The DTCP Has Prohibited The Sale Of Homes In 18 Gurugram Societies Due To Licence Rule Violations

Amit Madholia, district town planner (enforcement), stated that action was taken against the 18 societies and notices were posted at the premises in accordance with the DTCP director’s office’s instructions.

The department of town and country planning (DTCP) has prohibited the purchase and sale of properties in 18 residential societies in Gurugram due to licence violations and non-payment of dues, including external development costs (EDC).

According to sources, the department has also directed the tehsildars in charge not to execute any sale deeds in these organisations.

Amit Madholia, district town planner (enforcement), stated that action was taken against the 18 societies and notices were posted at the premises in accordance with the DTCP director’s office’s instructions.

How DTCP Discovered More Than 50 Projects With License Rule Violations

In fact, the DTCP discovered more than 50 projects with identical infractions, but only one was sanctioned in the first round. The remaining initiatives will face similar consequences in the coming days.

“The residents is hereby officially informed that these builders had not renewed the colony’s licence and so it has disrupted the terms and conditions of the licence.” That’s why no property will be sold or purchased in this colony, and the tehsildhar concerned has been notified.

As a result, the general public is thus advised not to conduct any sales or purchases in this colony, or you will be held liable for any harm or loss, as stated in the DTCP notice.

According to Amit Madholia, district town planner (enforcement), action was initiated against the 18 societies and notices were issued at the premises per the DTCP director’s office’s orders.

In fact, the DTCP uncovered over 50 projects with the same offences, but only one was sanctioned in the first round. In the coming days, the remaining ventures will face similar consequences.

Residents Of These Societies Appealed To The Department Authorities

“All the residents legally told that the builder has not renewed the colony’s licence before the due date, may face several prohibitions due to violations of the licence’s terms and conditions.

“We could have easily shut these premises,” said another DTCP officer. However, because so many properties were inhabited, the government simply prohibited the recording of sale deeds. In almost every case, the developers wilfully disregarded the licence terms and restrictions.”

Meanwhile, residents of these societies petitioned department authorities, requesting that the restriction be lifted on the grounds that the prices of their houses would be adversely affected as a result of this action.

According to officials, the department urged them to make a representation because the action is aimed at the developers rather than the citizens.

Last month, the DTCP directed the revenue department to freeze all sale deed registrations in Sushant Lok 2 since the developers, Ansal Buildwell, refused to renew the project licence even after it had expired for years.

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