Breather For Homebuyers As Town Planner Revokes Ban On Registries In Sushant Lok, ET RealEstate

October 3, 2023

GURUGRAM: Bringing relief to hundreds of homeowners and prospective buyers of Ansal properties, the department of town and country planning (DTCP) has lifted the ban on conveyance deeds in Sushant Lok 2 and 3.

Owners of builder floors have been facing a harrowing time as they were unable to sell or purchase properties after the department imposed a ban on execution of registrations in the area last year.

On May 25, 2022, DTCP had banned the conveyance, registry and lease deed registration of Ansal’s properties as the developer did not renew the licence.

Property owners, who had invested since 1990, said they couldn’t get conveyance deeds during this period.

Members of the Gurugram Resident Forum met director general of town planning TL Satyaprakash a few months ago and submitted a memorandum demanding removal of the ban on registration.

Rajan Sinha, a property owner, said on Monday, “Due to the department’s ban, allottees were not able to get the conveyance deed done for their old floors from the builder nor were they able to sell them.”

According to the orders issued by the district town planner, the stay on conveyance deed will remain applicable in respect of properties in the name of the builder. However there will be no restriction on the conveyance deed executed by the builder in the name of the allottee so that the allottees do not face a problem.

District town planner (DTP-headquarters) Narendra Kumar wrote to tehsildars and sub-registrars regarding execution of conveyance deed by implementing the order. Regarding this problem, the association members met Satyaprakash, director general of town planning, and requested him to remove the ban on conveyance deeds as soon as possible.

“Satyaprakash has given relief by taking a positive decision in favour of allottees,” said Joginder Singh, convener of Gurugram residents forum.

Ansal Buildwell, a DTCP official said on Monday, was granted the licence to develop Sushant Lok 2 residential colony over 293 acres of area. The licence expired in 2019.

According to the norms, the application to renew a licence has to be submitted a month before it expires, a procedure the company failed to do.

“It was after this that the department ordered that all development work in the area must stop. Also, the colony’s premises will be sealed and boards will be installed to inform the public that they should not sell or buy the properties in the colony owing to non-renewal of the licence,” the official added.

  • Published On Oct 3, 2023 at 08:53 AM IST

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