presented their claims.

                  After listening to CM orders to both the parties yesterday, Khattar ordered the setting of a committee headed by divisional commissioner D Suresh, with two other members as chief administrative coordinator S N Vashisth, and commissioner of police Sandeep Khirwar.

                  The committee has to submit its report in the next meeting, an official spokesperson said.

                  The CM was presiding over the monthly meeting of District Grievances Committee during his two-day visit to Gurgaon. A total of 23 complaints were taken up at the meeting held at mini-secretariat, the spokesperson said.

                  In a number of complaints the allottees had alleged that they have deposited about 95 per cent of the cost, yet the builders have not handed over the possession of the flats. In some cases, six to nine years have elapsed, he said.

                  Listening to complaints against Vistas project of Unitech Ltd in Sector 70, Khattar said the matter was being resolved through meeting among allottees and builder.

                  The officials of Town and Country planning informed that they were taking stock of assets and liabilities of Unitech which has 244 subsidiary companies and in Gurgaon alone, the developer has licences for construction of residential projects in 1,100 acres.

                  The company has submitted revival plan of four projects and the department is studying the plan, the officials said.

                  Listening to complaints against EMAAR-MGF business park in Sector 28 and Emerald Hills Township projects in Sector 65, Khattar was informed that Dubai-based Emaar had taken over all shares of MGF and work on all projects has started.

                  In a complaint against the builder of Orchid Island at Mayfield Garden in Sector 51, the CM asked the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) administrator Yashpal Yadav to probe the matter.

                  About the two complaints sent by a local MLA, the CM said this forum was not for MLAs and they can directly approach him.


                  • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

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                    • Re : CHD Vann, CHD Developers, Sector 71, Gurgaon

                      Managing Director, CHD Developers Ltd, Board of Directors, Share Holders
                      CHD VANN PROJECT TEAM,
                      Employees, Contractors, Material Suppliers, Labor
                      FLAT BUYERS, INVESTORS

                      Today is not ordinary day. BHUMI PUJAN / FOUNDATION DAY ANNIVERSARY / BIRTHDAY of CHD- VANN.
                      I wish Mubarak & Success to all Stakeholders of CHD–VANN on third foundation anniversary.
                      Two years back BHUMI PUJAN was done on Sep 25, 2014. Twenty four months are passed. We shall review the PROGRESS for benefit of all stakeholders.

                      Time over run in project mean
                      “Cost Overrun, Material Wastage, Increase in Rework, Poor Workmanship, Loss to all Stakeholders, Particularly Loss for Builders & Buyers/ Investors

                      Time over run shall be monitored & controlled

                      Project Launch Mar 2014
                      Zero Date Sep 25, 2014
                      Target Date Mar 25, 2014 (42 Months)
                      Review Date Sep 25, 2016 (24 Months, 57 % of execution time)

                      Stricture Status as on Aug 01, 2016 as per pictures uploaded at CHD Face book Page
                      S. No Structure Name Floors Casted No of
                      Total Floors
                      1 Tower No 1 9 Not Known
                      2 Tower No 2 11 Not Known
                      3 Tower No 3 Nil Not Known
                      4 Tower No 4 Basement Not Known
                      5 Tower No 5 5 Not Known
                      6 Tower No 6 10 Not Known
                      7 Tower No 7 10 Not Known
                      8 Tower No 8 7 Not Known
                      9 Tower No 9 Basement Not Known
                      10 Tower No 10 7 Not Known
                      11 Tower No 11
                      Mandatory 101 EWS Dwelling Units
                      Nil Not Known
                      12 Tower No 12
                      Mandatory 101 EWS Dwelling Units
                      Nil Not Known
                      13 Nursery School Nil Not Known
                      14 Community Building, Swimming Pool Nil Not Known

                      Balance Work to be completed in 18 Months
                      Completion of above 14 structures
                      Internal Walls Plaster
                      Stone Work & Tiles
                      External Finish
                      Electricals, Sub Station (Buyers of Avenue 71 could not get individual electrical connection even three years after allotment due to Incomplete Sub Station)
                      Generator, HSD Storage Tanks
                      Wood Work, Kitchen & Wardrobes
                      Paint Polish, Floor Grinding/ Polishing
                      Glass Work
                      Roof Tiles, Lightening Protection
                      Lifts, Machine Rooms
                      Fire Fighting, Underground Water Tanks, Pumps, Control Room
                      Internal Sewer & Strom Water Drains, Water Harvesting Strictures, Sewage Treatment Plant, Water Softener and Automatic Pressurized Water Supply, Dual Water Supply System
                      Septic Tanks (At present No HUDA Sewer Line)
                      Basement Parking, Sump Pump
                      Underground & Roof Top Water Storage Tanks, Booster Pump
                      Internal Roads, Footpath, Street Light, Street Furniture
                      Guard Room, Intercom, Electronic Surveillance, CCTV
                      Boundary Wall, Gates, Boom Barrier
                      Provision for Letter Boxes
                      Grass Lawns, Plantation, Fountains, Swings, Snake & Ladder, Chess, Tree House
                      Club, Gym, Swimming Pool, Scatting Rink, Water Court, Jogging Track, Cricket Net, Mini Football Court, Play Court, Amphitheatre, Tennis Court, Water Pond, Sitting Plaza etc
                      Gas Pipe Line, Wi-Fi, Drivers Resting Lounge, Convenience Shopping Store etc
                      Follow up & Expediting with HUDA for External Development (Master/Sector Roads, Street Light, Footpath, Tree Plantation, Master Sewer, Strom Water Drains etc)
                      PERMIT & APPROVALS
                      Fire Safety Department
                      Rain Water Harvesting Certificate
                      Water Connection, Road Cutting
                      Sewer Connection
                      Strom Water Connection
                      Electrical Connection (Pl Learn the lesson from your CHD Avenue Project )
                      Draw of 101 mandatory EWS dwelling units. Even NOT started without completing Occupation NOT ISSED by authorities.
                      Completion Certificate/ Occupation Certificate

                      HUDA has not constructed Master & Sector Roads in Sector 71. Possession of your project “CHD Avenue 71” was given more than three years back and residents are still paying collectively to private landlord Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000 per month for the right to use their land for entering to society. “Due to the absence of the sector road, resident have to shell out money every month”.
                      In RTI enquiry HUDA disclosed No Budget provision exist in FY 2016-17 for sector roads & land for roads is not acquired.
                      Without land acquisition development work like Sewer, Strom Drainage, Water Supply, Street Light, Footpath, and Plantation etc could not be undertaken.
                      Delay story of “Signature Tower” and “Unitech’s Narivana Country 2 Projects” shall not repeat in our project.

                      Only twenty two (22) months are left.

                      PL REVIEW & EXPEDITE.
                      Your customers have given hard earned life time saving and borrowed, paying Interest, EMI & Rent. Visualize the hardship & misery, if possession is not given in time.

                      I request the MD of M/s CHD Developers Ltd as a Captain of stakeholders to share his vision & approach how he planning to meet Schedule Targets with written communication to buyers.

                      Once again my best Wishes


                      Malik SK
                      Your Customer


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