Now all allottees in Noida will get an option to apply for completion certificates online. Moreover, allottees under all categories will be able to self-assess the infringement of the building plan rules and pay the compounding charges to the Noida Authority online.
So far, the Authority was processing applications of only industrial and residential allottees online. And over 1,600 allottees in Noida have sought completion certificates through the Authority’s online platform to date. On Tuesday, the Authority expanded the scope of its online services for all allottees — including commercial, group housing and institutional — and said the options will go live for users from Wednesday.
Officials said that at present only 21 applications for completion certificates are pending with the Authority, while the remaining ones have been disposed of.
“Either the completion certificate has been issued or the allottees have been asked to submit the pending documents to get the same. Currently, only 21 out of 1,626 applications are pending at our end,” said an official from the Authority.
CEO Ritu Maheshwari said that a maximum of 90 days will be taken to dispose of an application for issuing the completion certificate.
“Alerts will be sent out to the registered mobile number of an allottee at every stage. Applicants will be informed to furnish the required documents because of which the application remains pending through text messages.”
While residential plot owners have less paperwork to do for getting the completion certificate, a set of 30 to 35 documents have to be submitted for other kinds of plots. These documents include no-objection certificates from the pollution board and the fire department, certificates related to safety of elevators, structure of the building, labour cess registration and rainwater harvesting certificate.
The Authority will examine the infringement reported by an allottee and the original plan that had been sanctioned before deputing a team of officials from the planning department to visit the site and see if all the formalities have been completed, before issuing the completion certificate. “It will be issued online with a digital signature and the applicant will not be required to visit the Authority office,” she said.