In Gurugram, only 93 real estate projects have been finished since 1992, according to a report released by the Town and Country Planning department.
14 licenced colonies are either being prosecuted or are embroiled in licence problems, and another 21 permits have been cancelled.
All of this information was made public during the recently concluded monsoon session of the Haryana Legislative Assembly.
Why Development Permit Is Required To Extend The Licence
Rakesh Daultabad, a Badshahpur MLA in charge of the Town and Country Planning division, asked Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister, an unstarred question, and he answered it.
The normal length of a development permit for a colony is five years. If a developer has paid an extension fee in line with the department’s methodology, the town and country planning department may extend a licence for up to an extra five years.
Why Licences Are Still Waiting For Queries
The possibility to postpone the project for at least 10 to 12 years therefore exists for the builder. 93 developers reportedly handed their projects to RWA or the appropriate civic body, according to queries.
The remaining 21 licensees are still waiting for their completion certificates and have not yet paid the fee for a time extension.
The department, several courts in the Gurugram district, or the Punjab and Haryana High Court are all currently working out the cancellation procedures for the remaining 14 projects.