Plan of action against the poor quality of materials being used in the construction.
Apart from these, many other issues and problems were also apprised by the flat buyers. Some of the buyers informed that, their builder is taking their signature on NOC for the acceptance for the delay in possession date and for the increase of FAR (Floor Area Ratio). NIRALA Group is one among them.
Most of the flat buyers are having objection to it as because, by doing this the flat buyers feel that they will be between the devil and the deep sea. But the builders are putting pressure regularly on buyers and threatening that if they do not do so their flats would be cancelled.
Some buyers of other projects complained that additional towers are being added in the same complex for which no consent were taken from the buyers neither it was mentioned anywhere in the agreement.
Moreover, in some projects, additional towers are being constructed where there was provision of swimming pool / park. The flat buyers of Supertech were complaining of demanding additional payment for the increase of Super Area without their consent.
Flat buyers are under great distress and agony by these acts and are very much agitated. Despite our repeated warning neither the builders nor the authority / UP Government is showing any remedial action from their side.
Many important decisions were taken in the meeting. The Two major decisions were:
It was also decided that NEFOWA will seek permission from Greater Noida Authority to check the quality of construction by expert team from renowned institutions. If authority does not allow for the same within appropriate period, they will go to court.
In the meeting apart from flat buyers of Greater Noida West, the members of many other associations of NCR region also participated. The President of Ghaziabad Federation of Apartment Owner Association, Alok Kumar, Secretary of Federation of Apartment Owner Act, K K Singh, senior Advocate of Supreme Court S K Paul and Architect Sanjeev Kumar were also present in the meeting.
The Legal Expert member and Civil Engineers were the special invitees in the meeting who contributed their valuable information among the buyers. The members of NEFOWA along with Civil Engineers visited some of the project sites and examined the materials and the process being used in the construction. They pointed out many loopholes and the negligence of the same which the buyers felt as alarming.