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DTCP cancels Sare Homes’ licence

According to DTCP, the builder, Ramprastha Sare Realty Pvt Ltd (now known as Sare Gurugram Pvt Ltd), got the licence in parts, in 2009 and 2011, for setting up of the group housing colony on 48 acres.

The department of town and country planning (DTCP), on the directions of chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar and after multiple complaints received from residents on several platforms, on Thursday recommended the cancellation of licence granted to Sare Homes in Sector 92.

The DTCP also suggested working out of modalities, including loans, mortgage and unsold inventory, for the colony’s takeover.

According to DTCP, the builder, Ramprastha Sare Realty Pvt Ltd (now known as Sare Gurugram Pvt Ltd), got the licence in parts, in 2009 and 2011, for setting up of the group housing colony on 48 acres. The society received occupation certificates for phases 1 and 2, which have about 1,200 flats. They were handed over in 2015 and 2017. Most of these are occupied now,” said RS Batth, the district town planner (enforcement).

“Only the first two phases are complete. Five others, including a commercial one, are pending. Buyers have to pay about Rs 200 crore. Therefore, it is better if a government agency takes over the project and completes the remaining phases,” said Parveen Malik, a resident.

In a status report and letter written to DTCP director general K M Pandurang, Batth said, “Keeping in view the peculiar situation, as there are no directors in the builder company and the society is developed, the process for cancellation of licence may be initiated.”

Batth said once the decision on licence cancellation is taken, the department will examine the possibilities of a takeover and getting the project completed through a government agency or third party.

Earlier, a person named Aditya Jakhar had filed a complaint that was taken up by the district grievance committee. Malik had also made a representation before the DTP’s office. The residents had complained about incomplete towers and nonfunctional firefighting system, and also alleged they were paying electricity charges on time but the facility management was not depositing it to the government.

During a site visit with the additional district fire officer, Batth found that there were deficiencies in the firefighting system, which required an expenditure of Rs 10-15 lakh. 

For issues related to electricity, Jakhar had requested CM Khattar to constitute a monitoring committee, which was later formed.


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