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The Haryana real estate regulatory authority (HRERA) Gurugram bench has issued a show-cause notice to the promoter of Ansal Highland Park after the developer failed to submit the necessary documents for the housing project. Ansal Highland Park is a residential group housing colony being built in Gurugram’s Sector 103.
The authority stated in its proceedings that “The promoter may be served with a show-cause notice for the penalty of Rs 10,000 per day for the duration of the default under Section 63 of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, and why the HRERA registration may not be revoked under Section 7 of the Act, 2016.
The authorities have granted the promoter a month’s time to appear in person in court with a response to the show-cause notice during the next date of hearing on November 22. The promoter was asked to submit service plans and estimates for the project.
“The registration certificate (RC) for the project was issued on April 1, 2019.” The promoter was required to submit revised building plans and service plan estimates within three months of the certificate’s issuance, according to condition number 8 of the registration certificate.
“However, the service plan and estimates have yet to be submitted, which is a violation of the original HRERA registration certificate.” In addition, the revalidated building plans were not submitted with the application,” the authority stated.
The project was granted a licence in April 2012, and seven years later, in April 2019, it received RERA registration, which expired on May 30, 2022. This includes a six-month grace period due to the COVID pandemic.
On May 11, 2022, the promoter applied for the continuation of the RC under Section 7(3) of the Act 2016.
“Any real estate project must be completed in accordance with the terms and conditions mandated by the Act of 2016.” “The authority only issues an RC to a project after it is satisfied that the documents are complete,” said K K Khandelwal, chairman of RERA.