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Infrastructure panel for Millennium City

To check the crumbling infrastructure in the Millennium City,the stakeholders launched the Real Estate Development-Council,Haryana,on Monday.

To check the crumbling infrastructure in the Millennium City,the stakeholders launched the Real Estate Development-Council (REDCO),Haryana,on Monday.

REDCO-Haryana is an umbrella body of all stakeholders in the housing and construction industry,the state government and the Ministry for Urban Development. Eight government officials,nominated by the body,will also be a part of in its governing council.

Addressing the media,Arun Anand,president of the organisation,said,their mission was to build Gurgaon as a brand. “Every developer has paid his share of external development charges (EDC) to the tune of Rs 3,000 crore to the state bodies in order to ensure proper infrastructure like roads,water,power,and sewage are provided to the consumers. It is time that we understand where all the money is going,” Anand said.

The mission of REDCO-Haryana is to bring Gurgaon in the list of the top 10 cities of the world in the next 10 years.

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The body highlighted that municipal functions and security were of prime importance at this stage. “It is necessary that we have an internal tribunal system,which will have a panel of retired judges. The basic principal is to avoid lengthy trails. However,the modalities have to be worked out. Also,a communication plan between the consumer and the developers has to be built so that it can we can also have self regulation,” Sunil Dahiya,MD,Vigneshwara Developers,said.

First published on: 08-09-2009 at 12:22:25 am
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