NBCC seeks administrator's approval to demolish 'unsafe' Ggm condo.


The National Buildings Construction Corporation Limited (NBCC) has sought permission from the Gurugram district administration to demolish seven towers in Sector 37D of the agency's Greenview condominium complex – the towers were deemed “unsafe for habitation” by the district administration. “About two years after the declaration. Following structural audit report submitted by IIT Roorkee and Central Building Research Institute.

NBCC seeks administrator's approval to demolish 'unsafe' Ggm condo.

In a letter dated June 25 to the deputy commissioner of Gurugram, Nishant Yadav, head of real estate division of NBCC, said that as per the order issued by the District Magistrate-cum-Chairperson of the District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on February 17, 2022, It has been highlighted that the lives and property of the residents of the society (NBCC Green View) were at serious risk due to structural problems within the premises.

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“We request your approval… to facilitate demolition of towers/buildings to mitigate further hazards posed by unstable structures. We assure you that adjoining plot owners/societies All necessary precautions shall be taken to minimize any inconvenience and to ensure safe and orderly demolition.

Yadav said the administration would “examine the matter in detail and take a decision accordingly.”

An NBCC spokesperson said the agency will take steps to ensure relief to homeowners.

“We understand the concerns of the affected house owners and want to assure that NBCC has taken several steps to address these issues. Following the NCDRC's March 5 decision… NBCC has sent compliance letters to all allottees. Issued except to those who have accepted the settlement… NBCC is starting refunds to those who have opted for it and paying rent to those who have opted for reconstruction. ” said the spokesman.

The NBCC Green Wave project was launched in 2010 and possession was given in 2017. The condominium has 784 apartments in seven towers apart from 139 EWS flats. A house owner said that out of 784 flats, 255 have been sold.

“We got compensation and rent only when the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission issued directions in March 2024. NBCC started paying rent to owners who opted for reconstruction in April this year. 15 per sq ft which is very low. Many owners also opted for compensation – deciding to pay the total amount paid to the company at 9% interest plus additional payments. 10 lakh exemplary loss. It is also quite low,” he said, requesting anonymity.

The person also said that majority of the flats were owned by senior citizens who, despite suffering losses, preferred compensation as they did not know when the flats would be rebuilt.

The district administration implemented the National Disaster Management Act 2005 on 17 February 2022 and declared NBCC Greenview Condominium unsafe for residents. The Deputy Commissioner also directed that the complex be vacated 15 days after the date of the order (February 17) which was March 3.

Greenview will be the second residential complex after Chantals Paradiso to be demolished due to structural issues in the city. Demolition is currently underway at Chantalus Paradiso in Sector 109 and is being carried out by a Noida-based firm.

The NBCC letter also stated that the sampling of the Green Wave complex is being done under the supervision of IIT Bombay.

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