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Builders of Greater Noida projects to get clear land dues


The Greater Noida authority on Friday said builders of 91 of the 95 group housing projects in Greater Noida have submitted applications agreeing to clear land dues, after which they can expedite work on their projects.

The developers want to partly clear the dues and reschedule the remaining over next three months.

The applications have been submitted in response to the last opportunity offered by the Authority to defaulter builders for clearing the land dues.

The Authority is expected to receive Rs 100 crore in land dues in the next three months.

Four developers have not shown any interest in clearing dues.


“I have told my staff to get complete details of the four builders who have not submitted applications to clear their land dues. I will take strict action against these four builders, including cancellation of plot allotment,” said Deepak Agarwal, chief executive officer of the Greater Noida Authority.

These 95 developers together owe Rs 4,500 crore (including interest on default) to the Greater Noida authority that had allotted land for group housing projects in lieu of land cost that is to be paid in installments.

As per the re-scheduling policy, a builder will have to pay 25% of the total pending amount in three months.

“They will pay 10% of this 25% in the next one month. And they can deposit 7.5% each in the subsequent two months,” said Agarwal.

Officials said they builders have been given a chance to clear their dues so that their projects are not delayed and homebuyers do not suffer.


The plots were allotted to builders in 2008-09.