Sunday, August 31, 2008

Township not approved: BDA

Township not approved: BDA

Staff Reporter

Bangalore: The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) has cautioned people against buying sites in the “European Township” being developed by Granity Properties at Boodigere Cross near Old Madras Road as it has not been approved by the BDA.

In an official press release, the BDA said that anyone “who bought property in this unauthorised township would be solely responsible for any problems emerging out of such transactions.”

“It has come to the notice of BDA that a private developer Granity Properties Pvt. Ltd. has advertised through print/electronic media and outdoor publicity that the proposed European Township falls within the local planning area i.e., BDA limits,” the release said.

“As per Section 32 of the BDA Act of 1976 and Section 17 of Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act 1961, it is mandatory to get the layout plan sanctioned by the BDA to form any residential layouts in BDA jurisdiction. In this case, neither the company has submitted any proposals for sanctions nor has the BDA approved the layout,” the release said.

A list of BDA sanctioned layouts has been posted on the www.bdabangalore.org for the benefit of public, the release added.

3 Comments:

At Thursday, September 11, 2008 at 8:07:00 PM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does it mean that the builder has gone into the bad books of BDA?

 
At Sunday, September 21, 2008 at 10:21:00 AM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ofcourse, we had been to BDA office and they were of the opnion that lets see how will they get it sanctioned.

 
At Tuesday, June 16, 2009 at 3:38:00 PM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It turns out this project is a big scam by Granity and Orange properties.

This report published in Bangalore Mirror -
http://www.bangaloremirror.com/index.aspx?Page=article&sectname=News%20-%20City&sectid=10&contentid=2009061420090614105640790a5a65022

" More than 200 investors, most of them techies working in MNCs, have been duped of at least Rs 12 crore by Orange Properties. Investors allege the company cheated them on the pretext of providing them plots under the ‘European Township’ "

 

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