GURUGRAM: Before five months ago, MCG prepared estimates or reports to complete deficient infrastructure in four of the eight private colonies in Gurugram. After the forecast, the reports will be sent to the state government for final approval.
As per the Officials, the highest estimate is for Vipul World. It required a total amount of Rs 8.22 crore to complete deficient infrastructural work such as water, sewer network, and road laying.
The estimated cost to complete inadequate infrastructure in Malibu Towne is approx. Rs 8 crore consists of repairing roads, upgrade of sewer lines and water, recarpeting etc. As per the survey, the estimated cost for Rosewood City is approx. Rs 1.18 crore, which will be spent on the colony’s recarpeting and sewer treatment. Also, a few tenders for the project have already been bid on. An estimate of Rs 90 lakh has been estimated for Uppal South end, to recarpeting of roads.
MCG official said
A senior MCG official said we had made new estimates and reports to complete the deficient infrastructure of some colonies in Gurugram, and it has been taken over.
He also added we had made reports and new estimates for the deficient infrastructure based on requirements in these colonies. If the forecast approves the colonies, the tender process will be issued to finish the construction work. Soon we will start the work.
MCG (Municipal corporation Gurugram) has taken over four other private colonies, including Greenwood City, Sushant Lok phase 2 and phase 3 and Ardee City.
Department of Town and Country Planning
Despite many clearances from DTCP (department of town and country planning), the takeover of Mayfield Gardens is still pending.
On May 9, an order was issued by the department of town and country planning (DTCP); the estimated cost to complete deficient infrastructure is Rs 8.9 crore for Vipul World, Rs 4.5 crore for Rosewood City, Rs 3.6 crore for Uppal Southend and Rs 14.7 crore for Malibu Town. However, the MCG prepared new estimates based on a further study.
Colony’s Residents Met CM Manohar Lal Khattar
On Monday, the colony’s residents met CM Manohar Lal Khattar, who was in Gurgaon and raised the issue of delays in completing short infrastructural work in the colonies.
Gauri Sarin, the convener of Making Model Gurugram, a citizens’ group, said if the execution of project reports is not applied, then how can we expect architecture upgrades in colonies?
Various issues and problems related to sewer lines, water and roads are in bad shape and condition. Also, the Residents had very high expectations from MCG after the takeover of the problems, but the complete process has been slowed down. On Monday, we raised the issue with the deputy commissioner and CM.