New Delhi, January 10 (IAS): The Federation of Real Estate Developers Federation of India NCR has called for the government’s attention to the frequent disruption of construction activities due to the implementation of GRAP-III in the NCR region as pollution levels have become “severe”.
“We, on behalf of our member developers, would like to inform you of specific concerns such as the loss of tens of billions of rupees in national wealth, unemployment and delays in ownership of non-defective home buyers from apartments. I think,” he said in a communication. Federal Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav.
CREDAI said construction and demolition activities have already been banned for 29 days. However, once construction activities are suspended, it will take 15 to 30 days or more to resume full-scale operations. It is no exaggeration to say that
“Another school of thought and certain experts estimate that a one-week ‘construction ban’ would affect ‘construction sites’ for more than a month, costing real estate companies, workers, vendors, ancillary industries and government revenues. It will result in huge losses,” it said. Said.
It proposes that RERA registered projects should be considered public interest projects because they involve the benefit of the general public (homebuyers) and strictly follow government guidelines to minimize pollution.
“Completing these RERA registration projects within a certain timeframe is mandatory as it entails heavy penalties, and at a later stage, RERA authorities may require additional time while granting time extensions or giving interest to buyers. It can even be a headache for them,” he said.
According to CREDAI-NCR President Manoj Gaur’s correspondence, some experts have verbally stated that construction has been effectively banned from the last 2.5 months, but pollution/AQI levels are still very high. Worse, it proves itself construction activities (excluding demolition, excavation and drying of stone). amputation, etc.) does not cause contamination or an increase in his AQI.
“Thank you very much, please cross-check this point with your government experts as well. Exclude me.”
Signature Global co-founder and vice chairman Lalit Aggarwal said: “We hope the government will provide some flexibility in the RERA deadlines or allow activities that do not cause pollution, such as painting, plumbing and wiring. There is