Unplanned growth and lack of property infrastructure development in the area causes problems for local residents. They complain that both the civic authorities and developers have ignored infrastructure development. First the group housing societies came up, then habitation increased sharply, and only then work on roads and sewerage started. Most residents have shifted from either Chandigarh or Panchkula. They are used to good infrastructure. So, there is a gap between what residents expect and what they get. Infrastructure and amenities within group housing apartment projects are relatively quality. Also, the results of the unplanned growth in the area are all too obvious for new buyers to ignore. The residents’ problems have only multiplied in recent years as the local population increases in both the urban and rural areas. So, more and more end-users are now opting out of the area even though prices are relatively low.
For the investor, the initial promise of high returns has not been fulfilled. Though, in early years of its development