The Noida authority on Wednesday called a meeting of residents of Aditya Urban Casa in Sector 78 and Supertech’s Pavilion in Sector 34 and realtors to discuss issues in the projects.
The meeting was held in Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra in Sector 6.
“Since both builders have already given possession of the flats, only 10-15 residents participated in the meetings. Their issues were related to hefty maintenance charges imposed by the builders, inadequate parking space, poor security and violation of building layout plan,” Manish Verma, an additional chief executive officer (ACEO) of the Noida authority, who held the meeting, said.
The authority directed the builders to address residents’ issues at the earliest.
Residents of Aditya Urban Casa residents alleged that the builder has not yet provided parking facility in the designated parking are despite most of them having moved in almost two years ago.
“We have been demanding that the parking site for each flat be earmarked but the builder has not paid heed to our demand till date. Apart from the parking issue, the builder has not maintained transparency in dealing with the maintenance charges. Security and water supply and other facilities are not what were promised,” said Vivek Tiwari, a resident of Aditya Urban Casa.
The authority warned the builder of action if the problems are not addressed by the next week.
“I will share all details related to maintenance charges with residents in a week. We will address all issues of residents soon,” a spokesperson for Aditya Urban Casa said.
Residents of Pavilion alleged that the builder has not provided sufficient parking area and has also violated layout map. “We are unable to get our property registered because it is yet to be given final approvals,” Rakesh Kumar, a homebuyer, said.
“We have provided all facilities in the project and delivered the project on time. We will get the registration done after completing all remaining formalities,” said a Supertech Group spokesperson.
ACEO Verma said, “Residents will be able to register their properties once the state government approves additional floor area ratio and population density in the project. The authority has already sought approval from the state government. We will also send a reminder so that residents can get their properties registered.”