This is good news for homebuyers, especially for those who have booked homes in Noida. Reports claimed that to address homebuyers’ concern, the Noida Authority has formed committee to look into their complaints.
Besides, the committee has been assigned the task to carry out inspections in housing complexes to make sure that the facilities promised by builders were being fulfilled.
A senior official of the Noida Authority told IE: “The committee will listen to buyers’ grievances every week. It will then conduct spot checks of the property to see if facilities are being provided. Home buyers can submit their complaints to the planning department. Builder projects will be checked every week. From April 25, the Amrapali project in Sector 45 will be looked into and grievances of these home buyers will be addressed.”
The development has been welcomed by residents in Okhla too. “It is a welcome move and it will help in mounting pressure on the builders who at times have been found to not fulfill their promises. I know a few of my friends who had booked a flat a few years ago to be promised to be handed over in 2015. Even in 2016 they have not been handed the flat causing problems to the buyer,” said a resident on the condition of anonymity.