“There are about 3,300 such allottees who have not yet registered their properties. Due to this, more than Rs 200 crore of the Greater Noida Authority is stuck as premium and lease rent,” the authority said in a statement.
“There are about 3,300 plot buyers of the Greater Noida Authority’s built-up housing scheme (BHS) 05 to BHS-17 in 2010 and residential plot scheme (RPS) 01 and left over plot (LOP) schemes, who have not yet registered,” it said.
The flats and single-storey houses are located in Sector 3, Omicron II, Xu 2, Xu 3, MU 2, Omicron One, Omicron One A, Eta II etc. The other plots are in Sector Alpha, Beta, co-operative society in Sector 3, Delta One, Eta, Omicron Three, Chi-Fi etc, it said.
The GNIDA said because of the non-registry, the stamp department of the state is also losing out on revenue.
If any allottee needs any information related to registration, then she/he can call the authority’s call centre numbers 0120-2336046, 47 48 and 49, it added.