Gurugram: No work at site for 1.5 years, buyers seek Expressway Tower’s audit

GURUGRAM: Homebuyers of Expressway Tower have demanded a structural and forensic
audit of the Sector 109 affordable housing project, prompting the department of town and
country planning (DTCP) to call a meeting of the developer and the investors on December 6 to
discuss the issues.
Even when there has been no work at the site for the past one-and-a-half years, the residents
have alleged that the builder has raised a demand and threatened to cancel the units if the
money is not paid.
The project was launched on seven acres of land in 2017 with a four-year deadline. However,
only 60% of the work has been done to date. Currently, no work is going on at the site and most
of the homebuyers have paid almost 90% of the flat cost.

Col Naveen Hooda, representing the homebuyers, said, “Overall, the quality of construction
work is very poor. Moreover, the structure of the buildings has weakened over time. We demand
a structural audit of the buildings as well as forensic audit of money collected from allottees.”
Senior town planner Narendra Solanki also urged the homebuyers to meet the district town
planner (enforcement) for getting the structural audit of the buildings conducted.

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