GURUGRAM: The department of town and country planning (DTCP) has asked the RWAs of six private colonies — Ardee City, Malibu Towne, Mayfield Garden, Vipul World, Uppal South end and Roose Wood City — to submit the details of infrastructure deficiencies in their colony within two days. This will help DTCP prepare a blueprint of existing infrastructure and pending works before handing over the colonies to MCG.

So far, the MCG has taken over Suncity, South City 1-2, Palam Vihar, Sushant Lok 1. The takeover of DLF-1, 2 and 3 is still in process.

In December last year, MCG had passed a resolution to take over the six private colonies. Malibu Towne is spread across Sector 47 next to Sohna Road, Vipul World is located in Sector 48, Mayfield Garden in Sector 51, Uppal Southend and Rosewood City in Sector 49 are located close to each other along Sohna Road and Vikas Marg.

Following the resolution, MCG had sought details from DTCP on the building plan, layout of storm water drains, water and sewerage line, parks, total number of plots, year of construction, status of community centre among others.

DTCP on Tuesday held a meeting with the developers and RWAs of these six colonies. The RWAs were asked to submit in two days the details of pending works of the society. Developer were asked to submit details whether they had obtained completion or part completion certificate for the colony

“We have been requesting MCG for past several years to take over the colony. HSVP and developer have dispute over ownership of around 20 acres of land. DTCP has cancelled the licence of the colony and put restriction on registry of properties. Residents are facing problems due in absence of basic civic amenities,” said Praveen Yadav, Ardee City RWA president.

“Developer stopped the maintenance of Mayfield Garden several years back and till now they have not obtained the completion certificate. Power sub-station, community centre and many other parts of the project is still incomplete,” said Ashok Gulia, former RWA president of J-block of Mayfield Garden.

Ravi Sihag, senior town planner (STP) said RWAs of these six colonies have been asked to submit the details of deficiencies in the colony. “After receiving report, we will seek reply from the developers. MCG will also prepare a detailed project report for each colony before taking over,” he said.

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