Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Ashiana Palm Court Residents Association

Meeting TO be done asap.

35 comments:

  1. First of all BE UNITED and Keep ringing Ashiana until they clarifies the whole situation and give us a final commitment.

    Don't decide dates of meeting by yourself.
    Go To Ashiana and get a date from them within a month.


    All of you are requested to call Ashiana and take a date from them of meeting asap. In case of not a good response, we will wait till end of october. After then we will go to ashiana office or take some legal step.


    In case they gives u any date for meeting within a month, please post that on blog. We will try to assemble on that date at the venue. Moreover force them to give meeting dates only on weekends/public holidays


    We should register our association as soon as possible.

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  2. Please give ur mobile number Mr. Chauhan

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  3. Details available so far. Anyone missing can update on blog and also give ur mobile numbers asap. In case of registering an association, we may need to call you.

    Apuri
    Ajay 9871393960
    APC
    Ankush Sharma
    Anjana Malik
    Abhinav P1-405
    Amit Saxena 9212105700 P4 422
    Anand P2 A - 409
    Alok Barnwal
    Bhanu Praksah
    Bhanu dabral P3 116.
    Col Arvind Mathur P1-705 9810511529
    Deepak P2 A311
    Dheeraj Rajpal 9930063668
    Edward Thompson 9312945554
    Gaurav 9873179790 P1 Flat No 304
    Indrajit Sen
    Manmeet Singh Ground floorP1 919899171252
    Nitin 9717398310 p4 519
    Parag Sarin P4 4th floor
    Pankaj Chamoli 9873913635
    Rrishikesh
    Rohit Walia P1 302
    Rohit Das P2 A-212
    Richa Ghosh
    Radhika Sachdev
    Dr. Rahul Dass P2 A-412
    Dr. Zafar A. Zaidi P2 - 608
    Rahul p1 9th floor
    Ramu 09313229091
    Rishu Anand P3 816
    Sunit Yadav 919818308015 P4
    Sumit Minocha P2 A909 09350531017
    Sanjay Aggarwal P4 Flat no-321
    Shivendra S Chauhan P2911 and 912 9971900424
    S Ganesh Kumar +9997299921 P4 A-924
    Shashank Gupta
    Vikrant Verma 9310311179
    VN Gupta P3
    Vikram Bhatia P4 622

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  4. Hi , this is the first time I'm checking this and a bit confused. Can anyone let me know what is the issue here please ..

    Sanjeev Sharma ( P 1 - 306) Mob # 9990055560

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  5. Hello All,
    Still not very call As Mr SDM has mentioned please call Ashiana,Why every Individual should call then rather we should decide dates and tell them that we are coming.

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  6. There is no meeting now on 15 august.

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  7. Ghaziabad, is very strategically located, in terms of two National Highway passing through it, i.e., NH-91- the G.T. Road and NH-58 - the Meerut Road

    Invariably, the traffic density on these roads is very high which necessitated the planning and creation of a mini, Six Lane Expressway which will link NH-91 to NH-58, bypassing the high traffic density Ghaziabad area.

    This, coupled with the New Master Plan, which envisaged a new residential zone, GDA opened a new vista to Private Developers for conceptualization and creation of well planned, state of art Group Housing Complexes and Town ships for the quality conscious.

    The biggest and best USP of this area is an adjoining perpetual green and unpolluted atmosphere which will remain so by virtue of the fact that an area of approximately 500 acres along with the River Hindon, has been declared as a Green belt by Ghaziabad Development Authority, which bans any construction in this area.

    This area is in vicinity of posh localities of Ghaziabad like Raj Nagar, Kavi Nagar etc., located centrally yet buffered from the hustle and bustle of busy Ghaziabad.

    Very apply the area has been christened as RAJ NAGAR EXTN.

    Hence, the location offers an ideal and serene setting for a pollution free peaceful living in a well planned locale with excellent connectivity to areas like Delhi- by proposed metro link Noida and Greater Noida - by way of the proposed express ways.
    Further, the proposed Flyover and road from Hindon Airbase will offer express connectivity to Delhi via Wazirabad.

    As per the latest policy development, the proposed Delhi – Haridwar highway will also pass through Raj Nagar Extn., further enhancing the connectivity of the area.

    As formulated by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, a Girls Hostel, a Vocational college and a Training Institute has also been announced in vicinity of Raj Nagar Extn., work on which has already started, which would future accelerate the development of the area.

    To sum it up, Raj Nagar Extn., will have multi connectivity from Delhi and near by areas by way of proposed expressway, flyover and metrolink.

    With Real Estate at Noida, Greater Noida and Indirapuram and surrounding locations quoting premium pricing, this location offers an opportunity for entry at an “ in reach pricing” with excellent future scope of capital appreciation and a well planned location with an excellent connectivity and a huge green buffer.

    To complement the above, GDA is Planning and Executing Major Infrastructure development in Ghaziabad namely construction of 17 New flyovers for signal free travel, Metro Link from Delhi, 6/8 Lane Expressways for faster connectivity, Augmentation of water supply by 50 Cusecs to mitigate water shortage and a Proposed 10,000 MW power generation project at Dadri to provide Uninterrupted Power supply.

    GDA authorities say plans for 2008 include creating a land bank in excess of 2000 acres to meet requirements of accommodation as well as development of IT hub encompassing proposed SEZ’s in area of 1284 Acres, an Institutional Area in an area of 141 Acres.

    To ensure a holistic development of the area, plans an also on the anvil to develop a sports complex of International standards in about 434 acres and a Golf Course confirming to International Standards in an area of 245 acres.

    In a nutshell, an Excellent opportunity at the right time, right location and right price.

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  8. 30th August Meeting
    Anshul
    Sumit
    Shivendra
    Rajkumar
    Rupeshkrai
    Rest people please join us

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  9. Hi everyone. My name is Madhavan Srivatsan and have been alloted a flat in Tower P-5, A-627. Was earlier following the blog, but lost track in between as had to travel a lot in the past.

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  10. Sunday, September 6, 2009



    Insist on deadline in building contract


    Pushpa Girimaji


    Whenever you enter into a contract with a state-run land development authority, or a private builder to buy a house or a flat, check if there is a deadline for completion of the project and handing over possession. If there is no such time stipulation, write to the builder, drawing his attention to it, and persuade him to set a time limit. If there is a delay beyond this period in completing the construction or handing over possession, say so in writing. If you want to seek compensation for the delay, do so at the earliest. Or else, you may well lose your right to seek damages.

    Take the case of Ashok Khanna vs Ghaziabad Development Authority, decided by the apex court recently. Here, the consumer applied for a flat in 1988, paid the registration fee of Rs 60,000, and subsequently, the entire amount of Rs 5,40,000 as per the schedule fixed by the GDA. According to the customer, the GDA promised in its brochure that possession would be given in 1990, but it was done only by the end of 1993, after collecting an additional charge of Rs 57,000 towards escalation of costs.

    The client paid the amount, took possession, and then in 1995, filed a complaint before the court, seeking damages for delayed delivery of the flat. While the district consumer disputes redressal forum awarded compensation, the state consumer disputes redressal commission held that the customer was not entitled to any relief as he had taken possession of the flat without raising any objection about the delay.

    In his revision petition before the national consumer disputes redressal commission, the client argued that the GDA was guilty of deficient service for not giving possession within the stipulated period of two years. The GDA, on the other hand, argued that the brochure only said that the construction shall be completed within two years from the date of reservation of the flat. No definite period was prescribed for delivery of possession.

    While deciding the case, the national commission referred to the order of the Supreme Court in the case of Bangalore Development Authority vs Syndicate Bank (2007 CTJ 689 (Supreme Court, CP) wherein the apex court had said: "Where no time is stipulated for performance of the contract (that is for delivery), or where time is not the essence of the contract, and the buyer does not issue a notice making time the essence by fixing a reasonable time for performance, if the buyer, instead of rescinding the contract on the ground of non-performance, accepts the belated performance in terms of the contract, there is no question of any breach or payment of damages under the general law governing contracts."

    The national commission then referred to clause 16 of the brochure of the GDA, which, under "Time of completion of apartments," said: "The apartments are expected to be completed within two years from the date of reservation." On the basis of this, the national commission held that time was not the essence of the contract here. To the question on whether there was negligence on the part of GDA in handing over possession, the national commission pointed out that (a) the brochure did not mention any specific date of delivery of possession of the flats; (b) no agreement was entered into between the parties stipulating any time for performance or delivery of flats; (c) the consumer did not rescind the contract on the ground of non-performance.

    He accepted the delayed performance in terms of the contract; (d) at the time of delivery, the client paid the additional amount without any protest. Nor did he make an issue of the delay; and (e) he took possession in 1993, but filed the case only in 1995, which showed that at the time of delivery, the customer was satisfied, but later changed his mind and filed a complaint.

    On these grounds, the commission said the buyer was not entitled to any compensation (RP NO 2002 of 2005, decided on August 18, 2009).

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  11. I shall again suggest that all of us should meet on 12th Sep 09 as now the possession date is June 09 as per the printed booklet.

    It is high time now......

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  12. We all have decided to meet together on 13th Sep 09 at 11.00 am. Kindly come for the meeting.

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  13. All of future residents are requested to meet at site on 13.9.2009 preferably at 1100 am alongwith their respective agenda.

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  14. Hello All,

    I am Namish Saxena (9891290680). I have booked a flat P3-016.

    I am an IT consultant by profession and currently putting up in Rajnagar.

    After reading all your comments and thoughts following is my view:-
    - I would like to suggest to everyone to be on same page while talking/posting anything.
    - I am not sure what is the issue people are trying to post and then resolve. Just by seeing/ hearing the information somewhere doesnt help all of us at all.
    - We all soon be a family so I request all of you to work and proceed in a united fashion.
    - Starting this blog is a very good idea but from my perspective we are not utilizing this properly to its full potential.
    - Moreover we are trying to collect the information (phone, email etc) about all of us but again that is not a proper way to do so.

    I kindly request all the residents of the Ashiana palm court to do the following if everyone agrees:-

    1. PEOPLE SHOULD SEND THEIR VALID EMAIL-ID & PHONE NO TO ONE PERSON WHO COLLATES ALL SUCH INFORMATION AND THEN DISTRIBUTES THE SAME.
    2. PEOPLE SHOULD SEND ALL THE CONFUSIONS/QUERIES/CONCERNS/DOUBTS/FEARS/UNCERTAINITY/ISSUES TO ONE PERSON WHICH THEN BE COLLATED AND ADDRESSED.
    3. PEOPLE SHOULD AVOID POSTING ANY POST AS "ANONYMOUS" AS THIS LEADS TO CONFUSION
    4. PEOPLE SHOULD ALWAYS SIGN THEIR POST WITH NAME & FLAT NO.

    As i am requesting everyone so i can take the ownwer ship of collating all the details and publish the same. Once I will have the email id I will form a email group and we will share all the critical information there as this blog is public and accessible to everyone.

    We will keep the blog the blog as new members would be able to find us.

    if all you agrees then please do send me the requested details to my email address namishsaxena@gmail.com. Once the details are collected I will send an online survery to everyone which would help all of us in identifying that we are moving in right direction or not.

    Kind Regards,
    Namish Saxena
    P3-016

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  15. Hello All,

    As promised I have created a google group for all us (http://groups.google.com/group/ashiana-plam-court-residents). Now you just need to send me your requested information so that i can send you the invite. The beauty of this is that it would not be accesible to public which means that we can focus on what we want.

    Kind Regards,
    Namish
    P3-016

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  16. We are surely meeting on 13th Sep 09 at 11.00 am at APC site.

    Gaurav Taneja
    9873179790
    P1 - 304

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  17. Hi

    I am manish Pandey booked flat no 1029.
    There are few comments which are not matching with ashiana committment.

    1.when i booked the flat they told me they had the approval till 11th floor and selling till 10th floor only but planned till 14th floor and waiting for approval, even their site model at sales office was 14th storie.

    2. when i booked the appartment, tower P1 AND P2 WAS SCHDULED IN DEC.09, TOWER P3 MARCH 10 and P4 AND P5 june 2010. AS PAR THE PRICE LIST.
    NOW THEY HAVE EXTENT THE POSSESETION TIME.
    I have enquired abt the this extent possesision time,they told me, to make smooth possession process to old allotees they have increase the possession time for new buyers only ,this is not applicabl;e for old allottees. If this is true then i don't find any problum.
    But yes Tower P1 and P2 is deleyd by 3 month because they are planning to deliver in march 10.

    As par my knowledge Ashiana has very good reputation in the market so i hope for the best.i frequently visit the site pace of construction is fine.

    Considering the fact MAJOR BUILDER CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES WAS DEAD IN THE NCR REGION AT LEAST FOR 6 MONTH IN 2008 BUT ASHIANA NEVER STOP THE CONSTRUCTION.
    IF I GOT THE POSSESSION WITH IN THE TIME FRAME OF 3 MONTH DELEY I FEEL RELAX AND DELIGHT.

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  18. I have just joined the group. Do we have the minutes of the meeting of Aug 15th put up somewhere so that members who were unable to attend can also view the same?

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  19. Hello All,
    Thanks to all the people who joined yesterday for the meeting.(13th Sep 2009)
    The meeting was very useful and we discussed most of the issues we have had.
    I have updated the issue list in the new blog with the responses we got from Ashiana Management person. Kindly have a look on the same.

    Those who have not joined yet kindly joined the same and update the details. Below is the link for the same.
    http://groups.google.com/group/ashiana-palm-court-resident

    Kind Regards,
    Namish
    9891290680
    P3-016

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  20. Hype versus reality
    Post CommentLarger | Smaller Praveen K Singh

    Gyanendra Kumar, a non-resident Indian (NRI), booked a builder floor in Indirapuram, a suburb just beyond the eastern limit of the capital city. Having savoured the advantages of the tube abroad, one of Kumar’s criteria at the time of buying the apartment in India was that it must be located in an area that has, or will soon get, Metro connectivity. The developer of the apartment complex in which he finally bought a flat assured Kumar that the Delhi Metro is being extended and will reach Indirapuram soon. However, the reality is that no expansion plan exists at present for extending the Metro route beyond the places specified in the Delhi Metro Master Plan 2021. Contrary to builders’ claims, no plan to extend the Metro beyond Vaishali in east Delhi, or Sector 32 in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, Badarpur in south Delhi and Mundka in West Delhi exists at present.


    When contacted M Ramchandran, Secretary, Ministry of Urban Development told The Indian Express that no proposal for extending the Metro beyond Vaishali or Sector 32, Noida, exists. “No such proposal is pending with us,” he said. The Urban Development Ministry, which is the apex body that approves Metro corridors, has not received a formal proposal from the Uttar Pradesh government for extending the Metro beyond Vaishali in Ghaziabad, or the Yamuna Bank-Noida corridor beyond Sector 32.


    Recently, the Minister of State for Urban Development Saugata Roy told Parliament: “There is no proposal from the UP government to extend the Metro line up to the CISF complex on NH-24 in Indirapuram.”


    AUTHORITIES TO BLAME TOO


    If builders are to blame, then so are some of the land development authorities in the neighbouring states, such as Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) and Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), who have lent credence to these claims. It is true that these authorities have, in the past, proposed to the central government that the Delhi Metro be extended to areas under their jurisdiction. Both GDA and HUDA have prematurely put out maps that display the extended routes, when in reality these have not received the approval of the Urban Development Ministry. As Saxena says: “These proposals are either pending or have been rejected outright by the Urban Development Ministry.”


    If you want correct information on the routes that have been approved, the map to look up is the Delhi Metro Master Plan 2021. Developers too need to make the all-important distinction between a mere proposal and an approved project. “They need to mention clearly that these are mere proposals instead of promoting their areas as if they have already been marked for Metro connectivity,” says Santhosh kumar, CEO – operations, Jones Lang Lasaale Meghraj.


    BUYERS TAKEN FOR A RIDE


    Meanwhile, touting the advantage of Metro connectivity on the basis of these very tenuous proposals, developers, especially in the eastern suburbs of Delhi, have sold thousands of flats. Clearly buyers need to cross-check instead of swallowing developers’ claims hook, line and sinker. Says Nitin Saxena of All India Consumer Right Education society: “Homebuyers need to beware of private developers who claim that their projects lie on or close to the Metro rail link. These developers are misleading buyers to boost their sales by claiming that the Metro will reach their doorstep by the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Many of these Metro projects have not even received sanction, leave alone being close to completion.”


    By advertising that their projects are situated close to the Metro link, many developers have managed to get a good response to their projects. “Such projects attract a large number of investors. They believe that with the Metro link the prices of these apartments will rise, and hence investing in them will be a very profitable venture,” says Vineet Singh of 99acres.com.


    Mohit Arora, director of Supertech Builders, believes that booking apartments based on the proposed maps is not unethical.

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  21. will Any body explain what is going on here? I also have one flat in Ashiana Palm Court.
    Prashant Maheshwari
    9968313479

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  22. All are requsted to go on this link http://www.ashianaupvan.com/Files/Letters/20100305-AURWA%20Letter%20to%20GDA%20for%20Stores-v1.0.pdf

    It may happen with us also.

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  23. Hi All,

    Great to meet the future residents of APC(Ashiana Palm Court).

    Please add me to your list:

    Ashesh Bharadwaj
    P3 - 613
    9811475406

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  24. Hi All,

    I am ready for the meeting on any weekend. Please share the date and time and i will be there.

    Ravi Kumar
    P4 919
    9212100471

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  25. Hi All,

    First of all many many Congratulations …!!! 2 all gr8 Indians.
    for the Historical Victory of Indian Cricket Team.

    I'm looking for a flat in APC, Please let me know if any one is interested.

    Here are my details for contact:
    Mob: 9818256890
    E-Mail: ParmarNitin@GMail.Com


    Thanks & Regards,
    Nitin Parmar
    9818256890

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  26. another builder (sree energy)/(classic residency) has started giving possession

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  27. it is expected that quantum residency, Signature Home,MCC developers(1st ph.),SVP,kdp(1st ph) will give possession soon. SG has started to issue possession letter.

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  28. Hi...This is Sandeep Kumar
    I am from P5-1028
    I have created a group of palm court on facebook.....
    all of you can join that group and give your recent updates regarding the society development on that page.... I am providing the link below...

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_214716088561272

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