GURUGRAM: Residents of Adani Oyster Grande in Sector 102 on Sunday staged a protest against the developer, who they alleged, is refusing to hand over the society’s maintenance to the elected RWA.
Launched in 2012, the society that houses over 750 flats got the occupancy certificate in 2018. The RWA was elected in October last year and since then they have been demanding handover of the maintenance to the residents’ association.
They alleged that the developer is negligent about upkeep and safety standards in society. They also said roads, parks and common areas are not being maintained properly, while the sewage treatment plant is not working properly. Residents alleged that the developer is refusing to pay Rs 30 crore, which he collected from residents as IFMS (interest fee maintenance security) fund.
Spokesperson for Oyster Grande refuted residents’ allegations and called them baseless .
“Maintenance of the society is looked after by internationally reputed property consultants and no such complaint have been received. It is wrong to say that Rs 30 crore won’t be returned because it has been clarified that the promoters will hand over only once the completion certificate is obtained from the authority.”
Published On Apr 17, 2023 at 08:56 AM IST
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