They alleged that the developer took occupancy certificate (OC) for project in 2017 but failed to complete the pending work even after 4 years despite repeated complaints.
The residents have demanded that the OC of project Terra be put on hold by the authorities concerned till the time all works in the project are completed by the builder. Over 600 families are currently living the township.
Satyavir Sangwan, a resident, said, “A conditional OC was granted by the concerned department on the terms that in absence of essential services such as electricity, water and sewer lines, builders will provide these services to residents at its cost. However, the builder failed to complete any pending work after getting partial OC, and we continue to suffer.”
The residents complained that during every monsoon season, the society gets flooded. The basement is usually filled with water and the plasters are tearing off. The entire structure is being compromised as the pillars have taken heavy damage, said another resident.
PK Naithani, RWA president of Park Serene, said, “The department has not carried out any audit and even if the authority passes any orders, the builder unabashedly violates it.”
Rajeev Gupta, CMD of BPMS, said, that the master storm water drain in the area has not been laid by the GMDA yet. “We have put other measures to pump out storm water in adjoining areas to avoid flooding on the site. Electrical infrastructure, including our 33kv substation is ready, but it can only be energised once DHBVN feeding the 33kv substation at Sector 99 is commissioned,” Gupta said.