Gurugram civic physique to assessment DLF 1, 2 & 3 infrastructure | Gurgaon Information


GUURGRAM: The takeover means of three DLF phases within the metropolis by the Municipal Company of Gurugram (MCG) is lastly shaping up, with the civic physique rushing up the process by deciding to provoke deficiency evaluation in these areas.
Folks dwelling in DLF Section 1, 2 and three have raised a number of complaints relating to the pending infrastructure work and improper upkeep in these licenced colonies. Consequently, the civic physique is now planning to assessment the deficiencies within the three areas, officers stated on Sunday.

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The state authorities had directed the director of the city and nation planning division to switch the upkeep accountability of those colonies to the MCG in February 2019 with the mandate that the civic physique will take over the colonies after due verification of the work achieved by the developer and the deficiencies.
A senior MCG official stated a gathering has been scheduled for January 6, by which the ward councillor, the developer, and officers can be current. The intention is to debate the infrastructure deficiencies associated to roads, sewerage, drains and parks.
The official added that the chief engineer of the MCG has been requested to submit an up to date standing report on the event work within the areas whereas the developer has been directed to ship a senior consultant to the assembly.
RS Rathee, councillor of Ward 34, stated the residents have been going through difficulties attributable to infrastructural deficiencies and it may solely be resolved after the civic physique takes over the colonies.
As per the 2019 order, the opposite colonies that have been a part of the MCG takeover embrace Sushant Lok 1, Palam Vihar, Suncity, South Metropolis 1 and a pair of. Whereas these colonies have already come below the civic physique’s purview and growth work has began in these areas, DLF phases 1, 2 and three are nonetheless to be taken over by the company.
In December 2019, DLF had knowledgeable the civic physique that it might full the infrastructure work as quickly because the blanket ban imposed by the Supreme Court docket was lifted. The developer additionally stated it was finishing up the upkeep work on water provide, sewerage, horticulture, maintenance, safety amongst others in session with the residents’ welfare affiliation (RWA).
The developer had additionally replied to the complaints of the DLF Section 3 RWA on the poor situation of a park. DLF had charged preferential location prices (PLCs) from the plot holders. Thereafter, a letter from the MCG joint commissioner (III) stated a lot of complaints on water, sewerage, horticulture and sanitation have been pouring in owing to the developer not handing over the areas.
In February 2020, DLF submitted a progress report by which it claimed to have accomplished the pending infrastructure work resembling the development of roads, sewerage community and drainages, laying of water pipelines and growth of parks and requested the company to ship its group for verification.



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