After nearly a decade of handing over their condominium’s maintenance, the residents of Oakwood in DLF City Phase 2 are staring at another mounting civic issue.
The residents have claimed that the elevators in the locality are running without licence. They said even though they had raised the issue with the authorities several times, nothing has been done. “We approached the lifts inspectorate in 2010. We were told that an inspection will be conducted. But we haven’t received any written response,” said Amar Sharma, a resident.
Another key issue that the residents’ welfare association has raised is that there is no record of its members. Though the RWA approached the Registrar of Societies with two petitions six months ago, no relevant action has been taken.
“There is no transparency in the handover process. Though the registrar assured to take action, there has been no effective response,” said Rima Chibb, another resident.
Even as the green environs are a major draw for prospective buyers, Oakwood residents feel the green area which they had been promised can be hardly seen today. “The lawns have lost their green cover. There is hardly any open space for kids to play,” said Rima, a resident.