The notice was issued to the Royal Green Condominium Association of Sare Homes society by GMDA’s urban environment division on Thursday. The notice states that “the green belt has been destroyed” and an unauthorised path opened without permission.
The urban development and urban housing department has finally invited objections and suggestions from the public at large to finalise the ‘Gujarat Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Regulations, 2021’ before November 9.
The BEEP has come forward to conduct training on Eco-Niwas Samhitha to around 13,000 engineers/employees in housing department and village/ward secretariat departments in a phased manner.
According to some members of the Krrish Brahma Buyers’ Association, the project was launched in 2010 and comprises around 466 plots, many of which were allotted to them the same year. The project has been jointly developed by Krrish Realtech Pvt Ltd (KRPL) and Brahma City Pvt Ltd (BCPL), they said.
However, while K-RERA plans to act against defaulting developers, realtors say hurdles caused by the pandemic was the reason for projects lying incomplete and want deadlines pushed back by another six months.
As per the instructions of the municipal commissioner, “the notified sites of dumping C&D waste has been squeezed from 61 to just 17”, the East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) said in a statement.
Gopakumar said that the IIA is ready to launch a strong campaign to build public opinion. “We will look at it as an opportunity to conduct environmental impact studies in collaboration with the state government and formulate a new design policy for Kerala.”
The report pointed out that developers are also taking steps such as renovating lobbies with more greenery, adding more shared event spaces and upgrading the hygiene standards of buildings to eliminate Covid fears.
While disposing of the matter, the tribunal held that the statutory rules of Punjab acknowledge the requirement and implementation has to be ensured by the authorities along with the cooperation of citizens.
DHBVN has sent bills at a rate of 13.30 per unit. The residents say they are bearing the brunt of the developer’s “negligent attitude” in getting a domestic line even seven years after getting the possession.