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Gurgaon developer’s licence cancelled

The Haryana Town and Country Planning department on Friday cancelled the licence of a private developer in Gurgaon, barring it from setting up a group housing colony in Sector 70-A, as it failed to comply with the terms and conditions of the licence.

india Updated: Jul 08, 2011 22:29 IST
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The Haryana Town and Country Planning department on Friday cancelled the licence of a private developer in Gurgaon, barring it from setting up a group housing colony in Sector 70-A, as it failed to comply with the terms and conditions of the licence.

The action came after the licensee failed to deposit external development charges (EDC) and infrastructure development charges (IDC) in time.

The administration has also advised people not to enter into any kind of transaction with the developer. A notice board intimidating people about the cancellation of the license will also be installed at the site.

Senior town planner Md Yusuf Manssori said the licence was granted in 2009.

The licence was obtained jointly by Brahma Parkash, Ram Niwas, Dayanand, Roshan Lal, Amit Kumar, Sumit Kumar along with M/s Paul Infrastructure and Developers Pvt Ltd. It was obtained under the Haryana Urban and Regulation of Urban Act 1975 to develop the colony over 12 acres of land falling under the revenue estate of village Palra in Sector 70-A, Gurgaon-Maneser Urban Complex.

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