The Gurgaon-based DLF phase-1 real estate authorities created buzz for enforcing punitive steps on 23 residential properties in accordance to carrying out illegal commercial activities which are in non-compliance with the norms formed.
In addition to imposing strict action, the Gurgaon real estate developers have submitted their concern in writing via an open letter to the ED enforcement directorate office of the district to impose stringent steps against residential spaces that have consented illegally to carry out business activities like eateries, restaurants,, shops and currency transaction-based services in corporate offices on residential spaces which are indeed failing to meet the requisites defined of the building norms. Also, giving a display of informed residents of the RERA registered licensed locality, they have intervened by filing up complaints under various provisions so as to tackle the issue.
As per the survey carried out recently in the area, the real estate developer has now managed to flag 23 residential units and have also shared the same flagged properties details with the concerned authorities which include GMDA-Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority, MCG-Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon and DTCP for notable actions further.
Property consultant in Gurgaon have raised the concern which includes that the shops, illegal fruits/vegetable stock are made, grocery are functional and other businesses od essentials tag like take away services at restaurants are in function from some residential spaces without seeking any permission from the authority concerned, locals said. As per the pre-requisites, no business activities, excluding some which can be run via the residential spaces. DTP chief, RS Batth said that there is a list of few activities granted permission to function under the non-nuisance field.
Prior to the pandemic-driven lockdown, the real estate developer DLF had addressed their concern marking authorities at DTCP of carrying away of unauthorised constructional development viz; 16 residential plots in DLF-3 had been carried out in violation of the defined pre-requisites. Furthermore, the complaint lodged by the DLF has also covered the issues like procurement of sewer connections and water-pipe connections, all in an illegal manner.