Demolition Starts at Chintels Paradiso, Residents Seek Rent


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    The demolition of five towers at the Chintels Paradiso housing complex in Gurugram has commenced, conducted by Edifice Engineering. These towers, designated as D, E, F, G, and H, will be dismantled using mechanical demolition techniques.

    As the demolition progresses, flat owners have petitioned the deputy commissioner to instruct the builder to provide rent for alternative accommodation to residents opting for reconstruction at the same site.

    Mayur Mehta from Edifice Engineering confirmed the initiation of demolition activities. Unlike controlled implosion, these towers will be manually and mechanically demolished. The timeline for completion is estimated at eight months.

    After consultation, mechanical and manual demolition was chosen due to the proximity of other residential buildings and the presence of residents in the remaining towers.

    Currently, approximately 225 families reside in towers A, B, C, and J, while the agency proceeds with interior dismantling of the towers scheduled for demolition.

    Residents demand rental compensation as per Supreme Court directives, and the RWA has reached out to the deputy commissioner for assistance. The DC has assured cooperation on the matter.

    Rakesh Hooda, president of the RWA Chintels Paradiso, highlighted the Supreme Court’s January ruling, stating that “the builder must pay suitable rent to affected buyers during reconstruction until project completion.”

    “Any new building can be constructed here after the demolition of unsafe towers, which has already begun so it is the part of reconstruction of the project. Hence, as per the Supreme Court directions, the developer should pay the rent to affected homebuyers. We have written a letter to the deputy commissioner (DC) Gurugram and requested him to fix the rate of reasonable rent and instruct the builder for the payment of rent,” he said.

    Hooda added that the DC has assured the residents of his full cooperation on the issue.

    (Source: Moneycontrol)

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