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Dtcp Razes 250 Structures In 14 Colonies, Frees 46 Acres, Real Estate News, Realty Beat

Dtcp Razes 250 Structures In 14 Colonies, Frees 46 Acres, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate
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GURUGRAM: Fourteen illegal colonies spread over 46 acres in Bhondsi, Farrukhnagar and other areas of Gurgaon were demolished by the enforcement wing of town and country planning department on Wednesday.

During the drive, the team in presence of police force razed around 250 structures, 16 under-construction houses, four shops, a property dealer’s office, boundary walls and road networks.

District Town Planner (Enforcement) RS Batth said it was seventh consecutive demolition drive without a break and on Wednesday total of five illegal colonies developed on 10 acre land were demolished with the help of earthmovers. During the drive, six under-construction houses, 25 other structures, five boundary walls and road network were razed, he said.

“These colonies were in initial stage and on the basis of complaints, the department served notices and when the developers failed to furnish satisfactory reply, the colonies were razed,” he added.

On Tuesday, the team carried out demolition drive at three locations and razed nine illegal colonies on 36 acre land. “A two acre colony in Pawala Khusurpur, two colonies on four-acre in Chandu and six colonies on 30-acre land in Farukhnagar were razed,” said Batth and added the team razed 10 under-construction houses, 200 other structures, four shops, dealer office and road network.

Batth said the colonies were being developed without any permission from the concerned department in violation of Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act 1975.

He said the violation of Act is a punishable offence with imprisonment up to 3 years, therefore, the department will soon register police complaint against the offenders. We will also write to police to stop the development of unauthorized colony being done by the offenders and other offenders whose name gets associated with the offence, he said.


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