Ghaziabad: GDA rejects completion certificate applications of 24 housing projects
The GDA released a list of 24 projects that it said were incomplete and their applications for completion certificate (CC) were rejectednoida Updated: Jul 31, 2017 23:10 IST
The Ghaziabad development authority (GDA) on Monday released a list of 24 projects that it said were found to be incomplete and their applications for completion certificate (CC) were rejected.
Authority officials said that the developers of these projects will have to complete the pending works and apply again. The authority also made it mandatory for them to register their projects with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA).
Officials of the authority said that seven out of 24 applications were received before October 27, 2016, the date on which the UP government had rolled out RERA rules. The remaining 17 applications for CCs were received after October 27.
“During inspections carried out at the project sites, it was found that development works were incomplete and not in accordance with the sanctioned plan. Therefore, their CC applications were rejected,” said Ishtiyak Ahmad, chief architect and town planner, GDA.
“The seven (projects) whose applications were received before October 27, 2016 will now have to mandatorily carry out development works to get CCs. The rules in October had said that the developers who took CCs prior to the date were not required to register under RERA. Now, these seven will have to apply again after completing their pending works and will have to register under RERA. The remaining 17 will also have to get registered under RERA anyway,” he added.
Along with a statement about the 24 projects, the authority officials on Monday also released a list of these rejected applications. The list included different projects at Raj Nagar Extension, Indirapuram, Vaishali, Crossings Republik, Loni and Raj Nagar District Centre.
According to GDA officials, an inspection of the projects was taken up before the CCs could be awarded and the 24 projects were found not adhering to the sanctioned plan and development works were not carried out at the ground level.