After a delay of more than a year, owners of flats in the Commonwealth Games Village will finally get their possession letters.
The completion certificates for the flats will be given from next week.
The Delhi Urban Arts Commission (DUAC), which earlier refused to give completion certificates for exceeding the sanctioned floor-area ratio, agreed to give its nod to the residential complex.
“We have cleared the proposal,” Navneet Kumar, secretary, DUAC, told HT.
Of the 1,168 flats, 400 were sold by Emaar MGF, which built the complex on the public-private partnership basis with the Delhi Development Authority.
The flats, which cost between R2 crore and R5 crore, were supposed to be handed over to the buyers after the Games. But the process got stuck after DUAC raised objections.
Emaar had demolished 17 flats that violated the DUAC norm on its own in June this year.
“The DDA will give the necessary clearances regarding the flats in 32 out of 34 towers from next week. Two towers in the complex will remain sealed,” said urban development minister Kamal Nath.