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  • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

    Originally posted by Imperialnoid View Post
    Just as our authorities were dealing with the collapse of a 50-year-old structure that killed ten people in north Delhi’s Inderlok on June 28, a similar disaster played out in Chennai.
    On the outskirts of the Tamil Nadu capital, 61 persons, mostly contract workers employed at an under-construction 11-storey building, were buried alive when the structure collapsed. The site where the building was coming up was a huge wetland and the water catchment area for the Porur Lake till a few years ago.
    The investigators suspect the soil condition was not favourable for a high-rise.
    In Delhi, the Yamuna floodplains and wetlands are home to almost one-fifth of the city’s population. These high-density population areas - from northeast Delhi to Noida, Okhla, Badarpur and Faridabad in Haryana - are highly vulnerable because structures, legal and illegal, have been built on soft alluvial soil. These buildings virtually float on a high groundwater table that keeps weakening their foundations.
    What makes it worse is that Delhi’s floodplains are located in seismic zone IV, the second-highest earthquake hazard zone in India. Even medium-intensity tremors can lead to liquefaction of soil — a condition resembling quicksand — sinking all structures resting on water-saturated grounds by the Yamuna.
    The bad quality of construction in most unauthorised colonies littering the Yamuna floodplain increases the risk manifold.
    Remember the Lalita Park building collapse in 2010 that killed 71 people? The foundation of the wafer-thin structure had simply dissolved in the river water that had accumulated in the basement. No structural audits have ever been done in the unauthorised colonies that earned the legal tag in the run-up to the Delhi Assembly elections last year.
    According to a petition in the National Green Tribunal (NGT), nearly 4,000 acre of farmland on the floodplains along 30 km of the river in Noida has been grabbed by the land mafia, mainly to build expensive farmhouses.
    Despite the NGT’s order to remove every piece of concrete from the riverbed, the illegal realty market thrives.
    The Hindon floodplain in Ghaziabad has also seen unabated construction. In spite of a court moratorium, nothing stops owners from registering these properties with the government.
    Construction on riverbed is prohibited only under the rules laid down in the local master plans that are often violated or amended by state governments to suit local interests.
    Even if they don’t have vested interest in mind, most governments see their floodplains as wasteland that could be put to use by constructing on it. So Delhi built power plants, metro parking yards, the Secretariat building, Akshardham temple, and most recently the Commonwealth Games Village on the Yamuna riverbed.
    Perhaps, it is the government that needs to be policed. But the proposal to notify the River Regulation Zone (RRZ) under the Environment Protection Act of 1986 to regulate both private and public activities on the floodplains has been gathering dust since 2002.
    How many Chennai-like tragedies do we need before the risk sinks in?
    In many cities across the world, the idea of freeing rivers is gaining ground. In the US, New Orleans is breaking its floodwalls to allow the storm water to come into the city by building new canals and ponds. After building dykes to keep waters from entering the country for 800 years, the Dutch are now implementing the “Room for the River’ project by moving dozens of dykes back, increasing the depth of flood channels, reducing the height of the groynes and constructing a flood bypass.
    The Dutch government also demolished 50 houses and some shops to make room for the river Waal. Relocating a fifth of its population is not an option for Delhi.
    But as long as authorities keep finding excuses for not removing non-residential structures and upscale farmhouses or imposing a permanent ban on fresh construction in the floodplains, Delhi won’t escape that sinking feeling.

    - See more at: Why the Chennai building collapse should give Delhi a sinking feeling - Hindustan Times
    Jaypee struggled with the foundations in WT due to the same reasons. Then they said they had "resolved" the problems that they were having. Does anyone know how they actually managed to get the issues resolved? I remember someone said it was an overseas company(from Hong Kong?) that had redesigned the foundations. I am just curious. One wouldn't want to be living in a death trap.

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    • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

      Hello..

      Huge protest is planned against jaypee on 30th Aug..please book this date now and join the protest on 30th Aug..Show the strength to jaypee that we all want our home..
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      • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

        Originally posted by rahul21jan81 View Post
        Hello..

        Huge protest is planned against jaypee on 30th Aug..please book this date now and join the protest on 30th Aug..Show the strength to jaypee that we all want our home..
        JP facebook grp for updates ...
        https://www.facebook.com/groups/jayp...ishtown.noida/

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        • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

          www.ndtv.com/video/player/property-india/property-india-delay-in-flat-possession-causing-problems/333466

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          • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

            Hd a chance to drive to WT after a long time. Work is on but very slow. A couple of pics:Click image for larger version

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            • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

              Originally posted by dineshsays View Post
              Hd a chance to drive to WT after a long time. Work is on but very slow. A couple of pics:[ATTACH]52496[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52497[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52499[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52500[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52501[/ATTACH]
              Hi dinesh

              Have u taken a look at kristal site was work going on........

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              • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

                Originally posted by dineshsays View Post
                Hd a chance to drive to WT after a long time. Work is on but very slow. A couple of pics:[ATTACH]52496[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52497[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52499[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52500[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52501[/ATTACH]
                Dinesh Bhai, orchards B1 tower (3rd pic) reaches 30 floor. correct ??

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                • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

                  Originally posted by dineshsays View Post
                  Hd a chance to drive to WT after a long time. Work is on but very slow. A couple of pics:[ATTACH]52496[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52497[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52499[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52500[/ATTACH][ATTACH]52501[/ATTACH]
                  Dinesh Bhai what is holding back Kalypso 1 and 2? Is it the NGT? They look ready to me.

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                  • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

                    Kalypso is looking great indeed. I tried getting in last week but got stopped at the entrance.

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                    • Re : Jaypee Greens Wishtown, Noida

                      Originally posted by dhinkachika View Post
                      Hi dinesh

                      Have u taken a look at kristal site was work going on........
                      Hi bro - yes work was on at Kristal. They hv driven a lot of piles in and the raft/pile cap should start in a while. Since parking is only on podium (If I remember correct) - coming to GF should be faster (no B1, B2). I spoke to the gaurd there - Vikas is the contractor. Today being Rakhi there wasnt any chap from the contractor to talk to.

                      For most payment plans - they hv to start construction in earnest if they are to make money from Kristal

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