BPTP Visionnaire Villas Upcoming Residence in Gurgaon

BPTP Limited is an organization that made India proud with its massive infrastructural development. Since its inception, the company has been continuously delivering quality service and fulfilling the dream of people by constructing world class residential and commercial buildings. Recently, it has launched a luxuriously designed residential project with the name of BPTP Visionnaire Villas. This project is well situated at the exotic location of Gurgaon Sector 70 A. People residing here are well educated and understand their need. Their lifestyle is completely different from other cities. They follow the concept of Work hard and live hard. The developers have chosen this location for the development of Visionnaire Homes because the concept of this housing society is suitable for the lifestyle of people residing here. Spread across 70 acres of luxuriant land, this mega residential society is a place to enjoy never before living experience. Moreover, the surroundings here are nature friendly and creates aesthetic ambience, conducive for living. Exotic Aravali mountain range is located in the close vicinity of this mega residential society, gives an ecstatic view.

Gurgaon’s posh road transit - Golf Extension Road, is at a stone’s throw away distance from Visionnaire Villas housing society. The presence of these important places has risen up the value of residential properties at this residential society. Those who are searching for a real estate property for investment purpose can come to BPTP Visionnaire Villas Gurgaon as a huge return on investment will surely be offered. Major road transits are adjacent to this place which means the residents will get hassle free commuting experience while staying here. Metro Station is also proposed to develop in the close proximity of this mega residential society being developed by BPTP Limited. Moreover, the presence of Amity International School, Gold Souk Mall and Medanata – The Medicity, ensures to fulfill the need of social infrastructure. Entire building of this integrated township is being developed as per the architectural design prepared by Italian architectural master, IPE Cavalli Furnishing. Buildings have been designed exclusively keeping in mind the need and demand of modern age home buyers.

Eco-friendly features of the buildings ensure optimum utilization of natural resources. In addition, entire structure is capable to bear low intensity tremor of earth-quake. Residential offerings at BPTP Visionnaire Homes Gurgaon are available in the form of 4 BHK Villas. Each Villa is spread across the luxuriant land area ranges from 4,707 square feet to 8,739 square feet. The developers have decided to offer these villas in well furnished and Bare-Shell Options so that people can choose any one of them according to their need. Book lovers can’t get any place better than Visionnaire Homes as a study room boasting of a large collection of books will be developed here. Luxuriously designed interiors of the residential offerings promise to offer peace of mind and never before living experience. The developers have also fitted the entire apartments with VRV air-conditioning system in order to keep the balance between inside and outside temperature. A team of well trained security guards vigils across the compound of Visionnaire Homes so as to offer tension free living to the residents. Thus, it is quite clear that everything you need will be served here.

HUDA to concentrate on illegal issues as NPR project misses deadline

GURGAON: As the ambitious NPR project of the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) missed its June 30 deadline, the authorities are yet to clear the legal tangles concerning the project.

The legality arises with land owners demanding hike in compensation. They have challenged HUDA in high court. The project was awarded to a private contractor in 2011 and the tentative deadline was set as 2012. Refusing to divulge the next deadline, a senior HUDA official said: “The work of settling the landowner’s cases is the top priority and it would be done within this month.”

Under the project, the 18-km road will connect Dwarka with National Highway 8 at Kherki Dhaula. In the beginning, the project had hit a stumbling block in form of high tension power lines present in different locations. The problem was sorted out between HUDA and the power discom. It was decided that the HT lines will be shifted underground. The work is nearing completion.

The biggest problem now is the legal cases. HUDA sources have also revealed that some religious structures are also coming in way of the project. “All these issues have been discussed at length and the work of removal of illegal structures is going on at different sites,” said another HUDA official.

As per the plan, the NPR project has hi-tech infrastructure features like the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor to ensure smooth flow of traffic. Foot overbridges will also be constructed on the entire stretch.

The real estate developers, meanwhile, are irked with the delay. “The delay will impact the overall development of the region, which hinged is on the NPR project. If the issues relate to enhanced compensation, HUDA must address it, keeping the fate of other commercial and housing projects that are linked to the NPR,” said a real estate developer.


Residents approach authorities over liquor vend on green belt

Residents of G Block in DLF City Phase 1, led by the area councillor, have urged the financial commissioner and principal secretary of the Haryana government for removing a liquor vend near the block’s green belt. They had shot off a letter to the authorities on May 13.

“Residents of G Block and nearby areas want the liquor vend on the green belt of the Gurgaon-Faridabad expressway removed. The vend near the MG/Golf Course Link Road has been running since April. We have already submitted a memorandum to deputy commissioner PC Meena, but no action has been taken against it so far,” said Rama Rani Rathee, councillor, Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG).

The residents are opposed to the vend as a playschool is situated less than 100 metres away. At night, this vend becomes a full-fledged bar, with additional seating arrangements on the green belt and kiosks selling eatables. It poses a security threat to residents.

“Some residents asked liquor vendor Vijender Yadav with whose permission he had set up the shop. He said he had acquired the shop through an auction and if the government asked him to move the shop, he would,” said GB Singh, a resident.

The Punjab and Haryana HC had passed an order dated January 30, 2009, saying, “The green belt shall not be put to any other use by the director except where any statutory authority like the NHAI decides to utilise and earmark the green belt and spaces along the road for widening of such roads.”


Huda chief orders land mutation within 7 days

Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) administrator Praveen Kumar has asked the estate office to complete the pending land-mutation work within the next seven days. “I want the mutation of all land acquired by the Huda over the years and land ownership records of the district latest by May 29,” Kumar told the two estate officers on Wednesday.

The Huda has acquired over 8,000 acres in Gurgaon, out of which the ownership of roughly 5,800 acres has not changed. The reason being cited is that the authority has not had a land mutation officer for the past several years.

When asked about this, the administrator said, “What matters at the moment is the mutation of land at the earliest. I have already spoken with deputy commissioner PC Meena and requested him for the requisite help in getting the mutation done.”

“As far as I remember, no mutation (of land acquired by the Huda) has taken place in the past five years due to the absence of a land mutation officer. The post is lying vacant and none of the administrators took initiative to recruit someone for the post,” said a senior Huda official.

As per the procedure, the Huda acquires land under sections 4 and 6 (of the Land Acquisition Act) and the acquired land’s ownership is supposed to be transferred in the land registry records at the same time.

Some of these acquired plots are located in sectors which are fully developed and inhabited.


New Eight Lane Road to Connect South Delhi to Gurgaon

A new eight-lane road connecting south Delhi commuters to Gurgaon and Faridabad is expected to come up soon, with the lieutenant governor on Friday giving approval. The 9.05 kilometre long corridor is expected to help commuters from Mehrauli, Greater Kailash, Chhattarpur, Saket etc to avoid jams at NH-8 and NH-2. The decision to undertake the Rs 597-crore project was taken by the urban development ministry, which will also provide the funds for the project, said officials.

“The state public works department (PWD) is undertaking the construction of the double carriageway road from Mehrauli-Gurgaon road to Gurgaon-Faridabad road. The road, called Mandi Road, presently exists as a two-lane road riddled with potholes and is without a central verge. Widening this road will help commuters bypass the congested routes currently available,” said a senior PWD official.

The road will start at Mehrauli-Gurgaon road, go via Gwala Pahari, and terminate at Gurgaon-Faridabad road, proving to be the shortest connect to Faridabad from south Delhi, said officials.”There were some problems with the initial alignment, it has been decided now that the road will bypass Jaunpur village completely, ensuring minimal disturbance to the village. The road will start with 45 metres right of way (ROW), and widen to 60 metres ROW,” added the official.

Consultants, RITES, are conducting the topographic survey, along with soil and material testing and traffic survey.The decision to upgrade this road was taken in a meeting held on August 16 last year by the urban development ministry.”An estimate amounting to Rs 597 crore was forwarded by PWD to Delhi Development Authority on August 29. Of this, land acquisition alone is expected to require Rs 400 crore, while the rest will include civil, electric, horticulture, consultancy work etc,” added the official.

The width of the carriageway on each side is proposed to be 7.5 metres, with an additional service lane of 4.5 metres on each side.

Gurgaon Rapid Metro Misses yet another Deadline

The Gurgaon Rapid Metro has missed yet another deadline. The new deadline has been pushed to June-end as construction of one of the Metro stations is still underway.

The project was slated to be completed by March and later got delayed to May.

The officials of Rapid Metro Railway Gurgaon Ltd (RMRGL) claimed that due to delayed acquisition of land at Sankar Chowk and adjoining areas, the construction of Gateway Tower Metro station is delaying the entire project.

Although the entire stretch of 6.1 km long elevated track has been completed and trail runs are going on regularly, the RMRGL is not inviting department of railway safety. The inspection of entire stretch will be handed over to the department of railway safety only after all the stations and entire stretch will be completed.

“Civil works at all the stations have been completed, except Gateway Tower. We are in the process of obtaining necessary clearances and will begin our service shortly,” said a spokesperson of RMRGL. “We are expecting that the construction of Gateway Tower station would be completed by the end of June,” the spokesperson added.

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Besides that, constructions in highly congest areas such as Sikandarpur and in Cyber City, where vehicular movements are high, also created hurdles in the project.

“The construction work takes place in night to ensure minimum disruption of traffic in the area,” the spokesperson said.

Starting from Sikandarpur Metro station where Rapid Metro will meet Delhi Metro, there are six stations on this stretch.

Meanwhile, the construction of second phase of Rapid Metro between Sikandarpur to Sector 56 will be expected to commence by the end of this month.

The entire stretch will cover 6.5 km. The Phase II project will be completed by end of 2016.

RWA Accused of Barring Old Guards on Premises

Three days after the residents’ welfare association (RWA) of The Close North was handed over the management of 10 towers by the builder, Unitech Limited, on May 15, a controversy has erupted over the issue of the condominium’s security.

Of the total 16 towers, the management of 10 towers was handed over to the RWA.

However, Deepak Arora, security in-charge and hired by Unitech Ltd, has allegedly accused the RWA of improper treatment with his security guards responsible for guarding the remaining six towers, which are yet to be handed over.

“Six of our guards are not allowed inside the condominium and are waiting outside the main gate. They have been sitting there from the last two days. We have failed to convince the RWA members to allow them inside,” alleged Arora.

“We have filed a complaint with the police and will approach the Human Rights Commission,” he added. However, the RWA members refuted the allegations of the builder-backed security in-charge.

“We will not allow their security guards to enter the complex. We don’t want two security agencies to work together inside one condominium,” said Alpana Mohan, general secretary, resident’s welfare association (RWA), The Close North.

“We have nothing against these guards who have been guarding us for years. Our fight is with Unitech and not with the guards,” added Alpana, while referring to the May 11 meeting with Unitech officials.

“In the meeting, we had stated that the entire premise (all 16 towers) will have one security agency. However, the security of the remaining six towers will be managed by the builder. The builders agreed but later backtracked,” said Mohan.

However, The Unitech Ltd refused the RWA’s claim.

“We have not signed any MoU till date,” said a Unitech spokesperson.

Meanwhile, the residents have complained about sudden disruption of lift services, inadequate supply of water and electricity, all of which are under the management of the developers. “The lift has not been functioning since May 15,” alleged RK Singh, a resident.

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