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- This is why I keep saying legal agreements are as important as rate. We bought in AGC 4 years ago during pre launch, when there was no other option. Rates were going up daily.
Unfortunately for us, the water nightmare was lurking in the shadows, we got a cheap rate, but we also got a cheapo builder.CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by abeerbagulThis is why I keep saying legal agreements are as important as rate. We bought in AGC 4 years ago during pre launch, when there was no other option. Rates were going up daily.
Unfortunately for us, the water nightmare was lurking in the shadows, we got a cheap rate, but we also got a cheapo builder.
Abeer, I have all sympathies for you all there...BTW, at what rate currently the flats sell there? Catch one BAKARA and cut it :) I mean cut the deal and exit...:DCommentQuote0Flag
- This is an excerpt from today's Pune Mirror.
After all the hard work from AGC residents to escalate this issue in the media on all possible fronts (TV channels, print media), finally some good news is on the way. Good job AGC residents!
Following Pune Mirror’s story about how the residents of Aditya Gar-den City in Warje were paying through their noses for drinking water, water tax to the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) and usage of water, the PMC has now prepared a water distribution line plan for the area.
But for the time being PMC is carrying out a valve management system on an experimental basis.
The residents of this area pay water tax to PMC. They also pay for 60 tankers daily, buy mineral water for Rs 600 per month per family which amounts to a whopping Rs 57.6 lakh annually.
They even approached the PMC with this issue, but to no avail.
PMC had already allocated Rs 38 lakh in 2010-11 budget, but it was only a budgetary provision for new water distribution lines. It is only after Pune Mirror’s report that the PMC has made the water distribution lines plan.
YG Deshmukh, Executive Engineer of Water Supply Department of PMC for Warje area said, “Currently, the PMC water supply line is upto Cipla Hospital, which we will extend up to Aditya Garden City under the Express Way.
We have made a plan for water distribution lines. The tender is ready and it will come before the standing committee within next 15 days. Till then we will provide water to the resi-dents using valve management.”CommentQuote0Flag
- Man, providing PMC water doesn't really depend on PMC but the builder. If he has the clout, PMC will come immediately after project is complete, if builder is some junk like Kataria of Aditya, nothing will happen. See even his projects like Comfort Zone, Balewadi has no PMC line.CommentQuote0Flag