Give layout, allotment number in ads: Noida authority to realtors
The Noida Authority on Thursday announced no construction in rural or urban areas can take place in the city without its approval but didn’t say how it planned to regulate buildings in villages, like the ones that collapsed in Shahberi, in future. It has always been illegal to build in Noida without the Authority’s approval, so it was merely reiterating that.
Noida CEO Alok Tandon said it was mandatory for any developer to get a project’s map approved before starting any construction work.
“Only Noida Authority has the right to acquire the earmarked land for planned development. No builder, developer, organisation or society is authorised to launch any developmental project in the notified land without Authority’s permission. They are also not entitled to float booking of such projects before our nod,” said a letter issued by Tandon.
The CEO advised people to first check the allotment record of a property they were interested in buying as well as whether the developer has got clearances in line with the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (Fourth Amendment) Manual 2016.