Greater Noida will decide on revised Czar Society map before July 8
The Allahabad high court had in January stayed allotment of flats in Supertech’s projectUpdated: May 04, 2017 15:44 IST
The Greater Noida authority on Wednesday said it will decide and dispose of the representation given by Supertech group regarding the revised sanction plan of 1,908 dwelling units in Czar Society in Sector Omicron.
The move comes in response to the Allahabad high court order in which the court directed the state government to decide and dispose of the representation of revised sanction plan submitted by Supertech.
“The Allahabad high court on Wednesday directed the state government to dispose of the Supertech’s representation on merits, in accordance with law and without being influenced by earlier interim orders of the high court. Now the Greater Noida authority will look into the matter and dispose of the builder’s application pertaining to revision of building layout map before July 8, the next date of hearing in the case,” said BB Johri, advocate of the Greater Noida authority.
The Greater Noida authority on February 22 had sealed villas and flats in Supertech’s Czar housing complex following the interim order from the Allahabad high court.
“The court has also asked that a status quo be maintained in the society. It means that the Greater Noida authority will not seal more flats or villas. The court has asked the authority to dispose of the builder’s representation before July 8, when the court will hear the case again,” Johri said.
The Allahabad high court had in January 2017 stayed allotment of flats in Supertech’s Czar project, taking cognizance of a plea by home owners alleging that the real estate major built over 1,000 residential units in violation of sanctioned building plans.
However, Supertech maintained it has not violated the sanctioned building map.
“Instead of one, we constructed two flats on the same area in our project after purchasing extra floor area ratio. We constructed more flats after getting the revised building map sanctioned by the Greater Noida authority. We had submitted our revised building map stating that we will construct 1,908 flats. As per authority rules, if a map is not approved within 60 days by the authority, it is deemed approved. Therefore, our construction was done after approval,” said RK Arora, CMD, Supertech group.
The high court also issued directions that allottees whose flats have been sealed can approach the authority for getting them unsealed.
“If a resident’s flat or villa has been sealed, he/she can approach the authority for unsealing the same,” Johri said.
Vikas Kumar Sharma, the petitioner in the case, said, “We hope that the Greater Noida authority will decide the case pertaining to revised building map as per law without being influenced by any pressure of any sort. But the authority has already made submissions that it has not approved the revised map. We hope that we will get justice in this case.”