Project as per approved plans, says Jaypee
When HT Estates first published a report on the changed plans of the Jaypee Kristal Court project, on May 23, 2015, the response from Jaypee was: In order to have clarity in this regard please note that the development in Noida by Jaypee Group is divided into various sub-projects. It includes residential, commercial, institutional and recreational development as per the layout plan approved by Noida Authority. The development as per the layout plan is being carried out in a phased manner since the year 2008 as per the NOIDA Building Regulations. The various group housing clusters/pockets are given names primarily for identification purposes.
Jaypee has been given the right to develop the properties on its own or through any other person under arrangements con- sidered most appropriate for the said purpose. The arrangement with Mahagun is in line with the said right of Jaypee.
Jaypee Greens Wish Town Project is continuing as per the layout plans approved by NOIDA Authority from time to time. The four tower of Kristal Court Subproject are under construction. You may note the following in this regard.
“We may also mention here that one buyer along with the joint allottee in Kristal Court had filed a Writ Petition in the Hon’ble High Court of Allahabad on 27th April 2015 alleging certain incorrect facts. The Hon’ble Court after examining did not find any merit in this petition and dismissed the writ petition in the first hearing itself vide its order dated 30.04.2015.”
Commenting on this, Aviral Bhatla said, “On one hand the builder says that Jaypee Greens Wish Town Project is continuing as per the layout plans approved by NOIDA Authority from time to time and the four tower of Kristal Court Sub-project are under construction. However, when the Kristal Court project was sold in 2011-12, it was projected as having 11 towers on both sides of the golf course. Where have the rest of the towers gone? This shows that the plan has been amended without taking the consent of allottees.”