The Gurugram Municipal Corporation (MCC) this week decided to hold interactive sessions with residents of RWAs, builders and local councils to control 11 privately-built colonies in the city, officials said Tuesday. According to him, the civic body will prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for each colony.
11 colonies are DLF 4, DLF 5, Mayfield Garden, Malibu Towne, Vipul World, Rosewood City, Uppal Southend, Greenwood City, Ardee City, Sushant Lok 2 and Sushant Lok 3.
According to officials, the assessment of these 11 colonies was completed last week by two private agencies.
“Before the completion of the DPR for each colony, we would like to include input from stakeholders to ensure that all views are held accountable and that corrections and changes may be made. Engineer, MCG.
Gill said in one session that the civic body would resolve the issues of two or three colonies near one of their community centers.
Officials said the two agencies had been asked to submit the survey report to MCCG by December 20. The findings of the review will be reviewed by MCG officials as we prepare the final DPR. The DPR includes estimates needed to correct deficiencies in each of the 11 colonies. Next, the file will be sent to the ULB Directorate for approval. ”
Existing civic infrastructure such as roads, sewers, fruits and vegetables, water lines, community centers and street lights were inspected to ensure that all facilities listed at the time of the construction plan were completed. Properly. Accordingly, MCG provides the option to rectify these deficiencies and provide the builders with the option of either correcting the deficiencies themselves or paying the MCG and handing over the colonies immediately.
DLF 4, DLF 5, Sushant Lok 2 and Sushant Lok 3 are within walking distance of Golf Course Road (GCR) and the remaining seven colonies are located near Vikas Marg or Sona Road.
We look forward to sharing our resources with MGG during the session, especially in Ardi. Because of poor care, residents have raised money to fix some problems. So, roads need to be improved and we want MCCG to take over as soon as it takes over the colony, said Chaitali Manhotra, a member of Ardie Arwae.