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Gurgaon: Centrum Park residents stuck with dug-up approach road to new homes

The approach road to the housing society near NPR has been dug up and is all the more dangerous during rain

gurgaon Updated: Jul 12, 2017 23:06 IST
Dhananjay Jha
One resident said delivery boys and courier services have started refusing to come to the area.
One resident said delivery boys and courier services have started refusing to come to the area.

More than 70 families in Centrum Park in Sector 103 are facing difficulties commuting to and from their homes as the only approach road to the area has been dug up. Residents said they have been writing to the developer to address the issue.

Centrum Park is a society of 250 units developed by Indiabulls along the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR). Infrastructure such as roads, sewage, water and electricity in new sectors along the NPR is poor, but many homebuyers have still shifted to the flats that they had invested in.

Residents of Centrum Park moved into the society in the past nine months. They take the dug-up approach road via Daulatabad village to reach NPR and cross the rail overbridge near Rajendra Park to reach the main city.

Anil Soni, a resident, said, “When digging started around three months ago, we thought a sewage network would be laid. Since then, we have been trying to gather information about the road and have been writing to and meeting Indiabulls executives.”

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“As the road is in a dangerous state and becomes even more so during rains, we face a very tough time getting things for our daily needs such as bread, butter and milk. Courier boys and delivery boys of other services have started refusing to come to the area,” said Tushar Lahiri, another resident. He added that they are planning to meet the deputy commissioner and submit a memorandum.

“We will form a residents’ welfare association as we are finding it difficult to make our voice heard,” said Sudhir Garg, another resident.

Surender Singh Tonk, chief facility manager, Indiabulls Centrum Park, said, “We are on the job and hope the problem will be resolved in a couple of weeks.”