Gurgaon bans construction in accredited colonies

The Gurgaon administration additionally issued notices to eighty one builders for violating norms.
 
Sept. 12, 2012 - PRLog -- Due to depleting undergroundwater, the district administration here has prohibited all construction in accredited colonies until the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) offers a inexperienced signal to be used of recycled sewage  and treated water.

The Gurgaon administration additionally issued notices to eighty one builders for violating norms.

The ban are in effect until the builders get permission from Huda to use recycled sewage  and treated water.

The money Commissioner and Principal Secretary of city and Country designing S S Dhillon, among Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner P C Meena and Huda administrator Praveen Kumar, created a surprise visit to accredited colonies on the course Extension Road in Gurgaon and located that no construction activity was current in most places.

While concerning the directions of the Punjab and Haryana judicature, Dhillon same over-exploitation of groundwater has resulted within the decline of the formation and, hence, a whole ban has been obligatory on construction works.

Use of water brought in tankers for construction activities has additionally been prohibited since Central spring water Authority has declared Gurgaon district a “notified area”.

Dhillon same builders might acquire treated water from Municipal Corporation sewage  treatment plants at Behrampur and Dhanwapur, once allowable by Huda.

The district administration has implanted twenty five groups to stay a watch on builders.


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