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Noida authority asks Sunshine builders to pay Rs 15 crore dues before June 15, else face legal action

The builder has delayed handover of units in its Sunshine Helios housing project, coming up in Sector 78. The project was started in 2010 with a promise of delivery in 2013.

noida Updated: May 19, 2017 22:39 IST
Vinod Rajput
Noida authority

Buyers and residents of Sunshine Helios housing project during a meeting with authority official and the developer on Friday. (Sunil Ghosh /HT Photo)

The Noida authority on Friday warned Harendra Yadav, director of Sunshine Infrawell Private Limited, to deliver on promises made to homebuyers or else be ready to face legal action.

The authority additional chief executive officer Manish Verma on Friday pulled up Yadav for coming to the tripartite meeting unprepared and failing to reply to homebuyers questions in a proper manner.

The builder has delayed handover of units in its Sunshine Helios housing project, coming up in Sector 78. The project was started in 2010 with a promise of delivery in 2013. The developer has built 406 dwelling units. However, he is yet to clear land dues to the authority and obtain an occupancy certificate, which is necessary for granting possession.

“Since the builder has not cleared land dues amounting to Rs 30 crore, we are unable to get registry executed of our flats. The builder uses bouncers to threaten us if we ask questions. He has violated the building plan layout and is yet to finish common facilities,” said Ashok Sarraf, a buyer.

Sunshine builders has constructed a total six towers, each 22 storeys high.

“The builder has also constructed illegal flats in the basement and has not provided adequate parking space. After offering possession in 2013 illegally, he stopped paying heed to our demands to complete the remaining facilities. The club house is not yet built. All flats are sold out and the builder has siphoned off money elsewhere without clearing the land dues,” alleged Amit Panwar, a buyer.

“The builder applied for occupancy certificate without providing even the basic certificates such a fire NOC (no-objection certificate), pollution NOC, structure stability and lift NOC. The builder has to clear at least Rs 15 crore of the pending land dues immediately, if he wants the OC. If he does not deposit the amount before June 15, then the authority will not be able to issue the OC,” Verma said.

“I will try my level best to raise this amount before June 15 and address the other issues as well. I could not deliver flats on time because of market slowdown,” Yadav said.